Services available after Spring Break
CSU Health Network is providing services in-person, by phone, and over secure videoconference.
Walk-in services are not available. Always call (970) 491-7121 before coming into the CSU Health and Medical Center.
All services will remain open after Spring Break. Visit Location, Hours, and Parking for more information about how to access services.
Important information for students leaving Colorado after spring break
- Due to legal restrictions, CSU Health Network medical and psychiatry providers cannot provide telehealth appointments to students located outside of Colorado.
- New counseling services cannot be started with students located outside of Colorado. If you started working with a counselor before moving out of Colorado, you can continue accessing counseling services as long as you remain an enrolled student.
- If you will be leaving Colorado after spring break and are in need of ongoing care, consider temporarily establishing care with a provider in your local area or using the telemedicine benefits provided by your health insurance carrier.
- If needed, our providers and pharmacy can typically provide 90-day prescription fills for most medications. Contact your provider for more information.
Learn more about COVID-19 testing at CSU Health Network.
Learn more about COVID-19 vaccinations for CSU students, faculty and staff
- Open Notes at CSU Health Network
- Statement of Support for the CSU Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Community
- Mental Health Support Resources for Students
- Private Spaces on Campus for your Telehealth Appointment
- CSU Race, Bias, and Equity Initiative (RBEI) – Response to Student Demands
- Statement of Support for Trans and Non-Binary Students
- Notice of Intent to Destroy Medical Records
- Information about COVID-19 (coronavirus) and university response
- Managing Fears and Anxiety around COVID-19
- Vaping and Lung Illness
- Important Information for Students with Exemption to Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) Vaccine Requirement
- Increase in Hepatitis A Cases in Colorado
- Zika Virus and Traveling to Impacted Countries