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The Colorado State University System embodies excellence, efficiency, and access in higher education, leveraging the strengths of our three diverse campuses to serve our students, Colorado, and the world.

No matter where you are in the world, CSU is working for you.

CSU in Fort Collins: A renowned international research university, where faculty and students innovate to address world issues to create real, implementable solutions.

CSU Pueblo: A regional campus and federally designated Hispanic-Serving Institution, with degree programs in high-demand jobs like nursing and cybersecurity, and personalized attention for students from faculty.

CSU Global: A fully accredited online campus allowing professionals and distance students to earn a CSU degree or certificate directly related to a professional field, within a flexible scheduling format.

The CSU System works for Colorado.

CSU System graduates use their talents to strengthen state industries and communities.

Take a look at the high-level findings from our first-ever economic impact report for the CSU System to see what CSU Fort Collins, CSU Pueblo, and CSU Global contribute to the state of Colorado.

The CSU System serves every Colorado county.

The CSU System has permanent employees living and working throughout the state of Colorado, providing direct services to every county in the state. 

With seven Agricultural Experiment Stations, 19 Colorado State Forest Service district and field offices, two engagement centers, and Extension offices in almost every county, the CSU System provides services to 64 counties — every corner of Colorado.

CSU Spur campus at the National Western Center

Coming in 2022: CSU System will open Spur, where innovative ideas and unforgettable experiences come to life at the National Western Center. Spur’s three buildings at the center of the landmark project in north Denver will ignite and fuel new ideas around water, food, and health and their impact on our lives and our world. Spur is where learning is open and accessible to all. Where researchers tackle the world’s most pressing problems around water, food, and health. Where art and culture challenge and surround you. Where rural and urban, local and global intersect. Learn more at csuspur.org.

CSU Todos Santos Center

Located in Baja California Sur, Mexico, CSU Todos Santos Center serves as the CSU System’s international hub, providing research and educational opportunities in alignment with existing University curricula. Advancing CSU’s mission of teaching, research, service, and outreach, the Center collaborates with Mexican universities and organizations, and provides workshops and programs for visitors and local residents.

CSU’s vision in Todos Santos is to cultivate generations of global citizens and to partner in the creation of thriving communities through experiential learning and the exchange of knowledge. Learn more at todossantos.colostate.edu.



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February 18, 2021

📸 We are looking for a diverse group of Denverites to participate in a paid photo shoot on June 18 in Denver. Earn $200 for just 90 minutes of your time 💵 ...

A river runs through it.💧

As part of the @national.western.center project in north Denver, the South Platte River will be restored + you’ll be able to access the river from CSU Spur!

The heart of @coloradostateuniversity beats green 💚🌳 When in Fort Collins, take a stroll down the Oval.

📷: @chelsea.didinger

It’s tortilla rollin’ time! See today’s story for more! ...

At CSU Spur you’ll be able to watch dogs and cats undergo necessary surgeries.

The @dumbfriendsleague veterinary clinic will be a service to the community, and will also be on-display to share veterinary medicine with visitors.

Imagine if you’re a kid watching - talk about inspiring future veterinarians! 🐶🐱

#csuspur #dumbfriendsleague #animallovers #stem #education #denver #veterinarymedicine

See today’s story to learn how you can support the @csutodossantos center 💚 ...

Vantage from the South Platte River.

As the CSU Spur campus comes up, the sewer pipes blocking access will be replaced, buried ... oh, and the coolest part? Heat from the pipes will be used for energy on the CSU Spur and larger @national.western.center campus! 🤯

#sustainability #energy #southplatteriver #bioblitz #denver #coloradostateuniversity #csupueblo #csuglobal #csuspur #water

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