At last spring’s Celebrate! Colorado State awards ceremony, two unique CSU community-based programs were honored with the inaugural Community Engagement Scholarship Awards. There’s no doubt that both of this year’s groundbreaking recipients have had a profound impact on the community, but their life-changing influence goes much deeper than that.
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Graduating high school at the age of 16 put Jordan Roggen on an early path to higher education, but family health challenges led her on a different journey.
Colorado State University expects to confer degrees on more than 2,100 graduates during ceremonies in the Lory Student Center and Moby Arena.
The Poudre Runs Through It Study/Action Work Group is seeking nominations for its “Poudre Pioneer Award,” and will recognize the honoree at the Poudre River Forum on Feb. 1, 2019.
Colorado State University is ranked sixth in the nation among environmentally responsible colleges, according to Princeton Review.
Patti Schmitt has been named the new state coordinator of Family Leadership Training Institute of Colorado.
The result of CSU’s meticulous planning and implementation has been an incredible transformation of the campus, not only accommodating the decade of enrollment growth but positioning the university to serve generations of Rams to come.
CSU President Tony Frank will deliver the annual President’s Fall Address on Wednesday, Oct. 3 on CSU’s historic Oval. In his address, he will offer highlights of the past year and discuss goals for the year ahead.
CSU’s famous Ag Day is just weeks away and tickets for both the barbecue and Rams football game are now available.
Located in Rocky Ford, the campus will provide residents of Eastern Colorado with greater access to CSU resources, and a better opportunity to interact with the state’s land grant university.