How I chose my major: Engineering
How I chose my major: Engineering
Read on to meet Sami, a CSU engineering major, and learn how she decided engineering was a perfect fit for her dreams and goals.
Sami Fischer, ambassador
Putting the M in Colorado A&M
Putting the M in Colorado A&M
The college has graduated more than 20,000 students since the 1880s and now boasts annual research expenditures of $80 million and seven departments.
Fall 2019 college faculty and staff award winners
Celebrating our fall 2019 college faculty and staff award winners

Award winners from the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering are recognized for outstanding achievements and overall excellence throughout the college.

Graduate training program integrating food, energy, water welcomes its first students
Graduate training program integrating food, energy, water welcomes its first students

A new program at Colorado State University is working to break down those traditional barriers by integrating research and training for graduate students in the food-energy-water nexus.

Engineering Experience

Resources for Current Students

Find information about engineering, campus, and online resources.
 
Visit the Current Students page for a full list of resources.

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Congratulations to our 2019 GradShow winners!

Read more about the event on Source.

Sid Jain – School of Biomedical Engineering
Sid Jain – School of Biomedical Engineering

Great Minds in Research

1st Place for $250

  • Katie DeRose – Mechanical Engineering

2nd Place for $150

  • Abdelrahman Abdallah – Civil and Environmental Engineering

Honorable Mention for $100

  • Audrey Beattie – Mechanical Engineering
  • Jimmy Johnson – Mechanical Engineering
  • Hailey Summers – Mechanical Engineering

CSU Ventures Drivers of Innovation
Platinum award for $500

  • Mitchell Page – Mechanical Engineering

Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering – Excellence in Research

$250 award

  • Sohaib Habiballah – Chemical and Biological Engineering
  • Sid Jain – School of Biomedical Engineering
  • Tara Wigmosta – School of Biomedical Engineering

Schedule a Tour or Visit

Visit the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering.
Take a tour with one of our engineering student ambassadors.
Email us your questions.
Attend an engineering event.
Connect with us through social media. 

Diversity and Inclusion

The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering is a global institution, working to solve complex problems
and preparing the next generation of leaders and innovative engineers. We value diversity and
support inclusion, and we believe that diversity in our college strengthens the entire
scientific and engineering community.

Principles of Community

The Principles of Community support the Colorado State University mission and vision of access, research, teaching, service and engagement.

A collaborative, and vibrant community is a foundation for learning, critical inquiry, and discovery. Therefore, each member of the CSU community has a responsibility to uphold these principles when engaging with one another and acting on behalf of the University.

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Faith, Belief and Religious Observances

This calendar was created to highlight the wide diversity of holiday, belief and faith traditions being celebrated by CSU students, faculty and staff and in our community. It was initiated through the President’s Commission on Diversity and Inclusion, and serves as an evolving resource to meet the needs of faith and belief literacy on CSU’s campus.

CSU Land Acknowledgment

Colorado State University’s land acknowledgment is a statement crafted by a variety of Indigenous faculty and staff, as well as other officials at CSU.

The statement recognizes the long history of Native peoples and nations that lived and stewarded the land where the university now resides. The land acknowledgment statement also maintains the connection Native people and nations still have to this land.

News

Research

Researchers from the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering are at the forefront of solutions for global challenges in water, health, energy, and the environment. We discover technologies, standards, methods, products, and processes that improve the world we live in.

Departments and programs within the College have dedicated areas on their own websites for research, featuring in-depth information on projects.

Centers and Labs

Located on- and off-campus, the College’s centers and labs make cutting-edge research possible, and facilitate practical, hands-on learning experiences for students.

Facts & Figures

3,359

Total Students
Fall 2018

2,683

Undergraduate Students
Fall 2018

676

Graduate Students
Fall 2018