For the seventh consecutive year, CSU is one of the nation’s most sustainable higher education institutions, according to the Sierra Club’s official magazine.
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CSU recently kicked off its annual drive — C.A.N.S. Around The Oval — to collect nonperishable food and raise money for the Food Bank for Larimer County.
For National Latinx Heritage Month, El Centro is hosting a series of virtual events designed to celebrate culture as well as foster meaningful dialogue on marginalized communities.
Rams take care of Rams at Colorado State University. Meet just a few of our stalwart Rams, and learn why they wear a mask.
Much like classes, research and other facets of CSU, services supported by student fees have had to adapt in the face of COVID-19.
Colorado State University is urging the university community to keep social gatherings small.
CSU is now offering students the opportunity to complete participating degree programs in less time as part of the new Accelerated Programs initiative.
The Fostering Success care packages are an annual move-in week tradition at CSU, but the program is so much more to the students it serves.
CSU is committed to supporting Rams who identify as transgender and gender nonbinary, especially given that those employees and students often face significant challenges while navigating campus environments.
Summer 2020 was an unprecedented time at Colorado State University. Take a look back at summer 2020 at CSU.