The Classified Personnel Council invites you to join us for free cookies, drinks, and self-enrichment! All sessions are from 12pm-1pm.
No registration necessary, but space is limited. Please come early to get a good seat!
April 9 – EAP’s CompSych – Online Resources (LSC 376)
ComPsych – Guidance Resources online, is your one-stop shop for expert information in topic such as relationships, wellness, financial and more. Come learn how to sign up for the program. We will have some computers available at the site for those who would like to create an account and start navigating the site
April 10th – Rent Smart (LSC 312)
This program will provide participants with guidance on how to be a successful tenant. Learn the importance of budgeting and understanding the total cost of a rental unit. Learn the importance of finding the right rental unit and how to begin your search. We will touch on the application process, fair housing rights and as well as what is involved in moving in and moving out. Especially created for those who have had difficulty obtaining rental housing and those with little to no rental experience.
April 19 – Take Charge of Your Credit (LSC 322)
How is your credit score impacted by your decisions? Come speak to professionals in the field who can help you start making smarter financial decisions today!
April – 23 – Money Management (LSC322)
Purchasing or renting a home in Colorado is expensive! Come learn about strategies to save for upfront costs and determine a comfortable mortgage or rent payment.
April 26 – Homebuying 101 (LSC 322)
Join Neighbor to Neighbor experts as they dive into the basics of what it takes to reach your homeownership dreams!
Janet and Allan Eddy Scholarship
The Janet and Allan Eddy Scholarship was established to annually provide a $1,200 scholarship to eligible Colorado State University employees who have made sustained progress toward attaining an undergraduate degree from Colorado State University. For more information and application details click here.
Joan Gaynor Kuder Scholarship
There are two scholarships available for the 2019-20 academic year, each for $2,100. The Scholarship Committee is seeking applications from full-time, 9 or 12 month CSU employees (administrative professional, state classified, faculty) who have an active record of academic achievement and advancement, are working toward an identified educational goal, and have contributed to their particular units and/or to the University community by serving in additional capacities. Employees do NOT have to be formally admitted to a degree program to be considered for this scholarship. Past recipients are NOT eligible for the scholarship. The scholarships will be awarded Fall 2019. Recipients must be enrolled at that time to receive the funds. For more information and application details click here.
MURALS (Multicultural Undergraduate Research Art and Leadership Symposium) Seeking Volunteers
The MURALS (Multicultural Undergraduate Research Art and Leadership Symposium) program is seeking volunteers to help us support students of color during our one-day symposium.
What is MURALS? The Multicultural Undergraduate Research Art and Leadership Symposium, intentionally reaches out to students of color in various disciplines and exposes them to a variety of undergraduate research opportunities. This one-day symposium will be held on March 29, 2019 and we are in search of volunteers throughout the day. There are still a few roles we still need volunteers to help with. Please sign up to volunteer here.
There will be two volunteer orientation sessions before the event:
- Monday, March 25, 2019 @ 3:00pm in LSC 226-228
- Thursday, March 28, 2019 @ 4:00 in LSC 328-330
Please RSVP for a session: https://goo.gl/forms/5YhVI1kEW6XwZpao2
For questions, please email JoAnn Cornell, email@example.com or call, 970-491-7822.
Seeking Nominations for the Everyday Hero Award!
*The Everyday Hero Award: recognizes meritorious and outstanding achievement in job skills and/or service to the University of ALL CSU employees (state classified, administrative professionals and faculty). Ongoing Submissions Accepted.
Free Speech on Campus: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities
There are several events held each year on campus – speakers, political rallies, demonstrations, and non-political activities such as sporting events – which may inspire you to exercise your rights under the First Amendment. As a state institution of higher education, the university celebrates, honors, and respects the First Amendment and your right to free speech. However, those rights are not without limit, and it’s important to understand what constitutes protected expressive activity and what is not permitted at this public university. Learn more about your role and rights as an employee on campus with this guide.