As faculty, creating opportunities for Colorado State University students to engage as global citizens is foundational to what you do.

CSU has built its international outreach as a university with the expansion of Office of International Programs, welcoming of Semester at Sea, and the opening of the CSU Todos Santos Center. As the University’s first international hub, the Center in Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, Mexico, represents this institutional commitment.

The Center is a platform and hub for collaborative education and research between the Baja California Sur and CSU communities, and answers the call of the 21st century land grant university by actively creating meaningful long-term opportunities and relationships across borders to address global challenges.

As a location that allows CSU faculty to teach students as part of the existing curriculum, the Center is unique in creating opportunities for students who may not otherwise be able to study abroad. The natural and cultural environment complements that in Colorado, broadening students educational and cultural horizons.

The CSU Todos Santos Center has opportunities for all areas of study at CSU, through a fully CSU owned and operated Center in Mexico, and is a unique, integrated, hands-on educational opportunity for students.

Learn more and cultivate global citizens by creating an educational exchange and real impact in Colorado, BCS, and communities around the world.