Modeled after highly successful programs such as Leadership Northern Colorado and Water Education Colorado’s Water Fluency Program, this program is for those who hold or aspire to political office, or other roles, including boards and commissions, which can impact regional water policy.
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Two programs with profound community impact – one that improves the lives of youth in the Larimer County and one that provides hunger relief in Mesa County – are this year’s recipients of the CSU Community Engagement Scholarship Awards
Registration for Summer Session is open and continues until courses begin. Last week’s Pups on the Plaza (and one cat!) event gave students a chance to reduce stress with therapy animals and meet with staff from summer programs and offices.
The alliance among ACC, Colorado State University, the Douglas County School District and the Town of Castle Rock to create the Sturm Collaboration Campus will provide a critical link between K-12 education, college and the workforce.
Colorado State University’s online programs earned top rankings in an annual report released Jan. 15 by U.S. News & World Report. CSU ranked among the best in the country for its online bachelor’s degree programs as well as online graduate programs.
The Colorado Attorney General’s Office and Colorado State University Extension are excited to announce a two-year, $200,000 agreement to support the work of the Family Leadership Training Institute (FLTI) of Colorado to increase civic engagement during 2019 and 2020.
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.
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.