Leveraging the Flea Market to Market Products, Services or Events

Room 130 | Monday - Friday 7:45 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

The Flea Market is located on the main level of the Lory Student Center and is a great opportunity for CSU student organizations and non-CSU (commercial vendors) to advertise and raise money. They may also advertise and sell their products or promote their services. Use of the Flea Market is by reservation only by contacting the Flea Market Manager directly at (970) 491-1114.  Our office is located inside the Campus Activities suite on level 100 of the Lory Student Center.

RESERVE A FLEA MARKET BOOTH IN THE LSC TODAY

How to Start Using the CSU Flea Market

Request a Booth

Start here by filling out a short form to reserve a Flea Market table, where you'll market to over 20,000 people who visit the LSC every weekday.

Sponsor a Student Org

Step two is to research and specify a student organization that your reservation fee will be allocated to when using the Flea Market.

Submit Contract

Once you've made a reservation and chosen a student organization to sponsor, time to submit a contract and complete the process.

Ready to Get Started?

Flea Market Layout

The Flea Market’s primary function is to support student organizations while providing a designated area for the CSU and the outside community to promote, inform, and conduct business. The Flea Market is located on the second floor of the Lory student center receiving traffic from those passing to the LSC Plaza, Transit Center, Bookstore and the Food Court. The Lory Student Center receives approximately 30,000 foot traffic daily.

Select Your Booth

Select a student organization (Outside vendors only!):
In order to support our student organizations on campus, a portion of the Vendor’s tabling fee will go to a registered CSU Student organization. See below for a complete list of student organizations to choose from. If a student organization is not chosen, one will be chosen for you.

