CSU-Pueblo is much more than a place to learn. We provide students with
excellent on-campus housing and dining, health care services, and many
on-campus as well as outdoor activities.
There are many advantages to living on campus. It provides the convenience
of living close to the classroom and helps students be more engaged in
learning and campus activities. It benefits ELI students immensely because
they have more opportunities to practice English, learn about American
culture, and establish long-term friendships with local students.
CSU-Pueblo has four fully furnished, apartment-style residence halls. They
are Crestone Hall, Culebra Hall, Greenhorn Hall, and Belmont Hall. Each
hall offers its own personal and unique communities within. The
comfortable, convenient, and secure environment makes students feel at
CSU-Pueblo provides students with several on-campus dining options. The
Columbine Café prepares buffet-style meals with a variety of
nutritious food and beverages. La Cantina offers an array of retail
dining options, and students can grab a snack between classes at other
locations as well. Students who live on campus are required to purchase
a meal plan.
CSU-Pueblo’s Student Health Services exists to help students achieve
maximum physical health so that they may participate fully in the
educational and personal growth opportunities afforded by the
University. Student Health Services offers the highest quality primary
health care as well as health education/promotion to all students.
Patients are seen by appointment. Walk-ins are welcome and will be seen
at the first available time.
Medical insurance is highly recommended for all international
An Immunization form must be completed by a medical professional for
every student and submitted to the Health Services Office during the
first semester of attendance at CSU-Pueblo.
our campus health services, visit the Student Health Services home
The Student Recreation Center aims to expand students’ educational
experiences beyond the classroom and to promote experiential
learning. It operates year round and offers trips, educational
seminars, sporting events, and fitness programs and has an
equipment rental program.
The Outdoor Pursuits Program gives students opportunities to explore the
beauty of Colorado through a series of one day or extended outdoor trips
like camping, hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, ski/snowboarding. Trips
are led by experienced student leaders and are either free or very