The Colorado State University System comprises three campuses. CSU’s flagship campus in Fort Collins is the only land-grant institution in the state, with a student body of more than 30,000. CSU-Pueblo is a federally designated Hispanic-Serving Institution, serving nearly 5,000 students. CSU-Global Campus is the nation’s first independent, 100 percent online public university.

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A variety of grants and scholarships are available to incoming CSU students, including awards which require an additional application and awards which do not. More information on scholarships and other forms of financial aid is available for each campus.

Cost of attendance at CSU System institutions is dependent upon a variety of factors, including number of credit hours, academic status, and living situation. Click below for campus-specific information on tuition, fees, and cost of living estimates.

CSU offers a wide range of majors and concentrations, as illustrated below.

For more information, visit admissions.colostate.edu/academics, or see the academic offerings at CSU-Pueblo and CSU-Global Campus.

CSU and CSU-Pueblo offer free campus tours for prospective students. Schedule your tour in Fort Collins or Pueblo today!

For bilingual admissions info, please contact Suzie Duarte at suzie.duarte@colostate.edu or click here.