Category: Ask an Ambassador

4 Tips to Have A Fun & Successful Orientation

Flags flying at Colorado State Univeristy

Ram Orientation has kicked off! Orientation is fun and exciting but can be stressful. Here are our tips on how to have an awesome experience at your Ram Orientation.

What Should I Do After Ram Orientation?

Engineering Science

Now that you’ve gone through Ram Orientation, it’s time to start thinking about the fall.

Online Ram Orientation: Frequently Asked Questions

Sunset over the rec center on CSU's campus

Ram Orientation is coming up and you might have questions before you meet with us virtually on your orientation date. Guess what! We have answers. Here are the top eight questions students have before Ram Orientation. #1 Will I register for classes? Absolutely! During Ram Orientation you’ll have the chance to meet with advising staff […]

What’s the Deal with Internships?

CSU civil engineering intern and other interns on site

What’s the Deal with Internships? When you hear the word “intern,” what comes to mind? Perhaps you think of Parks and Recreation and the apathetic college recruit, sitting at a desk and popping her gum with disinterest. Maybe you imagine someone giving their unpaid time to a thankless summer job of making copies and taking […]

How to Balance Life as an Engineer

Engineering students balance on an activity at CSU's mountain campus

How to Balance Life as an Engineer In the “Ask an Ambassador” blog, we showcase the experiences of real CSU students in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering. Read on to meet Kate, a CSU engineering major, and learn what she recommends to balance life as an engineer. Diving into Engineering Engineering is not […]

Plan Your Visit to Campus and the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Students in front of Academic Village on campus.

Plan Your Visit to Campus and the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering Whether you are just beginning your college search or finishing up applications, visiting campus is a great way to decide if the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering feels like home! Here are a few fun and informative opportunities to consider as […]

Want to Study Abroad as an Engineer?

mauri richards

Want to Study Abroad as an Engineer? HELLO ALL! My name is Mauri Richards and I am in my fourth year studying Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University. I have been extremely fortunate with a multitude of experiences in college. If I told myself in senior year of high school that I would […]

What to do in Fort Collins

Fort Fun in Old Town, Fort Collins

Looking for fun things to do in Fort Collins? Check out this list of some of our favorite spots!

My Experience in the Hospital

My experience in the hospital My name is Jarrod Cornejo, and I am a Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering student at CSU! I spent seven weeks last summer working at the Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland, Colorado. I worked for a week in each of the below hospital modalities learning just how surgeons, physicians, […]

Putting the “Colorado State” in CSU

Zach Kugler

My name is Zach Kugler and I am a senior engineering student at Colorado State and I am pursuing a double major in Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering. As the term goes, I was born and raised in Colorado where a large majority of my family was raised and currently resides. I grew up in […]