Sponsor a Student Org

Organization Name
A+ Gaming
Ability Club
Academic Interest Group
Academic Village Events Crew
Academy of STEM Scholars
Action not Apathy
Actuary Club
Adventist Christian Fellowship
Africans United
Ag and Resource Economics - Grad Student Association
Agribusiness Association
Agricultural Ambassadors
Agricultural Sciences College Council
Agronomy Club
Air Force
Airsoft Club
ALANA Task Force: African American, Latino/a; Asian American and Native American Graduate Students
Alliance Scholars
Alpha Center
Alpha Delta Chi
Alpha Epsilon Pi International Fraternity
Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity
Alpha Kappa Delta
Alpha Kappa Psi - Nu Rho
Alpha Lambda Delta
Alpha Lambda Delta Collegiate Honor Society
Alpha Phi Gamma Sorority, Inc.
Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Sigma Kappa-Women In Technical Studies at Colorado State University
Alpha Sigma Phi
Alpha Tau Omega
Alpine Ski Team
Amani Club
American Association for Aerosol Research Student Chapter at CSU
American Fisheries Society Student Subunit at Colorado State University
American Indian Science and Engineering Society
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Colorado State University
American Institute of Chemical Engineers
American Sign Language Club
American Society of Civil Engineers
American Society of Interior Designers- Colorado State University
American Society of Mechanical Engineers at Colorado State
American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing- CSU Student Chapter
American Solar Energy Society at CSU
Anchors
Animal Science Graduate Student Association
Anthropology Club
Anthropology Graduate Student Society
APICS Association of Operations Management
Arabic Club
Archery Club
Argentine Tango Club
Arnold Air Society
Art Activism
Asian Pacific American Student Association
Associate of Graduate Economics
Associated Builders and Contractors Inc.
Associated Students of Colorado State University
Association for Computing Machinery
Athletes in Action
BABY Rams
Ballroom Dance Club
BARE Student Organization
Baseball
Bass Fishing Club
Bassic A Cappella
Best Buddies
Beta Alpha Psi Gamma Tau Chapter
Biochemistry Student Association
Biology Club of Colorado State University
Biomedical Engineering Society
Biomedical Student Association
BizMissâ„¢
Black Definition
Black Graduate and Professional Student Association
Black Student Alliance
Boggarts Quidditch Club
Bowling Club
Braiden Hall (Braiden Activities Crew)
Braiden Hall Council
Brain Injury Support Group
Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Club
Brew Crew at CSU
Bridges Honor Society
Bridges International
Campus Crusade for Christ
Campus Feminist Alliance
Campuswise- Iasis Christ Fellowship
Catholic Campus Ministry-RamCatholic
Celebrate Differences' Revolution
Chabad Jewish Student Organization.
Chemical and Biological Engineering Graduate Student Organization
Chemistry Club
Chess Club at Colorado State University
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship
Chi Epsilon
Chi Omega Fraternity
Chinese Language Club
Chinese Student and Scholars Association
Choice City Arts
Christ on Campus - Peace With Christ Lutheran Church
Christian Challenge
Christian Students at CSU
Circle K International
Circus Club
Citipointe at Colorado State
Close-Knit Project, The
Club de Cuenta Cuentos
College Against Cancer
College Democrats
College Ministry @ Faith
College of Agricultural Sciences Agricultural Ambassadors
College of Applied Human Science Dean's Leadership Council
College of Business, Dean's Student Leadership Council
College of Natural Sciences College Council
College of Veterinary Medicine and Biological Sciences College Council
College Republicans at CSU
Collegiate 4-H at CSU
Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
Collegiate Farm Bureau
Collegiate Horsemen's Association
Collegiate Stockgrowers at Colorado State University
Colloquium in the Life Sciences
Colorado National Association for Music Education
Colorado Restaurant Association
Colorado State Crew Team
Colorado State Ducks Unlimited
Colorado State University Collegiate DECA
Colorado State University for Samburu
Colorado State University Zoology Club
Colorado Water Resource Club
Community Cakes
Computer Information Systems Club
Construction Management Association of America
Construction Management Student Board of Directors
Council of International Student Affairs
Creating Respect Educating Wellness for & by Students
Criminal Justice Organization, The
Crossway
CSU ARMY ROTC CADET FUND
CSU Block and Bridle Club
CSU Film Society
CSU German Club
CSU Hospitality Club
CSU Inline Hockey Club
CSU League of Legends
CSU Minecraft Club
CSU Skydiving Club
CSU Snowboard Team
CSU Synchronized Swimming Team
CSU Tango
CSU TOASTMASTERS CLUB
CSU Wakeboard Team
Cycling Team
D3 Ice Hockey at CSU
Dactyls Student Organization
Dance Marathon
Day Without Hate
