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Office of Conference Services
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523

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Event Types Welcomed

Adult Social Event | Corporate Social Events | Expo/Competitions | Professional Meeting/Training/Conference/Retreat | Youth Retreat/Camp
Maximum
Meeting:8000
Meeting
Rooms:75
Maximum
Overnight:5,500
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  • Visit Fort Collins
  • 1 square mile contained campus1 square mile contained campus
  • Fort Collins Colorado, 50 miles North of Denver International AirportFort Collins Colorado, 50 miles North of Denver International Airport
  • Fort Collins, CO - Money Magazine's Best Place to Live in America Fort Collins, CO - Money Magazine's Best Place to Live in America
  • Vibrant nightlifeVibrant nightlife
  • 2015 "Best Suburban" venue, 2014 "Best Youth & Sport Camp" venue2015 "Best Suburban" venue, 2014 "Best Youth & Sport Camp" venue
  • Majestic Elms at historic CSU OvalMajestic Elms at historic CSU Oval
  • CSU Campus at the Foothills of Rocky Mountain National ParkCSU Campus at the Foothills of Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Newly renovated Lory Student Center provides over 50,000 sq ft meeting spaceNewly renovated Lory Student Center provides over 50,000 sq ft meeting space
  • 6 ballrooms, The Grand Ballroom can seat up to 1,500 people for one event.6 ballrooms, The Grand Ballroom can seat up to 1,500 people for one event.
  • Breakout rooms; basic AV and wireless internet includedBreakout rooms; basic AV and wireless internet included
  • 500-seat multi purpose theater500-seat multi purpose theater
  • Moby Arena accommodates 8,000 peopleMoby Arena accommodates 8,000 people
  • Over 23,000 sq ft of SMART Technology classroomsOver 23,000 sq ft of SMART Technology classrooms
  • 300 days of sunshine for great outdoor events300 days of sunshine for great outdoor events
  • Outdoor eventsOutdoor events
  • 11,600 sq ft sustainable social hub with outdoor amphithear and fire pit11,600 sq ft sustainable social hub with outdoor amphithear and fire pit
  • Marche style dining centers -sizzling salad barMarche style dining centers -sizzling salad bar
  • Marche style dining centers -Mongolian GrillMarche style dining centers -Mongolian Grill
  • Elegant cateringElegant catering
  • Diverse catering optionsDiverse catering options
  • CSU Academic Village residence hall community with dining centerCSU Academic Village residence hall community with dining center
  • up to 5,000 beds available on campusup to 5,000 beds available on campus
  • CSU Rec Center: lazy river, modern cardio equipment, climbing wallCSU Rec Center: lazy river, modern cardio equipment, climbing wall
  • Proximity to Colorado Outdoor Adventures, Rocky Mountain National ParkProximity to Colorado Outdoor Adventures, Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Colorado State University Mountain Campus - Retreat CabinColorado State University Mountain Campus - Retreat Cabin
  • Colorado State University Mountain Campus- Mummy RangeColorado State University Mountain Campus- Mummy Range
  • Brew tours, with 20 breweries, the most microbreweries in the stateBrew tours, with 20 breweries, the most microbreweries in the state

About

About Colorado State University

Located in Fort Collins, the crossroads where the Rocky Mountains meet the Great Plains, CSU is an awe-inspiring conference and event site. Our beautiful campus provides a serious educational aura found only at a university, while the surrounding area beckons visitors with an outstanding variety of opportunities for recreation and relaxation.

Fort Collins has been named by Money magazine as one of the best places to live in America. Fort Collins is approximately 50 minutes northwest of Denver International Airport (DIA). At the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Fort Collins is the key to major recreation areas such as Estes Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, Red Feather Lakes, and the Cache La Poudre River.

If you choose to host your event at Colorado State University, you will not be disappointed! We encourage participants to bring their families to Fort Collins to experience an affordable foothills destination with a college town feeling and active community. With over 300 days of sunshine per year the Fort Collins area offers diverse recreational resources including boating, hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting, camping, and wildlife watching, as well as the vast amount of night and day time activities available steps away from campus. Continue reading below for more information on our Fort Collins venue offerings at Colorado State University.
LOCATION + TRANSPORTATION

Denver, CO - 60
Cheyenne, WY - 45
Boulder, CO - 45

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Denver International - 50 minutes


Taxi | Bus

CATERING
Colorado State University has five residence hall dining centers offering “Marché” (made to order) style service including special concept stations with Italian, Mexican, and Asian selections available to conference and event participant’s three meals a day. An on-staff dietitian is also available at no additional cost. The Lory Student Center located directly on campus can also provide variations with offerings such as Carl’s Jr., Panda Express, Subway and Taco Bell. Extensive catering services are also available on campus.


