The Construction Management (CM) program at Colorado State University is one of the top-ranked programs in the nation. Since its inception in 1946, more than 5,000 students have graduated, many of them going on to become leaders in their field. The program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education.
The MCAA student chapter at CSU is one of twelve student clubs in the department. The program is highly supported by the MCA of Colorado and local mechanical contractors. During the last number of years, members of the MCAA student chapter took advantage of internship opportunities and full-time employment with several mechanical contractors.
Awards & Activities
During the last number of years, the CSU MCAA student chapter received several awards and recognitions including MCAA Chapter of Excellence awards, best presentation awards during student competitions, and securing first place serval times at the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) competition in Reno, NV. The student chapter participated and was honored to compete at the MCAA national competition and was selected to be part of the final four presentations at the national MCAA Convention several times.
The student chapter at CSU creates opportunities for its members to patriciate in serval activities including field trips, community service projects, and chapter meetings. The chapter is honored to have sponsored the MCAA President visit to CSU during the last number of years. This event was instrumental in increasing our membership and provided a forum for our students to interact with an industry national leader.