A Colorado State University Pueblo private athletics-focused foundation, The Friends of Football (FOF), announced in a community message on Tuesday, May 4, 2021, the intent to donate the Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl, including all donatable assets of FOF. FOF recently voted to dissolve the organization and gift the ThunderBowl to the CSU Pueblo Foundation, pending the satisfaction of all donation details by August 1, 2021, when additional details will be made available by the CSU Pueblo Foundation.
Colorado State University Pueblo will host middle and high school students from across the state of Colorado to participate virtually in the Colorado State Science Olympiad Tournament virtually on Saturday, April 10.
Colorado State University Pueblo alumna Dana Perino, class of 1994 mass communication, released her book “Everything Will Be Okay: Life Lessons for Young Women (from a Former Young Woman)” on Mar 9. Perino also sat down to talk about her book with former roommate and fellow mass communication alumna, Andrea Aragon, class of 1994.
The Vidal L. and Stella Raigoza family has established a memorial pre-nursing scholarship in their honor. The purpose of this endowed fund is to provide scholarship assistance to Colorado State University Pueblo pre-nursing students, who have graduated from Pueblo District No. 60 or No.70.
Colorado State University Pueblo celebrates Women’s History Month (WHM) throughout the month of March with accessible programming for students, faculty, staff and community members. WHM events at CSU Pueblo highlight prominent women of the Pueblo community, the efforts of students on campus, and present the opportunity for learning and dialogue.
Colorado State University Pueblo infused over $61 million into the Pueblo economy through student spending and $2.4 million in local sales and use-tax revenues, according to a recent Colorado economic impact study released by the Colorado State University System.
Denver, Colo. – The three Colorado State University System campuses and the out-of-state students attract nearly 23,000 Colorado jobs and more than $237.74 million in state income and sales tax revenue annually.
Colorado State University Pueblo on behalf of the Colorado State University Pueblo Foundation was awarded one time funding in January 2021, from Pueblo County for the Marijuana Excise Tax Scholarship Funds.These scholarship dollars allow for assistance with new student support, Pueblo County adult return to earn, retention for current students, and GED or transfer initiatives.
Colorado State University Pueblo and the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) signed a contract earlier in 2020, to enable youth in the Division of Youth Services (DYS) to enroll in college courses while in youth services care.
Colorado State University Pueblo congratulated Vice President of Enrollment Management, Communications, and Student Affairs, Chrissy Holliday as she earned her doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) in higher education leadership from Colorado State University’s School of Education.