Metropolitan State College Of Denver
A 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.
Colorado 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.
The Colorado Attorney General’s office is reviewing a discounted tuition rate for illegal immigrant students set by the Metropolitan State College of Denver – a debate that has divided state lawmakers for years.
Metropolitan State College of Denver officials are unanimously recommending a measure to cut tuition for illegal immigrants living in Colorado by more than half.
Metro State is getting a new name. The school’s board approved the change Thursday.
Cyber Monday was up at least 20 percent from a year ago. It’s an encouraging start to the shopping season, but it may not last, according to a Denver expert.
A Lakewood couple who were critically hurt in a house fire in Lakewood on Monday might not even be alive if it weren’t for the heroics of an 18-year-old.
A warning is now in effect and general aviation is on alert as Sept. 11 draws closer. One fear is that small planes could be loaded with explosives and flown into a stadium filled with sports fans.
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a three-year grant of about $2 million to Metropolitan State College of Denver.
Metro State students react to the nearly 23 percent tuition increase for next school year, which means an extra $351 per semester for undergraduates.
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