Colorado State University

Colorado State University campus
The Oval has been the heart of the Colorado State Univesity campus since 1909, with American elms lining walkways that connect historic buildings. | Photo by Alyssa Hill / flickr

Staff writer

Colorado State University is noted for research in atmospheric science, clean energy technology and environmental science.

The land-grant university covers nearly 5,000 acres of land, including the main campus, a foothills campus, an agricultural campus, and a mountain campus.

Another 4,600 acres include research centers, Cooperative Extension offices, and Colorado State Forest Service stations.

The university is also home to the Colorado State Rams, competing in 16 varsity sports and playing NCAA Division 1-A football.

The University Welcome Center is in Ammons Hall on the campus, and daily tours and information sessions are offered for prospective students and parents. For information call 970-491-INFO.

Colorado State University
Fort Collins CO 80523
(970) 491-1111