University response information regarding COVID-19
Information about the university’s response to COVID-19can be found at this link.
Information about the university’s response to COVID-19can be found at this link.
The Colorado Department of Health and Environment just issued an alert advising all visitors in the past week and residents of Eagle, Summit, Pitkin, and Gunnison counties in Colorado to self-isolate and avoid as much contact with others as possible. Due to extensive spread of COVID-19 in a number of mountain resort communities, visitors and residents of these counties are being ask to work from home and avoid social contact.
If you live in Colorado and are leaving one of these communities, you should minimize contact with other people for 14 days and watch for the development of symptoms like cough, fever, and shortness of breath. If you have symptoms, stay where you are, isolate yourself from others, and call a health care provider or nurse line before seeking care. Do not fly. Do not use public transportation or ride-shares.
If you have been in any of these counties, please do not report to work and contact your supervisor as soon as possible to make arrangements.
The full announcement can be read here (in both English and Spanish): https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/news/cdphe-strongly-advises-all-visitors-and-residents-eagle-summit-pitkin-and-gunnison-counties
CSUPD responds to report of peeping incident in Summit Hall on Feb 15
CSUPD received a report of a window peeping incident in Summit Hall. A female reported a man looking into her window at about 10 p.m. last night (Saturday, Feb. 15).
When she saw him, he showed her his phone, which displayed adult pornography, and he yelled and made sexually suggestive gestures at her.
The suspect is described as a middle-aged man, darker completion, race unknown, with a beard, wearing a flat-brim baseball cap. Police were unable to locate a suspect in the area.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call CSUPD at 970-491-6425. Anyone who sees suspicious activity outside of their home, apartment or residence hall should call 911, as this victim did, immediately.
Fort Collins Police are investigating a sexual assault and window peeping incidents off campus but includes neighborhoods where many students may live. This investigation is not on campus and we have no information at this time to indicate that any CSU community members have been potential victims.
Fort Collins Police are investigating a sexual assault and believe that there may have been incidents of window peeping connected to the case. Fort Collins Police detectives believe that additional incidents may have occurred over the course of the past year in Fort Collins, particularly in the area west of Shields Street between Mulberry Street and Drake Road. Fort Collins Police detectives are attempting to identify additional victims and ask that anyone who believes they may have been a victim or anyone who has any information related to the investigation to contact Fort Collins Police Services.
For more information, including the contact information for Fort Collins Police Services related to this investigation and a photo of the suspect, please see the Fort Collins Police Services press release at https://www.fcgov.com/news/?id=7651.
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CSU will be open tomorrow, Wednesday, Nov. 27, and all activities are on a normal schedule.
The city and county indicate that road crews are keeping up with clearing roads, and university crews have cleared roads, parking lots and sidewalks on campuses. Please be cautious while traveling to and around campus and consider using public transportation instead of driving. While crews have cleared campus sidewalks, some icy spots may exist due to winter conditions. Please plan extra time to reach campus.
If you feel you cannot get to campus due to weather and road conditions, please treat this as you would any other personal emergency and contact your supervisor to discuss your situation.
CSU is closing and canceling all events on Tuesday, Nov. 26, in preparation for the current weather forecast of a significant, approaching storm. This decision also is based on information from other agencies, including the city and county.
CSU employees with emergency duties should coordinate with their supervisors or directors to determine their work status. Emergency employees include, but are not limited to, CSU Police, Facilities Management, Housing, Environmental Health Services, the Veterinary Teaching Hospital and Diagnostic Laboratories.
Check www.safety.colostate.edu or source.colostate.edu for updates on the status of operations at the university. Information also will be available on local media outlets and CSU’s social media networks.
CSU Public Safety Team
Winter storm conditions, November 25
Colorado State University is carefully monitoring the forecast for the incoming storm, which is expected to start this afternoon and continue through tomorrow. National Weather Service expects the storm to impact road conditions as soon as late this afternoon to early evening.
All CSU business and activities will continue as scheduled today, through this evening.
We ask supervisors to use good judgment in accommodating the needs of employees who may have a long commute, be worried about driving in deteriorating conditions, or who may be impacted by child care needs. Poudre and Thompson School Districts will remain open today through their regular class schedule, but have canceled after school activities, as well as classes and activities for tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov. 26.
If you feel you need to leave early due to weather and road conditions, please treat this as you would any other personal emergency and contact your instructors or supervisor to discuss your situation.
We are in close communication with the Fort Collins and Larimer County emergency management offices and road crews, CSU law enforcement, Poudre School District and Thompson School District, and the National Weather Service. We will remain in close communication tonight and during the early morning hours to determine university status for tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov. 26. A decision is typically made by 5:30 a.m. for the current business day.
For more information about how the university determines a weather closure and how we communicate about the university’s status, see https://source.colostate.edu/university-guidelines-weather-closure/.
Update at 9 p.m.: Power has been fully restored to the building.
Scott Bioengineering Building is currently experiencing a power outage due to the failure of an electrical transformer. Facilities Management crews have responded and are working with electricians to get power restored to the building, which is expected to take at least 24 hours. At this time, emergency power and wi-fi are working on backup generator power. The building is open for all classes and activities. Classes will continue at the discretion of instructors.
Update, 12 a.m. Aug 27
Pitkin Street is open.
7 p.m. Aug 26, 2019
CSUPD is working a motor vehicle accident on campus. Pitkin Street is closed between Shields and Meridian until further notice. Please avoid area and take alternative routes. A map of campus is available at maps.colostate.edu.
August 20, 2019
CSU police were notified this morning through Safe2Tell of a possible threat. There is no indication of a current, immediate threat directed specifically to CSU.
CSUPD is closely monitoring the situation and remains focused on campus safety.
Please stay vigilant. Report anyone acting suspiciously to police right away. If you have any safety concerns, call or text 9-1-1.
Safe2Tell is an anonymous venue for parents, students, teachers, school administrators, and law enforcement to share information. Colorado State University also has an independent system, called Tell Someone, where anyone can report a concern about a CSU community member. During an emergency, call 911.
Message sent to university community, August 14
Although the academic year has not started, Colorado State University has received multiple reports of email scams targeting incoming students, returning students and employees. These scams are primarily attempts to get individuals to respond to a job offer. These emails are not from members of our university community, but appear to be because the “from” email address is “@colostate.edu.”
More information is available at https://source.colostate.edu/email-scams-sent-to-csu-addresses/.
The CSU Emergency Text Alert System is used to send text alerts in the event of an emergency on the Colorado State University Fort Collins campus. The system is only used during an immediate, ongoing safety emergency or unexpected closing of the campus. Sign up now.
Sept 27: Racial slurs. Read more.
The university uses various communications vehicles during an emergency, and to communicate about general safety advice. More information.