There is still time to donate to the 2014 Colorado Combined Campaign drive!
Colorado State University is moving up the ranks. The university was recently designated a Top School in Military Advanced Education’s 2015 Guide to College & Universities.
There are numerous scholarship opportunities at CSU; apply now to beat the March 1 deadline.
Colorado State University employees have a chance to give to a charity of their choice via the 2014 Colorado Combined Campaign, which runs from Nov. 17 - Dec. 31.
The CSU System Board of Governors will consider the status of an on-campus stadium at Colorado State University at noon on Friday, December 5, in the second floor atrium of the CSU Denver Center, 475 17th Street.
As the holidays approach, there is both an identified need for community assistance and community members who are willing to give of their time and resources. Find out how you can give and make a difference in your community this holiday season.
To celebrate an extraordinary football season, CSU is offering its faculty and staff an extraordinary offer: Free tickets for Saturday’s home finale.
If you are the dependent of someone who served as a Marine or Navy Corpsman who worked with Marines, you are eligible for a scholarship through the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation. An informational reception hosted by the Office of the President will be held from 3-5 p.m. Nov. 18 in Lory Student Center Rm. 300. Foundation representatives will be on hand to provide information. Complete information on opportunities, eligibility requirements and deadlines are also available online. Applications are due March 1, 2013, for the academic year 2015-2016. This year, more than 2,194 students in the United States received assistance at an average of over $3,000 per year. There are 49 recipients in Colorado, with 16 currently at CSU. The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, now 50-years-old, has awarded scholarships to over 33,000 students for use in meeting the costs of college or vocational school education and founded in 1962. It has provided financial assistance to over 33,000 students in a total amount of just over $90 million.