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Some International CSU Pueblo students stuck stateside due to COVID-19

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Posted at 10:08 PM, May 12, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-14 21:33:08-04

Update: 5/14/20 7:30 p.m.

CSU Pueblo Residence Life and Housing have asked students to return home if possible, but are not forcing any students out of campus housing as a result of being unable to return home or due to financial hardship.

CSU Pueblo Residence Life and Housing along with Dean of Student Affaris, Marie Humphrey, Ph.D, and Center for International Programs and Inclusive Excellence (The Center) have worked to provide our international students and domestic students alike, external scholarships and provide emergency aid.

Additionally, many of our international students are living and working on campus over the summer to help pay their living expenses at this time


Some international students in Pueblo are stuck stateside because of traveling complications during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Yosh Patel is from India. He came to CSU Pueblo to get a masters degree in engineering.

Since the nation's borders were shut down, he can only see his family via video chat.