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Resident Life and Housing banquet recognizes department staff

Jonathon Thompson, the Desk Assistant of the Year, and Samantha Baker, the Resident Assistant of The Year, accepted awards Thursday. | Photo by Alexandra Hyland Colorado State University-Pueblo's department of Residence Life and Housing celebrated the end of the school year with a banquet April 21 in the Occhiato University Center Underground. There were about 50 guests in attendance that featured the Housing department staff. The staff included desk assistants, office assistants, resident assistants, work crew members, residence life coordinators and department heads Charlatte Cesar and Jami Hinshaw. Dean of...
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Students prepare to check out of dorms as semester winds down

Photo courtesy of csupueblo.edu. As the 2015-2016 school year is quickly coming to an end, students living on campus are preparing to leave the dorms. In order to avoid any fees with Residence Life and Housing, the program recommends following its tips for checking out. “Plan ahead. Finals week can be pretty hectic so be sure to touch base with your resident assistant and have your check out appointment all set to go,” said Alex Hyland, Residence Life and Housing office assistant. The last day for students to be off...
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New housing policy requires freshmen to live on campus for two years

Photo courtesy of csupueblo.edu Current freshmen who live on campus at Colorado State University-Pueblo will be required to abide by a new university housing policy for their sophomore year. The new rule, which will require the students to live on campus for two years, will also apply to freshmen under 21 years of age enrolled for fall 2016. Starting with CSU-Pueblo's current group of freshmen, students will be required to stay on campus for four consecutive semesters. Right now, the only exception to the rule, according to the CSU-Pueblo Housing...
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Belmont Hall remains vacant while its future is determined

Photo courtesy of csupueblo.edu. The future of Belmont Residence Hall is unclear due to a decrease in the enrollment of on-campus students and various other factors. The hall was closed to residents at the beginning of the fall 2015 semester. The building, situated in the northernmost part of campus near the Occhiato University Center, is CSU-Pueblo’s oldest residence hall. It is comprised of two wings, each with four floors. The hall has been advertised in previous years as a cost effective housing option, and is often favored by students looking...