Take a University Tour
Contact the admissions office in order to set up a university tour. There are different opportunities
depending on the type of student you are so check out their website and see what’s offered.
Visit the CNS Learning Community
The College of Natural Sciences has a dedicated learning community for students in select majors.
Students in the learning community live in select residence halls in addition to other benefits. You can find more information about the CNS Learning Community.
You can also contact Lisa Dysleski, the director of the CNS Learning community to ask more questions or set up a time to tour the community.
Many of these places may be stops on the university tour given by the Admissions office but they may
be worth exploring on your own time – the Morgan Library, The Lory Student Center, the Rec Center and
TILT (office for tutoring).
Parking at CSU
When parking on campus, a valid permit is required in all lots. Signs in each lot designate which type of
permit is required. Short term parking and day passes are available. For more information about parking
on campus, online visit www.parking.colostate.edu
Old Town Fort Collins
Old Town Fort Collins is just north of the university and a popular place among students and locals. In
addition to the occurrence of seasonal events, there are a lot of great restaurants and shops in the older
part of town. If you have time to kill, it’s worth walking around to get the jist of Fort Collins life.