Colorado State University’s continued enrollment growth brings together increasingly large classes of incoming first-year students every year, adding to the diversity of its campus and student body.
The start of the holiday season means the countdown to the end of the fall semester for Colorado State University students.
While most first or second-year students opt for an on-campus meal plan to help with the transition to college, even some third and fourth-year students find that meal plans are a convenient, cost-effective way to plan meals while avoiding the hassle and expense of grocery shopping and cooking.
As students get settled back on campus for the start of the semester, many find themselves looking to explore the social and student organizations on campus that serve an important role in fostering a true college experience.
With students returning to campus this month, many first-year students are experiencing life on a college campus for the first time.
Colorado State University’s flagship campus in Fort Collins is bursting at the seams with new construction to keep up with continued enrollment growth.
At 165,000 people, Fort Collins is the largest city in Larimer County, Colorado and the fourth largest city in the state.
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