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Welcome to CSU Pueblo!

Colorado State University Pueblo is dedicated to elevating our people and community by creating educational opportunities that bring together people of all backgrounds.

With individualized guidance, quality education, and access to interdisciplinary learning we set each and every one of our students up for a future of entrepreneuralism and success.

COVID-19 Updates

The Office of Admissions is available to help you both in person and remote formats. Included below are some updates and helpful links on our current processes in relation to COVID-19.

Follow our social media accounts @PackAdmissions for more information.

We are currently accepting transcripts via mail. However, 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, please be aware that, should the University move to remote operations, there will be a delay in processing those documents.

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.

Students are no longer required to submit official ACT or SAT test scores as part of the application process. Please visit our application completion page for additional information.

The priority deadline for submitting the FAFSA, CSU Pueblo Foundation Scholarship application, and official transcripts and test scores has been updated to May 1, 2021. Merit scholarships will continue to be updated based on official transcripts and test scores through May 1 as well.

Please be aware that some institutional scholarships are maintaining their own internal deadlines. For more information, students can reach out to Student Financial Services.

We are currently offering virtual and in-person visit options. Our virtual options include a virtual tour, virtual events, LIVE virtual campus tours (Tuesday & Thursday only), and remote appointments with admissions counselors and faculty members.

Our in-person options include a campus tour (including housing) and meetings with an admissions counselor. You can register for these opportunities and get more information here.

Please note the following for in-person visits.


Due to update COVID Policy, masks are required indoors for all vaccinated and unvaccinated visitors. Please do not come to campus if you feel ill. Please reschedule your visit instead.

We hope to meet with you soon!

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.

For general questions about CSU Pueblo's response to COVID-19, please visit our campus safety page.

We understand that many families may be facing financial challenges right now. Any student experiencing difficulty paying their deposit should contact their admissions counselor for potential options.

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

Find Yourself Here

At a Glance

  • 40 Countries Represented
  • 40% First generation Students
  • Average Class Size of 21 Students
  • 70+ Clubs and Organizations
  • 21 Division II Athletic Programs
  • $50 Million in Aid Given to Students Annually

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Spring 2022 Registration is Open

To register for Spring 2022 courses, students will need to meet with their academic success coach or faculty mentor, submit proof of vaccination or exemption, and self-register through Banner.

Registration Requirements

Submit Proof of Vaccination or Exemption

CARES Funding

Student wearing face mask

CARES Funding is available for eligible students to help pay for cost of attendance needs such as food, housing, childcare, health care, course materials, technology, tuition assistance, and other critical needs.

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