The statements below were sent to campus by Colorado State University leadership addressing matters involving the First Amendment, free speech, peaceful assembly, potential controversial speakers and hate group activities on campus.

CSUnite
March 9, 2018
This email was sent to campus by President Tony Frank to invite faculty, staff and students to participate in CSUnite: a walk and community gathering to show we stand united as a campus against acts of hate and bias.

Update
February 2, 2018
This email was sent to campus by President Tony Frank in response to a clash among protestors following a speaker event.

Principles of Community
February 1, 2018
This email was sent to campus from President Tony Frank in response to flyers found on campus attributed to the Traditionalist Workers Party, a white nationalist group.

New First Amendment Website for CSU
January 23, 2018
This email was sent to campus from Provost and Executive Vice President Rick Miranda and Vice President for Student Affairs Blanche Hughes to announce CSU’s new First Amendment website and detail the resources it offers the campus community. Modified versions of this message were sent to students, faculty and staff. The attached was the version sent to students.

Campus Speakers
January 22, 2018
This email was a joint message from Provost and Executive Vice President Rick Miranda and Faculty Council Chair Tim Gallagher sent to faculty to discuss a series of speakers coming to campus starting in early February.