The Colorado State University Todos Santos Center builds on the university’s mission of teaching, research, service, and outreach. The university has already established international research presence and education abroad offerings in Latin America. This Center has been designed and Build By VIRAGEArchitectureGroup in team with CSU, Supervision & the developer.
The multifaceted CSU center will include dormitory- style lodging for 46 students and faculty, classroom spaces, and an Agriculture and Water Research Center where local farmers and CSU students and researchers will grow organic fruits and vegetables and study effective water use.
The CSU Todos Santos Center provides opportunities for increasingly important international experiences to CSU students. Through the center, CSU students will gain real-world experiences to help them to learn to solve global problems effectively.
The food we eat matters. It matters how and where it was grown, how we prepare it, that it tastes good and that it brings people together to nourish body and soul. The CSU Center Teaching Kitchen, helps make people healthier by inviting them to share in and enjoy the entire Seed to Table journey. It also serves as a model of environmental sustainability.