Frequently Asked Questions
What public health guidelines do I need to follow while on campus?
See this page on CSU’s COVID-19 website for information about CSU’s vaccine and mask mandates including a table of information regarding public health guidelines for various activities in the upcoming months. If you experience any symptoms, students, faculty, and staff are required to fill out the University’s COVID-19 Reporter immediately. Remember: Rams Take Care, Rams Take Action!
Where do I find information about fall semester?
CSU plans in-person classes and activities for the fall semester. See this page on CSU’s COVID-19 website for a table of information regarding public health guidelines and planning for fall. There is also an extensive FAQ on the COVID website with many answers to the questions about Fall 2021 semester.
How do I schedule a saliva screening?
Guidelines for required saliva screening and how to register and make an appointment are on CSU’s Covid-19 website.
Where can I get information on the COVID-19 vaccine?
For the latest information on COVID-19 vaccines, CSU’s vaccine mandate for fall, how to upload proof of vaccine, and where to find a vaccine, see CSU’s COVID-19 vaccination page.
Where do I find general College IT resources?
The College of Health and Human Sciences COVID-19 IT Resources page has information for students.
I’m having trouble connecting to the internet, what do I do?
What if I don’t have a computer to access course content?
The CSU Libraries has information on their COVID-19 resources page including how to check out loaner laptops.
I’m having trouble accessing my course in Canvas, what do I do?
What if I need access to special software only available in the computer labs?
All students in CHHS have the ability to remotely log in to computers in the Gifford 317, Preconstruction Center 200 and 201, and Richardson Design Center 104 computer labs. The computers will be available 24/7 and accessible from a Windows or Mac computer with a current operating system and internet connection. The CSU Pulse Secure VPN client must be installed and connected before accessing a computer.
Remote access to these computer labs will continue in the fall semester. The labs will also be physically open with limited seating. Please visit the Student Computer Labs webpage for updates.
How do I stay connected with my professors and peers?
Microsoft Teams is a full-featured collaboration and communication platform that is available to all CSU faculty, staff, and students. Teams can be used for communicating with your peers and others at the university through instant messaging, audio calls, video conferencing, file sharing, and other collaborative activities. Please see Microsoft Teams – for Students for more information.
How do I receive disability accommodations for learning?
If you are in need of an accommodation for your courses, please reach out to the Student Disability Center for support. You may set up an appointment to meet with an accommodation specialist. SDC’s FAQ page has up-to-date information on how they’re managing accommodations. If you experience any barriers to accessing technology or learning online, please reach out to the Assistive Technology Resource Center for assistance.
What if I need to speak with my adviser?
Our academic advisers our available and continuing to serve you. Please check your email and the advising webpages on your academic unit’s website to learn how to set up advising appointments. Most appointments will continue to be remote.
How can I schedule an appointment with a career counselor?
The College of Health and Human Sciences Career Development Manager will continue to provide career counseling support and services to you remotely including assistance with a resume, cover letter and personal statement writing; job/internship searching; graduate school exploration and application; career exploration, and more. Please go to our Career Services webpage to make an appointment.
Where do I find information if I am a graduate student?
Reach out to your adviser with questions first. The Graduate School is also posting regular updates on degree progression, remote defenses, and other topics of concern. Please see the Vice President for Research Office Keep Researching webpage for more information on the impact of COVID-19 on research programs at CSU.
Where do I find the latest updates from the University?
For continuing updates about COVID-19, please visit the CSU COVID-19 website for University communications. It is important that you check your @colostate email and University sources for the most up-to-date information.
Where do I report a bias incident?
Where can I find counseling support?
What is the plan for fall commencement?
CSU is planning in-person ceremonies for Fall 2021. More information is posted on the College of Health and Human Sciences commencement website. Also check the CSU Commencement website for updates.