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Accepted? Now what?

So, you've been accepted for admission to CSU-Pueblo. Congratulations! Here are some important dates and next steps to enrolling.
  • Return your completed Verification of Information Form, which you received as part of your admissions packet.
  • Complete the FAFSA and CSU-Pueblo scholarship application by the March 1 priority deadline. If you are admitted later, still apply for financial aid as soon as possible. You will need your PID to complete the scholarship form.
  • Attend a Discover CSU-Pueblo Visit Day to experience campus first hand. If you cannot attend Discover Day, make other plans to visit campus. Contact the Visitor Center at 719.549.2418 or register for a tour online.
  • Explore our list of majors at CSU-Pueblo, if you haven’t yet chosen a major.
  • If you are a Colorado resident, apply for your College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend.
  • If you want someone other than yourself to have access to your student records, including your grades and bills, complete a FERPA form with the Registrar's Office (ADM 202).
  • Complete the Proof of Lawful Presence Verification Process in Admissions (ADM 201), if you have not applied for COF or submitted a FAFSA.
  • Submit medical records/immunization forms to Student Health Services.
  • Pay $85 enrollment deposit​ (only for students entering in Fall 2015 or after) and register for classes.
    • Freshmen should complete the Registration Authorization Form (sent to all deposited students by Admissions).
    • Transfer students will receive a Statement of Transfer Credit and special registration information approximately 2-3 weeks after admission.
  • Complete your housing contract and send the deposit by May 1 if you are living on campus.
  • Register for ThunderWolf Welcome, which is our required orientation for all first-year freshmen and transfer students.
  • Submit final, official transcripts upon high school graduation or after completing your last semester at another college. Also, be sure to submit any official AP/IB scores and transcripts for any concurrent classwork you completed while in high school.
  • If you need special accommodations for a disability, please contact the Disability Resources Office at 719.549.2663.
  • Be sure to check your student PAWS account for your student bill and related Financial Aid information, and pay your bill in a timely manner. PAWS allows easy access to Registration, Transcripts, Billing, Financial Aid, Course Evaluations, Address updates, Student Employment, Emergency Text, and more.
  • Review the campus calendar for important dates like the first day of class, tuition payment due dates, and drop-add deadlines.
  • Attend University welcome events, meet new people, and study hard in your classes.