Colorado State University’s Commitment to Campus encompasses a wide range of programs, discounts, and special beneﬁts available to CSU faculty and staff. These opportunities are offered to:
More information on all the beneﬁts outlined here – and more! – can be found on the C2C website.
Health and Wellness Beneﬁts and Membership Discounts
CENTER FOR FAMILY AND COUPLE THERAPY – C2C wellness beneﬁts include half-price of an already low sliding fee for individual, couples and family therapy, teen group, and several other programs through the Center for Family and Couple Therapy. This therapeutic mentoring program pairs youth (ages 11-18) with a CSU student mentor for weekly group sessions on campus for academic support and career planning, encourage positive social skill development, assist with goal setting, and implement wellness programming.
KENDALL REAGAN NUTRITION CENTER – C2C covers 40 percent of KRNC’s Healthy You program, 40-100 percent of its diabetes group programs and 50 percent of resting metabolic rate testing and 50 percent of nutrition consultations for a variety of nutrition needs.
ADULT FITNESS PROGRAM – C2C will pay for 50 percent of the price of an individual membership. Couples or family rates will get a $20 discount in place of the 50 percent for individual membership. HEART DISEASE PREVENTION PROGRAM — Now covered as a part of CSU employees’ preventative care beneﬁ t (a $400 value) for Anthem health plan subscribers. All others receive a 20 percent discount.
NOON HOUR FACULTY AND STAFF FITNESS PROGRAM – CSU will pay 50 percent of the price of a membership.
STUDENT RECREATION CENTER – All employees have free, unrestricted access for one month — whatever month an employee chooses — to make full use of cardio and weights facilities, climbing wall, classes, pool, and more. After that, CSU, with the support of Anthem, will pay 50 percent of the price of membership if the employee signs up to be a member.
Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program helps employees and members of their households with personal issues through no-cost counseling services as well as legal and ﬁnancial planning resources. The EAP is a conﬁdential source of personal support that can be accessed 24 hours a day.
Nursing moms accommodations
CSU provides necessary resources, including private, sanitary lactation areas, for breastfeeding or milk expression and authorizes reasonable ﬂexibility in scheduling break times to allow for breastfeeding during the workday. A number of new lactation rooms are open for nursing moms on campus; ﬁnd them on the interactive campus map on the colostate.edu website under Inclusive Resources.