Feeding the minds that feed the world
Our faculty and staff lead the nation in cutting-edge research on topics such as food safety, human-disease prevention characteristics of food crops, livestock and the environment, renewable energy, no-till cropping systems, risk management for farmers and ranchers and organic agriculture. The College offers nine undergraduate majors with 28 different concentration options as well as 39 graduate degree programs within the College and its five academic departments.
Explore CSU today!
Students may elect to spend a semester abroad while working toward a degree from the College of Agricultural Sciences. We have now more than ever a global economy and CSU is committed to expanding the reach of international studies and collaboration. The diversity of our students is a resource in itself, as is the diversity of
the very programs we offer. Our programs of Research and Scholarly Excellence, shared with you by our nationally recognized faculty, mean that as a student you will receive world-class mentoring and personal attention
Very little that we do in our daily lives isn’t somehow touched by Agriculture. The food we eat, the water we drink, the clothes we wear, and even the air we breathe are all products of or affected by Agriculture. In the College of Agricultural Sciences, you will learn through hands-on training and experience how you can make a difference in any number of these important fields. As a College of Ag student you can also involve yourself in any number of fantastic programs that reach out to our local and state communities, such as demonstrating the importance of Agriculture to elementary-age children.
Paying for College
Often one of the big challenges for students and parents is planning a way to pay for college. Student Financial Services at Colorado State University offers a variety of financial aid and scholarship resources for students and their parents.
Student Financial Services
The Student Financial Services Web site includes information on the cost of attending CSU; a budget calculator; an overview of scholarships, grants and loans; student employment opportunities, Work Study; and more.
By completing the CSU Scholarship Application, you are applying for all scholarships in the College of Agricultural Sciences at the same time. An alphabetical list of all College of Agricultural Sciences scholarships is available to review. Thanks to the generosity of many alumni and friends, the College of Agricultural Sciences awards more than 325 scholarships totaling over $680,000 annually. These scholarships recognize outstanding academic achievement, and leadership, as well as provide crucial financial support to our students. Scholarships range in value from five hundred to several thousand dollars.
College Opportunity Fund
The College Opportunity Fund provides state-tax dollars to colleges and universities on behalf of eligible undergraduate students. The Fund was created by an Act of the Colorado State Legislature in May 2004 to heighten awareness that state tax dollars are used to offset the costs of undergraduate education.
What is it like to live in Fort Collins? Located in northern Colorado, Fort Collins is nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains and offers exciting recreational opportunities, unique cultural offerings, and is a regional center for employment and shopping. Throughout the year, live music and entertainment, as well as great local dining, can be found throughout the historic downtown area. Fort Collins offers the convenience of a small town with all the amenities of a larger city. For more information about Fort Collins, please visit the City of Fort Collins website.
What should I do if I’m interested in transferring to Colorado State University? Visit CSU\’s website for transfer students to find out everything you need to know about transferring to Colorado State University.
Where will I live and eat while I’m a student at CSU? Colorado State University has numerous housing and dining options for students. You can learn more by visiting the housing services website. Additional information about living off-campus can be found at the Off Campus Student Services website.
How do I become a Ram fan? Colorado State University is a member of the Mountain West Athletic Conference and competes in 16 intercollegiate sports. Visit the CSU Department of Athletics to learn more. GO RAMS!
What you need to know about our computing environment.For information on general computing and information technology needs in the college and at the University visit our recommendations page.
For additional information on Colorado State University and to explore our academic programs visit out parents and families site.