With a fall 2011 enrollment of 30,450 students, CSU offers a variety of highly sought-after degree programs, including engineering, energy research, business, veterinary sciences, bioscience and other disciplines. The university awarded 6,176 degrees in 2011.
CSU was recently ranked 128th of 262 national universities in the U.S. News and World Report’s rankings of “America’s Best Colleges and Universities.”
The most-recent economic impact report on CSU found that the university’s Colorado-based alumni – about 90,000 at the time the report was produced – accounted for more than $4.1 billion in household income, representing 3.1 percent of Colorado’s total household income.
CSU, according to the report, generates more than $300 million in annual research expenditures.
CSU President Tony Frank has established environmentally friendly initiatives as one of the core missions of the university.
The result was that CSU achieved the highest score