CSU campus

Campus life

Something for everyone on campus

No matter your interests, you’ll find something to suit every need at Colorado State University. Our campus offers nationally recognized facilities for sports, faith, student organizations and clubs. From the renowned Lory Student Center to the brand-new Student Recreation Center, everything you need for a well-rounded student experience is at your fingertips.

Follow your faith

At CSU, we take pride in having students from all cultures and religious backgrounds. We want you to feel as comfortable as possible exploring your spiritual beliefs in a nurturing environment. There are more than 30 organizations devoted to spirituality to help you pursue your faith. The CSU Health Network also offers a great support system for students in search of spiritual guidance.

Recreation center

Nationally ranked recreation center

Stay fit with school spirit

Whether you want to play or watch, sporting options are limitless on campus. As a student, you get free entrance for all Rams sporting events. Support the green and gold as they compete at the highest collegiate level in basketball, football (American style), soccer, volleyball and dozens of other sports.

If you want to get in the game, head to our brand-new, award-winning Student Recreation Center. It's ranked in the top 15 most amazing student rec centers in the country. Play intramural games, attend free classes or just get in a good workout. To really enjoy everything the area has to offer, check out the Outdoor Program, which provides guided wilderness trips, clinics and classes.

CSU Health Network

Medical and mental support to students on campus

Happy, healthy students

Keeping you healthy on campus is a top priority. The CSU Health Network offers medical, mental health, education and prevention services for all students. You also have access to International Student Care Coordinators who are specially trained to assist international students with the American health care system. The group works to address your health care concerns, answer questions and connect you to the resources you need. If you do get sick, the CSU Health Center is here to help.

A number of immunizations are required. All are available at the CSU Health Center but immunizations are often less expensive in your home country than they are in the US. There could be a cost depending on your insurance.

We want you safe no matter where you go. Safewalk is a free service for students. They are CSU students who will walk with you any place on or near campus. Blue Light Emergency Phones are located around campus for communication with Campus Police, which can provide additional services such as personal escorts and building access assistance.