Colorado State University (CSU) is home to the College of Agricultural Sciences and Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. In the context of a changing climate, we meet global challenges in food safety, food security, wellness, and economic prosperity through the sustainable use of natural resources. In alignment with the University’s foundational land-grant mission, we excel by integrating intentional discovery, inclusive learning, and collaborative engagement. Anyone is welcome to take a seat at the table to learn, grow, discover, and make a positive impact on the world together. Learn more at https://agsci.colostate.edu/.
The College of Agricultural Sciences encompasses five departments: Agricultural Biology, Agricultural and Resource Economics, Animal Sciences, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, and Soil and Crop Sciences.
Over 1,800 students pursue undergraduate degrees through 11 fields of study offered by the five departments. An additional 290 students pursue MS and PhD level education under the direction of college faculty.
The college enjoys state-of-art facilities, including the recently renovated Nutrien Agricultural Sciences Building, Animal Sciences building and JBS Global Food Innovation Center, Temple Grandin Equine Center, CoBank Center for Agricultural Education, and Horticulture Center and Plant Growth Facilities. Outstanding opportunities exist for the college to strengthen its urban presence and engagement with public and private sectors through the CSU Spur Campus where college assets are co-located to provide world-class research and education in areas of water, food, sustainability, and health. Colorado State University and the College of Agricultural Sciences have extensive reach throughout the state of Colorado, as demonstrated by its network of 11 Agricultural Experiment Station Research Centers and CSU Extension presence in all 64 counties.