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Prospective Students

Students walking to class.

Our programs cater to a variety of student profiles from high school students getting a head start on their college degrees to adult learners seeking degrees for professional advancement.

We're ready when you are.

Take the first step towards becoming a Colorado State University-Pueblo student. Our admissions process will help you prepare for a rewarding college experience. Start the next most important stage of your life.

We look forward to providing you with the information you'll need to help advise students interested in becoming part of the Pack. Please contact us if you have any additional questions.

Students studying in the General Classroom Building

At a glance:

  • About 4,500 students and growing
  • 1:16 faculty to student ratio
  • Over 70 areas of study
  • Hands-on experiences through:
    • Internships
    • Undergraduate Research
    • Practical Applications
    • More than 60 Student Clubs and Organizations

Higher Education Admission Requirements

Students need to complete the following classes in order to fulfill the Higher Education Admission Requirements. Students must also meet the 86 Index for Automatic Admission.

  • Four years of English
  • Four years of Mathematics including two years of Algebra and one of Geometry
  • Three years of Natural/Physical Sciences with two units lab-based
  • Three years of Social Sciences including one year of U.S. History
  • One year of a foreign language
  • Two years of appropriate Academic Electives

College Opportunity Fund

​​In-state students should register for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) to receive a tuition stipend.

CSU-Pueblo Codes

  • ACT--0524
  • GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, SAT--4611
  • FAFSA--001365

High School University Program (Concurrent Enrollment)

Under Colorado's Postsecondary Options Act, high school juniors and seniors may register for classes at Colorado State University-Pueblo. Students must submit an application for admission approved by their high school counselor. In some cases, the high school district may pay for the student's tuition. For more information, call Lisa Vigil, High School Programs Specialist at 719.549.2734.

Senior-to-Sophomore Program

We also offer a Senior-to-Sophomore (STS) program by agreement with various high school districts. High school students in this program are afforded the opportunity to study in university level courses while remaining in their high school classrooms. For more information, call Lisa Vigil, High School Programs Specialist at 719.549.2734.

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Contact Us

2200 Bonforte Blvd. Pueblo, CO 81001
Admissions Office: 719.549.2462
Admissions Office Fax: 719.549.2419
Visitor Center: 719.549.2418
Financial Aid: 719.549.2753

Admissions Counselors

Tiffany Kingrey - Director of Admissions
Phone: 719.549.2708

Mattie Ross - Assistant Director of Admissions
Phone: 719.549.2424

Noelle Clark - Regional Admissions Counselor
Phone: 719.225.5275

RaeAnn Gutierrez - Denver Scholarship Foundation Advisor
Phone: 719.549.2460

Ryan Kendall - Admissions Counselor
Phone: 719.549.2644

Malorie Weiss - Admissions Counselor
Phone: 719.549.2637

Michael Hellman - Admissions Counselor
Phone: 719.549.2093


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