The NSEOC has many programs for 4th – 12th grade students.

  • Triunfo Mentoring Program – This program matches CSU students with 3rd – 5th grade students from Harris Bilingual Elementary School to provide homework help, reading and math tutoring as well as fun science experiences. The NSEOC partners with El Centro and the CNS Learning Community for this program.
  • Colorado Science and Engineering Fair – The CSEF is the state level science fair competition where winners from the 13 regional science fairs win the opportunity to present their research projects each spring at CSU. As hosts of the CSEF, the NSEOC staff offer the opportunity for students planning on entering the Longs Peak Regional Science & Engineering Fair to practice their interviewing skills with Mock Interviews in early February.
  • El Centro Math-Science-Tech Day – MST Day is an opportunity for 4th grade students from select Fort Collins elementary schools to visit CSU campus and take part in a variety of hands-on STEM activities. For more information, contact El Centro at CSU.
  • SciTrek Summer Camp – This is a week-long summer camp for students entering 10th – 12th grade the following year. Students participating in SciTrek will explore current scientific research from a variety of fields. In the past, topics have included the mountain pine beetle infestation, invasive plant species, dendrochronology, groundwater quality and quantity, geographic mapping, evolution/natural selection, solar energy, etc.
  • SummerVet Summer Camp – This is a week-long summer camp for students entering 10th – 12th grade the following year. The Summer Vet Program is a student’s ticket to the world of veterinary medicine. For students who are serious about becoming a veterinarian, this is a super opportunity to look into the real and sometimes gritty field of veterinary medicine.