The campus community came together Thursday to stand against hate during CSUnite.
CSU's first Women & Philanthropy symposium was a celebration of the impact of giving - and the women behind it.
With support from the administration, a proposal from students has blossomed into CSUnite: No Place 4 H8 solidarity walk and rally in support of the Principles of Community.
All members of the campus and Fort Collins community are encouraged to come together at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 29, to make a statement in support of CSU’s community principles and against acts of hate and intimidation that have taken place on campus this academic year.
The 2018 Financial Times Online MBA rankings recognized the CSU College of Business Online MBA as being the top 15 ranked program in the world. Career progress, online delivery, program diversity, idea generation, program value and additional considerations led to the rising ranking.
We believe it is important for all of us to understand that we have an opportunity as a university to condemn these acts of hate as they occur, and that those who are directly targeted by such acts know that they do not stand alone.
The Supreme Court on Feb. 26 heard arguments in a case that could deliver a devastating blow to organized labor.
Over 600 professionals, community members, faculty, staff and students gathered at Colorado State University to participate in Northern Colorado’s first annual Human Trafficking Symposium on Feb. 22.