Information for current engineering students, including campus and online resources, financial aid, and commencement.
Our students are one of our greatest assets. You never fail to impress us as you strive for excellence, work collaboratively, and take on challenging societal problems. We want to help you reach your academic goals and transition smoothly into the engineering profession!
The engineering program at Colorado State offers a curriculum that combines classroom learning with engineering practice. Our goal is to help our graduate students build the engineering skills to obtain leadership positions in advanced technology fields. Our faculty members display academic excellence across diverse fields converging on many research areas working side-by-side with graduate students.
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Colorado State came into existence as part of Abraham Lincoln’s vision to make a university education available to every American. President Lincoln signed the Morrill Act, which was, and is, to enable all citizens of the United States to participate in and to contribute to the nation’s economic and social progress. The values embodied in the land-grant act are the foundation for what we do.
The Dean, faculty, and staff of the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering congratulate you on your upcoming graduation from Colorado State University!
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Find commencement times and locations, information on how to pick up your cap and gown, day-of guidelines, and more.