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We learn and work together across Colorado to exchange, develop and apply knowledge, empowering individuals and communities to thrive.
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CSU’s Office of Engagement and Extension delivers on its land-grant mission by making the university’s educational programs, services and resources accessible to all, enabling individuals to act as agents of change and together build thriving communities.
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CSU Extended Campus
Are you looking to enhance your knowledge or grow personally and professionally? CSU Extended Campus, including CSU Online, provides affordable access to exceptional online and distance education including degree, certificate and professional education programs from Colorado State University.
Access the resources, knowledge and tools you need. CSU Extension empowers Coloradans to address important and emerging community issues using dynamic, science-based educational resources.
Colorado Water Center
The Colorado Water Center leads interdisciplinary research, education, and outreach to address complex and evolving water-related challenges in Colorado and beyond.
Salazar Center for North American Conservation
The Salazar Center was created to build bridges between conservation research, policy, and practice at the continental scale. Its efforts span the United States and its territories, Canada, and Mexico, with a focus on both large landscapes and cities, and emphases on connectivity, climate resilience, and racial equity woven throughout.
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Learn about different topics of interest to you. Find ways to engage, connect, learn and work together to co-create solutions to community needs.
Program Spotlight: Colorado 4-H
Empowering youth to reach their full potential.
4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential by working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
4-H reaches over 110,000 youth in Colorado annually, helping them to become confident, independent, resilient and compassionate leaders. 4-H provides experiences where young people learn by doing in hands-on projects in areas including health, science, agriculture and citizenship.
Colorado 4-H youth will compete at state and county fairs throughout summer 2021.