Colorado State University is closely monitoring and following COVID-19 guidance as outlined by public health experts.

Due to safety concerns related to COVID-19, T.G.I.F. programming has been suspended until further notice.


TGIF is a program pairing CSU student volunteers with teens and young adults with disabilities. . This unique program offers mutually beneficial relationships and learning for both participants and student volunteers. It promotes diversity and advocacy, and honors individuality and independence.  The TGIF community has patient, open-minded, and friendly volunteers who are committed to making a connection with community members with disabilities, and fostering a healthy, engaging, and fun atmosphere at each event.  On Friday nights once or twice a month, the community gets together to participate in social activities including bowling, CSU athletic events, ice skating, holiday parties, and everyone’s favorite – Prom!

Learn more below!

Pairing Colorado State University Volunteers with Teens

Applications for Thank Golly It’s Friday (TGIF) are accepted on a first come, first serve basis. All volunteers and participants are asked to make a one-year commitment to participate in bi-monthly programs held throughout the academic year (breaks and summer excluded).

The application process for the 2019-2020 academic year is now open! 

For more information please email us or call 970-491-1682. Feel free to stop by the Student Leadership Involvement & Community Engagement (SLiCE) Office located in the Lory Student Center Main Level, Room 210.