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Reviews 723 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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3 College Junior

Overall Experience: So far I have had a lot of miscommunication. The students answer the phones when you call admissions or financial aid and they just transfer you from department to department until you finally ask for someone in charge. They need to implement a better way of students working the phones to communicate with patrons not just pass them off to different departments.

2 College Senior

Overall Experience: When I began school here at CSU-Pueblo this was a great school, student population had exponentially grown, activities were rampant across campus and the staff helped guide the students to success. Nowadays the staff have little regards for their students and only strive to secure their own powers and take very little input from the student population. The student government only help solve about 5% of the campus wide problems in their jurisdiction. Most importantly CSU-Pueblo is no longer home of the Pack it is a complex with greed and bureaucracy. The only 2 highlights this school maintains is the music program in particular the marching band because it is truly ran correctly by student leaders and the Football team which within 8 years of playing finally won the division II championship. I had experiences that were wonderful at CSU-Pueblo and I also had terrible experiences and if I had to do it again I would not choose CSU-Pueblo

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: The University is great, but the community not so much.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Being in college is so different than anything I've experienced. There are better people to get to know, new things to experience.

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: My experience at school was okay. the only reason it was okay is because I didn't really like my school that i went to. The students where not at all nice and friendly like they claimed to be. The teachers where okay as well. There where a few that I really liked but the others where just there. Another reason it was only okay because i hardly knew anyone i just graduated with. With almost 3000 students in my class I didn't know everyone.

5 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: Whenever the students get tired of the cafeteria or do not have time to make it, there are many options off campus. There is a large scale in which students can choose from with price and taste preference. There are many fast food restaurants that are good with food and money. There are also many restaurants that are there for better food. Also, it is easy to find a place open at any time.

3 College Sophomore

Athletics: For having the best football team in the NCAA division 2, the fan support isnt as great as it could. Coming from Texas, the football stands for my high school games would be more packed then the ones for our football team. The teams do their best and are trained properly. I am a student-athlete here and most of the people that go here are too. Almost everyone I know are part of some sort of team here. There is rarely any school spirit and spirit week was not exercised by many.

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4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: The off campus campus is very beautiful and easy to find. There are many apartment complexes and houses out for students to rent. The prices are a bit high for some but some are worth it for the freedom.

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4 College Sophomore

Party Scene: Parties are usually off campus yet nearby. It would never take longer than 10 minutes to reach a house that is throwing a party. I have had many opportunities to meet new people and experience new things at parties off campus. It is relieving getting to let loose on the weekend after a very tough week at school. I have never felt in danger or scared to be at a party.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Food: I had an 8 a.m. class every morning which gave me the opportunity to have breakfast every morning. The breakfast at the cafeteria never disappointed me because of the constant omelette bar and eggs. There were always waffles, omelette, and cereal. There was a bar that would always change in their meet options and pancake options. There were also hash browns that would interchange with other carbohydrates. The juice was very fresh and there were also many types of milk for others preferences.

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3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: It was quite easy to get all of my financial aid situations done. It was an easy process and the financial aid building is easily accessible on campus. The only issue was the amount that i received because of my financial issues, it wouldve helped to receive a little more.

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4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: As a freshman, living on campus was one of the best decisions I made. I say this because when we were all moving in, I had the opportunity to go around campus and help other freshmen out. By doing this, i made friends that became very close to me. All the dorms are close to each other and very safe which makes it very convenient. The rules are enforced appropriately which makes the dorms a safer place to live in. There are many social events thrown by the residents that help the people in the same hallway or dorm to connect and interact. Requesting a roommate is very easy and so is moving into another hallway, room, or dorm. The only inconvenience is when I wanted my beds bunked and it took them a while to get to do that. Although, when they did come to do it, they did an excellent job. Also, as an engineering student, i spent a lot of time studying. The study rooms in the dorms are where I spent most of the time. They were easy to reach, had appropriate tools, and where comfortable. The housing was one of the best parts of the school.

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3 College Sophomore

Party Scene: The parties are fun, until you start seeing the same people at the same venues, locations, etc.

4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: If it's food that is not from the cafeteria then it is always a great choice!

3 College Sophomore

Administration: The school was very strict about certain aspects of college, but mostly the college was very manageable and did not feel as if we were put in a box.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: I did not receive much financial aid due to my mom's financial situation, but the aid that I did receive was very helpful. I always had updated emails as well.

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1 College Sophomore

Campus Food: The food on campus was very mediocre. Each day the selection would change but the taste would not. I often found myself going off campus to eat food and towards the end of the year I hardly ever ate at the cafeteria.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Living on campus was an experience I will never forget. It taught me how to organize and to get along with others even when it was not the easiest. I feel like everyone should live on campus for at least a year because there is something everyone can learn from living in a dorm.

4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: I just bought a home. So I enjoy my living situation.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: I enjoy everything around campus.

4 College Sophomore

Administration: I always feel safe on campus.

3 College Sophomore

Scholarships: The advising with CSU- Pueblo is awful.

4 College Student

Athletics: The football games are super fun and I am looking forward to attending them.

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4 College Student

Off-Campus Housing: I have friends who live off campus and they love their place and how easy it is to get to school and they area around them.

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4 College Student

Off-Campus Dining: It looked near by and convenient when I visited.

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Colorado State University Pueblo is in a small town, so going to this school is a different kind of University experience. Someone who is interested in having large lecture classes, seeing different people every day, or even attending big events all of the time is not going to enjoy this campus and what the University atmosphere is all about. The average class size is about 30 students, and the big lecture classes only hit about 50 people. It’s a small community; everywhere you go, you will know at least one other person. The campus size can be compared to a high school, so compared with other colleges, it’s not big at all. However, a small campus means less going on all of the time, including shows, speakers, or even weekend parties.

There are advantages to attending a smaller school, though. Closer connections with professors benefit students with their grades as well as with individualized attention during and after class. There is nothing wrong with this school if you are interested in this kind of environment. Also, with a small university, tuition is cheaper. Many students would attend the University again if they had a do-over due to the favorable factors including the small classes, more attention from professors, and lower tuition prices. However, many students would not attend this school for their graduate degrees, as the school is not as impressive compared to other schools available.

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