Today @ Colorado State has been replaced by SOURCE. This site exists as an archive of Today @ Colorado State stories between January 1, 2009 and September 8, 2014.

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January 2009

Today@Colorado State is an electronic newsletter managed by the Department of Web Communications. An e-mail summary of the current issue is sent each day to University students and employees. Additionally, subscriptions are open to alumni, media, and university friends.

Frequently asked questions

Who can submit stories to Today? Faculty, staff and students. Access to the submission form requires a CSU EID. [More]

What is an EID? What if I don’t have one? All Colorado State University students, faculty, and staff need an electronic identity (called e-Identity or eID) to access electronic services on campus.You can learn more and sign up for an eID on the Web at eid.colostate.edu.

I submitted a story, when will it show up? Stories are reviewed within 48 hours (excluding weekends). Approved items will be edited and posted in the order they are received.

Why was my story edited, modified, rejected? The editorial staff review stories and accepts, sometimes with modification, those that support the mission of the publication.

All events should first be submitted to the calendar and from those submissions, items will be selected for inclusion in Today.

How else can I get news and events out to campus? In addition to Today, several other communications tools exist for the benefit of students, faculty, and staff of Colorado State University.

More tools for campus communications

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.

RamNotice is available for urgent campus messages or important messages that need to be sent to the entire campus community.  Only the offices of the President and Vice Presidents have the ability and authority to utilize this system.  Please contact your Vice President's office for assistance.

ListServs are special interest discussion mailing lists, both class and non-class related.

Student FYI is a section of Today listing announcements and news from campus especially for students. It the preferred way to communicate broadly with all students on campus.

RamSelect is a tool in ARIESweb that allows for departments and colleges to send emails to their students based specific selection criteria - it is not intended for large, campus-wide emails.

University Event Calendar, maintained by the Department of Web Communications, provides a one-stop source of event information for Colorado State University students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni and the Fort Collins community.

The Campus Information Center in the Lory Student Center can help you promote your event, service or organization by displaying your poster in the LSC and 31other locations around campus. Spaces for brochures advertising events pertaining to CSU, the community or the surrounding area are also available for rent in the LSC.