Nancy Richardson Design Center
With the goal of advancing CSU’s design programs, the Richardson Design Center facility offers cutting-edge technology and inspiring spaces to encourage multi-disciplinary and hands-on learning. An iconic destination, the RDC is a unique space that stimulates collaboration, encourages professional development, and ensures interdisciplinary learning to impact future leaders in comprehensive design industries. The 45,000-square-foot building opens in January 2019.
Scholarships allow the College of Health and Human Sciences to attract outstanding students, help make a college degree more affordable, and allow students to concentrate more fully on their studies and educational experience.
The College of Health and Human Sciences is committed to educating students while conducting groundbreaking research that will benefit the development, health, and well-being of our society. Give today and help us explore novel ideas while supporting our student researchers as they train to become the next generation of scientists, educators, builders, and designers.
CHHS Enrichment Fund
The College of Health and Human Sciences Enrichment Fund supports the greatest needs in the college. This can include, but is not limited to, scholarships, research, updated infrastructure, and other unique opportunities that may occur.