El Centro's mission provides an inclusive learning environment that welcomes all CSU students. El Centro supports and strengthens the academic and cultural experiences of students by providing workshops, leadership opportunities and Latina/o cultural awareness programs that promote student success and retention.
The National Hispanic Month is the period from September 15th through October 15th in the United States, when people recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States and Celebrate the group's heritage and culture.
Triunfo/Triumph began in 1990, with a small group of PSD students and 20 CSU students and volunteers. Its goal; to close the achievement gap through weekly one-on-one tutoring in all academic areas. Triunfo/Triumph is open to all students without restrictions, providing free tutoring on CSU campus.
Las Comadres is a program and concept that is as deep as family itself. The program will encourage, engage and support sisterhood among Colorado State University Latinas while supporting them in pursuing their career goals and preparing them for a diverse society.
The Elizabeth Woodworth Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of merit, financial need and the thoughtfulness of the essays. Students applying for this award must meet specific criteria. Please visit the office for more information.
The purpose of La Conexión is to foster a strong sense of community, cultural pride, student engagement, and academic confidence for Latino students at CSU. This program supports first-year, low-income, and first generation students through their transition to college by connecting them with people who are invested in their success.
Are you going to be a first year student at CSU? Do you identify as 1st generation & Latino? Are you nervous about your first year of college? Are you looking for a way to get connected? Check out El Centro's new program La Conexion!