CSU families invited to the Todos Santos Center

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In 2018/2019, Colorado State University staff, faculty, and alumni have several exclusive opportunities to visit the University’s international extension, the CSU Todos Santos Center, one hour north of Cabo in Baja California Sur, Mexico.

The location offers courses for CSU students, programming for community members, and cultural and family-friendly offerings available to CSU faculty, staff, and alumni.

Kids Do It All

July 9-14, 2018
For the fifth consecutive summer, the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance at Colorado State University is taking the popular Kids Do It All summer theatre camp to the to the CSU Todos Santos Center in Baja California Sur, Mexico, hosting dozens of children (ages 7-13) from Mexico and the U.S. Registration is limited to 12 children from the U.S.
More information and registration available here.

NEW! Spanish & Culture Immersion Program

Oct. 29-Nov.3, 2018
Learn about Mexican culture, experience Day of the Dead celebrations, and practice Spanish in a beautiful setting with native speakers. Scheduled events and opportunities to explore Todos Santos are available.
More information and registration available here.

Family Adventure Week

CSU Spring Break 2019 (tentative)
Todos Santos offers a special opportunity to immerse your family in the environment and culture of Baja California Sur, with the support and connections of the CSU Todos Santos Center and its staff.
More information is available here.

About the Colorado State University Todos Santos Center

Located in Baja California Sur, Mexico, CSU Todos Santos Center is the University’s only international location, providing research and educational opportunities in alignment with existing University curricula.

Advancing CSU’s mission of teaching, research, service, and outreach, the Center collaborates with Mexican universities and organizations, and provides workshops and programs for visitors and local residents.

CSU’s vision in Todos Santos is to cultivate generations of global citizens and to partner in the creation of thriving communities through experiential learning and the exchange of knowledge. For additional information, visit todossantos.colostate.edu.

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