Mesa State College is the latest school in Colorado debating a name change.
Earlier this month, the Board of Trustees for Metropolitan State College of Denver voted to change the school's name to Denver State University.
Now, the Mesa State College Board of Trustees has directed school officials to proceed with a survey asking alumni, students, faculty and staff which name they would like the college to adopt.
The list of potential names could include 25 to 30 names, according to the Grand Junction Sentinel
The newspaper said the trustees could vote April 26 to decide which name, if any, should replace Mesa State College.
Mesa State College has 7,751 students in Grand Junction. It offers liberal arts, professional, and technical programs at the master's, bachelor's, associate and certificate levels.
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