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.
Colorado State University Pueblo announced the appointment of the new Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Victoria Obregon. Obregon currently serves the university as assistant director of the Center for International Programs and regional director of College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP).
Colorado State University Pueblo lecturer in the School of Health Science and Human Movement, Karen Marley received the 2020 Joy of Effort Award from the Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) America.
Colorado State University Pueblo wrapped-up another amazing day of support at 11:59 p.m. on Oct. 29. The Fifth Annual Love CSU Pueblo Give Day once again exceeded expectations raising much-needed dollars for 27 cross-campus campaigns.
Colorado State University Pueblo’s Communities for Building Active STEM Engagement (CBASE) is hosting a virtual student research symposium Nov. 10-12 to showcase work of students during the 2020 fall semester.
Colorado State University Pueblo Information Technology (IT) staff use numerous strategies to keep the campus safe from cyber threats, that include traditional education and information efforts to highly sophisticated online cyber security tools.