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Timothy Mottet announced as next president of CSU-Pueblo

Provost of Northwest Missouri State University will become 15th president of CSU-Pueblo on July 1.

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Media spotlight shines on stranded international students

Grad student stranded overseas back on campus after week of uncertainty.

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Media Advisory – Celebration of Life for Thomas Sutherland

Contact for news media - Mike Hooker, 970.491.1545, mike.hooker@colostate.edu   Celebration of Life for Thomas Sutherland: August 20 at CSU   WHAT: The family of Thomas Sutherland invites the campus and Fort Collins community to a Celebration of Life. The gathering is open Read More

White House report affirms: National dialogue misses details of student debt

Students at four-year public universities such as CSU graduate with manageable debt loads —and employment opportunities to be able to repay.

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Tom Sutherland passes away at 85

CSU emeritus professor was inspirational hero for Fort Collins and the world.

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CSU System board approves budget, tuition and fees

The Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System today voted to approved budget and tuition proposals from the system’s campuses – CSU, CSU-Pueblo and the CSU-Global Campus – for the fiscal year beginning July 1.

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Give it a try: CSU’s budget planning tool

Balancing a budget – whether at home or at a large university – is a matter of making choices about where to move funds for the greatest impact. CSU’s interactive budget planning tool lets users try their hand at adjusting a variety of factors, like tuition and salary increases, to see how those changes affect the overall budget picture at the university.

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CSU bestows USA Pro Challenge jersey on Best Young Rider

After seven days of racing across Colorado in the USA Pro Challenge bicycle race, the Colorado State University Best Young Rider jersey belongs to Tao Geoghegan Hart.

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Partnership of learning and discovery: Semester at Sea and CSU

Colorado State University will become the new academic home for Semester at Sea, in a partnership of two organizations focused on providing students with a college education that is a true voyage of learning and discovery.

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Governor’s race debate at CSU

With less than a month to Election Day, the two top candidates vying for the Colorado governor’s seat squared off in a debate at Colorado State University.

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