A bill to lower tuition hike caps at public colleges and universities awaits the governor’s pen in Colorado.
Colorado’s public colleges and universities will have lower tuition increase caps next year under a bill that won unanimous approval Monday in the state Senate.
University of Colorado regents have approved a new tuition model that effectively raises in-state tuition by 8.7 percent on the campus in Boulder.
University of Colorado regents are meeting to discuss a tuition plan that could result in a nearly 9 percent increase for most in-state students on the Boulder campus.
Once again students at the University of Colorado can expect to pay more for tuition next year.
University of Colorado students and paying parents — it’s time for the annual tuition rate increase discussion, and it could be the largest one in years.
Members of the Colorado State University board of governors have approved a 20 percent tuition hike for full-time in-state students at the Fort Collins campus.
The University of Northern Colorado’s new budget includes an average 13 percent tuition increase for undergraduate students.
Students will be paying a lot more to attend Metropolitan State College of Denver next year.
Metro State trustees are considering a tuition increase of nearly 23 percent for the next school year.