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The TRAC program is a unique living and learning environment where students live with other students in their major, interact with faculty through programming in the residential environment, and have access to an upper class Peer Mentor who lives on the floor to help them with academic concerns.
The University Housing Application is now available online. To apply for housing:1. Login to PAWS through the T-Wolf Student Portal. 2. Once in PAWS, click on the Housing Link. 3. Click on the HMSWeb Link. 4. Follow the instructions to apply for housing
If you would like an application mailed to you, please contact our main office at (719)549-2602 during regular business hours Mon-Fri 8am-5pm.
Incomplete applications will be returned to the sender. Please, make your check/money order payable to CSU-Pueblo and include your PID on the memo.Completed applications are processed when we receive them and University Housing makes no absolute guarantees to honor room preferences marked on the Housing Application.
All single freshmen under the age of 21, with a home address of more than 50 miles from campus must live in University Housing. Single freshmen, under the age of 21 whose parents' principle residence is located within 50 miles of campus may elect to reside in University Housing but otherwise must reside with their parents.
Freshmen students will be defined as having fewer than 30 credit hours. Credits taken concurrent with high school and/or credits attained through Advanced Placement (AP) do not apply towards living experience.
All residential students are required to have a meal plan. Students failing to meet these requirements will be assessed the lowest price residence hall (double room rate) and board charges. Any exceptions to this requirement must be approved by the University Housing Office.