Colorado State University is committed to enhancing its diversity through the inclusion of individuals reflective of characteristics such as: age, culture, different ideas and perspectives, disability, ethnicity, first generation status, familial status, gender identity and expression, geographic background, marital status, national origin, race, religious and spiritual beliefs, sex, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and veteran status. The University’s commitment to diversity is a longstanding one that reflects the essential functions of a diverse community, spanning international boundaries, plays in the furtherance of its role and mission as a land-grant institution.


Diversity efforts recognized by Minority Access Inc.

Fauna Hodel speaks at the 2015 Diversity Symposium. September 25, 2015

Colorado State University’s commitment to diversity at all levels of the institution has been recognized as a role model by Minority Access Inc., which is dedicated to improving the recruitment, retention and enhancement of minorities on campuses and in the workplace.

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Principles of Community

The Fort Collins and Colorado State University community celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., January 18, 2016.

The Principles of Community point the way for shared campus values.

Principles of Community Statement PDF

Diversity Inventory Initiative: Cataloging Diversity

Students walking on the Oval, CSU campus.07-17-08

We are calling on all campus units to access the Diversity Inventory website and submit their activities. The Inventory is a comprehensive catalog of projects, programs, events, seminars, grants, research projects, etc., both new and historic, related to the University’s broad concept of diversity and inclusion.


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