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COVID-19 Update

The Office of Admissions, along with the rest of campus, have moved to remote operations due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Because of this transition, some of our processes have and will continue to change in the coming weeks.

We will continue to update you and keep you informed of any changes. Please know that we are still available to help you. Included below are some updates on our current processes, as well as some helpful links. Both this page and our social media accounts (@PackAdmissions) will be updated as more information is available.

Your admissions counselor is still your best point of contact for everything related to the admissions process and for most other questions you may have about CSU Pueblo. Feel free to call, text, or email any questions.
Please expect a delay in our admission decisions through March 30. After that time, we expect to be able to provide students with decisions within 2-3 weeks of receiving all required documents. If you have questions about your status or any items we may be missing, please contact your admissions counselor. We also do send you emails about your status—be sure to check your junk mail folder of you have already applied and have not received any emails from our office.

Our office is not currently able to process paper transcripts, students should ask their institutions to send official transcripts electronically for faster processing. We accept electronic transcripts through a variety of services, including Parchment, Naviance, and National Student Clearinghouse. Some electronic send services may require an email address. In those cases, should be used. If paper transcripts are sent in, please be aware that, at this time, we will not be able to process those until we physically return to campus. 

We also understand that some schools may not be able to send official transcripts at this time, so we are making every effort to remain flexible with students. If your school is unable to send your transcript or is currently closed, please contact your admissions counselor and they will let you know which options are available to you.

We are currently exploring options for students who were unable to take either the ACT or SAT due to the cancellation of upcoming exams and will post updates on this page and on social media when more information is available.

Students admitted based on self-reported information now have an extended deadline of July 15 to submit all required official documents.

All in-person campus visits have been canceled through May 1. If you currently have a visit scheduled or registered to attend one of our events, like Discover Day, we will contact you to discuss ways we can help you experience campus virtually. We currently offer a virtual tour and remote appointments with admissions counselors and faculty members will be available by March 30. You can register for these opportunities here.
We understand that many families may be facing financial challenges right now. Additionally, we believe that it is important for all students to make an informed decision prior to committing to a school, and understand that the impacts of social distancing may make this difficult. Because of this, students can continue to deposit to register for classes. Additionally, any student who is experiencing difficulty paying their deposit should contact their admissions counselor for potential options. Registration is currently open for Summer and Fall 2020, so we still encourage any student who is ready to submit their enrollment deposit and reserve their spot for fall classes.
Students who have submitted their enrollment deposit and Registration Authorization Form should expect contact from their academic advisor to schedule a remote appointment.

We understand that many families may be facing financial difficulties at this time, so our deadline for automatic merit scholarships and the first generation scholarship has been extended to allow more students access to funding. Students who are admitted prior to June 15 will automatically be awarded a merit scholarship if they qualify. First generation students should be admitted prior to August 1 to qualify for the first generation scholarship.

More information about how to qualify for these scholarships is available on Student Financial Services' website.

Welcome to CSU Pueblo!

Colorado State University-Pueblo's goal is to serve you: we are here to deliver academic excellence and provide you with a learning environment in which you can realize your academic dreams and acquire the preparation necessary to meet your career goals. We offer a range of high-quality academic programs with a special career-orientation and professional focus.

Whether it's to achieve academic goals, take part in the college experience, explore the beauty of Colorado... or all of the above, you'll find yourself here at Colorado State University-Pueblo. We offer relevant professional coursework, superior instruction with a small professor-to-student ratio, and state-of-the-art technology for an ever-changing global economy. Invaluable hands-on experiences prepare you for the demands of the modern world.

The majority of our classes are taught by full-time faculty members so you are assured expert instruction and a quality education.

If you're still figuring out the direction you'd like to take with your education, please don't hesitate to contact Center for Academic Enrichment.

Find Yourself Here

At a Glance

  • Nearly 4,500 students on campus
  • 1:16 faculty to student ratio
  • Average class size is 21 students

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Your Future Starts Here


Are you ready to answer that age-old question: "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Selecting a degree program can be a big decision. Our academic advisors are here to help you focus your choices.

With 28 undergraduate degree programs, Colorado State University-Pueblo offers multiple paths to define your future.

From the College of Science and Mathematics, the Hasan School of Business, and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences to the College of Education, Engineering and Professional Studies you'll learn from nationally-recognized instructors to earn your degree.


Building on your education can continue for a lifetime. Whether it's reaching higher levels in your career, earning the degree that qualifies you for a specific job, or simply satisfying a desire to reach new heights, CSU-Pueblo offers popular graduate programs that allow you to achieve your goals.
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Get Ready for Fall 2020

Cross-campus plans have been developed that allow for in-person, hybrid, and online class experiences that will help you to tailor your schedule in a flexible way that meets your personal needs.


Oct 29

All Day

#LoveCSUPueblo Give Day...

Nov 04

11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Friends & Scholars Luncheon...

Nov 12

5:30 PM to 9:00 PM

The 22nd Annual Dining for Success Etiquette dinner is scheduled for Thursday, April 9th, 2020, 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. in the Occhiato University Student Center Ballroom. ...

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