Housing & Dining plays a key role in making CSU a special place.
A construction fence around Aylesworth Hall will be erected the morning of Tuesday, March 5.
CSU Housing & Dining Services won top recognition in several categories at the Association of Intermountain Housing Officers (AIMHO) annual conference.
CSU's new partnership with Sea to Table means students will have sustainable salmon and shrimp in residential dining centers.
All operations of Housing & Dining Services must be covered by by room and board revenues.
Living on campus after the first year offers a range of benefits unmatched in off-campus housing.
New windrows can repurpose two and a half tons of food waste from dining centers each week.