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Student Affairs' Giving Opportunities

The Student Affairs division is dedicated to providing intentional opportunities for students to learn, grow, and reach their highest potential. Support from our colleagues and community members allows us to fill gaps for students who may need assistance in order to focus on their education. Supporting the whole student, from mental or physical wellbeing to basic needs, provides a foundation for their academic pursuits.

Ways to give to help the whole student

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    Student Affairs' Foundation Fund

    The Student Affairs division is dedicated to providing intentional opportunities for students to learn, grow, and reach their highest potential. Unanticipated hardships resulting from emergencies, accidents, or unforeseen events can derail our students. With support from our community, we can provide immediate assistance for students. By helping with costs associated with housing expenses or utilities, replacing items lost due to fire or theft, or safety and medical concerns, the funds can provide immediate relief that allow students to regain stability and return their focus to their academic pursuits.

    The Student Affairs foundation funds provides immediate assistance to students in need. In collaboration with the PACK CARES team, the Student Affairs foundation team works to fill the gap for our students, so they are more likely to be retained and persist through graduation. Only current students can apply for assistance. This fund may cover expenses related to an immediate and vital need but may not be used for non-essential items, entertainment or recreation, or expenses for families or friends.

    Give to the Student Affairs' Foundation Fund

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    Campus Life Fund

    All the offices within the Student Affairs division provide services and events to support our students. This fund allows the offices to better reach our students in order to incorporate them in a vibrant college community.
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    International Student Scholarship

    The CSU Pueblo International Student Scholarship fund is used to support international students who are in need of one-time monetary assistance while pursuing their education with CSU Pueblo. This scholarship fund provides emergency funding for students facing unexpected financial hardships. In the past, donations to the CSU Pueblo International Student Scholarship have provided emergency meal plans and crucial funds that have ensured student retention.

    International students in their first year of study are not eligible for the scholarship.

    Give to the International Student Scholarship Fund

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    Thunderwolves Abroad

    The ThunderWolves Abroad Scholarship aims to make studying abroad more accessible to students. This scholarship fund helps to ease the financial costs associated with studying abroad for students so that they may take advantage of the opportunities CSU Pueblo provides. CSU Pueblo offers many university partnerships and faculty-led tours for students to participate in. Many of these opportunities allow students to pay the cost of CSU Pueblo tuition while studying away. This scholarship will support students with flight costs, day-to-day expenses, and housing abroad.

    Students awarded the scholarships for study abroad purposes have one year to use funds toward a study away experience (i.e. National Student Exchange, Study Abroad, and faculty led trips).

    Give to the Thunderwolves Abroad Scholarship Fund

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    Pack Pantry

    The Pack Pantry serves any student, faculty, or staff member of CSU Pueblo that is seeking aid in their struggle with food insecurity. The pantry is a partner agency to the Care and Share Food Bank of Southern Colorado and receives and purchases food items from the Care and Share Warehouse in Pueblo, as well as in-kind donations and monetary donations from donors.

    Learn more about the Pack Pantry Fund

    Give to the Pack Pantry Fund

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