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The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations specializes in helping organizations strategically invest in CSU through targeted philanthropy, sponsorships, and programmatic support. Our office helps connect world-class researchers and innovative programs to leading regional and national grant-makers and helps businesses partner with CSU for talent, innovations, and branding.
Resources for Corporate Engagement
When working with Colorado State University, you gain more than access to world-class research and well-prepared future employees; your company has an opportunity to partner with one of the nation’s leading research universities in the areas of infectious disease, atmospheric science, clean-energy technologies, and environmental science.
Learn more about:
Strategic corporate partnerships with CSU
Intellectual property, licensing, and technology transfer through CSU Ventures
Marketing with CSU Athletics
Resources for Faculty, Staff and Grant Seekers
We help the University community advance relationships with private foundations.
Find Funding Opportunities:
Curated list of Funding opportunities, updated monthly (PDF)
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Research Acceleration Office – a great resource for complex research proposal development
Resources to help engage with corporations and foundations:
Corporate sponsorship toolkit (PDF)
Hone your grant writing with CSU Writes
Corporate and Foundation Impact
Nutrien announces $10 million long-term investment in CSU’s College of Agricultural Sciences
March 26, 2021
Colorado State University and Nutrien have entered into a strategic partnership with a primary goal: feeding the world in the most sustainable, inclusive and innovative way.
Boettcher Foundation Support Transformational to Kappeler and the Colorado Community
March 4, 2021
Krystal Kappeler (B.S., ’13) is passionate about helping our Colorado community thrive. As Boettcher Foundation’s alumni and scholarship program coordinator, she focuses on connecting current and alumni Scholars to leadership development opportunities.
W.M. Keck Foundation awards CSU $1 million to study rare sugars fundamental to biology
March 4, 2021
A multidisciplinary team including an analytical chemist, an ecosystem scientist and two microbiologists at Colorado State University have received a $1 million award from the W.M. Keck Foundation to study rare sugars found in soil.
Contact Corporate and Foundation Relations
Associate Director of Foundation Relations
Crabtree – Development Ste 200970-491-3491 email@example.com
Coordinator for Corporate and Foundation Relations
Crabtree – Development Ste 200970-491-5279 firstname.lastname@example.org