Get Involved

GET INVOLVED

Get involved with the College of Liberal Arts today. You can make an impact by:
  • giving your time, talent, treasure, or testimony
  • connecting with the college
  • becoming a member
  • attending an event

MAKE AN IMPACT

WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

Time

Be part of the liberal arts conversation by joining the Great Conversations program, or help move human rights forward as a volunteer for the ACT Human Rights Film Festival.

Talent

Share your expertise and experience with the next generation of Rams. Explore current opportunities to engage through the Straayer Center for Public Service Leadership or the CSU Alumni Media Festival.

Treasure

Your philanthropic support has a substantial impact on our students, faculty, programs, and facilities.

Make a gift online today.

Testimony

Have a special CSU story? Share it with us. Help us spread the word about the College of Liberal Arts on your social media channels.

EVENTS

CONNECT

READ STORIES, FOLLOW ON SOCIAL, & VISIT CAMPUS

    • Come back to campus! Take a tour around campus and visit your home department.

The pursuit of a passion inspires a legacy gift

Although Susan Metzger grew up in a piano-playing family, it was four decades before her latent musical aspirations found expression and eventually led her to Colorado State University. To help students realize their dreams, she recently made a $2 million planned gift to create two scholarships for undergraduate or graduate students studying viola or piano.

Alumni Give Voice to Students Who Might Not Have One

Liberal Arts alumni provide voice to students from rural or underrepresented communities by creating scholarships.

Honoring a maestro’s legacy

Maestro Wes Kenney is retiring this spring after 20 years of conducting at CSU.

Alumna creates scholarship for student facilitators in public deliberation

When Linda Cates – a two-time alumna and long-time donor – learned about the Center for Public Deliberation in 2014 she immediately wanted to support students who were learning deliberative dialogue skills – much-needed skills in today’s society. 

Encouraging Creative Writers: Former faculty support graduate students in the English department

Several former faculty in the creative writing program at CSU are investing in the next generation of creative writers by funding fellowships that support those students who do not have a GTA position. 

An International Perspective: Faculty Donors Support Students Becoming Global Citizens

Emeriti faculty Jim Boyd and Sue Ellen Markey embody the term “global citizen.” Having lived, worked, and studied in countries around the world, these two embrace and advocate for students to enter another worldview through the establishment of a new scholarship. 

BECOME A
MEMBER

Great Conversations

Become a member of Great Conversations and receive access to all Great Conversations events including the Summer Soiree, receive 1870 Club Membership, and join a community of engaged learners.

Want to test it out? Attend the season kickoff event. Open to the public, this community discussion features a panel of liberal arts faculty and alumni.

Great Conversations members mingle before an event

GIVE NOW

Online

Give directly through our online portal

Phone

Call Emily Waldron at
970-491-0349

Mail

Make your check out to “CSU Foundation” with the fund name in the memo line

Contact

Talk to the development team