During the week of Sept. 13-19, all CSU employees can enjoy a treat at the Human Bean..
Rams take care of Rams at Colorado State University. Meet just a few of our stalwart Rams, and learn why they wear a mask.
CSU has a long history of investigating infectious disease outbreaks and is known for research exploring the complex interplay of pathogens, disease vectors, and the ecosystems in which transmissions occur.
When the fall semester got underway at Colorado State University on Aug. 24, about 64% of classes were taught either entirely face-to-face or in a hybrid model with some in-person instruction.
CSU’s alumni and friends demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the university’s land grant mission in 2019-20 by giving to areas that strengthen CSU’s ability to address significant global challenges and care for the community it serves – now and into the future.
Three summer courses are providing a glimpse of the new normal at Colorado State University, at least for the fall, as faculty and students return to campus with new health protocols prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mary Pedersen, a distinguished educator and veteran administrator, has been named the next Provost and Executive Vice President at CSU.
All our undocumented and immigrant students are and will continue to be valued members of our CSU community.
More than 1,000 Colorado State University and Fort Collins community members peacefully marched to condemn injustice and racism in a Black Lives Matter and Racial Unity March June 2.
Colorado State University President Joyce McConnell announced that, with the approval of the university’s budget for next year, students will pay the same tuition as last year, and CSU will avoid deep reductions, pay cuts, and job losses.