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I have been at Colorado State University for 2 years now. I have experienced other colleges, but this college has made me feel the most welcome out of all of them. The students are eager to learn and the staff is amazing. Not to mention the amazing mountain views from our campus. It is a great school. Go thunderwolves!
I think not having a lot of online options has been difficult to complete my degree faster.
The town is not my favorite because of the crime rates that are not so far away but that's the only bad thing. I like how laid back people are both the students and the staff, they don't have a stick up their bum. They both take their job as a student and staff serious as well. People are friendly. I don't eat on campus, live on campus, or really hang out with people because I'm about 5 to 7 years older then most of my classmates, but a few students I do hang with.
The town has some bad areas not too far away. No killings, but cars getting broken into. Stuff like that.
CSU Pueblo could help to offer more to students for long-term career development.
Small classrooms are good for diligent students.
This school is great for those who especially love smaller schools. The classrooms have usually 30 people in them which allows more attention from professors who are always so easy to talk to as well. They have a lot of different materials that allow you to learn the way that is best for you and office hours and tutors are always available to you as well.
Definitely do your own research and keep track of your classes. Counselors are overwhelmed at the school although they make it easy through DAR's website to keep track of the grades and courses you have accomplished. It also tells you what you need and the course options you can take to complete your requirements.