In-House CateringYES
Cultural CateringYES
Venue Hosted Alcohol PermittedYES



AMENITIES + UNIQUE EXPERIENCES
Biking
Hiking
Running
ADA Accessible
A/V Tech Staff
Fitness Center
Overnight Accommodations
Projector Screen
LCD Projectors
Team Building
MEETING + EVENT SPACE CAPACITIES

8000 Attendees


75 Spaces

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Theatre Style 8,000 | Classroom Style 650

TECHNOLOGY
Colorado State University has state of the art audio/visual services included with most meeting rooms. High speed wireless internet complimentary throughout campus included guest rooms, common areas and meeting rooms. Tech services of a major university. Over 23,000 square feet of SMART technology classrooms are located on our Fort Collins campus.

Yes


Projector ScreenLCD Projectors

RENTAL POLICIES
Alcohol ConsumptionYES

OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS

5,500 Overnight Guests


Residence Halls|Suite/Apt Style|Nearby Hotel(s)


Private|Semi-Private|Traditional

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Accommodations

Accommodations

5,500
Total Number of
Overnight Guests


Accommodation Types
| Residence Halls | 18 rooms | 72 beds
A/C This accommodation has A/C
| Residence Halls | 88 rooms | 352 beds
A/C This accommodation has A/C
| Residence Halls | 404 rooms | 750 beds | floorplan
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The Academic Village features a commons with the Ram's Horn Dining Center, the Engineering Hall, the Honors Hall and Aspen Hall. The Academic Village is located on the south side of campus close to academic classrooms and the intramural fields. 
All rooms have private bathrooms.
Air conditioning in each room.
Dining options at the Academic Village Commons include a Mongolian Grill, Sizzling Salads, Tex Mex, Stone Hearth Pizza, Wraps & Deli Sandwiches, Carving Station, Express, Espresso Bar and Sports Grill.
Commons building also features a mini convenience store, central mailboxes, and sunken lounges.

The Laurel Village, CSU's newest residence hall communities opened fall 2014. Pinon Hall and Alpine Hall feature a mix of traditional style, suite style bedrooms with private and shared bathrooms. Close to the Durrell Center, which provides a dining center, programing space, game room and outdoor seating.
A/C This accommodation has A/C
| Residence Halls | 349 rooms | 547 beds | floorplan
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Summit Hall is located on the south side of campus next to the Horticulture Gardens and across from the Dining Commons at the Academic Village.

Alpine Hall and Pinon Hall provide suite style shared bathrooms for two or four guests..

A/C This accommodation has A/C
| Residence Halls | 213 rooms | 357 beds | floorplan
Enhanced Traditional 3D floor plan
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Alpine Hall and Pinon Hall, CSU's Newest residence halls offer enhanced traditional bedroom with comminuty bathrooms.
A/C This accommodation has A/C
| Residence Halls | 463 rooms | 883 beds | floorplan
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Suite style rooms - each room has a sink with a connecting toilet and shower shared between 2 rooms
| Residence Halls | 1,322 rooms | 2,472 beds | floorplan
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CSU Tower

Durward and Westfall Halls are a 12-story residence hall towers on campus which offer great views of the foothills and campus. Durward and Westfall are located on the north side of campus close to Durrell Center, Moby Arena, and Campus West (off-campus shopping and restaurants).


