The CSU System provides credit and degree programs, free and non-credit courses for community, as well as certificate programs, to make learning accessible. Some programs will be offered at the future CSU Spur campus.
CSU supports educational access through a variety of scholarships and grants that make college more affordable.
More information can be found here.
Students who have lived in the 80216 zip code for at least two years are eligible upon admission to a CSU System institution (CSU, CSU Pueblo, CSU Global) for the need-based CSU Spur Scholarship, which grants students in good academic standing up to $2,500 annually for four years. As a need-based scholarship, eligible students receive financial aid packages from their institution of admission; thus, the Spur Scholarship funds may be used for any student needs such as textbooks, housing, or food. The Scholarship will be awarded beginning in Fall 2021.
TOTAL = Pell + tuition covered by CSU + $6,500+/year in scholarships and awards and merit awards of $1,000-$4,000/year for 4 years
TOTAL = Pell + $2,000+/year in scholarships and awards and merit awards of $1,000-$8,000/year for 4 years
TOTAL = TBD
Tuition stays flat at CSU Global.
*Packages include general university scholarships; however, many additional scholarships are available based on merit and areas of interest for the student.