Colorado State University-Fort Collins Top Questions

What do you brag about most when you tell your friends about Colorado State University-Fort Collins?


I brag that the education is supreme. I can go to class and expect to leave with new applicable knowledge.


Lots of fun and an unpretentious atmosphere.


I like to tell them about the amazing people. There are so many interesting and funny people on campus and if you can find those people, they make the study and toil bearable. I may spend an insane amout of time in the library, but I can stand to do it because there is someone to keep my morale up and make me laugh about it. I don't think I would find people of this quality at University of Colorado.


I brag to my friends about the overall sense of community that comes with on-campus life. Everyone really looks out for eachother. People are generally super nice and polite. The professors really want to see you succeed and they will bend over backwards to help you. Just walking around campus, you can tell that everyone there is proud to be a CSU Ram.


Whenever I'm asked by my friends about my school, I rave about the camaraderie and spirit there, the availability of resources, and the life both on and off campus. Everyone is so alive and full of energy and if something goes wrong, everyone bands together. There's always something to do and get involved in. The amount of resources that campus offers is amazing. From looking for jobs, to financial aid, to counseling; you name it, they've got it. They provide you with all the connections you need for now and after graduation.


CSU is ranked number three in the nation for its veterinary programs and has a very colorful history with vibrant traditions. For example, they used to require students to wear hats of different colors to represent their class level in the college between the hours of 8 AM and 5 PM, and if they didn't they would be required (though I don't think this was ever enacted) to push a peanut around the center of campus with their nose.


I am very proud of the program I am in at Colorado State. The Rockwell Business School is a competitive business school compared to the other public universities in Colorado. My professors are very successful and have led impactful careers in their fields of expertiese. I brag about my involvement in the investment clubs and oppurtunities offered by the college of business.


The thing that I love most about CSU is how friendly and helpful the people on campus are. Everywhere you go there is someone who wants to reach out and connect to someone else, which makes it a really nice place to be since there are 30,000 students that currently go there. It's nice to expand your circle of friends every day and have such happy and studious people around you all the time, it's contagious.


Colorado State University has a beautiful campus and I couldn't be happier with my decision to get a forestry degree from this university. I have never had more support from faculty and staff as I have recieved from the Warner College of Natural Resources.


I brag the most about the beautiful campus to my friends. The campus creates a small community of the thousands of CSU students, which is something I love about campus. It is not spread out across town, but it is very close to town so there is always somewhere to go. There are so many trees and a lot of places where you can sit in the grass and eat lunch or do homework or play frisbee. The atmosphere of the campus was one of the reasons I chose to go here and I love being a part of that.