Sale includes Colorado’s first Green Bonds for new medical center.
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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.
Plans for a year-round entertainment, research, and learning venue at the National Western Center in Denver took a significant step forward with Senate passage of House Bill 1344.
Bonds for the new stadium sold in less than 90 minutes on Thursday, March 19, and certain series of bonds within the package were as much as three times oversubscribed. The total bond package delivered a true interest rate of 3.57 percent.
As the Colorado State University System prepares to issue $220 million in bonds to construct a new stadium on its Fort Collins campus, both Standard and Poor’s Rating Services and Moody’s Investors Service affirmed the financial strength of the three-campus system by maintaining the system’s underlying bond ratings.
The Fort Collins City Council approved a joint agreement Tuesday to work with Colorado State University to address the impacts of a new stadium and other campus development projects on the local community.
CSU System Board of Governors announced today that they have accepted a proposal from Chancellor Mike Martin that he will step down from his position March 1 and transition to part-time status as chancellor emeritus and senior fellow.