Party Partners

This workshop is presented in partnership by the SRC, Off-Campus Life, and Fort Collins Police Services for students who have been cited or referred for noise or nuisance gathering violations.  

Students will get to learn about local laws and ordinances and get tips on how to host responsible parties, avoid repeat offenses, and build positive relationships with neighbors. 

98% of previous workshop participants stated that they better understand the impact their parties and noise have on their neighborhood and community.

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**For the remainder of the Spring 2022 semester, this workshop will only be offered in an online, self-paced format. Please review and carefully follow the steps below in order to complete this workshop.**

To complete this workshop and receive your certificate, please complete the following steps.


  1. Review the workshop PDF materials contained on this page and/or included in your student conduct letter.
  2. Complete the competency assessment. In order to pass and receive your Certificate of Completion, you must answer 8 out of 10 questions correctly. Any questions left blank will not receive credit.
  3. FINAL STEP: Once you have completed the assessment, please email the SRC at to notify a member of our staff that you have completed the assessment. Please include your CSU ID number in your email in addition to the workshop title. Our staff will follow up with you through your CSU e-mail account notifying you of whether you passed the assessment or need to retake the class.  Participants who successfully pass the assessment will receive an attached Certificate of Completion.  PLEASE NOTE: our office can only process your assessment between the hours of 8 am-5pm Monday-Friday. Once our office is notified, your assessment should be processed within three business days; please be mindful of your workshop deadline in submitting your assessment.

On Sharing Your Certificate of Completion:

If you were mandated by the court to attend Party Partners, bring the certificate to court to indicate that you successfully completed the class.