A Life Changing Year A Life Changing Year

The global pandemic and everything that came along with it introduced us to new challenges and pushed us all to find new ways to persevere. We experienced hardship and loss, opportunities, and growth. Thanks to the incredible dedication, tenacity, and spirit of CSU Pueblo students, faculty, staff and citizens of Pueblo, our community did more than survive — it found ways to triumph, together.

Counting our Triumphs

Our Year in Numbers

Helpdesk support issues addressed.


COVID tests performed


Meals served on campus


Virtual, hybrid and in‑person events hosted


Turkeys given to faculty, staff, and students


Distributed to students in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security

Lives Changed

Stories from Our Community
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Because of COVID, we also learned of how adaptable we could be, and how access for students could be expanded. Prior to COVID, all support focused in-person and during business hours. Now the SLC (and other tutoring centers) are providing online tutoring support during business hours, but also on the evenings and weekends.”

We were successful with the transition from the College of Education, Engineering and Professional Studies to the new structure, The College of Health, Education and Nursing. Our new college continues to GROW!! My team was also amazing at transitioning to online, hybrid and hyflex classes in the midst of the pandemic. Several of them received certification in online teaching!!”

Receiving the work-study stipend saved me this last semester and eased so much stress out of my life. Without this stipend, I would not be where I am right now. For those who support themselves independently and live on their own, working less than 20 hours a week is not enough to support all financial needs. I hope future student teachers can have the same opportunity I had.”

I felt at ease being both a student and student work-study at CSU Pueblo during the turbulent times of the pandemic because of some amazing professors and educators, as well as the CSU Pueblo staff. I’m excited to start the next semester face to face.“

Abby Davidson
Director, Science Learning Center
Carol Foust
Associate Dean, Director of the School of Health Sciences & Human Movement
Ilura Love
Elementary Education, Class of ‘21
Josiah Montoya
Student, Class of ‘24

A Message from Our President

ThunderWolf Athletic Achievements

Not Even a Pandemic Could Keep Our Teams from Victory
Sierra Cardenas

“The Women's Soccer team captured the RMAC Tournament Championship for the first time in program history! In addition, Women's Soccer earned the top GPA in all of Pack Athletics in the Fall with a 3.752 Team GPA, as well as the highest cumulative team GPA in the Athletic Department for the 2020–2021 Academic Year, with a 3.645.”

Sierra Cardenas
Head Coach, Women’s Soccer
Sierra Cardenas

"Not taking anything away from any previous ThunderWolf teams but this one was the most memorable, exciting, accomplished and challenging of my career. We beat almost all of our opponents all year on the course as well as COVID and succeeded during a pandemic. This group bought in, committed and made the sacrifices to give us a chance to create one of the best years in Pack Golf history."

Josh Koschke
Head Coach, Men's Golf
Athletic Field

In the 2021 RMAC Women’s Soccer post-season tournament


Volleyball RMAC finish since 1997


In RMAC Men’s Golf Championship & advanced to NCAA Division II National Championship

A Year in Review

There’s so much more that’s happened around campus than we can capture on this page. This flipbook will give you a deeper look into some of the things CSU Pueblo and our community have accomplished in the last year.

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