Safety remains a priority in determining campus closures

Photo courtesy of Colorado State University-Pueblo closed its campus Feb. 1 and Feb. 2 for snow days due to contributing factors that include the safety of students, faculty and staff members in mind. “First and foremost, they (students, faculty and staff), are priority in any decision to close the university,” said Craig Cason, physical plant director at CSU-Pueblo. Cason said that the determination in closing the university generally occurs after discussions between university members and the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office are made. The discussions are based upon weather conditions...