Debate Union at Colorado State University
Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society
Delta Delta Delta
Delta Sigma Pi
Department of Newsom Affairs
Design and Merchandising Graduate Student Association at CSU
Design and Merchandising Leadership Team
Disc Golf Club at CSU
Disciples Today
Drawing Guild
Economics Club
Edwards Leadership Team
Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Student Organization
Empowering Today, Strengthening Tomorrow
Energy Service Corps
Engineering College Council
Engineers Without Borders at Colorado State University
English Riding Club
Environmental Action Collective
Environmental Engineering Society
Environmental Engineering Society and Water Environment Federation
Environmental Health Student Association
Eta Kappa Nu
Event Planning In Corbett
Experience and Support while building Confidence and Awareness through Positive Encouragement
Fair Advocates for Cultural truths
Fair Trade University
FarmHouse Fraternity
Fashion Group International CSU Student Group
Fearless Stimulating Theraputic Original Photography Project
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Field Hockey
Figure Skating Team
Film Production
Finance Club
Financial Planning Association of Colorado State University
Finding Racial and Economic Equality
flatironsCSU
Fort Collins Atmospheric Scientists
Front Range Student Ecology Symposium
Gamma Beta Phi Society, The
Geller Center for Spiritual Development
Generation Combating Sex Trafficking
German Club
Gillette Entomology Club
Global Ambassadors Program
Global Awareness and International Affairs
Global Connections: Internationally Minded Students
Graduate Student Council
Gymnastics
Habitat for Humanity
Harry Potter Alliance
Health Physics Society Student Chapter
Hesperia Junior Society
History Club/Phi Alpha Theta
Homeless Awareness Team
Honors Student Association
Horse (Equine) Polo Team
Horticulture Club
Hui ‘O Hawai’i at CSU
Humans versus Zombies
Hygiene for Humanity
Ice Hockey (Men's)
Ice Hockey (Women)
iLEAD (formerly Towers Hall Council)
Impact
Indian Student Association
Industrial and Organizational Psychology Association of Colorado
Ingersoll Hall Council
Inline Hockey
insideout serve
Interfraternity Council
International Interior Design Association
International Justice Mission
International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineers, Student Chapter at CSU
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
Invisible Children
Iranian Student Organization
Japan Club
Japanese Student Association of Colorado State University
Jousting Club at Colorado State University
Kadampa Meditation Club
Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Delta Sorority
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Karate- Do Club
Knights of the Green and Gold
Kung Fu club
Kuwaiti Club
La Raza
Lacrosse (Men's)
Lacrosse (Women's)
Latin American Students and Scholars Organization
Latin Rhythm Student Organization
Latter-Day Saint Student Association
Le Cercle Français
Leaders in Free Thought
Liberal Arts Dean's Leadership Council
Libyan Students Association
Logging Sports
Longboarding Club at Colorado State University
Lory Student Center Governing Board
Lutheran Campus Ministry
M.A.S.S. B.L.A.N.K.'N.
Malaysian Student Association
MANRRS (Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences)
Marketing Club
Masters of Social Work Student Association
Math Club
Medieval Society
Meditation and Buddhist Interest Club
Microbiology Student Association
Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology Graduate Student Organization
Mill City Church at CSU
Mock Trial
Mountain Riders Horse Club
MSTies Anonymous of Northern Colorado
Multicultural Greek Council
Music Therapy Student Association
Musical Meditation
Muslim Student Association
Narrow Road Christian Fellowship
National Art Education Association
National Association of Home Builders
National Council of Teachers of English@CSU
National Residence Hall Honorary
National Society of Black Engineers
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Native American Student Association
Navigators, The
Nepali Students Association
New Era CSU
No Kid Hungry
Nutrition and Fitness Club at CSU
On the Bright Side
One Health Club
Online News Association at Colorado State University
Order of Omega
Organization of Graduate Student Writers
Orthodox Christian Fellowship
Outdoor Club at CSU
Pagan Student Alliance
Pakistan Rams Society
Palm Oil Committee
Panhellenic Council
Parmelee Hall Council
PC Gaming at Colorado State University (CSU)
Phi Gamma Delta
Phi Kappa Tau
Phi Kappa Theta
Philosophy Club Of Colorado State University
Pi Alpha Xi, Chi Chapter
Pi Beta Phi Sorority
Pi Lambda Chi Latina Sorority, Inc.
Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science Honor Society) Delta Phi Chapter
Pinnacle Honor Society
Pottery Guild at Colorado State University
Pre-Dental Club
