CSU is actively seeking strategic partnerships for the University’s work at the National Western Center. Community is core to CSU’s plans at the National Western Center, and the feedback of neighbors, area businesses, and nonprofits plays a critical role in creating a space that honors heritage and fosters innovation. The National Western Citizens Advisory Committee is made up of local residents who helped shape the site’s Master Plan.
The University has already formed partnerships with Denver Water, the Denver Dumb Friends League, and Together We Grow.
CSU has a long-standing commitment to the neighborhoods and organizations in the areas surrounding the future CSU Campus at the National Western Center. The University has developed more than 15 partnerships with local organizations and schools, and has taken the approach of getting to know – and listening to – the community, supporting the multitude of assets in the community already, and responding as possible to community requests.
CSU’s programming in the community to-date is reflective of the offerings the University will have at the future CSU Campus at the National Western Center.