The Colorado State University Office of Engagement and Extension delivers on its land-grant mission by making the university's educational programs, services, and resources accessible to all, enabling individuals to act as agents of change and together build thriving communities across Colorado and beyond. We're at work for Coloradans across the state every day. We support individuals and communities with a broad array of programming and resources:
Educating future leaders
through 4-H youth development programs
Strengthening communities with our civic and family engagement and agribusiness education courses, conferences, and workshops
Improving health and the environment with our master gardener, nutrition education, health, and resource management initiatives
Providing access to online education and learning opportunities through CSU Online, OLLI, and our professional education courses
Leading interdisciplinary research, education, and engagement to address today's most pressing water issues in Colorado and beyond through the Colorado Water Center
Building bridges that connect academic research, community practice, and policy development to accelerate and scale conservation efforts across the continent through the innovation and programming of the Salazar Center for North American Conservation
Co-creating with communities on solutions to meet the needs of today and tomorrow.
With your support, we will continue to build thriving communities, providing the resources and opportunities that enable individuals and communities to thrive. We appreciate your support!