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Graduate Studies

  • 10k

    Number of students that CSU-Pueblo serves annually

  • 25

    The average size of a class

  • 35

    Number of countries represented by students at CSU-Pueblo.

  • 825

    Cups of coffee sold weekly in Café Libro

  • 8k

    Number of CDs, DVDs, and videocassettes in the library

  • 1:16

    Faculty to student ratio

  • 40%

    Percentage of first generation college students in 2015-2016

  • 835

    Number of freshmen enrolled in 2016

  • 8

    Number of graduate degree programs

  • 5.4%

    Increase in the freshmen class for 2016

  • 1,125

    Weekly man hours it takes to feed students in the cafeteria

  • 2008

    The year CSU-Pueblo was named the top HSI by HACU.

  • 350k

    Number of books and government documents in the library

  • 28

    Number of majors CSU-Pueblo offers.

  • 52

    Number of minors CSU-Pueblo offers.

  • 100

    Number of accessible online databases

  • 100k

    Number of accessible print and online journals

  • 5

    Number of different names CSU-Pueblo has had.

  • 13.5k

    Number of pledges and gifts received during the On the Move campaign.

  • 6

    Number of campus locations where you can buy coffee

  • 49.3%

    Minority in overall student population is the most diverse in our history.

  • 34%

    Percentage of students enrolled of Hispanic descent

  • 48%

    Percentage of minority students enrolled at CSU-Pueblo

  • 11

    Number of pre-professional programs CSU-Pueblo offers.

  • 43

    Number of states represented by students at CSU-Pueblo.

  • 95%

    Percentage of students who receive some type of financial aid

  • 1965

    The year CSU-Pueblo became a four-year university.

  • 24k

    Slices of pizza served each year in the cafeteria

  • 1933

    The year CSU-Pueblo began as a three-room junior college

Education Pays

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics in 2011……

  • A BS degree pays 37% more than an AS degree
  • A Master degree pays 20% more than a BS degree
  • A professional degree pays 58% more than a BS degree
  • A PhD pays 47% more than a BS degree​

Staff

Take the first step towards reaching your goals by contacting a program director in your area of interest

Graduate Studies Programs

Higher Learning for Higher Achievement

Carefully chosen courses, taught by nationally recognized professors, are at the core of our advanced degree programs. And, as a student interested in pursuing one of these challenging yet rewarding degrees, you’ll be pleased to know CSU-Pueblo offers so many options for graduate work.

The mission of Graduate Studies is to promote and support academic excellence in graduate education and programs that prepare students for careers with impact to regional, state and national areas of priority. 

Contact US

Colorado State University-Pueblo
2200 Bonforte Blvd.
Pueblo, CO 81001
Phone: 719.549.2559
Fax: 719.549.2071 
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