Join students, faculty and staff during the annual summer Bike to Work Day on June 26.
Fort Collins is often ranked nationally as a top place to live, great place to start a business or ideal location to retire.
The Provost’s Council for Engagement is made up of a dozen faculty members who serve as champions for advancing the practice and recognition of engaged scholarship as fully embedded within CSU’s core mission.
In the most recent Milken Institute ranking, Fort Collins boasts a No. 5 national ranking among “Best-Performing Cities 2017: Where America’s Jobs are Created and Sustained.”
After years planning so that major city streets would not be in gridlock on the day of a Ram home game, the first two games point to a transportation success.
The Fort Collins community and Colorado State University hosted the first statewide summit of its kind in the nation, focused on involving Colorado communities in ending sexual assault and sexual violence.
Colorado State University and the City of Fort Collins are hosting an on-campus open house to provide information about game-day operations and the new stadium.