Dear faculty, staff and students,
As you may have heard, four people were shot Wednesday night at an apartment complex near Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Three were killed, one of whom was a CSU student. Our hearts go out to all in the Fort Collins and CSU communities in the wake of this tragedy.
While we still don’t have many details on how or why the shooting occurred, incidents like this, so close to home, leave us shocked and saddened. The loss of a student is a blow to the entire Colorado higher education community. A list of campus resources, should you be in need of them, is provided below.
We stand with our fellow public university as they deal with the aftermath of this sad event.
- Counseling Services are available for CU Denver students through the Student and Community Counseling Center. Call 303-315-7270 or drop in at Tivoli suite 454.
- If you are concerned about someone who poses a risk or safety threat to themselves or others, please contact the university’s Campus Assessment, Response & Evaluation (CARE) Team at 303-315-7306 or email@example.com.
- The Auraria Campus Police remind us that we all play a part in campus safety. If you suspect something is wrong or a situation seems dangerous, say something. Don’t dismiss suspicious situations; report them to the Auraria Police Department at 303-556-5000 or by dialing 911 from any campus phone. You can also send a text to the Text-a-Tip line at 720-593-TIPS (8477).