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

Psychology

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

STUDENT SUCCESS

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Diversity + Inclusion

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OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

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Undergraduate Research

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Engagement

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STUDENT NEWS

15th annual Halloween show brings science and education to young minds

Oct. 27 marks this year’s “Halloween Spooktacular,” hosted by the Chemistry Club and Department of Chemistry.

CSU student wins national award for research on sustainable polymers

Blaine McCarthy receives DSM Science and Technology Award for research on making plastics in a more sustainable fashion.

Psychological Services Center and psychology research groups find new homes

Psychology department researchers moved from Sage Hall to the Behavioral Sciences Building, and the Psychological Services Center relocated from the Clark Building to Sage Hall.

Psychology graduate students win Psychonomic Society Graduate Travel Award

Sarah Myers and Kat McNeely-White, graduate students studying cognitive psychology, will be presenting research posters at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Montréal later this year as recipients of the society’s Graduate Travel Award.

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