"I got involved to be able to meet and develop friendships with more members of the student body and learn how we as students can better serve our CSU, Fort Collins, and broader communities. I also got involved to be able to utilize some of the resources that CSU provides for our professional and personal development. Getting involved has been one of my most rewarding college experiences and I wouldn't have the friendships and opportunities I have today without it."
"Getting involved at CSU helped me to meet my core group of friends as well as feel more comfortable on campus. As an out of state student, I believe that getting involved is truly what made CSU feel like home to me; the greatest memories I have made here are all due to my involvements."
"I was inspired by people who were doing great work before me. I saw the work that was happening in Net Impact CSU and wanted to get involved. I love putting on cool projects in collaboration with other CSU students and great partners in the Fort Collins Community."
"I got involved with DSLC because this club allows me to make an impact within the College of Business and CSU community. Being involved gave me something to be apart of outside of class, and I made a great group of friends that I would have not met without this club!"
"I do something to become connected to more diverse communities around fort collins. I do something to meet and experience more people."
"There are reasons why I got involved at CSU in general, but those reasons can best be expressed by why I got involved specifically with the CSU Energy Club. It is my belief (based on evidence from the IPCC) that our most pressing overall existential issue is with the sustainability of the worlds energy choices. As more and more countries are becoming developed, the demand for energy is only going to increase, and where we get that energy from is literally going to impact everyone, and everything. The fact that the CSU Energy Clubs mission (to "network, educate and practice") will contribute the ultimate goal of a society that utilizes a more sustainable form of energy is very exciting to me, and is the main reason I got involved with CSU, and more specifically the CSU Energy Club."