Amenities + Unique Experiences

AMENITIES

Amenities
Biking
Biking
Hiking
Hiking
Running
Running
ADA Accessible
ADA Accessible
A/V Tech Staff
A/V Tech Staff
Fitness Center
Fitness Center
Overnight Accommodations
Overnight Accommodations
Projector Screen
Projector Screen
LCD Projectors
LCD Projectors
Team Building
Team Building


Event Spaces

Meeting and Event Spaces

Max Capacities
8000
Overall
650
Classroom
Style


Meeting + Event Spaces
| 1088 SQ FT
Durrell Center Seminar A is located on the 1st floor of the Durrell Center on-campus. Each seminar room includes a large flat screen television, HDMI hookup, house sound, and one microphone. All Durrell Seminar rooms can be combined to accommodate larger parties. 
| 1184 SQ FT
Durrell Center Seminar B is located on the 1st floor of the Durrell Center on-campus. Each seminar room includes a large flat screen television, HDMI hookup, house sound, and one microphone. All Durrell Seminar rooms can be combined to accommodate larger parties. 
| 1159 SQ FT
Durrell Center Seminar C is located on the 1st floor of the Durrell Center on-campus. Each seminar room includes a large flat screen television, HDMI hookup, house sound, and one microphone. All Durrell Seminar rooms can be combined to accommodate larger parties. 
| 211 SQ FT
Durrell Center Meeting Room 1 is located on the 1st floor of the Durrell Center on-campus. Each meeting room includes a large flat screen television, HDMI hookup, house sound, and one microphone. 
| 818 SQ FT
Durrell Center Meeting Room 2 is located on the 1st floor of the Durrell Center on-campus. Each meeting room includes a large flat screen television, HDMI hookup, house sound, and one microphone. 
| 204 SQ FT
Durrell Center Meeting Room 3 is located on the 1st floor of the Durrell Center on-campus. Each meeting room includes a large flat screen television, HDMI hookup, house sound, and one microphone. 
| 4,400 SQ FT | image
The OCR Field Club

The Orthopedic and Spine Center (OCR) of the Rockies Field Club is exclusively located at the field level of our on-campus Stadium. This space includes garage-style doors that open up to reveal an outdoor patio located on the 50-yard line. In addition, a premium built-in bar, 15 television monitors, house sound, and a mic are available with this space.
| 11,300 SQ FT | image

The New Belgium Porch is located within our on-campus Stadium. This space is "as-is" and can provide ample space for larger groups (up to 1,200). A food and beverage package can be purchased with this space.
| 4,600 SQ FT | image
The Markley Family Hall of Champions

The Markley Family Hall of Champions is located on the first floor of our on-campus Stadium. It provides a more elegant atmosphere for your event. This space includes flat-screen televisions, house sound, complimentary Wi-Fi, and a microphone. 
| 9,700 SQ FT | image
The Stadium Club

The Stadium Club is located on the 4th floor of our on-campus Stadium, featuring amazing views of the Front Range Mountains, Horsetooth, and Longs Peak. This space can be set up to fit your event needs, and includes two premium built-in bars, 27 flat screen televisions, house sound, and a microphone. 
| 2,900 SQ FT | image
The Indoor Rams Club

The Indoor Rams Club is located one of our more intimate spaces located on the sixth floor of our on-campus Stadium. This space includes a premium built-in bar, access to large padded seats, flat screen televisions, house sound, a microphone, and the option for a portable screen. 

The Edwards Event Center is conveniently located within Edwards Hall. This space is available for any guests staying overnight on-campus to reserve, on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The Allison Event Center is conveniently located within Allison Hall. This space is available for any guests staying overnight on-campus to reserve, on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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Ingersoll Seminar Room

The Ingersoll Seminar Room is conveniently located within Ingersoll Hall. This space is available for any guests staying overnight on-campus to reserve, on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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Ingersoll Meeting Room

The Ingersoll Meeting Room is conveniently located within Ingersoll Hall. This space is available for any guests staying overnight on-campus to reserve, on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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The Pavilion Amphitheater

The Pavilion Outdoor Amphitheater is located outside Laurel Village. This space can be used with the Pavilion and is provided "as-is" with an outdoor amphitheater, grassy lawn, and stone seating. Reservation of the amphitheater also includes a large projector, HDMI hookup, and house sound. An outdoor fire pit with stone seating is also available for use with this space. 

