Colorado State University Pueblo is hosting a one stop enrollment event at the Colorado Springs location on Thursday, Oct. 28 from 2:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. This event called REACT—register, enroll, advising, continuing and transfer—is for new and returning students at the CSU Pueblo Colorado Springs campus.
Timothy Mottet, president of CSU Pueblo, welcomed nearly 350 guests at the August 14 CSU Pueblo President’s Blue and Red Gala.
Colorado State University Pueblo welcomed Fred Galves, a new special assistant to the President for community engagement on Monday, Sept. 20. Galves is a Pueblo native and has a strong background with CSU Pueblo and higher education.
Colorado State University Pueblo received a $5 million Title III grant designed to help Hispanic and low-income students achieve degrees in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
The dream of helping place a college diploma on the wall of every local home is one step closer to reality, thanks to the partnership of Colorado State University Pueblo and Pueblo Community College with a new transfer center location on the campus of PCC. A ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony were held on Wednesday, Sept. 22 at PCC in the Michael Davis Academic Building in Room 124 at the CSU Pueblo Transfer Center at PCC.
Colorado State University Pueblo will celebrate National Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) Week Sept. 13 through 19 with programming, performances and speakers throughout the week. HSI Week opens Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, which takes place as CSU Pueblo honors 50 years of Chicano Studies Programs at the Belmont campus.
Colorado State University Pueblo Professor of History Jonathan Rees appeared on the Aug.29 episode of the Machines that Built America on the History Channel.
Colorado State University Pueblo joined the Presidential Fellows Program, which will give students the opportunity to study the United States presidency and public policy making.
A team of Colorado State University researchers — including CSU Pueblo professors Amaya Garcia Costas and Fran Sandmeier — was awarded $12.5 million from the National Science Foundation to explore fundamental details about microbes that live in the air, or the aerobiome.
Colorado State University Pueblo has announced that Juan Morales will serve as the new Associate Dean of the College of Humanities Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS).
Colorado State University Pueblo President Timothy Mottet Renewed Until 2026. The Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System has extended CSU Pueblo President Timothy Mottet’s contract for an additional five years, until 2026, and as part of the negotiation agreed to invest a total of more than $5 million in additional funds for the campus over that same period.
Colorado State University Pueblo begins the fall academic year with all-employee professional development the week of Aug. 16-20. The fall 2021 theme is “Pathways: Creating Meaningful Pathways to the 4-year Degree and Beyond.” Convocation is the all-employee development opportunity for CSU Pueblo and is filled with guest speakers, cutting-edge training and numerous in-person activities designed to prepare employees to welcome students to the fall semester.
Colorado State University Pueblo Foundation hosted a donor reception to recognize the philanthropic contributions supporting the Center for Integrated Health and Human Inquiry (CIHHI) building, formerly the Psychology building which opened August of 2020.
Timothy Mottet, president of Colorado State University Pueblo, is pleased to announce the return of the CSU Pueblo President’s Gala, now branded the CSU Pueblo President’s Blue and Red Gala. The Gala will take place on Saturday, Aug. 14 in the Occhiato Student Center Ballroom on campus. Proceeds from the Gala directly benefit future generations of CSU Pueblo students through scholarships and programs.
The Kenneth King Foundation awarded Colorado State University Pueblo $50,000. This award, given to the CSU Pueblo Works Program will provide grants to eligible CSU Pueblo Nursing students to supplement students’ unpaid clinical requirements. Up to 15 nursing students will be presented need-based stipends for previously unpaid clinical internships and field experiences in the 2021-2022 academic year. Stipends will vary by need and provide students with livable hourly pay to perform their work-based academic requirements.