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Scholarship provides funding for CSU-Pueblo grad students

Image courtesy of csupueblo.edu The CSU-Pueblo Foundation has designated $125,000 from the Lois W. and J. Roland Mathis Education Fund to provide scholarship opportunities for graduate students during the 2016-2017 academic year. The new scholarship opportunity replaces funds from the Regional Access to Graduate Education program, which previously helped fund grants for graduate studies, according to a CSU-Pueblo news release. The RAGE fund was exhausted during the 2015-2016 academic year. CSU-Pueblo Foundation’s Director of Annual Giving and Scholarships and CSU-Pueblo alum Nick Potter said he wants to encourage qualifying students...
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Foundation scholarship application now open to students

The CSU-Pueblo Foundation scholarship application is now open. The CSU-Pueblo Foundation scholarship application is now open, marking another year in which students of the university can earn access to the $1.8 million in awards. This year, the university is prepared to expand financial support for its students after receiving a substantial endowed gift of $3 million from the Lois W. Mathis and J. Roland Mathis Trust in December. According to a CSU-Pueblo news release, the estate of Lois Mathis allotted the funds to be used for “educational opportunities for the...
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‘On the Move’ campaign enters its last year

CSU-Pueblo Foundation's On the Move Campaign | Image courtesy of csuponthemove.org The CSU-Pueblo Foundation’s “On the Move” campaign is averaging about $15.5 million in its last year. The campaign, a fundraising goal aimed at helping current and future students succeed at Colorado State University-Pueblo, is set to end Aug. 21. “On the Move” also focuses on improving facilities on campus and enhancing and expanding its athletics programs. The campaign is led by Todd Kelly, the CEO and President of the Foundation. According to csupueblo.edu, the campaign was started by CSU-Pueblo...