The Laurel Village Pinon Classroom (Room 131) is conveniently located on the first floor of Pinon Hall. This space is available for any guests staying overnight on-campus to reserve and is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
| 18,419 SQ FT
The Auxiliary Gym is located within our on-campus Recreation Center. 
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IM Fields facing mountains

The IM Outdoor fields are comprised of 12 total fields near the recreation facility. Each field must be reserved separately.
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Rec Center Pool Area

Our on-campus Recreation Center includes a pool area with 4 lap lanes, current channel, climbing wall, volleyball and basketball area, 40-person spa, sauna (ages 16+), and steam room (ages 16+). For clients with younger groups, a 12:1 child to adult ratio must be maintained. 
| 70x200 SQ FT | image
Grand Ballroom

The Grand Ballroom is a beautiful and versatile space that is multifunctional depending on the size of the event. The Grand Ballroom features four mobile partitions which create the opportunity to use one section at a time, two or three sections to create a larger space, or as the full Grand Ballroom space. With all the dividers opened, the Grand Ballroom boasts sweeping views of the mountains, the historic painted Aggie "A", and western campus. With so many options for setup, this ballroom can be used for a variety of events including lectures, banquets, resource fairs, concerts, and formal dances. Conveniently located at the top of the main staircase, the Grand Ballroom also has access to a registration booth with phone and internet access upon request.
| 49x80 SQ FT | image
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The North Ballroom is a medium sized ballroom located on the north side of the upper level. This carpeted ballroom is great for large lectures, workshop classrooms, banquets and resource fairs.
| 35x40 SQ FT | image
Grey Rock Room floor plan
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Grey Rock Room

The Grey Rock Room is a large refined meeting room located on the main level of the Student Center. This room features an entryway overlooking the Transit Center Lobby, and an outdoor balcony facing the west, supplying a serene view of the foothills and lagoon. The Grey Rock Room's versatility makes it a perfect location for a banquet, reception, lecture, or used for a classroom or conference.
| 23,000 SQ FT | image

We also have more than one hundred classrooms of various sizes, with 23,000 square feet of of state-of the art SMART technology.
| 22,067 sqft SQ FT | image

For large conferences, we have the centrally located, fully air-conditioned Moby Arena, Home of the CSU Rams. Moby Arena can seat up to 6,000 people conference-style including a large stage and nearly 9,000 square feet for sporting events.
| 39x60 SQ FT | image
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The Cherokee Park Ballroom can be booked for individual events, or paired with the attached University Club for a more versatile setting. This ballroom features a wooden floor, and beautiful cherry wainscoting to create a perfect setting for lectures, workshop classroom, banquets, and resource fairs.
| 28x62 SQ FT | image

The Longs Peak Dining Room and Lounge is a distinguished dining space which is ideal for small receptions and formal meals. This room elegantly features a lounge/serving space, a fireplace, and a view of the plaza.
| 26X40 SQ FT | image

Double meeting rooms are versatile rooms in which a partition is opened to create a larger meeting space. These rooms are ideal for lectures, conferences, and workshop classrooms. Each set of rooms incorporate a large flat screen TV and window views which provide each with a unique and functional meeting space.

Food + Beverage

Food + Beverage

Availability
YES
YES
YES


Catering
Colorado State University has five residence hall dining centers offering “Marché” (made to order) style service including special concept stations with Italian, Mexican, and Asian selections available to conference and event participant’s three meals a day. An on-staff dietitian is also available at no additional cost. The Lory Student Center located directly on campus can also provide variations with offerings such as Carl’s Jr., Panda Express, Subway and Taco Bell. Extensive catering services are also available on campus.
Dining Options
| Seating Capacity: 1,720 | image

Those dining centers are marche style with up to 6 stations:Italian, Mexican, American, Chinese, Wood-fired pizza, and a Mongolian grill.
Boxed lunches and outdoor cookouts are available for summer conferences

| Seating Capacity: 468 | image

Durrell Dining Center is a LEED certified dining facility, it features 7 unique dining stations, including an international station, make-your-own pasta bar, custom personal pizzas, an all-day waffle bar, and more. Durrell is located on the north-west corner of campus.

| Seating Capacity: 501 | image

The Corbett Marketplace has a variety of options including Tex-Mex, Sizzling Salads, a 100% vegetarian station, comfort food and more. Corbett is located on the north side of campus.

Location

Location + Transportation

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Nearby Airport
Denver International - 50 minutes
Nearby Cities
Denver, CO - 60 miles | Cheyenne, WY - 45 miles | Boulder, CO - 45
Transportation + Parking
Taxi
Bus

Nearby Attractions

Nearby Attractions

Nearby Attractions
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Colorado State University is located in Fort Collins, Colorado, a city of 144,000 at the base of the Rocky Mountain foothills. The community is known for its low crime rate, clean air and water, abundant recreational opportunities and reasonable cost of living – not to mention 300 days of sunshine per year.

