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What is the "Centroid"?

Who We Are

The Centroid is a geospatial resource and education center that serves students, faculty, and the greater community on all aspects of geographic information systems (GIS) and other spatial technologies.

What We Do

We offer geospatial and cartographic services for research and other projects in the community.

Education

We provide information about geospatial courses at CSU and other training opportunities such as workshops, presentations, and other geospatial events for both on- and off-campus users.

Get Help

For geospatial assistance, contact the Centroid office directly. Email: gis@colostate.edu or call: 970-491-2774. You can also drop by the office (210 Morgan Library) though appointments are strongly recommended.

Recent Posts

GIS Day Schedule posted – a full day of geospatial actvities on Wed., Nov. 13th



 
GIS Day at CSU is Wednesday, November 13th
The Geospatial Centroid will again be celebrating this day of geospatial awareness and knowledge sharing
People, Places, and the Stories of Where
Wednesday, November 13th  |  10am – 4pm
Morgan Library Event Hall
Speakers, Posters, Lunch, Mini-Workshops, a Cutie-Peeling

Scholarship for GIS students – apply by Nov. 15th, 2019

Students!
A scholarship for students using GIS in their students is being offered by RM-URISA. Applications are due by Nov. 15th.
Details below…





The Rocky Mountain chapter of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (RM-URISA) is sponsoring a financial award for students using GIS

OpenStreetMap Day – October 30th!

Learn all about OpenStreetMap with 3 events to choose from:
1 – 2pm Spatial Stories Seminar about OSM in Morgan Library Rm. 203
2 – 4:30pm Workshop on creating OSM data with the JOSM Editor in Morgan Library Rm. 171
5 – 7pm Mapathon at Ramskellar


 

Featured Centroid Projects

We support a wide range of researchers in developing GIS projects, cartographic products, and interactive maps.

Cache La Poudre Watershed

The Centroid has developed an initial web mapping site that includes multiple data layers for the Cache La Poudre River Watershed.