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  • COVID-19 Update: Remote Operations in Effect

     

    Until further notice, CSU Pueblo is serving our students and the public in a remote model.

Parents & Family Members

Pack Family Orientation

We value our ThunderWolf families and know that you provide a very important role in the success of your college student.  It’s important to us that families understand ways they can support their student throughout their college experience.  In conjunction with New Student Orientation, we will offer special programs for family members to learn about available resources and services for students. 

All new students are required to complete Pack Preview Online Orientation before August 22nd, 2020.  The mandatory Pack Preview Online Orientation will be available beginning May 11, 2020 through your students PAWs account.

Additionally, students may attend an optional in-person orientation to engage with faculty, staff, and other new students.  We also offer a Pack Family Orientation for family members to engage with faculty, staff, and learn about resources available at CSU-Pueblo.

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    When is Pack Family Orientation

    There are four optional in-person orientation dates.  

    More information on registration for the August in-person orientation dates will be released soon.

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    How do i register?

    Registration date TBD.

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    Is Pack Family Orientation mandatory?

    No, it is optional, but we have some great programs planned for parents and family members.
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    Why should I attend Parent and Family Orientation?

    We understand that you play an important role in your student’s success. Parent and Family Orientation is your opportunity to become familiar with all things CSU-Pueblo as you support your student through their transition.  You will meet and talk with the faculty and staff behind the services and resources that will play an important role in your student’s CSU-Pueblo experience. You will also receive valuable tips about what it means to be a CSU-Pueblo Family member and the ways that you can be most helpful to your student during this transition and beyond.  

 

Travel and Visitor Information

Since many of you are traveling from other parts of the state and the country, we have put together information that we hope you find useful. If you have questions about the Pueblo area please feel free to call the Office of Student Engagement and Leadership at 719.549.2151.

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Campus Safety: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We have a number of individuals working on a plan to ensure that we are prepared to take care of our students and employees in the event our campus is directly impacted by the coronavirus.

Student Engagement and Leadership

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