President Joyce McConnell shared details of Colorado State University’s plan for Courageous Strategic Transformation at the CSU Board of Governors’ June retreat.
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CSU’s Board of Governors voted June 11 to approve a total budget of nearly $1.5 billion that restores funding to pre-pandemic levels for all campuses within the CSU System.
CSU admissions leaders say the bill, signed May 25, will create more opportunities for all students, especially those from low-income and underserved backgrounds.
At the May 6 meeting of the Board of Governors, President Joyce McConnell shared plans for mostly in-person learning, events and university operations on campus this fall.
The one-term tuition reduction aims to help non-resident students stay consistently engaged with CSU and to reduce their time to graduation.
An unprecedented year of research at CSU and a high-visibility marketing campaign at Denver International Airport were among the highlights presented at the December meeting of the CSU System Board of Governors.
As the City of Fort Collins urges the community to reduce outdoor use of treated water through October and November, CSU has curtailed all landscape irrigation that uses domestic water and has voluntarily reduced raw water irrigation.
Community leaders will provide the latest updates about COVID-19 in Fort Collins and Larimer County, including Colorado State University, during an online briefing on Oct. 1 at 6 p.m.
CDHE’s Paccione and Reps. Arndt and Kipp tour campus with President McConnell to learn about CSU’s health protocols.
Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell announced that, with the approval of the university’s budget for next year, students will pay the same tuition as last year, and CSU will avoid deep reductions, pay cuts, and job losses.