Welcome Veterans!

Whether you are active duty military, a member of our National Guard or Reserves, a spouse or family member with a loved one in the military, a retired service member, or have left the service and are looking forward to the next chapter in your life, CSU is here to help.

CSU is committed to helping you hone your talents, drive, and goals into marketable, in-demand, professional skills to accelerate job opportunities and your transition into a sustainable career.

For 145 years, CSU has served those who have served our nation, and we are currently home to 1,550 student-veterans and military education benefit users.

With more than 20 faculty and staff members and numerous programs and offices on campus dedicated to partnering with student-veterans, we have created a culture of respect and campus immersion that includes:

  • Financial guidance and counseling, including bridging any GI Tuition Assistance Bill funding gaps
  • Layers of support and teamwork throughout the education process
  • Outstanding career counseling and placement services
  • Individualized programs that address physical, mental, and emotional challenges

Colorado State University is dedicated to ensuring that you reach your educational, career, and personal goals. If you have any questions about how we can help, please don’t hesitate to contact either of us:

Resources from Veterans Symposium

October 24-25, 2016
Colorado State University


StoryCorps visited the Colorado State campus in the spring of 2016.

As Veteran’s Day approaches, the stories of these veterans and their families offer a glimpse into the sacrifices they made while serving. In partnership with StoryCorps, KUNC presents a series of unique and powerful stories told by Colorado veterans and their families.

Hear their stories – the Voices of Veterans on KUNC.

Col. Mark Gill, USAF, retired
Chief of Staff to CSU President Tony Frank
(970) 491-6211

Maggie Walsh
Assistant Chief of Staff
Director Veteran Initiatives
(970) 491-6231