January 25, 2016

Conflict Resolution

Conflict Resolution

You may run into any number of conflicts as a part of your student experience. Conflict Resolution Services is here to help you find solutions through a fair and respectful process.

Conflict Resolution is a voluntary, neutral, confidential process to assist students when conflicts, disputes or issues arise.

We will listen to you, get answers to your questions, provide information and advice, develop options, and assist you in pursuing a resolution.  If you have a problem that you aren’t sure how to resolve, Conflict Resolution Services is the perfect starting point.

Call 970-491-7165 or schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.

Conflict Coaching


In keeping with the philosophy of handling problems at the lowest effective level, our staff can coach you with key conflict resolution skills to empower you to solve conflicts on your own. If you are interested in meeting regarding an issue you are having, click here.

Grade Appeals

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Do you think that your final grade is unfair?  Have questions about a grade appeal? Click here.

Conduct Appeals

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If you feel that the outcome of your hearing was unfair, you are entitled to an appeal.  There is a specific process that must followed.  If you are interested in learning more, click here.

Restorative Justice

Students take a meditation class at the Colorado State University Health Network, February 11, 2015

Restorative Justice changes the focus from rule of law, blame, and punishment to harm caused, obligations and healing.  If you have would like to try to repair the harm you have caused, click here.


We have experienced, neutral, third-party mediators. If you are having problems communicating your needs or concerns with someone and are interested in having a mediated or facilitated discuss, click here.


Karen Gebhardt, Assistant Professor in the Economics department in the College of Liberal Arts at Colorado State University teaching, March 09, 2015.

CRSCS offers specialized conflict management training.  If you are interested in requesting an interactive training or workshop, click here.

Request a Meeting

The Conflict Resolution staff is here to help answer your questions and develop options to resolve disputes.  Meet with us today.