School Offers List of Helplines for Students ‘Affected’ By ‘Free Speech’ on Campus

Colorado State University (CSU) is promoting resources for students who may be affected by free speech events that occur on campus.

“If you (or someone you know) are affected by a free speech event on campus, here are some resources,” reads the sign, which Turning Point USA Rockies Territory posted a picture of on its Instagram account.

“God bless that mess,” one commenter said.

The university’s sign refers students to 17 departments that can help, Multicultural Counseling, Incidents of Bias Reporting, the Office of Equal Opportunity, and a Victim’s Assistance Hotline.

Services specifically for university employees are also noted, including the Office of Ombuds, and the Employee Assistance Program.

Departments and programs were also designated for minority students, including Student Diversity Program centers for Asian Pacific, Black/African, and Native Americans. Service and Cultural resources provided spaces for LGBTQ+ students, students with disabilities, and included the Women and Gender Advocacy Center.

The Rockies account called out the school for “intolerance,” noting, “And we haven’t even had an event yet gotta love the intolerance of @coloradostateuniversity.”

Colorado State University has consistently been a hostile environment for conservative organizations, particularly in the fall 2021 semester.

Check out the video and see why 2022 is a mess when there is more concern to limit free speech than to secure the nation’s border in the latest video from Campus Reform.


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