Your Plans

This application is for students applying for Fall 2020, which begins August 24. Students applying for any other start date, including a mid-semester start for Fall 2020, should complete this application instead.

Note: Certificate programs may be eligible for financial aid. Please check with Student Financial Services for more information.

Academic History

Please provide your high school information below.

Most Recent High School

Did you attend a high school in this state for at least three consecutive years?

Have you taken or are you currently taking any courses at CSU-Pueblo while enrolled in high school courses?

Do you intend to enroll at CSU-Pueblo immediately after completing high school?

Have you been homeschooled?

If you are not a high school graduate, have you earned a General Equivalency Diploma (GED) or the equivalent? (If your answer is "Yes," you must submit an official copy of your high school equivalency exam scores.)

High School Guidance Counselor

Once you submit your application, an email will be sent to your counselor alerting him or her to the steps required to help you complete your application.

College(s) Previously Attended

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Most Recent College/University

Self Report

Would you like to self-report your GPA and ACT/SAT test scores and receive a prioritized admission decision?


Test Scores


Did you take the ACT?


Did you take the SAT?

When did you take the SAT?

High School Classes

Current and Planned High School Classes

For those students currently enrolled in high school: Please indicate if you have taken or plan to take the following courses before attending CSU-Pueblo. One unit is equal to one full year of credit in a specific subject.

English (4 units)

Mathematics (4 units) (Algebra I or II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, etc.)

Sciences (3 units, 2 of which must be lab-based) (Physical Science, Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, etc.)

Social Sciences (3 units) (at least 1 unit of U.S. or World History)

Foreign Language (1 unit)

Academic Electives (2 units)

Acceptable academic electives include additional courses in English, Mathematics, Sciences, Art, Music, Journalism, Drama, Computer Science and Honors.