Below are great resources for communicating and promoting University events and announcements. These resources are for registered student organizations, CSU departments and offices, or other official CSU affiliated organizations. There are many opportunities to advertise on campus. Click on the links below to find what is best for you needs. For additional advertising/promotional opportunities download the Campus Campus Communication Tools [PDF] or contact at the Lory Student Center visit CoLab: LSC Marketing Services.
Campus Communication Tools
- SOURCE (CSU News, Announcements, Events, etc.)
- Athletics Public Service Announcments
- College Avenue
- CSU Life
- CSU Magazine
- CTV, Channel 11
- KCSU Public Service Announcements, Live Remotes, and Spotlights
- Ram Deals
- Ram Orientation Guide
- Rocky Mountain Collegian
- Supporting Transitions Parent & Family Resource Guide
- Visitors Guide to CSU and Fort Collins
Moderated Faculty/Staff E-Mail Lists
Faculty and staff e-mail lists are available for communicating with specific groups of employees. The lists are tightly moderated and their use is restricted.
Calendar of Events
University Events Calendar
Maintained by the Department of Web Communications, the calendar provides event information for Colorado State University students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni and the Fort Collins community.
SOURCE is the website where you’ll find CSU news – and more. It’s a convenient, accurate, one-stop source of news, announcements and information about the people, places and events that make Colorado State an exciting, vibrant place to work and learn.
SOURCE is created for CSU by the Division of External Relations, and we look forward to submissions from all across campus.
A central listing of newsletters published electronically by University departments and units.
Communications Guides and Tools
The recently revised Communicator’s Toolbox provides graphic standards for communicating the Colorado State University brand.
Writers Style Guide
The Colorado State University Writers Style Guide has been updated. It supplements The Associated Press Stylebook and addresses editorial questions specific to the University.