CSU Exchange Partner Information
Why Choose CSU?
- CSU ranked in the top tier of public and private universities in U.S. News and World Report rankings of America’s Best Colleges and Universities.
- CSU enrolls undergraduates from all 50 states in the U.S. and 79 foreign countries
Where? Fort Collins, Colorado
- Population: 161,000
- 100 Kilometers north of Denver
- Average sunny days per year: 300
- Fort Collins was ranked first in “Best Places to Live in America” in 2006 by Money Magazine
When can I attend the exchange program?
Students who are nominated by their home institution may choose to study at CSU for one semester (August -December or January-May), an academic year (August – May), or a calendar year (January – December).
Will class credits transfer?
The Reciprocal Exchange program allows you to take classes at CSU that will transfer back to your home University. While all classes are not guaranteed to be open, there are hundreds of classes to choose from over a wide variety of disciplines.
Where will you live?
At CSU, you can choose from a full range of living options that speak directly to your interests. Students accepted into the Reciprocal Exchange program are responsible for arranging their own housing. We strongly advise you to arrange your living accommodations before you arrive in Fort Collins.
There are 13 residence halls at CSU with meal plan options.
“I learned so many things about myself and met some great people. It is a great program if you want to experience a great state with great people and a high level of education.”
University of Tasmania
Single and family apartments available in four complexes
Residential Learning Communities
An integrated academic and social learning experience in a residence hall setting.
Living Off Campus
Students find housing in the Fort Collins Community.
What will you study?
Colorado State offers more than 150 undergraduate programs in eight colleges. Eligible students enroll as full-time students, taking 12-15 credits (4-5 classes) per semester or a minimum of 3-6 credits during a summer session.