Undergraduate Studies Neutrinos
This physics undergrad works full-time in a lab while also mentoring other students.
STUDENT-FRIENDLY BIOLOGY BUILDING
The new building houses state-of-the-art classrooms, cutting-edge research labs, and inviting study spaces.
Undergraduate research: hacking germs and exploring career paths
This undergrad learned a lot in her experiences in and outside the lab.
LEARNING MATERIALS
The School of Advanced Materials Discovery (SAMD) is a multidisciplinary Materials Science Engineering graduate program that focuses on learning through hands-on experience with state-of-the-art instrumentation.

Welcome to the College of Natural Sciences at Colorado State University. Join our community of scientists, thinkers, and leaders. You will learn, grow, make lifelong friends, and find that discovery begins here. Where you take it next is up to you!

Majors

Applied Computing Technology

With a degree in ACT, you can be prepared to jump directly into an information technology career or start teaching computer science.

Biochemistry

Studying biochemistry empowers you to understand the foundations of life, get into the lab, and find your own big questions.

Biological Science

As a biological science major, you have the opportunity to ask big questions, solve complex problems, and find your passion.

Chemistry

As a chemistry major, you will learn from – and work with – some of the leading researchers in the field.

Computer Science

Computer Science is about finding ways to solve real-world problems through software. It is logic, math, languages – and teamwork.

Data Science

A degree in data science will empower you to jump into the growing and in-demand field, solving big, real-world problems in nearly any field.

Mathematics

A mathematics degree gives you a new understanding of the world – and a new way to make an impact in it.

Natural Sciences

A degree in natural sciences will empower you to understand the broad range of physical and mathematical sciences, becoming an expert teacher and translator. 

Neuroscience

A degree in neuroscience will not only teach you about the brain, but it will also train your brain in how to critically examine and answer complex questions.

Physics

A degree in physics is preparation for a dynamic career in a wide range of fields – from engineering to astronomy to nanotechnology to medicine. 

Psychology

As a psychology major, you will learn the science behind the reasons we think, act, and feel the way we do.

Statistics

A degree in statistics means that you are well prepared to help the world tackle some of the biggest challenges in science and business today.

Zoology

As a zoology major, you will be able to learn hands-on in the lab and in the field. You will get the hard-science background necessary to tackle issues of all scales. 

Student Success

Scholarships

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Advising

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Career Resources

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Diversity + Inclusion

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Outside the Classroom

Student Organizations

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Undergraduate Research

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Engagement

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Learning Community

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Student News

Chemistry student awarded prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Fionna Samuels to use three-year fellowship to continue studying cryoprotectant molecules

Chemistry professor, student scholars receive awards at 2019 undergraduate research showcase

Debbie Crans and eight chemistry undergraduates honored at CURC 2019

Math class teaches a computer to channel J.S. Bach

The course was Industrial Mathematics, and the students were challenged to apply a mathematical theory to a practical problem: teaching a computer to compose music with specific style, rhythm and structure parameters.

CSU graduate student examines drought tolerance of plants

Robert Griffin-Nolan, a graduate student in the Ecology Program at Colorado State University, studies drought tolerance in grasslands.

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