Bringing the World to Campus
The Office of International Programs expands the internationalization of CSU through an array of opportunities for students and faculty, both on-campus and around the world. We organize special programs and events including the International Symposium; lead efforts to internationalize curricula; support faculty partnerships and global research collaborations; and manage the Todos Santos Center, Confucius Institute, and our partnership with the Peace Corps and Semester at Sea.
Ambassador to the UN, Susan Rice
Feb 11, 2020: Susan Rice, former National Security Advisor and U.S. Ambassador to the UN, will be speaking at CSU in the Lory Student Center Grand Ballroom.
International Symposium 2020
Feb 25 - 27, 2020: The International Symposium will highlight the ways CSU students, faculty and partners add global dimensions to their teaching and learning, research and scholarship, and community engagement.
World Unity Fair 2020
March 1, 2020: A community-wide, globally-focused celebration happening at the Lory Student Center from 3 - 9 p.m.
Feb 6 -7, 2020: Celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year with musical performances at the University Center for the Arts.
Special International Activities
The Office of International Programs provides resources for faculty interested in internationalizing their courses, invites outside speakers to address the internationalization of higher education, and provides co-sponsorship to support invited guests with an international focus.
International Development Studies
Resources for Faculty
On-Campus Programs & Events
Info Session: Liberal Arts and Community Engagement in Mexico
Eddy Hall - Room 202C
Liberal Arts and Community Engagement in Mexico
Eddy Hall Room 202C
CESP Host App & Transfer Credit Form Workshop
Rockwell Hall - West Room 119