The Pueblo campus is pretty safe. In one semester, only three cars were broken into, and these were the only incidents that were bad enough to get reported. The campus is a small campus, so late at night or if you have a night class, there won’t really be anyone else walking around. All of the paths are well lit, so walking alone at night isn’t the worst. Also, the campus security is the police of Pueblo, so don’t count on them for anything. Unless "security" is called, you will almost never see any of them. However, they so ride around in their trucks and give tough old-guy looks to students for no reason.
As for the health center, it’s not really clear to anyone what’s available for you. It’s said that you can go there at any time (without insurance), and they can treat you and also provide the medicine. If you go there, the cost will be one-fourth of the cost from a doctor. The tricky part is that they only have certain days and hours when you can go if you’re going for free. That’s the part that no one mentions. Unless it’s an emergency, they will turn you away if it can wait.