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Experience what life as a Business Ram is like at Colorado State University
Three business students take a walk through campus

Business can play a pivotal role in shaping the world around us and improving our communities. In our innovative and collaborative environment on CSU’s campus in Fort Collins, our students discover their interests, explore industry-leading concepts and focus their studies on one of our 10 concentrations that let them merge their academic passions with their career goals.

Ready to Explore What CSU's College of Business Has to Offer?

The College is spread out across three buildings on the north side of CSU’s campus: Rockwell Hall, Rockwell West and Rockwell North. Here, you'll find high-tech classrooms and labs, comfortable and contemporary study spaces, a relaxing courtyard and even an on-site coffee shop.

Prospective undergraduate students and their families have several ways to experience life as a Biz Ram while visiting CSU’s campus:

  • College of Business tour and information session –  Join us for a 30-minute, student-led tour to get a student's perspective of – and personal experiences with – the College of Business, then attend 30-minute appointment with a recruitment coordinator to get an overview of our college, including admission requirements, concentrations and curriculum.  
  • Class sit-in – Experience a college classroom in the specific field you are interested in.  
  • Meet with a College of Business student – Make a connection with a student who's in the concentration you're interested in exploring and see what life could be like here.

For more information, reach out to our undergraduate recruiting team today!

To schedule a comprehensive CSU tour or find other University information, visit CSU's Admissions website.

Getting Here

We are located near the intersection of West Laurel and Sherwood streets. Get directions to Rockwell Hall.


Free, two-hour street parking is available north of Laurel Street, but open spaces can be hard to find when classes are in session. A pay-to-park lot for visitors is located just south of Rockwell Hall.