Multicultural Student Resources

We are dedicated to creating a welcoming environment for all students. Below you will find resources across the campus and college, as well as links to additional resources for multicultural and female students.

CO-AMP

students of color

The Colorado Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (CO-AMP) encourages African American, Hispanic, American Indian and Pacific Islander students to pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees in the science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Graduate students may find financial assistance and support through the Bridge to the Doctorate.

Advocacy offices

As a land-grant institution, CSU is committed to enhancing diversity in all its forms to ensure an educational environment that is reflective of all aspects of our society. Advocacy offices include: Asian/Pacific American Student Services, Black Student Services, El Centro Student Services, GLBT Student Services, Native American Student Services and Resources for Students with Disabilities

Student organizations

Student Leadership, Involvement & Community Engagement (SLICE) is home to numerous student organizations celebrating diversity at CSU and across the world.

The office of international programs

Welcoming students and creating mutually beneficial relationships with partners around the world.

Female student resources

Readon-lab

Minorities and women in engineering

Get involved, meet mentors, and keep up-to-date with scholarship and professional development opportunities.

Women’s programs and studies

Serves all students, faculty, staff, and community members, women and men. Offers programs that increase awareness and creates conditions that allow both women and men to share fully and equally in University opportunities and resources.

Related resources

Engineering girl is a place for females to learn about careers in engineering.

MentorNet connects with others from around the world who are interested in diversifying engineering and science.