Colorado State University Mountain Campus

Nestled in a remote Rocky Mountain valley sits the CSU Mountain Campus
Experience the thrill of a lifetime on our Giant Swing!
World-class recreation opportunities await
Warm fall days welcome guests with open arms.
Surrounded by Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forest, the Mountain Campus is home a variety of wildlife.

Live and work in a secluded Rocky Mountain valley at 9,000ft in Northern Colorado for Colorado State University!

Colorado State University's 1,600-acre Mountain Campus in a remote Rocky Mountain valley at 9,000 ft. 50 miles west of Fort Collins, CO, is a site for student learning, conferences, workshops, meetings, mountain research and retreats. The Mountain Campus exists to serve the Colorado State University community and the surrounding region. The campus is open from Mid-May to Mid-October.

1,600 acre campus nestled in a beautiful, secluded mountain valley at 9,000 ft. (2,743m) 50 miles West of Fort Collins, CO and near the Northern border of Rocky Mountain National Park.

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