Colorado State University-Pueblo unveils $52 million in capital projects

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Colorado State University-Pueblo unveiled a proposed master plan of its 2018 Belmont campus that includes new classrooms, new computer labs, a new student center and a continued effort to breathe life and energy into the growing school.

The university will pitch the plan, along with a $30 million proposal to remodel the Occhiato University Center, to the CSU Board of Governors in August.

The university already has $16.2 million in state funding to build a 45,000 square foot, three-story academic building that will include two lecture halls, six smaller classrooms and four computer labs.

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