Summer Camps for Kids

The K-12 Programs Portal offers summer programs for kindergarten to high school level students. These programs include academic, credit-bearing, and sports opportunities. The programs are offered by numerous departments and organizations at CSU. 

Some camps are sponsored by C2C and offer a discounted price for children of CSU employees. These camps are listed below.

Youth Sports Camps: These programs, sponsored by the Department of Health and Exercise Science, offer more than 60 sessions during the summer. Take advantage of excellent programs, great value, and the convenience of having your children right here on campus.

C2C provides a 10 percent tuition discount for the children of CSU employees. The discount is automatically applied when you enter your CSU ID at registration.

Sunshine House – now with two locations

The independently owned and operated Sunshine House now offers two locations where CSU employees receive priority enrollment.

  • 1080 West Lake St., Fort Collins; Phone: 970-480-5990
  • 2060 Perennial Lane, Fort Collins, CO; Phone: 970-491-2862


Information about the partnership Sunshine House has with CSU can be found on Source.

Pantry Meals by the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center

To help with your time social distancing, the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is offering easy pantry meal recipe ideas that promote limited grocery store trips and help you prepare for isolation and sickness. They know that cooking at home more often and relying on only on-hand ingredients can be stressful. See what the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center suggests here. 

Senior Access Points 

Senior Access Points is a coalition of agencies including the Larimer County office of CSU Extension, the Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities, the Larimer County Office on Aging, and CSU’s Department of Human Development and Family Studies. Rather than offering a “clearinghouse” of information, SAP’S website directs people to key “access points” in Larimer County that help them get started on their search for resources and services. SAP collates available resources in town from other partner agencies and lists them on their website, Common resources that families can find at include: dementia resources, caregiver support groups, caregiving planning tools to help families communicate and track important information, assistance registering for Medicare, information about cost and availability of living options, and more.

Check out this article from Source for more information about Senior Access Points. 

Early Childhood Center

The CSU Early Childhood Center has been serving children and families in the Fort Collins community since 1929 and works in partnership with families to ensure a quality educational experience for children between the ages of 6 weeks to 6 years.

CSU faculty, staff and students receive priority enrollment on a space available basis. The ECC functions as a lab school, so this program has the dual advantage of significantly improving the research, teaching and  learning opportunities for CSU students and faculty in diverse academic programs while enhancing the child-care options for campus parents.


Phone: (970)491-7082

After School Programs

The College of Health and Human Sciences’ Youth Sport Camps program offers a camp that runs during the school year, at a reduced price, thanks to C2C.

Camps run from after-school through 6 p.m. on weekdays when schools are in session. Camps are held in and around the Moby facility. Curriculum is based on the FunLIFE camp model, and includes sports, campus exploration, crafts, swimming, yoga, and many additional activities.

Transportation is provided for Bauder, Beattie, Bennett, Dunn, Harris and O’Dea Elementary schools only. Students from other schools are welcome to join the program, but should make their own transportation arrangements.


After School Programs Information

Phone: (970)491-6318
Email: [email protected]