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CSU Todos Santos Center is an international extension of Colorado State University. The Center is an opportunity for CSU students to grow as global citizens in their understanding of and appreciation for other cultures; the Center provides a variety of research and educational opportunities that CSU students would not otherwise be able to be a part of. The Center also creates a community hub for educational sessions and information sharing.

CSU’s leading educational resources and expertise combined with natural, cultural and historical aspects offered by the community creates expansive possibilities for research, learning and experiences for BCS residents, the CSU community, and beyond.

CSU is committed to the people of Baja California Sur and looks forward to establishing a long-term place in the community, where CSU, Todos Santos, and all the individuals involved, benefit from an exchange of knowledge.

This website is available in Spanish via the drop-down menu. We hope this provides an opportunity for more people to learn about this project, or to engage, as desired. We apologize for any mistakes or inconsistencies resulting from the automated translation. Please feel free to reach out to us directly with questions or concerns. // Este sitio web está disponible en español a través del menú desplegable. Esperamos que esto brinde una oportunidad para que más personas aprendan sobre este proyecto o estén interesados en colaborar, según lo deseen. Nos disculpamos por cualquier error o inconsistencia resultante de la traducción automática. No dudes en comunicarse con nosotros directamente con preguntas o inquietudes.

Building on the Land-Grant mission

Inspired by its land-grant heritage, CSU is committed to excellence, which sets the standard for public research universities in teaching, research, service and outreach for the benefit of the citizens of Colorado, the United States and the world. The CSU Todos Santos Center provides the university with a unique, timely opportunity to create international experiences for our students and engage in meaningful education in Mexico.

The United States is actively developing close ties with Mexico’s government, economy and people. There is a renewed national interest in educational programs between the US and Latin America. In Colorado, similar opportunities with Mexico are unfolding. CSU has a unique, timely opportunity to create an international presence and engage in meaningful education in Mexico in support of our land-grant mission.

The partnership between Colorado State and the Todos Santos community offers these opportunities to our students and researchers, as well as to Todos Santos citizens. CSU Todos Santos Center broadens our mission of engagement, expands CSU’s research and teaching portfolios, and provides opportunities to learn from the talents and wisdom of the local community.