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Contact Information

General Phone Numbers USPS/UPS Mailing Address FedEx/Other Mailing Address
Voice: 970-491-8682
Fax: 970-491-8449
info(at)atmos.colostate.edu
Colorado State University
Department of Atmospheric Science
200 West Lake Street
1371 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1371
3915 W. Laporte Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80521

Other Information

For general questions about admissions and applications, or to inquire about your application status, please contact Sarah Tisdale by phone at 970-491-8360 or by email at info (at) atmos.colostate.edu. For questions about the graduate program such as areas of study offered, please contact the Graduate Student Counselor, Russ Schumacher, by email at info (at) atmos.colostate.edu. For overall questions about the department, please contact the Department Head, Jeff Collett, by phone at 970-491-8360 or by email at info (at) atmos.colostate.edu.

Prospective Student Visits

Please contact the department by phone at 970-491-8682 or by email at info (at) atmos.colostate.edu.

January through March is an extremely busy time in our Department and we generally are only able to accomodate visits by admitted students during this period. We regret we may be unable to accomodate your request for a visit during this time, but please contact us after March 31 so we can schedule a visit.

Outreach and Educational Presentation Requests

FORTCAST (FORT Collins Atmospheric ScientisTs) is a local chapter of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) run primarily but Atmospheric Science graduate students at Colorado State University. It serves the interests of the atmospheric sciences community of Northern Colorado. The chapter serves as a professional, service, educational, and social organization for individuals with a wide variety of atmospheric science backgrounds. The chapter seeks to promote and advance the atmospheric sciences through public outreach and will conduct activities in the manner expressed by the AMS.

FORTCAST hopes to engage the greater northern Colorado region with fun and exciting methods to foster learning about the atmosphere and the processes contained within.

If you're interest in having FORTCAST come to your school or organization and give a talk, please fill out our request form (http://fortcast.atmos.colostate.edu/outreach.htm) and we'll contact you ASAP! *Please allow at least two weeks notice so they can adequately prepare!

To learn more about FORTCAST, visit their website at http://fortcast.atmos.colostate.edu/index.htm.

Maps

The department is located in the Foothills Campus of Colorado State University on the northwestern edge of Fort Collins, CO.

Bus Route to Atmospheric Science Campus

A Transfort bus route runs from the main Colorado State University to the Foothills Atmospheric Science Campus. The route runs Monday through Friday with the first bus departing the CSU Transit Center at 7:15am and will continue to leave once an hour until 6:15pm. The route runs along Mulberry, Laporte, and Overland Trail with multiple stops. More information regarding bus stops, the route, and times can be found at http://www.ridetransfort.com/img/site_specific/uploads/33.pdf

Bus service will run Monday through Friday when CSU classes are in session.

Bus Route 33 Map
Bus Route 33 Map

Driving Directions

Coming from Denver International Airport (DIA)

  1. Take Pena Blvd from DIA to northbound E470 (toll charges apply - approximately $6).
  2. Take E470 to northbound I-25 toward Fort Collins.
  3. Take I-25 north for about 60 miles.
  4. Take exit number 269 (Mulberry Street and CO-14) and head west.
  5. After passing through downtown Fort Collins, Mulberry Street will dead end at Overland Trail.
  6. Make a right turn on Overland Trail and head north for about a 1/2 mile until you arrive at Laporte Avenue.
  7. Make a left on Laporte Avenue and head west for about a 3/4 mile. You should see the main building appear on the left side of the road.
  8. While the Forest Service entrance looks tempting, keep going past it until you see the sign for Atmospheric Science.
  9. Parking permits are not required, so feel free to park anywhere.
  10. Use the double doors on the west side of the building to gain access to the department office.

Coming from the north (Wyoming)

  1. Take I-25 south to exit number 269B (Mulberry Street and CO-14) and head west.
  2. After passing through downtown Fort Collins, Mulberry Street will dead end at Overland Trail.
  3. Make a right turn on Overland Trail and head north for about a 1/2 mile until you arrive at Laporte Avenue.
  4. Make a left on Laporte Avenue and head west for about a 3/4 mile. You should see the main building appear on the left side of the road.
  5. While the Forest Service entrance looks tempting, keep going past it until you see the sign for Atmospheric Science.
  6. Parking permits are not required, so feel free to park anywhere.
  7. Use the double doors on the west side of the building to gain access to the department office.

Coming from the south (Colorado Springs, Denver, etc.)

  1. Take I-25 north to exit number 269 (Mulberry Street and CO-14) and head west.
  2. After passing through downtown Fort Collins, Mulberry Street will dead end at Overland Trail.
  3. Make a right turn on Overland Trail and head north for about a 1/2 mile until you arrive at Laporte Avenue.
  4. Make a left on Laporte Avenue and head west for about a 3/4 mile. You should see the main building appear on the left side of the road.
  5. While the Forest Service entrance looks tempting, keep going past it until you see the sign for Atmospheric Science.
  6. Parking permits are not required, so feel free to park anywhere.
  7. Use the double doors on the west side of the building to gain access to the department office.

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