Ninety-one percent of CSU students are motivated to practice safe health behaviors so they don’t spread COVID-19, according to a recent campus survey.
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The $1 billion State Your Purpose: Campaign for Colorado State University has reached the finish line. The eight-year campaign, timed to conclude during CSU’s 150th birthday, raised $1.28 billion.
CSU has received a significant grant from the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative to help COSI scholarship students succeed on campus
More than 19,000 students have taken advantage of CSU Tuition Grant in the past 10 years. Two graduates share their stories.
After a decade of leading CSU as provost and executive vice president, Rick Miranda is returning to his distinguished research and teaching career as a professor of mathematics.
The Research Safety Culture Program, designed to promote safety and compliance in labs on campus, has taken home some prestigious hardware.
The CSU community can now watch online the two virtual town hall conversations that focused on budget priorities, constraints, decisions and impacts.
After 43 years in higher education – with 37 of those at CSU – Anne Hudgens is retiring on June 30.
CSU is encouraging the campus community to attend one of two upcoming virtual town hall conversations focused on budget priorities, constraints, decisions and impacts.