Each year, CSU celebrates the teaching, research and service achievements of CSU students, alumni and friends, academic faculty, administrative professionals and classified staff.
RamFest brings nationally recognized speakers, musicians, comedians and other performers to CSU.
CSU’s famous Ag Day is now two months away and volunteers are invited to be a part of the university’s tradition of feast, football and fun.
Faculty and staff will Celebrate! Colorado State during the month of April with a series of events.
Although it was nearly 12 years ago that the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance performed Every Good Boy Deserves Favor by Tom Stoppard, it is just as relevant today, and perhaps even more.
CSU President Tony Frank on Wednesday recalled past challenges – the 1997 flood and 2008 recession – to provide a roadmap for the CSU community as it confronts the latest issues facing higher education: conflicts over hate speech, the First Amendment and civil discourse.
The Public Lands History Center will feature a panel of speakers from Colorado State University and CSU Extension for the fall American West Program on Oct. 5.