As Colorado College students arrived on campus, one tested positive for coronavirus. Now, an entire dorm is quarantined.
The situation underscores the difficulty of higher education during the pandemic as students at University of Colorado Boulder, the largest university or college in the state, begin moving into their housing
Colorado hopes a new higher education funding formula will make a difference for students. It may not be easy.
The state’s newest model will provide money to schools based on metrics that include how many students of color it enrolls, and how many are low-income, the first to go to college in their family and are from Colorado
What one Colorado college learned trying to run safe in-person classes this summer
Colleges and universities in Colorado and across the country are hoping that the protocols developed and practiced over the summer can help them bring students back to campus without major outbreaks
Nicolais: Struggling higher education institutions could learn a thing or two from my brother
After spending nearly fifteen years developing online education courses for Harvard, my younger brother sees more opportunity than despair in the current environment
Trump administration rescinds rule requiring foreign students to attend in-person classes or leave U.S.
Colorado and 16 other states on Monday sued to block the rule from going into effect
Colorado joins 16 other states in suing Trump administration over international student visa rule
The lawsuit said the policy change "leaves colleges and universities with an agonizing dilemma"
Colorado colleges, universities scramble after Trump orders international students to leave if classes go online
There are thousands of international students who attend higher education institutions in the state. Many are still figuring out what the changes issued by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement mean.
Colorado’s CARES Act money doesn’t do enough for colleges and students, higher education leaders say
In total, the Colorado colleges and universities received $173.3 million from the CARES Act
So many plans dissolved by coronavirus. But we gained a gift — adaptability.
Colorado authors, thinkers and readers share their thoughts on living through historic times as the state fights the progress of coronavirus
Opinion: For students, this is the perfect time to begin thinking about a college search
Will Colorado’s college athletes soon be able to profit from their names and images?
If passed, Colorado’s act would become law in 2023. That presumably would allow an embattled NCAA and other collegiate sports groups to develop national standards on student athlete compensation.
Republicans put education atop their priority list at the Capitol. We look at 8 of their ideas.
Republican lawmakers unveiled an education agenda that covers school safety, teacher pay, access to higher education and more. Will they be able to garner support from across the aisle?
Colorado hopes dropping $100 into college savings accounts for every newborn will mean more higher ed students
As Gov. Jared Polis and lawmakers try to clamp down on the escalating costs of higher education, they’re also encouraging families to begin saving for college early on
35% of Colorado high schoolers are earning college credit as they study for their diplomas
Concurrent enrollment saves students from 173 Colorado school districts time and money -- and is helping to close the racial education gap.
A Western Colorado professor’s mosquito book created so much buzz that it brought him to tears
Timothy Winegard’s book, “The Mosquito: A Human History of Our Deadliest Predator,” hit the New York Times bestseller list in early August
Opinion: Hey parents, here’s why you should let your children fail
Failure in childhood is a good thing: It’s your child’s long-term superpower
A new Colorado report tries to show what higher education is worth. The value is clearer for some degrees than others.
Colorado students, especially would-be teachers, are making cost-benefit choices of their own and switching to more lucrative programs
More than a third of Colorado high school graduates need extra help to do college work
Students of color, students from low-income families, and women are all more likely to be assessed as needing developmental education
How does a rural Colorado county with three people per square mile send 30 students to an Ivy League institution?
A 19th-century lawyer came to Las Animas County to save his life. He built a fortune and, one generation later, inspired the scholarship that created a pipeline to Princeton University.