A Ram's first year at Colorado State University is often the most memorable – and the most critical to their success. The CSU Libraries is there for all those important first-year milestones with the resources, tools, spaces and expertise they need to thrive in their first year and beyond.
National Library Week, April 4-10, is an opportunity for us to remember the profound and lasting impact libraries have on their communities. Here at Colorado State University, every Ram is on a unique educational journey, and the CSU Libraries is there for every learner, every day.
In this issue of Stay Connected, we are highlighting the diverse ways we impact learners at their most memorable milestones as Rams, from orientation to graduation.
We ensure students have access to the materials they need to succeed in their courses. We advocate for educational affordability. We teach students to be critical thinkers and scholars. We financially support our many student workers as they prepare for careers. Most importantly, we partner with organizations and donors across the University to create an even bigger impact.
I hope these stories about the Libraries’ impact on our brilliant learners inspire you.
Karen Estlund, Dean of Colorado State University Libraries
In the year since the COVID-19 pandemic first hit Colorado State University, the staff at the Libraries have kept study spaces open, learning materials accessible, research support services going, and most importantly, people connected to each other.
Let's Talk Equity brings together Colorado State University students and librarians to talk about equity issues and solutions at CSU.
My name is Christina Johnson and I am a third-year student majoring in Journalism & Media Communications with a minor in information science and technology with a concentration in computer information systems.
Since the first issue of the Rocky Mountain Collegian appeared in 1891, student media has been a bullhorn for the student voice on campus.
What does the average pet parent need to know about finding quality pet health information online? Our expert librarians have broken it down into four easy steps for you.
Robert Longenbaugh has bequeathed a wealth of knowledge – and more than $1 million in lifetime giving – to Colorado State University to bolster the Water Resources Archive at the CSU Libraries and to support a scholarship in Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Maintaining proper social distance meant something entirely different to some of the first students at Colorado State University than it does to those on campus in 2021.