CSU Pueblo Academy creates a new pathway to college access through low-cost, flexible online courses for students who did not meet admissions requirements

Colorado State University Pueblo (CSU Pueblo), a regional comprehensive university in southwest Colorado with a focus on professional studies, today announced a new admissions pathway that will expand college access for students who did not meet basic admissions requirements. In collaboration with StraighterLine, the new CSU Pueblo Academy offers low-cost, competency-based general education courses that enable students to earn admission to the university and apply the credits toward their bachelor’s degree. 

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Fall Convocation 2021 at Colorado State University Pueblo

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.

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Colorado State University Pueblo Receives 2021 Excellence and Innovation Award for Campus Pandemic Response from the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU)

Colorado State University Pueblo Receives 2021 Excellence and Innovation Award for Campus Pandemic Response from the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU). As a national leader in the advancement of higher education, AASCU promotes nearly 400 public colleges, universities, and systems to amplify progress, support innovation, and develop professionals within the industry.

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Over 1,000 Students Achieve Dean’s List Honors

During the 2021 Spring semester, 1,089 Colorado State University Pueblo students achieved a 3.50 grade-point average or higher. These 1,089 students navigated hybrid learning models, less in-person interaction and a pandemic to earn a place on the Dean’s List. All of these 1,089 undergraduate degree-seeking students completed 12 or more credit hours this spring.

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