We want your campus experience to be as positive and enriching as possible so we offer a variety of services to assist you with your educational, physical and emotional needs. If you do you not find the information you’re looking for within this section, please feel free to contact us:
2200 Bonforte Blvd.
Pueblo CO 81001-4901
University Operator: 719.549.2100
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
|Associated Students Government
|BRH Front Desk
|Center for Academic Enrichment
|College of Education, Engineering and Professional Studies
|College of Humanities and Social Sciences
|College of Science and Mathematics
|Dean of Student Life
|Outdoor Pursuits Program
|Hasan School of Business
|Information Technology Services Help Desk
|Student Activities Board
|Student Financial Services
The purpose of the Career Center is to provide you with the opportunity to develop a clear career objective, obtain relevant work experience, and learn the skills necessary to conduct a successful self-directed job search.
Our career services help students, faculty, alumni and employers find part-time, summer, and full-time professional employment. We’re also here to provide guidance with respect to graduate and professional schools and are a great resource for information about job fairs, internships and resume writing.
LARC, Suite 187
It’s a challenge to balance home life and school schedules, so we’re proud to offer you a nationally accredited childcare service on campus. Our center is designed to educate and inspire toddlers, pre-schoolers and pre-K children ages two to five, and is open daily from 7:00am to 5:30pm to give you lots of flexibility.
We have an excellent ongoing staff training and development program, and use a state of the art electronic sign in and out system so you know your child in a safe and secure environment.
Please contact us to learn more about our program, tour the center, or register. Ask about our student discount!
All students are required to have a CSU-Pueblo ID card. You can obtain an ID in the Occhiato Center Office, Room 102, during regular working hours, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The cost of an ID is $10 to be paid at the time of purchase. Your CSU-Pueblo ID acts as a debit card for Thunder Bucks.
Thunder Bucks is the most convenient and worry free way to take care of your food needs while on campus. Thunder Bucks can be used at any of the CSU-Pueblo dining locations including La Cantina, the Pavilion, Coffee Cart and the Columbine Cafe. A 10% discount is given at the cash register. As an added bonus, you’re not taxed on your purchases!
Purchase your Thunder Bucks at Auxiliary Services located in OUC Room 102. Thunder Bucks is neither transferable nor refundable and expires at the end of the academic year. There is a $10.00 minimum to purchase Thunder Bucks.
*There has been some confusion with the switch of fiesta cash and bookstore bucks being combined into Thunder Bucks. The money that is attached to your meal plan is called FLEX POINTS. It is not Thunder Bucks. It can be used in Food Services areas ONLY! It cannot be used in the bookstore, vending machines, or the laundry machines.
The staff of the Center for Academic Enrichment is committed to assisting you in your academic life. Our programs are designed to help you with you career decisions as well as tutoring and labs. Some of our programs include:
ARMY SERVICES - ROTC
Are you a scholar? An athlete? A leader? Do you want to gain the skills that are necessary to succeed in today's world? If you answered yes to these questions then you should give Army ROTC a try.
The Army is an excellent career opportunity. Whether you’re looking for a career in the military or a stepping-stone to a better civilian career, Army ROTC offers you the opportunity to succeed in today's demanding world. With the increasing costs of education, Army ROTC offers excellent scholarship opportunities for young men and women. We offer a Military Science Minor that you may earn in addition to your Baccalaureate degree. Quite simply, you’ll learn the leadership and management skills needed to become a U.S. Army officer or have a successful civilian career.
Enrollment and Scholarship Officer
Department of Military Science
Colorado State University-Pueblo
2200 Bonforte Boulevard
Pueblo, CO 81001-4901
Phone: 719.549.2163 or 2176
Did you know the OUC has a student computer lab? It’s available in the Occhiato University Center, room 104, next to the Career Center. Sixteen computers, complete with flat screens and a new Laser printer are available. Summer Hours: 8 am - 7 pm everyday.
Other computer lab options include Departmental Computing Labs that are managed by various departments on campus and Student Computing Labs located in Technology 230.
Contact the help desk for more information: 719.549.2002.
Student Health Services
Student Health Services is committed to providing quality health care and health education/promotion accessible and affordable to all students regardless of financial ability. We want to help you achieve maximum physical health so you may participate fully in the educational and personal growth opportunities afforded by the University.
Making decisions about health issues can be confusing. We encourage you visit the health clinic whenever necessary. Our staff is available to help guide you.
Our areas of service include:
- Acute and Chronic Illnesses
- Preventative Medical Services
- Wound Evaluation and Treatment
- STD Screening and Treatment
- Physical Exams
- Women and Men's Health
- Minor Dermatologic Procedures
- Immunizations and Screenings
Patients are seen by appointment. Walk-ins are welcome and will be seen at the first available time. We’re located in the back courtyard of the Occhiato University Center (to the left of the cafeteria exit).
Academic Year: Monday thru Friday 8am-5pm. Healthcare services are limited during summer months. Please call for hours.
CSU-Pueblo Student Health Services
2200 Bonforte Boulevard
Pueblo, CO 81001
Student Counseling Center
The Counseling Center is a free service that helps you to understand those issues that interfere with the effective functioning of your life and offer support as you make new or different choices. Our staff can address your concerns about stress, depression, loneliness, difficulty adjusting to college life, difficulty adjusting to life in America, suicidal thoughts, relationship violence, sexual assault, eating disorders, and marriage and family conflict to name a few. Crisis services are provided during regular business hours.
Student Support Services
Student Support Services is a federally funded project established at CSU-Pueblo for the purpose of assisting students to achieve their post-secondary academic ambitions. We encourage you to complete your undergraduate studies, and whenever feasible, continue on to graduate school. The Student Support Services program is committed to making college a rewarding and successful experience for each student participant.
If eligible, you can receive two hours or more of tutoring per week throughout each semester of enrollment.
To be eligible, you must:
- Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment at CSU-Pueblo as an undergraduate student.
- Be a low-income student as outlined by the Department of Education criteria; or,
- Be a first generation student; or,
- Be a student with a documented disability.
- Meet the academic need criteria as established by the CSU-Pueblo SSS project; and,
- Be a citizen, national or permanent resident of the United States.
- Services include tutoring, academic counseling, seminars, mentoring and financial aid assistance.
Brenda Trujillo-Aranda, Director
President's Leadership Program
The President’s Leadership Program (PLP) is a four-year academic leadership program designed to develop and train emerging leaders in Colorado. PLP students work and learn in community, educational, and corporate settings to develop their leadership skills.
Incoming freshmen with a high school GPA of 3.2 or higher are encouraged to consider applying for PLP. Selection for the program is based on leadership potential, intellectual curiosity, and commitment to something outside one’s self. Selected students gain a minor in leadership studies, as well as leadership training through classes, retreats, and community service. A completed application and two letters of recommendation are due March 1.
Shelly Moreschini, Director