Video walks viewers through construction boom

Colorado State University is in the midst of a $700 million building boom that will physically transform the main campus. The university is building with intent to keep the institution at the leading edge of discovery, prepared to meet the challenges of learning, teaching and innovation in a complex, changing world.

The current slate of construction will span a three-year period, with major projects concluding by the end of 2017. Among the structures to be added to the campus landscape: a Medical Center with the emerging Center for Healthy Aging, new Chemistry and Biology buildings as part of a science mall, new student apartments providing housing for nearly 1000 residents, a parking garage and an on-campus multipurpose stadium with academic space, the university’s Alumni Center, and Center for Advising & Student Achievement.

This new video walks viewers through the transformation ahead, and looks at how the university is planning for and investing in the future.