Policies on this Web site generally relate to broad campus questions and initiatives. For departmental level information, consult the A to Z directory.
Emergency Campus Closure Notification
In the case of extreme weather conditions, energy resource reductions, or situations impacting normal operating conditions, it may be necessary to curtail or shut down university operations. More . . .
The External Affairs office is pleased to announce some amendments to the university posting policies. All posters/flyers intended for display beyond those in the OUC or residence halls must be approved. Posters for the residence hall must be approved by the front desk employees there and all of those being posted in the PUC must be approved through auxiliary services. More...
Colorado State University-Pueblo is committed to protecting the privacy and accuracy of confidential information submitted by employees, students, and visitors to our Web site. More . . .
Student Judicial Affairs
Student conduct at CSU-Pueblo is governed by the Student Conduct Code, which describes the University's expectations of its students and the procedures by which allegations of misconduct will be adjudicated. Students should also be aware of other policies that inform their behavior, such as the Residence Life & Housing handbook and Information Technology Services policies. More . . .
Information Technology Services provides a number of policies for internet, computer, and website users. More . . .
Campus-wide tobacco regulations are intended to limit the potential adverse effects of smoking and other tobacco use on others. Tobacco Policy
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