The state has some of the nation’s largest gaps in college completion for its students of color. Part of its new strategy includes spending federal relief dollars to bring students back to school.
September 15, 2022
The increase is driven largely by high school students taking courses for credit, while enrollment for working-age adults remains well below pre-pandemic levels.
September 13, 2022
Half of all Colorado students graduating college in 2020 held debt, on average $26,424.
August 24, 2022
How do we help people who started college and dropped out get back in the door and across the finish line? And how do we make college attractive to high school students who are excited just to earn $20 an hour right now?
August 17, 2022
Roberto Montoya remembers the culture shock from when he first stepped onto a Colorado college campus. Montoya went…
August 15, 2022
Nationally, FAFSA rates increased 4.5 percentage points over last year to nearly 53%. In Colorado, rates went up to 42%.
August 4, 2022
Amid state debates about the teaching of LGBTQ history, Thomas Dunn has been working to find and preserve stories — such as the lesbian ranchers who were some of the state's early homesteaders — as part of the Queer Memory Project of Northern Colorado.
August 1, 2022
The state's seven rural community colleges will share programs and services to provide students a wider set of educational opportunities, no matter where they live.
July 18, 2022