Colorado's high school students had a clear No. 1 choice on Free Application Day.
CSU and the surrounding community donated the equivalent of 342,753 pounds of food in the 32nd annual Cans Around the Oval drive that ended Oct. 17.
Transfer students make up 30 percent of CSU's student body. They are being celebrated this week for their unique journey.
CSU’s enrollment for 2018-19 is 33,877 students, which is an increase of 464 students from 2017-18.
The result of CSU’s meticulous planning and implementation has been an incredible transformation of the campus, not only accommodating the decade of enrollment growth but positioning the university to serve generations of Rams to come.
Christine Susemihl has done pretty much everything during her 45 years in the department of athletics. Not bad for someone who had no interest in sports before coming to CSU.
After excelling in her role as interim co-director, Heather Daniels has been named the director of admissions at CSU.
Native American high school students will gather at CSU to research Indigenous issues and prepare for the college application process during the annual Native Education Forum, June 18-23.
For the 29th year, National Hispanic Institute will bring students from across the nation for a week of leadership learning.
For twenty-six years, African-American high school seniors from across the country have gathered at Colorado State University to research issues important to the African-American community. This year's Black Issues Forum (BIF) will be held June 13-17 on campus.