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  • CAMPUS CLOSED on Monday, May 27

     

    All CSU Pueblo campus locations are closed on May 27 in observance of Memorial Day. Essential services will remain open.

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The CSU Pueblo Wildlife and Natural Resources Program seeks to help students learn how to explore and applied scientific skills through field and laboratory experience and data analysis in the most effective ways possible. Students receive the guidance, support, and inspiration necessary to be able to apply the techniques of scientific research to real-world ecosystem problems.

CSU Pueblo is a moderately selective institution, and we are committed to providing access to a 4-year college degree to any student who is academically prepared. We look at several factors to determine your preparation, including assessment scores, life experience, GPA, and academic rigor.

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