Pre-Law Club at Colorado State University
Premedica
Pre-Occupational Therapy Club
Pre-Optometry Club
Pre-Pharmacy Club
Pre-Physical Therapy Club
Pre-Veterinary Club at CSU
Professional Veterinary Medicine Class of 2013
Psi Chi & Psychology Student Alliance
Public Relations Student Society of America
Pursue
PVM Class of 2015
Queer Women Engaging in an Encouraging Nexus
Ram Racing Formula SAE
RAMblings, The
Ramnime
Rams Clean Fort Collins
Rams for Christ
Rams Organizing for Animal Rights
Rangeland Ecology Club
Real Estate Club
Reformed University Fellowship
Registered Student Organizations
Residence Hall Association
Robotics at CSU
Rock, The
Rodeo Club
Rotaract
Rugby (Men's)
Rugby (Women's)
Russian Student Association
SACNAS-CSU Chapter
Salam
SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society Colorado State University Chapter
Saudi Student House
School of Public Health Student Council at CSU
Science Fiction and Fantasy Club
Sciences Of Life
Security Club
Shades of CSU
Shotgun Sports Club
SIAM Chapter at Colorado State University
Sigma Alpha Lambda
Sigma Alpha Professional Agriculture Sorority
Sigma Iota Epsilon
Sigma Nu
Sigma Pi
Silver Wings Columbine Chapter
Snowriders
Soccer (Women)
Soccer Club (Men)
Social Marketing
Social Work in Action
Society for Conservation Biology
Society for Ecological Restoration Student Association
Society for Human Resource Managment, CSU Chapter
Society of American Foresters
Society of Asian Scientists & Engineers
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
Society of Physics Students
Society of Professional Journalists at CSU
Society of Professional Journalists CSU Student Chapter
Society of Women Engineers
Soka Gakkai International- CSU
Spanish Club
Speak Out Students of CSU
STAND
Starcraft II
Student Association for Fire Ecology
Student Center for the Public Trust
Student Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects
Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association
Student Composers Alliance
Student Health Advisory Council
Student Hospitality Network, The
Student National Association of Teachers of Singing at CSU
Student Occupational Therapy Association
Student Organization for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Allied People
Student Organization of Landscape Design and Contracting
Student Organization of Visual Arts
Student Parent Group
Student Peace Alliance at Colorado State University
Student Sustainability Center
Student Sustainable Farm
Student Veterans Organization
Students as Leaders in Science
Students for Holocaust Awareness
Students for Life
Students For Obama
Students for Study Abroad
Students in Design
Students of Ethnic Studies Raising Voices of Empowerment (SERVE)
Students United For Reproductive Justice
Summit Hall Involved Residents Team
Sustainable Remediation Forum (SURF) - Student Chapter at CSU
Swimming Club at CSU
Swing Dance Society
Taekwondo Club at Colorado State University
Taiwanese Student Association
Take Back the Tap
Tau Beta Pi - Engineering Honor Society
Tau Iota Omega Chapter of Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society
Team Handball at Colorado State University
TEDxCSU
Tennis Club
TESL/TEFL Student Association
Test Organization
Thai Student Association
Thaqalayn Campus Fellowship
The Can Kicks Back at Colorado State University
The Heisenberg Society
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers at Colorado State University
The Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Excellence
The Semper Fi Society
The Student Union at CSU
The United Printmakers Guild
The Young Producers Organization
Theta Chi Fraternity
Timmy Global Health Chapter at CSU
Tournament Paintball
Toxicology Student Association
Transfer Student Association
Triangle Fraternity
Triathlon Club
True Man Coalition
Turfgrass Managment Club
Ultimate Frisbee (Men's)
Ultimate Frisbee (Women's)
Undeclared Leadership Council
United Men of Color
United Nations Association of Colorado State University
United States Green Building Council CSU Chapter
United Women of Color
Up 'til Dawn
Upsilon Pi Epsilon
Valuing Innovative Performance Management Club
Versatility Ranch Horse Team
VIETNAMESE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION AT COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY
Volleyball (Women's)
Volleyball, Men's
Warner College of Natural Resources College Council
Water Polo (Women's)
Watershed Science Club
Wellness Club
Wesley Foundation @ CSU: Methodist Campus Ministry
West African Drum and Dance
Wildlife Disease Association
Wildlife Society, The
Wing Walker Drill Team
WISDOM: Women In Science Devoted to Outreach and Mentoring
Women in Construction
Women in Physics
Women's Conference Committee
Wrestling Team
Xi Sigma Pi
Yoga Club
Young Americans for Liberty
Young Life at CSU
Youth for Ron Paul
Zen Club at CSU
Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority

