The last ten years have proved to be beneficial for CSU. From the success of the football team in recent years to the building of the new stadium, campus has changed a lot. We’ve become more diverse, gained more enrollment, and have shifted in what our students are studying. Here’s how the numbers today compare with 2005.
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