Information regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Federal, state, and local public health officials are closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus (named COVID-19) that was first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China and which continues to expand and evolve rapidly.
For the most current information, visit the Center for Disease Control, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and Larimer County Health Department
Party Registration Suspended
Colorado State University and the City of Fort Collins are suspending the Party Registration program until further notice in response to the COVID-19 health crisis.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Colorado Department for Public Health and Environment, the White House are encouraging all community members to practice social distancing, which includes avoiding gatherings of 10 people or more. After assessing this guidance from state and federal entities, we have determined that promoting social distancing to help to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus is something that we need to elevate at this time.
We are asking all CSU students and long-term residents to consider following these recommendations and have determined that suspending the Party Registration temporarily is in the best interest of public health. This includes suspending any parties that are currently registered and now allowing any new additional registrations at this time.
This suspension will last until further notice.
It is encouraged to avoid off-campus gatherings of any type. We are expecting students/residents to follow these guidelines and while it may feel tempting or appropriate to gather together in small or large groups to have parties because of the access to free time or because you are at lower risk of infection, now is the time to show Ram Pride and community support and put the greater community needs before your own interests. Even if you are not symptomatic you can be a carrier of the virus so it’s important to distance yourself from others during this time. Please avoid having off-campus parties until the state and federal recommendations have changed.
We offer a wide variety of services to all members of the community. Take a look at our services and contact us if we can help!
CWC supports the free and open exchange of ideas and dialogue on a wide range of subjects of interest to the community. CWC provides meeting space, free of charge, for non-profit, community groups, CSU or City staff.
Campus West Connections partners with departments from the City of Fort Collins and Colorado State University.
2020 Campus West Connections Holiday Closures
Campus West Connections honors holidays observed by both the City of Fort Collins as well as Colorado State University.
2020 Holiday Closures
- Monday, January 1 (New Years Day)
- Monday, January 20 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day)
- Monday, February 17 (President's Day)
- Monday, May 25 (Memorial Day)
- Friday, July 3 (Independence Day)
- Monday, September 7 (Labor Day)
- Wednesday, November 11 (Veteran's Day)
- Thursday, November 26 (Thanksgiving Day)
- Friday, December 25 (Christmas Day)
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Established in October 2017, Campus West Connections is dedicated to building strong connections and promoting neighborhood quality of life by engaging the Campus West community through accessible services and proactive education, information and outreach.
Creating and maintaining harmonious neighborhoods in Fort Collins is a priority for the City of Fort Collins and Colorado State University (CSU). Campus West Connections (CWC) was created with the idea of encouraging long-term residents and students alike to work together as neighbors. By coming together, we can build a diverse blend of ideas and outcomes to positively impact the campus west community. CWC serves as a collaborative space where long-term residents and students can access services and resources from both City and CSU departments.