Colorado State University planted it roots in 1870 and has been a key part to the Fort Collins community ever since. Known for its picturesque front range views, historic Old Town, vibrant restaurants, and exciting community activities, Fort Collins is the perfect home for Colorado State University. Colorado State University has a variety of attractions and events which makes it a destination in itself. In fact, CSU was recently recognized as one of the Top Campuses Worth Traveling For by FlipKey by TripAdvisor.
Plan Your Visit
- Campus Attractions
- Ammons Hall Welcome Center
- The Welcome Center serves as the university’s official front door for our visitors and friends. The center offers general information about campus and the Fort Collins community, along with admissions information for prospective students and their families, including daily information sessions and campus tours for prospective and admitted students.
- Lory Student Center
- Calendar of Events
Explore Fort Collins
Fort Collins is a city of 150,000 located 60 miles north of Denver. “The Fort” seems to have something for just about everyone – several shopping malls, hundreds of restaurants, multiple movie complexes, a regional cultural center, natural areas, miles of bike trails, and cozy coffee houses – right here in town. And for outdoor enthusiasts, camping, hiking, snow boarding, downhill and cross-country skiing to rafting, fishing, and water skiing are all within a short drive.