The majority of our national and international conference attendees fly into Denver International Airport, the largest airport in terms of land area in the United States.

Once you arrive in Fort Collins, you’ll discover a vibrant, friendly community that is welcoming to visitors. That sense of community – combined with our spectacular setting – makes Fort Collins a great place to stay and learn.
 

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CSU is in the heart of Fort Collins, and a wide assortment of restaurants, shops and entertainment venues cater to visitors and citizens alike. Whether you’re watching a concert in Old Town, viewing an exhibit at the Fort Collins Museum of Art or enjoying a cultural event at the city’s International Center, you’ll sense the connection between Colorado State and the Fort Collins community.
And whether you’re exploring the city’s extensive biking and walking trails, swimming in Horsetooth Reservoir or watching the sun rise over the Great Plains after climbing in the foothills, you’ll appreciate the quality of our natural surroundings.
 

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When you’re a conference guest at Colorado State University, you can cover a lot of ground in
60 minutes. At noon, you could be wrapping up your session in one of our SMART classroom. By 1 p.m., you could be watching wildlife at Rocky Mountain National Park, touring the mystic Stanley Hotel in Estes Park. Or kayaking the Poudre River. Or hiking at 14,000  feet. CSU is close to all kinds of places – and sometimes there’s nothing better than an afternoon in the mountains.
 

Services

Services

Services

The Registration Only service package is designed for groups requiring full registration management and financial administration

 Coordination 
• Serve a single contact for all registration management and financial administration services

Registration Management 
• Create and host customized registration website
• Provide advanced registration services via web, mail, fax, and telephone
• Accept conference registration payments via credit card*, check, departmental internal order, bank transfer or money order
• Send confirmation packet to registered participants including, as appropriate, maps, hotel list, shuttle information, receipt of payment/balance due, and confirmation letter with instructions for on-site registration/check-in
• Provide sponsor with standardized registration reports, including participant information, event counts, revenue summaries and ADA information
• Provide each registered participant with a name badge in a plastic holder, portfolio, notepaper, and a pen
• Print certificates, event tickets and mailing labels (printing costs not included)
• Provide on-site registration services-one staff hour per 25 registrants as contracted
• Provide parking permits at check-in (on-campus only)



The Full Service Package (with housing) is designed to free you from many logistical concerns, so that you can give your full attention to the educational components of your conference
 

 Planning
• Lead pre-conference campus site tours
• Provide consultation to help refine format, budget and facility/service requirements
• Provide representation at local planning meetings
• Provide information on resources for area attractions/services
• Provide brochure copy to sponsor to describe University housing and dining services, to portray the conference setting, area attractions and to detail transportation options

Marketing
• Provide consultation on marketing timelines
• Assist in preparing and editing brochure and web copy for logistical and registration details
• Work with service providers to coordinate brochure printing
• Assist in facilitating blast emails to potential participants
• Coordinate marketing mailings (web based or hard copy)

Coordination
• Serve a single contact for all services and facilities as well as registration services
• Provide professional consultation during the development, implementation and post-conference evaluation
• Reserve function spaces and arrange for set-ups and audio-visual equipment
• Make arrangements for meals, refreshment breaks, assist with menu selection, and communicate meal count guarantees provided by sponsor
• Make reservations for campus lodging and block reservations for off-campus lodging
• Arrange for campus recreational facilities/equipment
• Work with service providers to coordinate transportation, copying services, telephones, sound equipment, audio or video taping and function amenities
• Assist with arrangements for tours, entertainment, exhibits, display/poster sessions
• Provide on-call assistance during conference duration
Registration Management
• Create and host customized registration website
• Provide advanced registration services via web, mail, fax and telephone
• Accept conference registration payments via credit card*, check, departmental internal order, bank transfer or money order
• Send confirmation email to registered participants including, as appropriate, maps, hotel list, shuttle information, receipt of payment/balance due, and confirmation letter with instructions for on-site registration/check-in
• Provide sponsor with standardized registration reports, including participant information, event counts, revenue summaries and ADA information
• Provide each registered participant with a name badge in plastic holder, portfolio, note paper, pen and campus map
• Work with service providers to coordinate printing and assembly of conference materials
• Print certificates, event tickets and mailing labels (printing costs not included)
• Provide on-site registration services-one staff hour per 25 registrants
• Provide parking permits
 



The Event Coordination Service Package is designed to provide coordination for single session events on or off campus that do not require marketing or registration services. This package includes full coordination for single events and can include on-campus parking and meeting space.
 

