Pride Resource Center transitions to virtual-only services

Katrina Leibee

The Pride Resource Center is located in the Lory Student Center on CSU’s campus. (Collegian File Photo)

Due to the impacts of COVID-19, the Pride Resource Center will provide services online only beginning Nov. 17.

Currently, Larimer County has a high risk score for COVID-19, meaning there have been 300 or more new positive cases of COVID-19 reported in the last seven days per 100,000 residents. Larimer County’s current seven-day case rate is 384 per 100,000 residents. The Larimer County website recommends remote activities and social distancing for communities with a high risk score.


New cases at Colorado State University also saw a spike in November, with 45 new student cases Nov. 5, just after the Halloween weekend. 

According to an Instagram post by the Pride Resource Center, “It is currently impacting our staff members, our LGBTQIA+ community and those with other intersecting identities. Because of this, we found it necessary to minimize spread of the virus and to continue prioritizing the well-being and health of everybody apart of our CSU community.”

The Pride Resource Center will resume in-person operations Dec. 1, and they encourage anyone who has been around the center recently to get tested for COVID-19.

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