Where inspiration flourishes.
Bricks and mortar don't make a university, but they can provide a setting in which inspiration, imagination, and determination can flourish.
New facilities and upgrades to classrooms, laboratories, and performance spaces, including access to rapidly changing technology, help prepare our students for the 21st-century workplace while maintaining the integrity and beauty of the historic Colorado State University campus.
The University also is committed to using sustainable materials and practices in its construction and renovations.
Among recent projects at Colorado State:
- The Behavioral Sciences Building, which includes high-definition lecture halls and 3-D-capable classrooms.
- The Computer Science Building, which offers three main labs, including one that is available to students 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- An addition to Rockwell Hall in the College of Business, which features high-tech classrooms, student team rooms for collaborative learning, and a financial data lab replicating a Wall Street trading room.
- Renovation of the Industrial Sciences Building into a Preconstruction Center. The building, part of the Construction Management program, was collaboratively funded and built by construction industry partners.
- The Academic and Training Center, which features a state-of-the-art weight room, private tutoring rooms, and a computer lab.
Help give our students access to state-of-the-art technologies and facilities where they can prepare for the 21st-century workplace.