- Food & Drink
- Meetings & Events
CSU is only a few blocks from downtown so take time to explore the campus!
A Walk Across Campus
CSU is a beautiful campus. The buildings, the tree-lined CSU Oval, and the wide-open view of the foothills from the Lory Student Center make a walk across Campus one of the first things to do. Get acquainted through a virtual tour and then head to campus for a self-guided tour.
Music and Arts
The University Center for the Arts houses the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art, the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising, and the Department of Art and Art History. This is a true treasure in the community and there is a wide range of events to attend, some of them for free.
The CSU Trial Garden is a local favorite and definitely a place you must see on your tour of the campus. The Garden is home to live horticulture research and is planted with annuals May through October. It’s a wonderful place to stroll through in the summer to enjoy a variety of flowers, an array of colors, and a wonderful fragrance.
You may not think of it, but many of the dining areas on campus are open to the public. In addition to the Lory Student Center, CSU welcomes the public to come and eat at the following: student-operated Aspen Grill, Ram’s Horn at the Academic Village, and Durrell Dining Center. Check out the hours of operations and locations.
Campus Events and CSU Athletics
The community has access to a wide variety of CSU events including world-renowned speakers, workshops, and even opportunities to visit academic departments when they host an Open House.
If you’re a sports fan, check out the schedules for Volleyball, Basketball, Football, Track and Field, and more.
You can see why Fort Collins is so fortunate to have Colorado State University as part of the community. Plan a visit while you’re here. You can take the MAX bus line for easy access to and from the campus. The closest MAX bus stop is just ½ block from The Armstrong on Mason Street.