Tony Frank offers words of encouragement to graduating seniors ahead of Commencement.
Born and raised in a tiny Colorado mountain town 100 miles from Fort Collins, Carly Mansker, a senior interior design student in the Department of Design and Merchandising, has come a long way on her journey toward graduation.
Rebecca Hermann is no stranger to unique surroundings. The Environmental Health and Spanish double major has already been abroad to two different countries during her collegiate career, and now is off on a new adventure: using her Fulbright scholarship to teach English in Colombia.
Chelsea Reynolds is a star student. In spite of having to be on dialysis 13 hours each day because of complete kidney failure, she has continued to be involved in many volunteer and leadership activities while earning a 3.9 GPA.
Grant Frevert has taken a longer journey to get to graduation, finding his passion for construction management along the way.
The political science professor drove his last vanload of CSU political science majors to the Capitol in Denver on April 27, and received accolades for his decades of service.
Despite the difficulty of the engineering program, Martinez continues to experience success, most recently receiving the Jackson Distinguished First Generation Scholarship.
In Fall 2016, the Interior Design 256 CAD class of students completed the Historic American Building Survey for an historic Fort Collins home.