Proud to be a THUNDERWOLF!
Being a student-athlete at CSU-Pueblo is about more than just scoring touchdowns, making baskets or getting the win. Is is about being a role model and being a representative of the University we all love.
The CSU-Pueblo Department of Athletics is focused on more than making you a champion on the field. Our most important task is to make each and every ThunderWolf student-athlete into a champion off the field.
To help you in that pursuit, The GoThunderWolves.com Student-Athlete Portal provides access to resources specifically designed for the student-athlete in both your academic and athletic pursuits.
The information presented here is all included in your Student-Athlete Handbook, which was given to you at the beginning of the academic year. Please refer to your handbook if you have any questions, or contact CSU-Pueblo Associate Athletic Director, Niki Whitaker, at (719) 549-2021 or via email at email@example.com.
Student-athletes are also expected to follow the CSU-Pueblo student handbook, located here: http://www.colostate-pueblo.edu/StudentLife/StudentJudicialAffairs/Documents/CodeofStudentConduct2011.pdf. Student athletes are also expected to follow the Student-Athlete Code of Conduct.
Your obligations as a student-athlete
Student-Athletes enrolled at NCAA member institutions should reflect the high standards of honesty set by the Association for the conduct of intercollegiate athletics. As NCAA institutions strive to fulfill their educational missions, they share a right and a responsibility to preserve order and encourage ethical, responsible behavior through the formulation of standards of conduct of student-athletes and the designation of procedures by which those standards shall be enforced.
It is imperative that student-athletes recognize the significance of their behavior as visible members of the campus and local communities. This same attention, however, also should inspire the institution to assure that its student-athletes receive the treatment as students generally in disciplinary or criminal matters. Intercollegiate athletics cannot be viewed as a refuge where student-athletes may escape responsibilities imposed on all citizens, nor should student-athletes be held to a higher standard of conduct than that imposed on the student body as a whole.
Your Obligations as a Student
As a student and representative of the department, you are expected to:
Your Obligations as a Student-Athlete
As an athlete and a representative of the department, you are expected to:
Your Obligations as a member of the Community of Pueblo
Your obligations as a member of this community are to respect the rights of other community members and to obey the laws. CSU-Pueblo student-athletes are considered an important part of the community and are asked to participate in civic activities from time to time.