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The Community Colleges of Colorado. Statewide. Workforce ready. Focused on individual achievement and statewide economic vitality...
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Our students are motivated high school graduates, dual-credit students, and working adults who want to fit an exceptional education into a busy lifestyle...
A KIC! in the economy
We’re the largest system of higher education in Colorado, serving 163,000+ students annually and generating $3+ billion in statewide economic impact...
More than 163,000 students enroll at our 13 colleges each year. Here’s why:
More than 800 academic programs. Which one is right for you?
The Community Colleges of Colorado award nearly 9,500 degrees and certificates each year across an incredible array of disciplines and top-growth career areas, from Arts to Sciences, Aerospace to Zoology. Explore the images below to see what your future could look like…
Our 13 colleges support 35 campuses across the state. And the open admissions policy means that we believe in encouraging and assisting all motivated high school graduates, dual-credit students, and working adults in the pursuit of their highest academic goals. Our guaranteed transfer policy means you can seamlessly transfer credits earned at any of our campuses toward a bachelor’s degree at any public university in Colorado! Click on a college below to learn more.
How to Pay
Premier quality, incredible outcomes, exceptional value.
Tuition and fees at the Community Colleges of Colorado average less than half of those at most public four-year universities. Combine that with access to outstanding professors, choice of real-world programs, and career-ready learning — it adds up to an incredible educational value!
A variety of options are also available to help fund your education. Check out the options below and contact the financial aid office at the college of your choice:
College Opportunity Fund
Funding is available for state residents pursuing an undergraduate education through the College Opportunity Fund (COF). Applying for COF support is easy, and you only have to do it once. Apply at cof.college-assist.org. You can also apply for federal and state financial aid at fafsa.ed.gov.
Grants do not have to be repaid, and you could be eligible for one or more of a variety of grants through the federal government, state agencies, and colleges.
- Federal Pell Grant
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
- Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant
- Federal TEACH Grant
- Institutional grants
- State-sponsored grants
This program provides part-time jobs for students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses.
- On-campus (work for the school)
- Off-campus (private nonprofit organization or a public agency)
Money borrowed that must be repaid.
- Federal Stafford Loans
- Federal Parent PLUS Loan
- Federal Perkins Loan
- Loans from private financial institutions
On Your Terms
Getting started is quick and easy. Here’s the step by step:
ExploreChoose a programthat interests you
ApplyApply onlineto the college of your choice
FundDetermine the aidthat you need
- Learn about the various federal financial aid and grant opportunities
- Apply for the College Opportunity Fund to offset some of your tuition