Colorado State University Campus at the National Western Center
Colorado State University is a key partner in the reimagining of the National Western Center, a combined 250-acre site near Interstates 70 and 25, that is a planned year-round educational and entertainment hub for the city.
Colorado State University is one of five partners — including the City and County of Denver, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, History Colorado, and the National Western Stock Show — that have come together to create a shared vision for the future of the National Western Stock Show Complex site as part of the Mayor’s North Denver Cornerstone Collaborative Initiative.
“I believe that assisting in attaining this vision for the NWC is not only fully aligned with the mission of and our vision for the second 150 years of Colorado State University, I believe that helping to attain this vision may well be critical to the long-term vibrancy of our university and the educational system of which it is a part,” said Colorado State University System Chancellor Tony Frank.
The CSU Campus focuses on health, environment, energy, water, and food within its three buildings: the Water Building, Animal Health Complex, and Food and Agriculture Center. What’s inside the buildings will bring together the brightest minds, inspire the next generation, and change the world.