Colorado State University is relocating its downtown Denver continuing education program to 410 17th St. in the heart of Denver’s financial district.
The new facility will include classrooms, state-of-the-art computer labs, continuing education program directors, marketing staff and the RamZone, a Colorado State merchandise store open to the public weekdays from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Graduate academic programs will include communication management, construction management and organizational performance and change.
Dedicated to providing individuals greater access to Colorado State’s resources, the Denver Continuing Education Center offers a variety of professional educational services and training tailored to fit students’ working schedules and career goals. The center is equipped to create and coordinate specialized training programs for business, industry and government agencies in the Denver-metro area.
"The new facility reflects Colorado State University’s continued commitment to the changing needs of metro Denver’s working professionals and businesses," said Dallas Everhart, interim director of Colorado State’s Continuing Education Program. "The relocation will allow us to expand our graduate and professional programs consistent with the university’s land-grant mission."
For more information about Colorado State’s Denver Continuing Education Center or for directions to the new facility, call (303) 573-6318.
Locations for Colorado State’s Continuing Education Center in Fort Collins will remain the same at 2925 S. College or Spruce Hall on campus. For more information, call (970) 491-5288.