Our location offers CSU students a wide variety of activities and access to beautiful areas of the U.S.
Love cultural activities and the arts?
Columbus and CSU are home to a wide variety of opportunities to see, hear, and experience artistic excellence.
Thrilled by whitewater rafting?
From lazy drifting to a wild whitewater experience, the Chattahoochee River in downtown Columbus is the longest urban whitewater course in the world.
Live to travel?
Columbus is three hours from the scenic Appalachian Mountains in north Georgia; a four-hour drive to the sugar-white beaches of Florida; and less than 90 minutes from the world’s busiest airport in Atlanta with a shuttle bus to and from the airport to campus and direct flights to almost everywhere, including Washington, D.C. (1 hr. 30 min.), Chicago (1 hr. and 50 min.), Miami (less than 2 hrs.), and New York (2 hrs. and 15 min.).
Columbus offers a warm climate with the benefit of four seasons.
When school starts in August, our average high temperature is
and in May it’s
January is our coldest month with our average high temperature of
It’s sunny most of the time here
A chance of rain roughly every three days
An occasional snow storm every few years