Colorado State University

Colorado State University Reviews

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    Great Place To Work

    Former Employee - Web Developer in Fort Collins, CO
    Former Employee - Web Developer in Fort Collins, CO

    I worked at Colorado State University full-time (more than an year)


    My supervisors were more interested in results than meeting artificial deadlines. I was encouraged to do it right the first time, rather than rushing it and having to fix problems down the road.


    Politics. There are a lot of behind the scenes power struggles between departments over who has control of IT.

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    Put more weight on the opinions of the people involved in the day to day operations rather than those from outside the department trying to flex their muscles.

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Colorado State University Interviews

Updated Oct 17, 2014
Updated Oct 17, 2014

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    Work culture is really good considering friendly peers. Basic personality questions and flexibility in work schedule. The student mangers are really good and they need people. It has a lot of importance of being for work on time.

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Headquarters Fort Collins, CO
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1877
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Colorado State University (CSU) got its start as an agricultural college in 1870, six years before Colorado was even a state. The school still has agricultural and forestry programs and a first-rate veterinary medicine school, but it also offers degrees in liberal arts, business, engineering, and the sciences. True to its roots as a land-grant college, CSU engages the larger community in research and outreach through statewide Cooperative Extension programs and centers like the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. Some 25,000 students are enrolled at CSU, about 80% of... More

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