• National Park Service Symposium: Mapping the Next 100 Years. Tuesday, March 22, 2016. Morgan Library Event Hall, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Free and open to the public.

  • Rob Roth, our GIS Day Keynote Speaker, presented a follow-up session on Cartography Tips and Tricks. It was very informative and interesting! Here is the list of cartography resources he referenced in his talk.

  • Story Maps Workshop with Joseph KerskiFull Video available via Echo 360.

  • Information about acquiring GIS software licenses can be found here.

  • Centroid Assistant Director, Sophia Linn, has been recognized as one of "10 to Watch in 2015" by Fort Collins Coloradoan. Interview.


The Geospatial Centroid is located in Morgan Library Room 210.  Walk up the main stairs near the Help Desk, turn left, then follow the signs. 

Our online presence is slowly being updated. Thanks for your patience!

The Geospatial Centroid at CSU is dedicated to facilitating campus-wide communication about events, research, and education in geospatial sciences. The Centroid is a resource and research center at Colorado State University established to provide students, faculty, and the Colorado community with information about GIS at CSU and how these activities link to broader statewide, regional and global initiatives.


The Geospatial Centroid provide services in GIS, cartography, and spatial analysis to both on- and off-campus clients.

In addition, Centroid associates and interns are available to answer questions about GIS and other mapping technologies.

Geospatial Help Desk

Need assistance with GIS-related questions? Contact the Centroid office directly. Email us at gis@colostate.edu or call: 970-491-2774. You can also drop by the office (210 Morgan Library) though appointments are strongly recommended for Geospatial Help Desk services.


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What's New?

GIS Co-op Spring 2016

This is an opportunity to share or learn new GIS tips and tricks, or to help get your GIS related questions answered. Experts, novice, and anyone in between are welcome. 

(Most) Mondays, 4-5PM  Morgan 175

April 18: CartoDB


Project Request Form

Centroid project request form