But that shift may be encouraging more first-generation students to apply
Miguel Cardona and Gov. Jared Polis headlined a workforce summit at the Community College of Aurora, where educators and employers explored how to better prepare students for in-demand jobs
In all, 7,400 former students enrolled at the three CollegeAmerica locations in Colorado between Jan. 1, 2006, and July 1, 2020, will have their federal student loans refunded
Forty-four students with intellectual disabilities have graduated from public colleges in Colorado since 2020. Here’s the story behind the push.
New law builds on the idea that Incarcerated people who participate in postsecondary education are less likely to return to prison for new crimes after being released.
The Court on Thursday limited the role of race in admissions in private and public higher education institutions. Here’s how Colorado colleges are responding.
The state’s Finish What You Started program helps students overcome financial obstacles and academic anxieties to return to school and finish their degree
A bill would give adjunct instructors, who may rely on food banks and share housing, full-time employment status for the sake of applying for federal student loan forgiveness
Legislature told the state’s colleges and universities they couldn’t raise tuition for any in-state undergraduate students by more than 2%.
Not only for the football team, but for non-athlete students, who can’t afford to have their pathway to economic self-sufficiency blocked.