“With regret and sadness, I share news of a death on campus earlier this evening. Details of the incident are still under investigation by the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office, but no foul play is suspected,” according to a mass email sent by Cora Zaletel, executive director of External Affairs, and signed by Lesley Di Mare, CSU-Pueblo president.
“Because the university is committed to providing a safe and supportive working and learning environment for students, faculty and staff and will keep you informed as additional information becomes available. Counseling will be available tomorrow, 549-2830, for those who need extra assistance coping with the incident,” according to the email.
An attempt by the TODAY staff to contact the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office was unsuccessful and the sheriff’s office will not be releasing any information until further notice.
There have been rumors circulating campus about who was involved in the death and what caused it, but the TODAY will not publish any of this information until these rumors can be confirmed.
The TODAY will be monitoring this event and will release more information as it becomes available.