CSU Reaches Far Beyond Fort Collins
Our research, education and extension efforts are making a difference in homes, landscapes, classrooms, labs and businesses across the state, nation and world.
More than 43,000 CSU alumni call Denver home. If you’re one of these proud Rams, then we can think of at least 5,280 good reasons for you to get more involved with CSU in the Mile High City. The CSU Alumni Association connects Colorado State University alumni and friends in Denver, across Colorado, and throughout the country. Our Denver Center office is an extension of the Alumni Center located on campus in Fort Collins. Alumni are invited to stop by the Denver Center to stock up on CSU gear and learn about volunteer opportunities with our Denver Ram Network. There are numerous events and programs in the Denver area for alumni and friends to connect to CSU and one another. Visit our website for a complete list of events.
CSU Extension is part of a system that uses university research to help residents learn more about gardening, sustainable living, healthy eating, landscaping, 4-H youth development, fraud prevention and much more. With offices in Arapahoe, Adams, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas and Jeffersoncounties, CSU brings these resources directly to residents living in the Mile High City.
The Denver Executive MBA program is a program of the College of Business for working professionals to build and expand managerial knowledge and executive development. The central downtown Denver location makes the transition from your workday to evening classes seamless. Enjoy immediate returns as you bring new skills back to your workplace.
Colorado State University Online provides access to CSU’s excellent academic programs through online and distance formats. CSU’s online offerings include undergraduate and graduate degree programs that are regionally accredited and taught by the same faculty who teach on campus, as well as certificates, badges, and individual courses to help you reach your personal and career goals.
The Golden District of the Colorado State Forest Service offers advice to all Colorado citizens addressing land stewardship and urban-wildland interface concerns. The office also helps private landowners plan defensible space activities around home sites, and facilitates community wildfire planning and fuel-reduction activities.
LEAP Institute for the Arts offers non-credit and master’s degree courses for working professionals in the creative industries and for those who would like to enter creative industry careers. Classes in arts leadership, arts events management, community engagement, and more provide training in the rigors of arts leadership, with the convenience of evening classes in downtown Denver.
CSU2B is a robust platform connecting CSU’s academic, professional, student development, athletic, and arts opportunities to the business and nonprofit communities. Their team knows business and are experts in navigating the field of higher education. They understand the pains of your organization and know how a CSU2B partnership can bring you relief.
Begin your CSU2B membership today by visiting: ascend.colostate.edu/CSU2B or call (970) 491-1117