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Colorado State University Pueblo

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CSU-Pueblo accepts almost anyone who applies, it's so desperateFeb 11 2015Unknown
CSU-Pueblo accepts almost anyone who applies, it's so desperate for students. It isn't a diploma mill, but it's reputation is poor. I found out the hard way after graduating. It's cheap to attend, but that lower cost comes with a price that is later unaffordable. If the school you attend hurts chances if employment, go somewhere else!
I appliedJun 02 2013Undecided
I applied. They let everyone in.
I simply went and appliedMar 14 2013Art & Design Department
I simply went and applied. The enrollment is down so much that they'll take anybody. They're also trying to keep retention rates up, so it's easy to stay in. My advice is that prospective students go somewhere they can receive the education that they earn and deserve.
Colorado State University Pueblo is still the University ofApr 18 2012Kinesiology
Colorado State University Pueblo is still the University of Southern Colorado except with a name change to "appear" on the same level as Colorado State University in Ft. Collins and perhaps trick students into coming there. Trust me, it is rather insulting for a CSU student to be even mentioned in the same breath as a USC student. The is a certifiable clown school for athletes that could not make it at the Division 1 level. Terrible faculty, students and ect. Hamburger University is more prestigious than this place. I wised up and transferred.
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I made the mistake of applying for this schoolJan 11 2012Sociology
I made the mistake of applying for this school.

If you don't mind wasting thousands of dollars to be treated like crap, then this is the place for you! You will learn nothing useful to the real world and you're time and effort will be wasted. DO NOT GO HERE!

If you go here, at least stay away from the Sociology department. You will not learn anything useful there.

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