• Tribute to Steve McDonnell

    CSU Athletics and the Student-Athlete Support Services Department says goodbye to their Director Steve McDonnell. Steve McDonnell has served in athletics for over 27 years and has been a member of the CSU family since 2008. We wish you all the best in your future Steve and a million thank yous will not suffice for the impact you have made in our lives and the lives of student-athletes.



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    The Rammies are back in town !!

    The 2014 Rammies are approaching quickly. Make nominations through Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Instagram user CSU SAAC or #rammies2014. Nominations can also be made in the Anderson Academic Center.


    Watch last years video here

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    Rams Care- a big success !!!

    Thank you to everyone who participated and made Rams Care a huge success ! More than 300 student-athletes gathered to make care packages for the homeless in Fort Collins.

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    Junior student-athletes attend Backpacks to Briefcases

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Colorado State University continues to boast one of the nation's most successful athletic programs. The University and the entire athletic department is committed to providing the most efficient and effective support for all student-athletes. The Rams' Student-Athlete Support Services department provides academic, educational, intellectual and personal development support for more than 350 CSU student-athletes. The goal of the Student-Athlete Support Services department is to assist in the development of every student-athlete in reaching the individual's fullest potential.

TED Talks to change your life

TED-which stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design — features "ideas worth spreading." The speaker series launched in 1984, and there are now more than 1,400 TED talks available online.

  • Toby Shapshak: You don't need an app for that
  • David Epstein: Are athletes really getting faster, better, stronger?