Colorado State University is rising in the ranks when it comes to great colleges in the U.S., recently recognized for its value, it's research projects, and its faculty resources.

According to U.S. News & World Report, CSU, once ranked the 79th 'Best College' on the list, rose to 71 based on its increase of "faculty resources". On CSU's website, this is also attributed to "average faculty compensation, per-student spending, and student excellence measures such as standardized test scores and the proportion of students graduating in the top 10% of their high school class."

CSU also made the lists 'Best Value' and "Best for Vets' based on their financial aid programs and feedback from student veterans.

To read more about CSU's ranking, head here. I'm proud to be a CSU Ram!

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