This Fall the College of Business is co-hosting the Fall CSU Virtual Career Fair with the All-Campus Career Center. This event is strategically designed to provide employers with a targeted opportunity to meet CSU College of Business students who are seeking full-time, part-time, and internship employment. 

You may choose to attend one or both Fair dates, but you must register separately for each.

  • Tuesday, September 22 will have a focus on Agricultural Sciences, Natural Resources, Technology, Computing, Biotech, and Life Sciences
  • Wednesday, September 23 will have a focus on Communications, Business, Social Services, Liberal Arts, Hospitality/Tourism, Health/Wellness



  • Don’t have a Handshake Account? Follow these instructions to create an account, connect with CSU, post your open positions, and register for the Career Fair!
  • Which day should I attend? Depending on your organization’s needs, we encourage you to sign-up for one or both of the focus days. Tuesday, 09/22 is Agricultural Sciences, Natural Resources, Technology, Computing, Biotech, and Life Sciences and Wednesday, 09/23 will have a focus on Communications, Business, Social Services, Liberal Arts, Hospitality/Tourism, Health/Wellness.
  • Please note, in addition to our multiple areas of focus, the following schools have additional opportunities to connect with specific majors:
    • TBD: Construction Management Career Fair 
    • TBD: Engineering Career Fair When does employer registration open? Employer registration opens on July 1, at 8:00 am (MST).
  • When does early bird and regular registration end? Early bird discount ends on Friday, August 14th, 2020 at 5:00 pm (MST).The last day to register is September 15th, 2020.
  • How much does the registration cost?
    • Sponsorship – TBD
    • Registration – $300 per day
    • Discounts Available (**Please note that discounts are applied manually to your invoice after your registration is approved. Multiple discounts can be applied.**)
      • Small Business – $75 early-bird, $100 registration- Independently owned & operated with less than 100 employees.
      • Government – $75 early-bird, $100 registration- Agencies in federal, state, county, or city governments.
      • 501(c) Non-Profit Organization – $25 early-bird, $50 registration – Must file under 501(c)3. If you are unclear please consult the IRS website.
      • Corporate Early-Bird – $250 
  • What does my registration fee include? Registration includes virtual fair access for the duration of the fair, up to 3- 30-minute information sessions, as well as 10 minute 1 on 1 sessions to connect with students. Our staff will have resources available to help you prepare for the fair, as well as support during the fair. We understand these are unique circumstances and are offering deep discounts on fair fees as we navigate this time.


Pre-payment is required. If you are unable to pay before the Career Fair, please contact the Event and Program Coordinator. If you have not confirmed cancellation by Friday, January 31 at 5:00 pm (MST), your space will be released to an organization on the wait-list AND payment will still be due to remain in good standing to access our services to recruit in the future.


You will receive a full refund less a $50 processing fee should you need to cancel your registration by Friday September 11, 2020. No refunds will be issued for cancellations after September 11, 2020 at 5:00pm (MST). There will be absolutely no refunds for acts of nature (i.e. flooding, heavy snow, traffic issues, etc.) or other unforeseen circumstances the Career Center staff can’t accommodate.


Please contact Sara Istre at the Career Center ( or Brittany Koonce at the College of Business (

The Colorado State University Career Center is committed to empowering and equipping students to discover and pursue academic and career goals that honor their identities through intentional collaboration with campus partners and employers. As a public institution, we are obligated to allow access to a broad range of employers to meet with our student population. To the extent students are unfamiliar with an employer who is interviewing on campus, the Career Center encourages them to learn more about that employer in order to make informed decisions that are congruent and aligned with their personal values.