Flea Market Policies

Be Sure to Read Our Flea Market Policies Carefully

  1. All entities other than official CSU recognized Student Organizations, hereinafter termed Vendors, may schedule, upon availability, up to fifteen (15) days per semester in the Flea Market at Colorado State University.
  2. Vendor tables are available for a total of $100 per day ($60 for non-profits plus documentation showing 501 C 3 status). Fees must be received by the Flea Market Office prior to the date the Vendor is scheduled in the Flea Market, and include: a signed Terms of Use form, a completed Contract, Vendor’s Tax Identification Number, a photocopy of sales tax license, and a photocopy of Certificate of Insurance (for marketing firms representing credit card companies only).
  3. Acceptable forms of payment are: company check, certified postal money order, or cash. Checks should be made out to Campus Activities, CSU. Payment must be sent or delivered to the Flea Market office, Lory Student Center, 8033 Campus Delivery, Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-8033.
  4. Table and sponsor fees are non-refundable, non-transferable, and not dependent on perceived success of the Vendor’s experience in the Flea Market.
  5. Vendors may not solicit customers other than from behind their reserved table. No unreasonable noise, disruptive or abusive behavior will be tolerated. Vendors must remain behind their tables and demonstrate professionalism at all times.
  6. Vendor scheduling is on a first-come, first-served basis. Space reserved is considered confirmed upon receipt of all fees and all documents described in #2 of this document.
  7. The hours of the Flea Market are Monday through Friday 8am-4:45pm
  8. Any Vendor that does not arrive within the half hour of their scheduled day/time forfeits reserved space in the Flea Market, unless previously arranged with Flea Market staff. Other Vendors reserving space for that same day may request forfeited space through the Flea Market Office.
  9. Vendors using electrical outlets must provide and utilize a surge protector for their equipment.
  10. Vendor must provide written information about its ability to back its claims and guarantees. During the Vendor’s use of the Flea Market, a statement must be made available to purchasers that sets forth the circumstances under which purchasers may return merchandise during and after the sale including the Vendor and Vendor’s representative’s addresses, and phone numbers. This information must be posted or made available for customers to take at the Flea Market site.
  11. Colorado State University reserves the right to:
  • reassign tables space if deemed necessary by the university
  • remove a Vendor from the Flea Market or restrict Vendor’s future use of the Flea Market.I/we, the undersigned, have read and agree to these Terms of Use.

Vendors will be asked to confirm they have read these policies when submitting a contract.

Food Policies

Be Sure to Read Our Food Policy Carefully

  1. If you would like to sell food at the Flea Market please e-mail with the following information: Local provider, manufacturer or licensed establishment, details of product identification, address, prior to approval, product review before.

Request a Flea Market Booth

Sign a Flea Market Contract

CSU Entities
CSU Entities will sign this contract and include the following:

  • Registered student organization
  • Department
  • Office on Campus

**If you are a CSU student or employee wanting to use the Flea market for personal use (i.e selling own products) you will need to sign up as a vendor.

Off-Campus Vendor
All off campus vendors including nonprofits will sign this contract.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I sell food in the LSC Market?

This depends on the type of food that you’re selling. If you plan on selling food at the Flea Market, indicate that in the contract along with what the food is and the company that it is from.  Please see food market policy tab for additional guidelines.

Can I distribute candy at the Flea Market?

Distributing candy at the Flea market is allowed if it is commercially produced and individually wrapped. This means that you cannot distribute baked goods that you produced.

If I cannot make my tabling day, can I get a full refund?

No, the table rental fee is non refundable. However if you contact the Flea Market manager 24 hours before your date, you may be able to reschedule.

Can I pay for my table with a credit card?

Please use pay pal link. Otherwise, you may send in a cash, check or money order.

Can I reserve more than one table?

You are more than welcome to reserve multiple tables. You will be charged per table and must indicate earlier on to ensure spots are still available. It is possible that you may not gain approval if it is a busy day.

Are there parking passes available?

Parking passes are available for $12. They can be purchased at the Campus Activities office located in the Lory Student Center.