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  • COVID-19 Update: Campus open to public Monday through Friday, 9AM-12PM and 2PM-5PM.


    As of July 6, campus services are available in person and in remote format. Visitors must follow the signs to health screening upon arrival.

About the School


The Nursing programs at Colorado State University Pueblo were established in 1964 with the mission to prepare graduates for professional positions as safe, competent, and caring nurses that meet the health care needs of diverse populations. In 2017, the programs were recognized as part of the new and official CSU Pueblo School of Nursing. 


The School of Nursing will:

  • Provide quality learning experiences:  This will prepare graduates for entry level baccalaureate nursing practice, advanced nursing practice in a culturally diverse community, and advanced careers in the health care industry.
  • Provide multiple degree entry paths: The pathways are based on previous education and academic entrance criteria that support student achievement at a professional level.
  • Serve as a regional nursing education center for Southern Colorado: This is achieved by close collaboration with local and regional health care agencies to provide nursing programs.
  • Maintain educational excellence: This is to be demonstrated by a program status consistent with the Colorado Board of Nursing, national accrediting agency criteria and educational emphases on professional nursing standards.
  • Provide a supportive and caring learning environment: We plan to address the learning needs of a diverse student population.
  • Support role development: This will help graduates be responsive to the changing health care environment by redefining and maintaining competencies throughout one’s practice.
Shot of three students in online, in person, and hybrid learning formats.

Get Ready for Fall 2020

Cross-campus plans have been developed that allow for in-person, hybrid, and online class experiences that will help you to tailor your schedule in a flexible way that meets your personal needs.

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