Academic and Student Affairs

Providing an engaging, holistic learning experience for Colorado State University students is the goal of Academic and Student Affairs. Gifts to our area support honors seminars, leadership retreats, undergraduate research, and a multitude of student services and experiential learning opportunities that meet the needs of our vibrant and diverse student body.

Within Academic and Student Affairs are three distinct areas that are united in their mission to provide a world-class education to our students:

The Division of Enrollment & Access provides deserving students with scholarships and financial aid that make a world-class education possible for everyone, regardless of socioeconomic background. Our land-grant mission of providing access to education is contingent upon the financial support available to our students, many of whom are the first in their families to attend college. Your gift will transform the lives of our students today, creating opportunities and possibilities for them tomorrow.

The Division of Student Affairs fosters a campus community that inspires students to be active leaders and engaged global citizens. From orientation to graduation, Student Affairs assists students with their growth and development, ensuring their success both inside and outside of the classroom. Student Affairs also provides important health and wellness programs, campus safety, and counseling services for all students. Your gift will directly impact the University experience by providing these critical programs and services.

The Office of the Provost fosters academic excellence through the Honors Program, Undergraduate Research, and the Institute for Learning and Teaching. As a comprehensive, research-intensive University, Colorado State prides itself on the quality of its undergraduate and graduate academic programs. Gifts to these and other programs within the Office of the Provost maintain the outstanding reputation of Colorado State University as a leader in teaching and research. 

For more information, contact:

Ginny Fanning
Director of Development
(970) 491-3403
virginia.fanning@colostate.edu

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