The Office of Engagement connects communities around shared solutions through education, research, and leadership.
THE OFFICE OF ENGAGEMENT INCLUDES:
Extension provides trusted, practical education to help you solve problems, develop skills and build a better future. Visit
With graduate and undergraduate degrees, certificates of completion, and digital badges offered online, Colorado State University Online helps people achieve their educational goals from wherever they are. Visit
CWI focuses the water expertise of higher education on evolving water concerns and problems faced by Colorado citizens. Visit
The Office of Engagement works with CSU strategic partnerships in China and East Africa. Visit
The Community and Economic Development Office advances collaborative community development networks statewide. Visit
The GR Center links scholars worldwide to document the unique history of Germans from Russia. Visit
Additional programs across CSU’s colleges and divisions Visit
Located in Sterling, Colorado, the NREC connects regional partners and communities to CSU. Visit
OFFICE OF ENGAGEMENT SPOTLIGHT
One. Billion. Dollars. Colorado State University is looking to raise $1 billion to invest in the pursuit of across-the-board excellence. “State Your Purpose – The Campaign for Colorado State University” was launched by President Tony Frank. The goal is to complete the campaign in 2020 to mark the 150th birthday of the university. Read more about the campaign or to lend your support, visit giving.colostate.edu.
Events at the Northeast Regional Engagement Center
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CSU Alumni Events
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CSU Extension Calendar for Colorado
Check for CSU Extension events in your area.
4-H Events Calendar for Colorado
Check for 4-H Events in your area. 4-H is a CSU Extension program. Scroll down to the bottom of the calendar to select specific counties.
Office of Engagement Feature
The Rams in the Rockies Tour is a two-day traveling seminar designed for recently hired and newly tenured CSU faculty, new administrators, and/or new student leaders. The tour is designed to deepen participants’ understanding of CSU’s mission as a land-grant institution by interacting with CSU’s activities and networks in a specific Colorado region; and to enhance networks within and across faculty cohorts at CSU to facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration for teaching, research, and engagement. Watch the 2015 tour video at http://www.csuramtour.org/