Located in Baja
California Sur, Mexico, the CSU Todos Santos Center serves as Colorado State University's
international hub, providing research and educational opportunities in
alignment with existing University curricula.
Advancing CSU's mission of
teaching, research, service, and outreach, the Center collaborates with Mexican
universities and organizations and provides workshops and programs for
visitors and local residents. Each year, about 2,500 people from the local
community attend workshops and events, nearly 1,600 animals are helped through
vaccinations and spaying/neutering, and more than 160 Colorado State University
students visit the CSU Todos Santos Center.
Gifts to the Todos Santos Center
fund support CSU's vision in Todos Santos to cultivate generations of global
citizens and to partner in the creation of thriving communities through
experiential learning and the exchange of knowledge.
Gifts to the College of
Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Todos Santos program fund support
the college's Veterinary Student Externship. Fourth-year veterinary students
gain experience in spay and neuter surgery, livestock handling, public health
programs, research themes, education, and culture within an international