Current Students

We’re Glad You’re Here

You are now part of a global community of change-makers in the College of Agricultural Sciences. We are proud to have you as our students and hope our College will become your second home during your time at Colorado State University. We want you to achieve your personal and educational goals, all while feeling comfortable, happy, and appreciated.

Come Take Your Seat

We are a diverse group of ambitious faculty, staff, and students working on complex issues impacting our world. We intend to ensure you feel welcomed and supported so you can focus on reaching your educational goals.

Get Involved

Student Organizations, Jobs, and Internships

Our many student clubs and organizations are great ways to meet other students, practice what you learn in the classroom, and give you career-focused experiences for your resume. To learn more, you are always welcome to stop by the Dean’s Office or your respective Department offices.

There are 620 registered student organizations at CSU. Visit the SLiCE website to find even more ways to get involved with both your College and your University.

Looking for a job or internship while earning your degree? Check out our list of job search and internship tools.

Our student clubs and organizations are a great way to connect with other students, enhance your education, and add valuable career experiences to your resume. CSU has 620 registered student organizations, so no doubt you will find one that fits your interests. Visit the SLiCE website to learn more about how to get involved with the College of Ag and CSU.

Our College understands the importance of career development through meaningful internships. We have a number of job search and internship tools to help you find the best opportunities.

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Get Help With Your Studies

Based on our own experiences we know some courses are harder than others. Sometimes we just need a little extra support to optimize our success. We have created a weekly series of study and tutoring sessions to get you through the particularly challenging ones. 

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Support Our Students

Donations and Sponsors

Many student organizations solicit sponsorships and gifts-in-kind from our College’s friends and donors. We prefer that you notify the College’s development office well in advance of your fundraisers, so that we can aid you in this process.

Fundraising is an important skill for every professional and our student organizations are a great place to learn the ropes. Our College is fortunate to have many friends and donors, however we need to make sure everyone does fundraising the right way. Please contact our College development office prior to your events. We will help you be a fundraising success.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I connect with the College of Agricultural Sciences while operations are remote?

While we are unable to host you and your guests on campus in person, we would love to connect with you virtually. Please fill out our contact request form and we will be in touch soon. If you would like to connect with Admissions, see their virtual options here.

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 about page.

Want additional information?

For additional information on Colorado State University and to explore our academic programs visit out parents and families site.

How can I pay 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.

What are student financial services?

The Student Financial Services website 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.

Where can I apply and find scholarships?

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.

What is the 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 COFsmallawareness that state tax dollars are used to offset the costs of undergraduate education.