Concerns during the COVID-19 Crisis
International Student and Scholar Services, like all Colorado State University, has moved to virtual operation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During these changing and challenging environments, we want our international students to know we are here to continue to assist and support you in any way possible. We have heard from many of you regarding concerns you have ranging from mental health, family, physical health, finances, academics, housing, and immigration.
To provide assistance, the following is a list of resources you may consider to help address your concerns.
If you are feeling stressed or lonely, speaking with a counselor from the Health Network could provide needed and helpful support. To schedule a telephone appointment, please refer to their website above.
Online resources to deal with depression, anxiety, stress, sleep and resilience
Innovative digital tools to promote self- reflection, allowing students to be more proactive with their health and well-being
Questions concerning CSU health insurance coverage
Many have question concerning financial aid and student employment
Questions concerning CSU Housing and Dining
- Rams Against Hunger and ASCSU continue to offer two Pocket Pantry food distribution locations:
- Lory Student Center- Level 200 – ASCSU Plaza-side entrance – Please “swipe” your CSU ID to enter the Pocket Pantry doors
- University Housing – Aggie Village Family Apartments – Aggie Village Family Center – 501 West Prospect St, Building 24
- Hunger Free Colorado’s COVID 19 response site
- The United Way of Larimer County
- Aunt Bertha
Resources for crisis situations, public assistance, community resources, and classroom absences through Student Case Management
Graduate students resources regarding policy changes, form submission, remote defense and scheduling, teaching and research resources, virtual chats and mentoring
Guidelines for Research
Library resources related to technology and online resources
Consult Student Affairs for a variety of campus resources for guidance and support with day-to-day needs
For legal assistance and questions concerning leases, contact Student Legal Services
If you experience any incidents of bias or harassment, use the Bias Reporting form