Impacting our local and global communities
Explore careers in animal and human health through educational events and activities guided by CSU professors, veterinarians, and experts in science, health and medicine.
Engage with the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences through tours and visits, lessons and interactive demonstrations, and other hands-on activities throughout the year.
High school students can also explore careers in human and veterinary health by participating in one of our summer programs. Registration opens every spring.
Tours and Visits
Sign up for a regularly scheduled tour or let us know if your community or school group is interested in learning about a specific program or facility.
Launch a career in health and medicine!
The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences offers all the benefits of a top-tier research university – hands-on learning, scientific expertise, and laboratory opportunities – within a program tailored to your interests and goals.
Sci on the Fly: Mobile Outreach Learning Lab
In partnership with CSU Spur, the mobile outreach education lab - Sci on the Fly - delivers programming inspired by actual CSU research.
High-end gaming computers run advanced team-based programs focused on teaching youth across Colorado about the deep connections between humans, animals, and the environment. Digital microscopes are also available, as well as additional programming that highlights career opportunities in virology and anesthesiology.
Seeing a child’s face light up when they see a heart and hold a brain for the first time is incredibly rewarding. Sharing this enthusiasm for health and the human body is an excellent way CSU gives back to northern Colorado.
Megan Kunkel, Anatomy Camp Counselor
Visit us at Spur!
Inside the Vida building at the National Western Center, students from kindergarten to college-level can observe veterinary procedures, engage in hands-on learning at their grade level, and discover career options in animal and human health.
Our mission of improving the health of animals, people, and the planet starts with our students and the community. Contact us to help K-12 students in your area gain access to world-renowned faculty and engage with human, animal, and environmental health concepts.
Phone: (970) 491-0423