Changes at the top
Rick Miranda, former provost and executive vice president of CSU under President Tony Frank, is serving as interim president while a national search is conducted.
Laramie Foothills bison donated to Native tribes
CSU sent 39 young bison with Yellowstone herd genetics to three tribes in two states.
It’s A Live …
… Halloween Organ Extravaganza performance! Three spooky shows on the historic Casavant pipe organ in the UCA Oct. 31.
Rams and Rox: grand slam
Colorado Rockies Sport Management Institute offers undergraduate and master's programs in the field.
Giving every Colorado student a chance at college
In June 2021, the CSU System Board of Governors voted to invest $8.58 million over three years in expanded support for rural Colorado students and communities.
Water in the West
The CSU Spur Water in the West Symposium is in person Nov. 2-3, at the Seawell Ballroom in downtown Denver. csuspur.org/witw
Fighting food insecurity
Rams Against Hunger Pantry offer one-stop shopping for students and employees facing food insecurity.
Tinbergs helping business create a better world
Rich Tinberg believes good business is about more than just the bottom line, and he wants to impart that lesson to future generations.
Ride in style
Prospective students and other VIPs can tour campus in style thanks to Canvas Credit Union, which donated two electric minibuses to the Office of Admissions in March. The 9- and 12-passenger vehicles sport bright Ram colors and can be used by other CSU units, such as the Alumni Association.
Universal design puts teaching within reach of all
Fully accessible podium available for faculty – or anyone – in need of accommodation in the classroom.
Living on campus off campus￼￼
CSU students who are starting the 2022-23 academic year in temporary housing will be reassigned to a permanent space as it becomes available.
Share fall excitement at CSU
From the first day of classes in August to commencement in December, fall may be the best season to be on the Colorado State campus.
LSC remodel back on track
The $28 million project should be completed in Summer 2023, after a two-year pandemic delay.