A new multi-use trail will be constructed in 2023 on the west side of Centre Avenue between the Gardens on Spring Creek and the underpass at Prospect Road.
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A project to construct school buildings for orphans in a Uganda village – started by a Colorado State University custodian and student more than seven years ago – has not only survived the pandemic but expanded, and fundraising continues for additional improvements.
Getting around campus just got a whole lot easier for students with permanent disabilities.
A grant-supported initiative at Colorado State University aimed at enhancing retention and gender equity among faculty in STEM disciplines has been expanded, permanently funded and renamed the Faculty Success program.
Colorado State University is joining an elite group of Western research universities in a program funded by the National Science Foundation that assists faculty and students trying to commercialize their technologies and other intellectual property.
The Colorado State University community is starting to buzz with excitement with the approach of the Oct. 13-15 Homecoming and Family Weekend.
In the first Fall Address held since 2019, Interim President Rick Miranda reflected on what former Colorado State University President Al Yates said during the aftermath of the Spring Creek Flood that inundated campus in 1997.
As the Colorado State University community prepares to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Fall Address and University Picnic on Sept. 29, organizers have released additional details about the signature autumn event.
For the first time since 2019, the traditional Fall Address and University Picnic at Colorado State University will return to the historic Oval at 11 a.m. on Sept. 29, in celebration of its 25th anniversary.
Forbes magazine has named Colorado State University the best educational employer based in the state.