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For me to describe the last year as "challenging" would be an understatement. Just one year ago, the CSU Pueblo Foundation hosted the President's Club Soiree and within days, the entire country was in lockdown. Our world was dramatically, and forever changed. CSU Pueblo closed the campus in late March and transitioned to online learning.

Despite the challenges over the past year, CSU Pueblo Foundation continued to support CSU Pueblo's students through scholarships and Embrace the Pack Emergency funding all thanks to our loyal and generous donors. I am proud of the work the Foundation Board and staff did this past year to ensure students had the resources needed to re-enroll in the Fall and Spring semesters. We could not have provided this support without the financial assistance we received from our commuity partners, private donors and the CSU Pueblo faculty and staff. 

After a year of isolation and remote learning and meetings, the Foundation was pleased to host the President's Club Soiree on March 11 to a small number of our most dedicated donors. This donor-centered event featured entertainment by guitarist, Caleb Benson, CSU Pueblo Senior - Music Performance; Tezla Neighbours, CSU Pueblo Senior and Kane Family Foundaiton Scholar, shared her CSU Pueblo experience; and Chad Heberly, chair of the CSU Pueblo Foundation Trustee and CSU Pueblo President, Dr. Timothy Mottet, shared their thanks to our donors.

We can't wait for big things to come in 2021 - be sure to mark Saturday, August 14 on your calendars for the CSU Pueblo President's Gala!

Go Pack!

Todd Kelly
President/CEO
CSU Pueblo Foundation

Vaccination Requirement and Exemptions

Student wearing face mask

The university's COVID-19 Vaccination Policy includes the COVID-19 vaccination unless an exemption is filed.

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