The CSU community is invited to a reflective and healing event on Wednesday, Sept. 1, at 11 a.m. on the Lory Student Center’s west lawn.
Even as the pandemic was taking a severe financial toll on people around the world, Colorado State University had one of its strongest years ever for fundraising — and donors were especially interested in contributing to programs for people in need, such as Ram Aid and Rams Against Hunger.
The CSU Pandemic Preparedness Team will host a Town Hall on Aug. 18 from 9-10 a.m. to discuss the recently announced vaccination and mask mandates.
Each year, the Alumni Association honors CSU alumni and friends who have brought honor to the University by excelling in their professions and making significant contributions to their industries, communities, and the institution.
As we head into our in-person Fall 2021 semester, we call on each of you to remember that Rams Take Care of Rams and to adhere to the new vaccine, mask and screening mandates.
Sooraj Reddy Lankala was drawn to enroll in CSU's Master of Computer Information Systems program by curriculum that matched his interests – specifically courses in data analytics, object-oriented systems and business database systems – as well as the campus’s stunning scenery.
Read several stories taking a look at the people, facilities and research affected by the Cameron Peak Fire.
Colorado State University has become Colorado’s first member of the Age-Friendly University Global Network, an international group of colleges and universities that are committed to championing the needs of older adults in higher education.
Colorado State University’s signature program that provides K-12 students in need in the Poudre School District with the tools for success kicks into high gear the first full week in August, and there are plenty of ways for CSU employees to be part of the effort.