Learning materials are current and lessons incorporate new scientific findings as they are published. Labs are clean and equipment is in good condition. Professors are friendly and knowledgeable. Tutoring is available if desired. For freshmen, at least, effort is focused on increasing the depth, rather than breadth, of knowledge. Plenty to captivate the active mind, but classes will start out a bit slow for anyone who has taken AP courses or researched their subject of interest independently.
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There are certain aspects of the University such as landscape and certain professors which make it worth while. I have been given so many opportunities to influence change on campus by the university. Colorado State University - Pueblo can be an ideal place if you want it to be.» Read More
CSU has a lot of opportunity to it, ranging from majors to sports. Its campus life is that of an ordinary small to medium size campus, not that much focused on Greek life as well. the students here vary a lot in diversity from international students to out of state students and from differentiating races as well.» Read More
The University I attend has guided me in a direction of truly finding out who I am. Though i have had to overcome more struggles than most during the time I have spent here, CSUP has helped tremendously. The only flaw is the city's resources are far from the campus.» Read More
It is a good school with experienced professors that are capable of teaching every student with great knowledge. CSU-Pueblo has great size classes and affordable housing for student to live on campus. This school has a variety of clubs to join and be active in.» Read More