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One of Time Magazine’s 2023 Women of Year, Masih Alinejad Iranian-American journalist, author and women’s rights activist, scheduled to speak at Colorado State University, Monday April 3rd, 2023. 

Free event, tickets are required: csutix.com

Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Talk to begin at 5:30 p.m.

No bag event.

Metal detector screening enforced.

Her film ‘Be My Voice’ will be featured at The ACT Human Rights Film Festival the day prior to her talk, Sunday, April 2nd, 4-6 at the Lyric.

Our Mission

The Office of International Programs (OIP) fosters cross-cultural understanding through high-impact learning and community engagement in support of CSU’s land grant mission.

The Office of International Programs:

  • Encourages students to experience and understand diverse cultures through education abroad experiences.
  • Provides quality services to international students and scholars.
  • Organizes classroom-based, programmatic and experiential activities, both on-campus and abroad, to provide the CSU and broader communities with relevant international and intercultural educational experiences.
  • Supports the international activities of CSU colleges, departments, and faculty to create joint research initiatives, international exchanges and other collaborative activities worldwide.
  • Establishes and manages CSU’s key strategic partnerships.


Upcoming Events

Group Education Abroad Advising for Affiliate Programs in Europe

Office of International Programs
Laurel Hall
Commons Room
700 Oval Drive, Fort Collins CO 80523

Global Careers Panel

LSC Long's Peak Room

All Events

Explore. Engage. Discover.

Find an international study, research, internship or service-learning program that fits your goals.

Become an International Ram.

You are welcome at Colorado State University. It's a place for people doing great things.

Stronger Together.

CSU's international partnerships enhance collaborative instruction, scholarship, and research for faculty and students.

By the Numbers

103 countries
represented among international students

active international partnerships

of CSU students who study abroad are racially or ethnically diverse