Planning
• Lead pre-conference site tours

Financial Administration
• Establish a University account for conference expenses
• Compile final statement of expenditures
• Bill for balance due to sponsor
• Maintain account records for six years

Coordination
• Provide professional consultation during the development, implementation and post-conference evaluation
• Serve as a single contact for all meeting space, set-ups and, food/beverage and audio-visual requests
• Make arrangements for meals, refreshment breaks, assist with menu selection, and communicate meal count guarantees provided by the sponsor
• Make arrangements for meals, refreshment breaks, assist with menu selection, and communicate meal count guarantees provided by sponsor

Provide on-call assistance during conference duration 



The Room and Board service package is designed for groups that will be dining and lodging on campus, but wish to do their own
 

 Planning
• Lead pre-conference campus site tours
• Provide consultation to help refine format, budget and facility/service requirements
• Provide information on resources for area attractions and services
• Provide brochure copy to sponsor to describe University dining and lodging services, to portray the conference setting, area attractions and to detail transportation options

Coordination
• Serve a single contact for all campus services and facilities
• Reserve function spaces and arrange for set-ups and audio-visual equipment
• Make arrangements for meals, refreshment breaks, assist with menu selection, and communicate meal count guarantees provided by sponsor
• Make block reservations for campus lodging
• Arrange for use of campus recreational facilities and equipment on a shared basis
• Work with service providers to coordinate transportation, copying services, telephones, sound equipment, audio or video taping and function amenities
• Assist with arrangements for tours, entertainment, exhibits and display/poster sessions
• Provide on-call assistance during conference duration
• Provide campus parking permits



Financial Administration

• Establish a University account for conference revenue and expenses
• Process and track deposits and expenditures through the conference account
• Purchase and process payments of conference-related expenditures per sponsor requests and approvals
• Compile final statement of account income and expenditures
• Bill for balance due or refund balance to sponsor
• Maintain account records for six years
One contact, one contract, one bill

Technology

Technology

Equipment Available On-Site
Projector Screen
Projector Screen
LCD Projectors
LCD Projectors

Description
Colorado State University has state of the art audio/visual services included with most meeting rooms. High speed wireless internet complimentary throughout campus included guest rooms, common areas and meeting rooms. Tech services of a major university. Over 23,000 square feet of SMART technology classrooms are located on our Fort Collins campus.
Technology

Fully staffed and stocked A/V department with built in equipment in most venues and classrooms.

All accommodations, meeting rooms and many common areas feature free wireless access.

Secure entrance to all residential facilities and security escort service is available for conference guests.

Testimonials

Testimonials


Over half of our annual business is repeating customers. Upon request, we are happy to provide references from our satisfied customers. Our clientele is quite diverse, we provide services to youth, athletic, religious organizations, and scientific organizations, as well as and large corporations, just to name a few. The office of Conference Services has been in the meeting business for over 50 years and is an active member of the Fort Collins Convention and Visitors Bureau, The Association of Collegiate Conference and Events Directors-International, and has earned a One-Stop Shop designation.

I had the pleasure of working with CSU Conference Services on a CSU sponsored natural gas symposium in October 2011. They were part of a larger team made up of wonderfully skilled CSU departments. I have described them to others as professional, problem-solvers, patient, credible, easy to work with and who thought of details the rest of us hadn’t. I would recommend them to anyone who is planning a conference, meeting or a symposium in the future.

Conference Services helped us pull together a large conference for 200 in five weeks. There is no way we could have done it without them. We had an extremely successful event because Conference Services handled all of the venue details leading up to and on the day of the event. We look forward to working with them again soon!

"Going out West is a bid treat, so we wanted mountains proximity with a contained campus. We get that at Fort Collins, so we go back. Unlike colleges sprinkled through a city, CSU has a well laid out campus in a discrete area with short walking distances, which would also be great for seniors. And it has a very good conference planning staff."

"We meet at universities around the country, but few have the meeting facilities and amenities we require. CSU is very organized and enormously helpful, and offers the numerous classrooms we need for workshops in the afternoon and evenings."





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