Welcome to the Counseling Psychology Ph.D. program at Colorado State University!
Please take a virtual tour of our spaces! To view the tour, pan around the 360 images below. Click on the small square icons to learn additional information about the space. Hit the next arrow to see more 360 images.
Thank you for applying to CSU’s Counseling Psychology Ph.D. program! We hope you enjoy touring our facilities.
View this page in VR: Go fullscreen and look for the VR button
We are housed in the Department of Psychology and the College of Natural Sciences. The main buildings affiliated with the program are the Behavioral Sciences Building (BSB), Clark Building, CSU Health Network, and Sage Hall.
The BSB is where many of the classes you will be taking in the program take place. The BSB is a great place for interdisciplinary collaboration, where you can interact with colleagues from other programs.
The Clark Building is where many of our graduate student offices are. In your first year in the program, you get the opportunity to share an office space with the other members of your cohort, where you get to bond and connect with your friends in the program.
CSU’s Health Network houses the university counseling center on campus. Graduate students in their second year of the program complete their first practicum at the Health Network. While at the Health Network, you can complete individual therapy with college-aged students, supervised by a licensed psychologist or by members of your cohort.
Sage Hall houses the Psychological Services Center (PSC). The PSC is a community mental health agency affiliated with the Department of Psychology at CSU. Advanced students in the program complete their second practicums at this site. The PSC is also close to The Oval, so be sure to enjoy relaxing in the green grass while you’re in between clients!
Learn more about the student experience at CSU:
6 reasons we love Fort Collins
Home to Colorado State University for well over a century, Fort Collins is a small town with a heart of gold. It’s been rated as one of the top places to live in the U.S., and if you’ve spent time here you won’t wonder why. Take a look at some of the top reasons we think Fort Collins is a great place to call home.
3 Green Spaces in Fort Collins Less Than 2 Miles From Campus
Sometimes an escape to nature is only a few blocks away. Check out these public green spaces in Fort Collins when you need a place to study, somewhere to throw a frisbee, or just a quiet place to breathe.
Colo State 101: Who We Are + Where We Are
Get an idea of what Fort Collins is like, how our values define our community, and some unique and fun facts about our university as admissions counselor David Ferree gives a brief introduction to Colorado State that will help you understand what truly makes us who we are.
6 CSU must-haves
Whether you’re living in an on-campus residence hall or in an off-campus spot nearby, you’ll want to add these six items to your packing list.
3 Campus Green Spaces at Colorado State
At Colorado State, you don’t have to go far to find a quiet escape to nature. These campus green spaces are perfect for a place to study, toss a frisbee, or just get a breath of fresh air.
It’s easy to spend a day – or week – at CSU! With several thousand events each year, self-guided tour options, and seasonal attractions there is something for everyone. You can even have a picnic next to the Lagoon with a beautiful view of the foothills.