World Cup Viewing Events
Stay tuned for more information about upcoming viewing events.
ISSS will lead a trip to the Rocky Mountain National Park in July for all its international students, scholars and their families. More information will come soon. We plan to circle around Bear Lake, pay a visit to the Alpine Visitor and then head to Estes Park for the rest of the day for late lunch and an afternoon stroll in the city. Along the way, we may make stops to capture the scenic beauties!
In July 2017, ISSS took 30 international students, scholars, and their families from 14 countries to Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park. We walked around Bear Lake, visited the Alpine Visitor Center for a short hike and to get a panoramic view of the park, and then spent the remainder of the afternoon in Estes Park. Everyone had a great time!
Free Summer Concert event
Details coming soon.
FCIC’s 13th Annual Frontier Days Rodeo and Indian Village Trip
The Fort Collins International Center (FCIC) will bring 55 people to the “Daddy of ’em all” largest outdoor rodeo in the world at Cheyenne Frontier Days this July 21st. The rodeo consists of bull riding, steer wrestling, wild horse racing, bucking broncos riding as well as other events. Frontier Park consists of a fairground, an electric bull to ride (extra fee for this event), American West craft stalls as well as cowboy hats and belt stalls to name a few.
Last July, it was an amazing trip for our International CSU students and their families. More information will be posted as we get closer to the trip date.
Hike to Twin Sisters
Details coming soon.
Hike to Veaduwoo, Wyoming
Please bring comfortable hiking shoes, rain gear/jacket, water, lunch.
Highlights of the trip include
- Stop at the Lincoln Monument on I-80 (highest point on I-80)
- Hike around Vedauwoo’s Turtle Rock, east on I-80
- Visit Ames Monument across I-80 from Vedauwoo
Please come to Laurel Hall (9 am-12 noon or 1-5 pm) to sign up and pay for the trip. Cost is $15 (exact cash only please). The trip is limited to 20 hikers.