Finish What You’ve Started allows students who have some college credits but no degree to restart their CSU educations.
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This year’s graduates received special plaques made with trees that were once in CSU’s famous Oval.
The Morgan Library coloring contest received hundreds of submissions during a busy time of the semester where everyone could use a little mental health boost.
Students from Tree Stump Films and other departments on campus will share their five-to-seven minute documentaries during the Student Film Festival at the Lyric Cinema.
Kimberly Rousseau-Simmons has had a varied career path that has ultimately led her into occupational therapy at CSU.
Students from all majors can take the audio production class, which uses local bands to demonstrate the best ways to record sound.
The Moby geothermal exchange is one of the largest of its kind west of the Mississippi. It’s helping CSU reach its goal of going carbon zero by 2030.
CSU’s new center for Ethics and Human Rights will bring together experts across virtually all disciplines on campus.
CSU experienced increases in total applications, as well as the percentages of prospective racially-diverse and first-generation students.