Alhuwaidi and his wife, Jasmine, who is studying applied computing technology at CSU, are dedicated to promoting computer science as a career for women in their homeland of Saudi Arabia.
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About 1,100 prospective Colorado State University students will attend Explore CSU this Friday, Oct. 27, and the entire campus is asked to give a big green-and-gold welcome to a group that includes many future Rams.
The largest and most diverse freshman class in Colorado State University’s history has led to record enrollment for the 10th consecutive year. The university welcomes 33,413 students to campus this year.
U.S. News & World Report has taken notice of CSU’s massive investments in infrastructure and student success, boosting Colorado’s land-grant university three spots in its annual rankings.
CSU President Tony Frank will deliver the annual President’s Fall Address on Wednesday, Sept. 20 on CSU’s historic Oval. In his address, he will offer highlights of the past year and discuss goals for the year ahead.
For the first time in its history, Ag Day will be celebrated on the CSU campus, within walking distance of the new on-campus stadium.
In the last decade, Colorado State University has experienced extraordinary, double-digit gains in diversity, transfer students, and overall enrollment.
Green is gold — at least at Colorado State University — and it’s not just the new buildings that are reshaping campus.
Native American high school students will gather at CSU to research Indigenous issues and prepare for the college application process during the annual Native Education Forum, July 31- Aug. 5.
CSU scientists will be studying a corn disease with limited treatment or prevention methods through a grant from the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research.