Future Students

You love taking things apart and putting them back together.
You dream of space and its endless possibilities.
You want to solve real-life problems for people
who need your ingenuity to save lives.

Engage your curiosity.

Diode Pump Yb:YAG Chirped pulse amplification system is used for research at Colorado State University’s Laboratory for Advanced Lasers and Extreme Photonics, July 22, 2019.

Check out our Undergraduate Programs page to search majors and departments by keywords, career choices, and interests.

The Walter Scott Jr. College of Engineering's senior students explain their senior design projects at the 2022 E-Day celebration. April 22, 2022

Our Undergraduate Programs page has information specifically for transfer students and competitive major requirements.

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Tours and Visits

For future students, there’s nothing like walking up the big staircase in the Scott Building, asking questions during a live tour with an engineering ambassador, or talking with current students about their engineering projects.

Book a tour!

Our Custom Visit Day tours and events will give you a better understanding of the admissions process, our location, academic programs, and student life at Colorado State. Engage with current engineering students and ask questions about their CSU experience.

Our Student Ambassadors

Our student ambassadors live the engineering life every day, and are the perfect people to answer questions about the engineering experience. The ambassadors give tours of our buildings, offer advice to future students, and are available for any questions about the College. 

Get more information about all of our ambassdors

Before you take a tour of the college, find out what our ambassadors' interests are, their majors, and more on our Ambassadors page!

Engineering Residential Learning Community

Imagine living among other students on campus, surrounded by peers building a strong community. Being a part of the College community, at Colorado State University and in Fort Collins, offers an experience like no other.

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Academic Village

Open to first-year engineering students only.

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Academic Support Services

Peer mentoring
Nightly tutoring (Sunday-Thursday)
Weekly advising drop-in hours
Live-in “Faculty-in-Residence” and Graduate Academic Coaches
Access to engineering Resident Assistant

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RESOURCES

Design studios
Collaborative work rooms
Electronic classroom
Engineering Network Services Help Desk

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Complete the general housing application on the housing website
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Incoming first-year students must also complete a separate RLC application

Questions?

E-mail Chasen.Jackson@colostate.edu