A gallery of some of the LEED gold-certified buildings on the CSU campus.
Sustainability is a fiber woven into Colorado State University’s academic and student experiences, research, operations and outreach, all across campus and throughout its satellite campuses and Extension offices.
Culminating a series of recognitions for sustainability, Colorado State University climbed to No. 4 in Sierra magazine’s Cool Schools ranking.
With about 6,200 students moving into the residence halls this week, campus housing opens at full capacity with both a record number of first-year students and a record number of returning students.
Mazdak Arabi and colleagues from the College of Engineering lead a consortium of 14 universities in the search for solutions to protect complex water systems.
CSU ranks 12th on Princeton Review's list of green colleges; earns first LEED Platinum rating.
Colorado State is the first university in the world to have its sustainability efforts go platinum.