Feb. 10, 2009
By Matt Pucak
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- Ram Club members now are able to renew their memberships online for 2009-10, the Colorado State athletic department announced Tuesday.
Current members can easily click here to renew their membership.
In addition, those interested in joining the Ram Club can click here to become a member of the Colorado State athletic family.
The Ram Club is a group of alumni, friends and fans that provide scholarship support for student-athletes at CSU. The university requires a tuition for every student on campus, including those awarded scholarships, and the CSU athletic department is charged with funding those costs for its scholarship athletes. Ram Club contributions offset those costs, helping deserving young men and women receive a high-quality education while competing for their CSU teams.
Membership in the Ram Club not only gives each member the pride and satisfaction that is gained by providing student-athletes with an exceptional college experience, but it also includes priority seating to CSU sporting events, exclusive access to CSU athletics and Ram Club member-only events, several of which will take place in the next few months.
Fans are able to support CSU student-athletes by using several payment options, including Electronic Funds Transfers from checking accounts, payroll deductions for CSU employees, or gift matching from select employers. Additionally, anyone interested in working out a payment plan is encouraged to call the Ram Club office at 970/491-4666.
The deadline for Ram Club contributions to qualify for Fall 2009 benefits is June 30.
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