SLiCE Leadership Programs:
Campus Step Up

Campus Step Up is an opportunity for students to expand their awareness on issues of diversity and cross-cultural communication. The retreat enables participants to spend time in a safe environment focusing on self-reflection, education, and personal growth regarding their perceptions of social justice, multicultural, and global issues. Campus Step Up’s ultimate goal is to give students the skills to act on the issues and causes that they are most passionate about.

Campus Step Up takes place January 14-16 at Sunrise Rance in Loveland, CO. This event is funded by student fees and transportation, food, and lodging are fully covered for those accepted into the program. Application information can be found below.

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APPLY TO CAMPUS STEP UP!

Campus Step Up Applicants

Students enjoy Ramapalooza at the Student Recreation Center during Ram Welcome, August 23, 2013

New Participant

Due on November 5th, 2015 by 5pm, this application is for students who have never been to Campus Step Up: A Social Justice Retreat before.
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Returning Participant

Due on November 5th, 2015 by 5pm, this application is for students who have been to Campus Step Up: A Social Justice Retreat at least once.
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A student studies in the Food Court Atrium over lunch. March 1, 2010

Observer Application

Due on October 14, 2015 by 5:00 p.m. this application is for students who have never been to Campus Step Up: A Social Justice Retreat before.
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Colorado State University Management professor Ken Petersen teaching a Distance MBA class, Rockwell Hall.
March 30, 2009

Facilitator Application

Due on October 14, 2015 by 5:00 p.m., this application is for students who have never been to Campus Step Up: A Social Justice Retreat before.
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Self-Reflection and Personal Growth Regarding Social Justice

Campus Step-Up is a two and one half day retreat to Estes Park where student gather to talk about social justice issues. This allows students a chance to reflect on who they are as individuals and as a society. This can be an intensive experience because it brings up different issues of identity and individual perspectives. After attending Campus Step-Up students have a different and expanded lens to view the CSU and Fort Collins Community.

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