Campus Recreation at CSU was the most decorated program in the country in 2018.
Campus Recreation is opening its doors to all CSU employees at no cost the week of Jan. 7-11, 2019.
Campus Recreation staff broadened their positive influence into Fort Collins by partnering with the United Way of Larimer County on providing hygiene kits to the homeless.
The Division of Student Affairs has filled three leadership roles for Campus Recreation, Career Services and Housing & Dining Services.
Colorado State University’s department of Campus Recreation brought eight National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) awards home from the recent NIRSA conference, leaving as the most decorated collegiate recreation program in the country this year.
Campus Recreation has announced that the Student Recreation Center will now be open on home football game days prior to kickoff.
Nearly 30 Native American students from Denver, Fort Collins and New Mexico got a hands-on taste of college life and possible careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics during the Native American STEM Institute at CSU last week.