There are around 24 International Student Organizations which represent the students and their respective cultures.
Visit the International Student Organizations Page to learn more about what organizations and clubs there are.
COISA is the student organization for all international students, where people from every corner of the globe, and every language and every culture can unite on projects that help internationalize CSU. With over 100 nationalities represented on campus, we hope to offer all of them the chance to share their culture with others at CSU and in Fort Collins, and to build cross-cultural relationships across the many cultures at CSU. Anyone is welcome to join and get involved!
Visit the COISA Page to learn more.
The Fort Collins International Center (FCIC) is a non-profit community organization for those eager to learn about and share the riches of our world’s cultures one person at a time. Since 1967, volunteers have been providing the Fort Collins area with programs and activities designed to build friendships and develop understanding among people from around the world. The Office of International Programs recognizes Fort Collins International Center as our official volunteer organization. Together we support international students, their families and the broader community with various programs.
Visit the Fort Collins International Center Page to learn more.
The Cultural Mentor Team is a group of U.S. American and international student volunteers who have been trained to assist new international students with their adjustment to the U.S., on everything from finding housing to tips about Fort Collins to cultural adjustment.
Don’t have a cultural mentor? Visit the Cultural Mentor Page to learn more.
Interested in being a cultural mentor yourself? Visit the Becoming a Cultural Mentor Page here.