Hello. Welcome to the College of Business. There’s so much to see and learn, here. Come for a campus visit to experience what it’s like to be a Business Ram.

Rockwell halls are home to the College of Business. Our three buildings – Rockwell Hall, Rockwell West, and Rockwell North – also are fondly known as Classic Rock, New Rock, and Third Rock, respectively. Here, you'll find high tech classrooms and labs, comfortable and contemporary study spaces, a relaxing courtyard, and even an on-site coffee shop.

Please visit us! Future students and their families, alumni, past employees, business partners, and friends of the college are encouraged to see what we are all about. 

To learn more about a comprehensive CSU tour and other university information, please visit CSU's Admissions website.

Undergraduate

Prospective undergraduate students and their families are encouraged to visit the college. You have a number of options to tailor your time with us.

  • Prospective appointment – Join us for a 30-minute appointment with an academic business advisor to get an overview of our college, admission requirements, and  concentration/curriculum overview. 
  • Class sit-in – Experience a college classroom in the specific field you are interested in
  • Student-led College of Business tour – Get a student's perspective of – and personal experiences with – the College of Business during a tour. 
  • Lunch with a College of Business student – Make a connection with a College of Business student over a bite to eat to see what life could be like here.

Graduate

We hope you will schedule a campus visit to tour our facilities and meet in person. Please contact us so we can set up a visit that works for you.

Contact

Undergraduate Programs
undergradinfo@business.colostate.edu
(970) 491-5103
110 Rockwell Hall - West
Graduate Programs

Getting Here

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

Parking

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.