Family Programs Coordinator

Want to become an FPC?

To apply to become an FPC at Colorado State University, applicants need to meet the following requirements:

Family Programs Coordinator (FPC)•Good standing (2.0 undergraduate; 3.0 graduate)

•Eligible to work in U.S. up to 20 hours/week

•No current conduct cases

•Experience working with children or families

•2.5 GPA (undergraduate)/3.5 GPA preferred (preferred)

•Current resident of apartment communities

•Current or past RA, ICA, CC, or FPC experience

•Experience working with diverse individuals


POSITION:View Complete Family Programs Coordinator Job Description
POSITION SUMMARY:The Family Programs Coordinator (FPC) is a live-in, paraprofessional staff member in University Housing – Apartments, Housing & Dining Services, which supports CSU’s Principles of Community: Inclusion, Integrity, Respect, Service, and Social Justice. The FPC assists in supporting the University Housing Mission: “We strive to create vibrant and inclusive communities throughout students’ on campus housing experience which enhance learning, personal and social growth, and global engagement.” FPCs do this by building a community in their assigned area, with a special focus on partners/spouses, children, and other live-in residents who are not the primary resident of an apartment unit. FPCs will provide intentional programming throughout the year to support spouses, partners, and children, and help residents build connections with their neighbors and the broader CSU and Fort Collins communities. The FPC position is a 15 hour per week position. FPCs may fulfill additional hours during training periods and depending on the time of the year. FPCs serve in an on-call duty rotation.