Colorado Asks Voters To Reshuffle Spending Of New Pot TaxesThe only statewide ballot question in Colorado next week seems like a no-brainer: Should the state keep $66 million in marijuana taxes it has already collected to spend on schools and drug-abuse prevention?
How Colorado Colleges Develop Emergency PlansColorado's colleges all have plans for emergencies, including shootings. Community colleges work with the state system that oversees them, while universities have more autonomy over their individual plans. All work with law enforcement to develop these plans.
Budget Fears Doom Community College 4-Year DegreesBachelor's degrees won't be available at Colorado community colleges any time soon.
College Students Getting Refunds On Debit CardsColleges and universities across the country are making million dollar deals with banks and financial institutions to provide banking services to college students. A study of these deals indicates that students need to educate themselves on exactly what these account entail.
Lawmakers Discuss Denver Metro State's Immigrant Tuition RateA Denver college's move to establish a special tuition rate for illegal immigrant students has spiraled into a legal fight involving the state's attorney general.
Suthers: Metro State's New Illegal Immigrant Tuition Rate UnlawfulColorado Attorney General John Suthers says the Metropolitan State College of Denver does not have legal authority to create a discounted tuition category for illegal immigrants.
CU Denver Promises Admission To Community College StudentsStudents at 14 community colleges in Colorado will now have an easier time transferring to the University of Colorado Denver, as long as they meet certain requirement.