Colorado State University
Colorado State University is one of the nation’s top public research universities and continues to be an institution on the rise. The university is comprised of eight colleges that offer a lifetime of learning and exploration. With 72 majors, over 125 concentrations and over 80 minors, Colorado State offers a broad spectrum of more than 250 programs of study. The university today has more than 207,000 living alumni worldwide and over 500 registered student organizations. CSU’s Student Diversity Programs and Services (SDPS) offices represent and advocate for groups around campus, provide opportunities for students to learn more about their classmates, and offer a support structure that the entire student body benefits from.
More than 5,000 students make its campus their home. The university's housing and dining services offers a broad range of living and dining options to make sure that students find a comfortable community that adds to their entire university experience. Colorado State also offers a range of sport clubs that provide students with leadership opportunities and allow the students to compete in their favorite sport after high school. Over 1,200 students participate in 30 sport clubs that represent CSU in sporting competitions across the state and country. Colorado State University is located in the heart of Fort Collins in northern Colorado.
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