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  • CAMPUS CLOSED November 23-27 in recognition of Thanksgiving and professional development of our employees with an emphasis on mental health and work/life balance. Campus remote operations will resume on November 30th.

     

  • Welcome Week Student Fair

Campus Life

Life Changing Experiences Beyond the Classroom

The various offices and programs within Student Affairs provide support and resources that help shape your college experience. 

Residence Halls

Residence Life & Housing

Our residence halls and apartments provide a safe environment, 24-hour staff, convenience, academic support, and programs to help you grow as a student and as a leader of the pack.

Entrance to the Rec Center

ThunderWolf Recreation

With a membership for ThunderWolf Recreation, you get more than just a place to exercise. You also get a large community of people like you: people who want a place that they can call their own and find every convenience all in a single location.

Students hanging out in OSC lounge

Student Conduct & Community Standards

We provide programs and services designed to foster a positive and safe environment for student learning. 

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Health Education & Promotion

CSU Pueblo is dedicated to providing a safe and healthy environment for students to complete their educational goals without the burden of problematic or illegal use of alcohol or other drugs.

CSU Pueblo Nurses looking at charts

Wolfpack Wellness Center

The Wolfpack Wellness Center is a fully-functioning healthcare office much like that of primary care physicians. We see scheduled patients, emergencies, and walk-ins.

Students playing chess

Counseling Center

We provide a professional and confidential setting that meets the psychological, emotional, and developmental needs of our students as they pursue their academic goals.

ASG students meeting in the OSC

Associated Students' Government

The Associated Students' Government of CSU Pueblo is dedicated to advocating on behalf of students and their concerns, bridging the gap between faculty, administration, staff, and students.

ASG

Greek life students smiling

Greek Life

Fraternity & Sorority Life builds an inclusive fraternity and sorority community and enhances the collegiate experience by supporting opportunities for Siblinghood, Leadership, Service, and Scholarship.

Wolfie visiting the Pack Pantry

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. It is located in the Occhiato Student Center, Suite 007.

Students at Orientation

Orientation

We are so excited for you to start your journey here with us. There are just a few steps you need to complete before starting classes, such as completing New Student Orientation (SO).

Graduating student

Commencement

We are so very proud of you and your accomplishments. Whether in-person or virtual, Commencement is an important milestone in your academic and professional career.

Student Organizations Logo

Student Organizations

Student organizations play an integral role in the educational and social life on campus at CSU Pueblo. Recognized student organizations demonstrate a close affiliation with the university and share a common vision in the promotion of extra-curricular and co-curricular missions of the university.

Students walking on-campus

Commuter Students

CSU Pueblo is committed to providing information, resources, and leadership opportunities that enrich the lives and college experience of students living off-campus.

students in class

First-Generation College Students

First-generation college students are defined as a student whose parent or guardian has not completed a bachelor’s degree. At CSU Pueblo, we value our first-generation college students and the strengths they bring by being the first in their family to go to college. 

Wolf statue

Parents & Pack Family

At CSU Pueblo, we understand that parents and family members play an important role in their student’s success. Our goal is to provide resources to keep you informed and help you support your student.

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Pack CARES

The Pack CARES Team is a campus resource dedicated to assisting students, faculty and staff who may be in distress or who may be experiencing challenging or difficult life circumstances.

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Career Closet

The Career Closet provides free professional clothing and wardrobe coaching to our students. This resource serves our student population so that they can feel prepared and professional as they launch their careers.

Performer with headdress

Diversity & Inclusion

At Colorado State University Pueblo, diversity is more than a symbolic gesture. We value and embrace people from all walks of life and are committed to the academic success of each student. 

Student studying together

Disability Resource & Support Center

The mission of the Disability Resource & Support Center (DRSC) at CSU Pueblo is to ensure provision of reasonable academic accommodations and support, designed to enhance academic effectiveness and promote independence in students with documented disabilities.

CAMP logo

College Assistance Migrant Program

The College Assistance Migrant Program is a grant-funded scholarship program by the Office of Migrant Education. CAMP is designed to meet the academic, financial, and social needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their children in pursuing higher education.

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Undocumented Student/Dreamer Support

We stand with and support undocumented students and DACA students, and their families. We provide resources and support for undocumented students to succeed at CSU Pueblo.

Male student

The English Language Institute

CSU Pueblo is proud to offer a high quality on-campus intensive English program for a reasonable cost. Our ELI employs an interactive method of learning academic English in an environment committed to student success.

ELI

Students reading together

International Programs

The International Programs office is a one-stop-shop that can assist with your application, admission, orientation, enrollment, immigration matters, graduation, and international alumni relations. We see that your culture and customs are represented on our campus and help you to make new friends as you complete your educational journey with us.

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Exchange Programs

The Center for International Programs and Inclusive Excellence can arrange study abroad opportunities at universities in Asia, Europe, and Mexico. Under these programs, CSU Pueblo students can study abroad for the cost of regular CSU Pueblo tuition and fees.

Dean of Students with three students

Office of the Dean of Students

The Dean of Student supervises the offices within Student Affairs and assists students, staff, and faculty in supporting the University's goals for student learning.

Welcome Week Student Involvement Fair

About Student Affairs

The offices and programs of Student Affairs provide inclusive co-curricular learning experiences, support, and services for our diverse student population by holistically developing students to have a purpose and positive impact in their communities.

Fountain on-campus

Assessment

Student Affairs assessment evaluates our activities, programs, facilities, and services based on our learning outcomes. Through the evaluation of assessment data, the division makes continuous improvements to meet learning outcomes in order to optimize student success.

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