Green & Gold Student Spirit Code
Colorado State students, faculty, and staff pride themselves on behaving with integrity at all Ram events on and off campus - something known as "Ram Pride." In keeping with that tradition, the Associated Students of Colorado State University - the governing student body - adopted the Green & Gold Student Spirit Code, with the expectation of ensuring a safe and enjoyable time for all fans attending a CSU event as well as encouraging the proud display of Ram Pride. All students are encouraged to uphold the Student Spirit Code while attending CSU events, which means:
- Upholding CSU as a campus of character.
- Taking responsibility for individual actions.
- Understanding Student Rights and Responsibilities listed in the CSU Handbook.
- Following all CSU policies and obeying the law.
- Behaving courteously with other fans and teams regardless of a game's outcome.
- Following the rules of tailgating in various on-campus venues.
- If 21 or older and chooses to drink, does so legally and responsibly.
- Projecting a positive image of Ram Pride.
Keep up that Ram Pride!
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