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No matter how important your academic life may be to you and your future, we understand the uncertainty of our worldwide situation likely means that basic living needs and concerns fill your minds.

Residence Life & Housing

Safety Measures in Residence Halls and Campus Housing

  • All bedrooms and common spaces were measured for capacity.
  • Capacity has been altered to ensure that each person has more than 6 square feet of personal space.
  • Small triple rooms have been converted to double rooms. Large triple rooms provide more than 6 square feet of free space (not including furniture) per person.
  • The most common room type, double rooms with shared bathrooms, has over 137 square feet of free space (not including furniture) and will remain as doubles. Bathrooms are shared with no more than four people.
  • More single rooms with shared bathrooms have been created to meet the demand.
  • Common spaces have Capacity Limit signs posted and are cleaned by professional custodians.
  • All rooms and apartments were cleaned before fall move-in.
  • Professional cleaners are cleaning all bathrooms and community spaces before move-in.
  • Student staff cleaners touched up and sanitized all bedrooms that were previously cleaned in April and May but not occupied in the summer.
  • Staff did a final walk-through of the floors and disinfected all door handles the week before move-in.

Fall 2020/Housing Contracts

All classes will be online after Thanksgiving Break, November 30, through Fall Finals, December 11. Since this is a planned change in instruction, Housing has decided to offer term dates for billing related to Fall housing.

Please talk with your family or any decision-makers related to your expenses and decide which contract term works best for you. It is ideal to select the most likely scenario so that your initial financial aid, if available, can cover the true cost of housing. We understand that plans change, so we will allow you to change your term selection later in the semester.

Terms have the same weekly cost but the total bill is decided by the number of weeks indicated. The week of move-in is not considered in billing. Weekly billing starts on the first day of class. We will not prorate by any other week combination. Student agreements will be adjusted to reflect either a 13-week term or a 16- week term. To update term selection, please complete the Updated Term Selection form. This form closes November 30th at 11:59 PM.

Residence Life and Housing

Food Services

On Campus

The Pack Café, Café Libro, Einstein’s Bagels and Tacos Navarro will be open on campus and offering a variety of to-go food options. There will be limited seating in the Pack Café.

Physical distancing and up-to-date cleanliness guidelines will be strictly followed. More information can be found here.

Pueblo Food Project

The purpose of this guide is to equip the citizens of Pueblo with up to date information on food availability while our community undertakes COVID-19 precautionary measures.


  • Free grocery distributions
  • Free food pantries
  • Free individual meal services
  • Children’s nutrition
  • Federal Programs and Services
  • Local Farm and Food Store hours of operations and product availability
  • Grocery Store Hours of Operation (modified & senior shopping hours)
  • Pharmacy Hours
  • Sit-down restaurants doing take-out during State Mandated restaurant restrictions 
  • Food safety and COVID-19, extra precautions for food preparation
  • Other food resources
  • A note to food sector businesses
  • Pueblo Food Project

Pueblo Food Project

Health Services

WolfPack Wellness Center

If you have a fever and/or respiratory symptoms (cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing), call 719-549-2830 BEFORE, coming into the center.

Appointments maybe made by telephone at the main clinic or online at

Counseling Services

With a valid CSU Pueblo PID, one-on-one Zoom sessions are available for counseling services. The Student Counseling Center knows that this can be a difficult time for some of our Pack Family.

The Counseling Center is here to provide support via Zoom, by appointment only. Students are encouraged to call the Counseling Center at 719-549-2838 to schedule an appointment. As always, if you are experiencing a life threatening emergency, please call 911 or visit your local hospital.

Office of Student Affairs


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