Wednesday, February 19, 2014
(Pueblo, CO) -- Colorado State University-Pueblo is getting some help to ease its budget pain. The board of governors voted late last week to send the school five-million-dollars. Despite the support, school officials tell the "Pueblo Chieftain" they will still move forward with plans to reduce expenses by more than three-million-dollars. The board of governors says the financial bridge will help the school create a brighter future for students.