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Teach your class at Continuing Ed's Learning Centers

August 14, 2009

For faculty who are interested in teaching their programs off campus and making education flexible and accessible for communities along the Front Range, space is available at Colorado State University Continuing Education's Learning Centers in Denver, Brighton, and Loveland.

Loveland Learning Center - 2915 Rocky Mountain Avenue, Suite 240

  • Classroom capacity for up to 30 students
  • Easy 30-minute drive from Fort Collins campus
  • Beautiful location with walking trails around two lakes and nature preserve
  • Easy access to restaurants and shopping at Centerra
  • Available days, evenings, and weekends
  • Accessible to students from Northern Colorado
  • Classroom sound systems and overhead projectors
  • LEED certified building
  • Free parking

Brighton Learning Center - 1850 Egbert Street

  • Classroom capacity for up to 50 students
  • Classroom sound systems and overhead projectors
  • Beautiful view of the Front Range mountains
  • Available days, evenings, and weekends
  • An educational facility with the local school district and Front Range Community College
  • Easy 15 minute drive from DIA, 20 minutes from Thornton, 30 minutes from Longmont, and 45 minutes from Greeley
  • Free parking

Denver Learning Center - 410 17th Street, Suite 1400

  • Multiple tiered classrooms and a computer lab with capacity for up to 50 students
  • Smart classrooms including laptops, sound systems, and projectors
  • Student lounge for mealtime breaks, including refrigerator and microwave
  • Available for daytime and evening classes
  • Centrally located in downtown Denver
  • Within walking distance of light rail transportation

To learn more or schedule a site visit, please call (970) 491-5388 or visit

Contact: Jeanna Nixon
Phone: (970) 491-2817