Returning students help offset COVID-related declines in 2020 enrollment.
Even before construction on its CSU Spur campus is completed in 2022, the CSU System has been following an anchor institution model of engaging and working with the communities surrounding the future site.
Rams take care of Rams. It’s a sentiment that has taken root throughout the CSU community, especially in recent months as COVID-19 presents educational, financial, health, and emotional challenges for students.
The CSU System's partnership with the Latin American Educational Foundation has enabled more than 400 Latinx students to enroll at one of the System’s three campuses over the past decade.
New state legislation waives the need for college entrance exams for incoming students in Fall 2021.
This isn’t the first time Colorado State University has been faced with overcoming significant adversity linked to events on a global scale in its 150 years.
Ram Aid is providing funds to students help them stay in school during the COVID-19 crisis.
When COVID-19 moved University operations online, CSU's largest recruiting event for prospective students went virtual too.