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Students enjoying the Student Involvement Festival

The Student Involvement Festival brings more than 175 campus and community organizations to campus.

On the first Wednesday of Fall classes, students can learn about how to become engaged on campus with a variety of for-profit and non-profit Pueblo entities.
Students meeting with an academic tutor

CSU-Pueblo offers more than 300 hours of tutoring and academic support services each week for its students.

Students walking from the Recreation Center

CSU-Pueblo boasts one of the most diverse student populations in the state.

Almost 40 percent of this year’s freshman identified as being Hispanic, with the freshman class at 52 percent ethnic minority. The overall student population stands at 45.3 percent minority.
Pack Football

In just eight years, ThunderWolf football has climbed from start-up to national powerhouse.

Since reviving its football program in 2008, CSU-Pueblo has compiled an 80-18 record and won five consecutive Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships, five post-season tournament bids, and the 2014 NCAA Division II National Championship.
A CSU-Pueblo Student working as a workstudy

CSU-Pueblo is a military-friendly school.

GI Jobs magazine 2014 Military Friendly Schools list ranks CSU-Pueblo among the top 15 percent of the nation’s institutions for its commitment to supporting military students through services, programs, discounts, scholarships, clubs, and networking opportunities.
Wolfie and Tundra. Mascots of Colorado State University-Pueblo

CSU-Pueblo dominates men's racquetball nationally.

CSU-Pueblo’s nation powerhouse racquetball team earned runner-up honors at the 2015 National Intercollegiate Championships in Tempe, Ariz. Seeking its 17th national championship since 1992 and the defending national champions, the ThunderWolves took second to perennial rival Oregon State University.
This Image is a place holder for the Southeast Asia Memorial

CSU-Pueblo is home to the Southeast Asia Memorial.

Every Coloradan from every military branch killed in the Vietnam War is listed on the renovated Southeast Asia Memorial in the center of campus.
This image is a place holder for campus safety

CSU-Pueblo is one of the safest campuses in Colorado.

CSU-Pueblo ranked safest in 6 of 7 categories in a 10-year compilation of crime statistics on Colorado campuses by the Durango Herald in 2012.
One of the newest buildings on campus, the General Classroom Building

The campus landscape has changed dramatically in the last five years.

The CSU-Pueblo campus landscape continued its transformation in the Fall of 2015 with the opening of the 40,000-square-foot General Classroom Building (GCB) as well as groundbreaking for the 24,000-square-foot addition to the Occhiato University Center (OUC).
The Malik and Seeme Hasan School of Business

The Hasan School of Business ranks among the top 15 percent of all business schools internationally.

The ranking is based on the accreditation of its graduate and undergraduate programs by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
A student working online

CSU-Pueblo seeks to equip the nation with professionals to replace a retiring workforce and take advantage of a growth industry with its first online degree program.

Beginning in Spring 2016, the first online degree completion program offered by CSU-Pueblo Online will be a bachelor’s degree in Construction Management.
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