Since it's Pueblo, Colo., you get what you pay for. Tuition is very cheap for both in-state and out-of-state students. With that in mind, the facilities are not like those of a school with 60,000 students. The cafeteria is really small, but not horrible since you’re never left without a seat. The buildings are old and have small classrooms, with nothing but walls and a projector. In some classrooms, the paint has chipped off, and it’s never been repainted. However, one of the perks is that the buildings have air conditioning and heating.
The worst thing about the classrooms is that there are chalkboards. Most of the time, there is no chalk, so the teacher can’t write. Construction often causes inconveniences; for example, while the library has been under construction, a small room in one of the buildings has served as a makeshift library, with many books on the floor, and if you need a certain book, it would have to be ordered a couple of hours beforehand.