The Great Experiment: CSU at 150

The full-length documentary about the history of CSU The Great Experiment: CSU at 150, will air on Rocky Mountain PBS. More details will be posted on the station’s online programming schedule.

CSU Spirit Day

This is what Homecoming is all about! It’s more than a football game; it’s more than a parade; it’s more than a bonfire. It’s the common green thread that holds us together as a community of Stalwart Rams, and today, we celebrate that! So break out all that is green and gold and sport your Ram Pride loud! Then, share it with us on social using #CSUHomecoming. Be sure to tag us too on Instagram and Facebook! Ram gear need a refresh? Check out our exclusive Fanatics Homecoming shop and treat yourself to celebrate!

ACT Human Rights Film Festival

Colorado State University’s 5th ACT Human Rights Film Festival is online October 1 – 10, 2020. ACT presents empowering stories of resilience, bravery, and hope from around the world. Join the film festival from anywhere in the United States to access 21 films, the chance to connect with filmmakers, and more.

ACT Human Rights Film Festival

Colorado State University’s 5th ACT Human Rights Film Festival is online October 1 – 10, 2020. ACT presents empowering stories of resilience, bravery, and hope from around the world. Join the film festival from anywhere in the United States to access 21 films, the chance to connect with filmmakers, and more.

Homecoming (Virtual) 5K Race

Strap on your running shoes and complete 3.1 miles at any time between Oct. 1-3. Runners will receive an exclusive 40th Annual Homecoming 5K Race shirt, and all proceeds go to The Fit Cancer program – a supportive, group-based, exercise program uniquely tailored to the needs of each cancer survivor.

Homecoming (Virtual) 5K Race

Strap on your running shoes and complete 3.1 miles at any time between Oct. 1-3. Runners will receive an exclusive 40th Annual Homecoming 5K Race shirt, and all proceeds go to The Fit Cancer program – a supportive, group-based, exercise program uniquely tailored to the needs of each cancer survivor.

Do Something Homecoming

Involvement looks different this year. Showcase how you are doing things at CSU. You make up an important part of the Ram Community and we want to highlight you this Homecoming, and the school you call home. 1.Grab your registered student organization (including fraternities, sororities, sport clubs and hall councils) the week before Homecoming and plan a design to chalk around campus. You can pick up chalk from the SLiCE office located at LSC 210 Monday-Thursday between 10am-2pm. 2.Create a design around the themes of: a. How your organization contributes to “Do Something CSU” b. How you are building community during this time c. How you engage and invite others to engage around shared interests d. Other related ideas! 3. Following COVID precautions, chalk your design around campus between September 28 and October 3. 4. Upload your design to Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter using #DoSomethingCSU and #CSUHomecoming 2020. Be sure you include your RSO’s name for marketing and recruitment! 5. Encourage your peers to vote on your design by liking the images. We will award prizes for top three designs including being featured on Colorado State University’s Instagram!

ACT Human Rights Film Festival

Colorado State University’s 5th ACT Human Rights Film Festival is online October 1 – 10, 2020. ACT presents empowering stories of resilience, bravery, and hope from around the world. Join the film festival from anywhere in the United States to access 21 films, the chance to connect with filmmakers, and more.

Threads of Our Community: A History of the Avenir Museum

Learn about the people who helped grow our collection and build our museum in this exhibition about the collective, community-supported history of a museum whose name, in French, means “future.” A virtual exhibit in collaboration with the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising and CSU Libraries. This exhibit will go live October 2nd but can be viewed for the remainder of the Academic Year. This project has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities.