Colorado State University Pueblo

2200 Bonforte Blvd, Pueblo, CO 81001
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Date Established: Colorado State University Pueblo was first established in 1933 when they began as a three-room junior college with 63 students and two instructors. They spent many years thereafter serving the community in that capacity and officially became a four-year university in 1975. Colorado State University Pueblo (CSU Pueblo) became the name in 2003.

Current use/ownership of building:  CSU Pueblo is a Public State University under the direction of the Colorado Department of Higher Education with governorship via the Colorado State University Board of Governors

Past use of building:  The CSU Pueblo campus has been on the hill for many years but has roots dating back to the Orman Campus (now Pueblo Community College)

Significant damages, restorations, etc: The campus is always evolving with recent renovations to the then Psychology building, the student center, and technology building 

Annual events/functions (link to community events): 

Athletic Events

Rental Facilities (great for weddings, proms and more!)

Fun fact: Designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution, the University boasts a friendly student body that is among the most diverse in Colorado at nearly 50 percent minority.

Community Impact: Over the past 75 years under four different names, the institution has graduated more than 30,000 students from around the world. Today, nearly 20,000 graduates  live in Colorado.

This page is sponsored by the Leadership Pueblo Class of 2022.