Colorado’s land-grant school pushed past 34,000 in total enrollment for the first time.
This election – and the choice we make on Proposition CC – is important for Colorado and CSU.
If approved by voters, Proposition CC would provide improved state support for colleges and universities, public schools, and roads and transportation across Colorado, without raising taxes.
Jannine Mohr has been promoted to the senior leadership position of Deputy General Counsel, overseeing the legal office at the flagship institution of the CSU System.
Joyce McConnell was so impressed with CSU that she agreed to become its 15th president without having visited campus.
The Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System voted unanimously to hire Joyce E. McConnell to lead the System’s flagship institution into its 150th year, building on a decade that has seen record levels of enrollment, donor and alumni support and research funding, along with the dramatic transformation of campus, physically and in terms of state and national reputation.
Joyce McConnell, provost and vice president for academic affairs at West Virginia University, has been named as the finalist to become the 15th president of Colorado State University.
A robust new website providing information about the search for Colorado State University’s next president will serve as a resource for presidential candidates while also providing information about CSU for the general public.