Colorado State University students made an impact this summer around the globe, across the country, and even close to home.
According to the Office of International Programs, approximately 645 students traveled abroad this summer, with 55 countries visited. That’s not even counting all of the U.S. states.
Whether they were in another country, another state or right here in Colorado, students made a big splash doing internships, research, and volunteer work.
Meet just a few of the students who have done amazing work this summer.
Veterinary Outpost Project
College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Five of the CSU students participated in Summer Session, which offers a unique opportunity to participate in experiential learning, explore a new topic, focus on one or a few courses at a time, or complete a challenging course or prerequisite.
Additionally, summer is a good time to earn credits in condensed terms of varying lengths, on-campus or online. Financial aid is available for students who meet the requirements, campus employment opportunities are plentiful and flexible, and students can take advantage of prorated housing and dining. Learn more at summer.colostate.edu.