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‘A beacon that says you belong here’: CU Denver recognized as Hispanic-Serving Institution

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Beyond High School: The FAFSA issue

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Five tips from Colorado experts on how to complete the FAFSA

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Colorado community colleges join national network to help older students of color

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The difference between quitting and graduating? Sometimes, it’s just one person who cares.

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The pandemic hurt Colorado community college fall enrollment. But not as much as school leaders feared.

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CSU Fort Collins offers extra mental health help as students return in person during the COVID pandemic

University officials are offering extra support for mental health needs and helping students get to know the campus.

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COVID pandemic impacts Colorado FAFSA completion for second year

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Colorado community colleges predict another year of declining enrollment

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New partnership looks to transfer more community college students into the Colorado School of Mines

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Colorado will allow four-year colleges to grant associates degrees to those who dropped out. Will more students go back for a bachelor’s?

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How the pandemic continues to shape Colorado students’ college paths

Colorado unveils scholarship program to incentivize COVID vaccination among community college students

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In a Denver barber shop, a prospective college student waited to fulfill his dream

The fall semester at Colorado universities promises a return to normal, prompting some to revisit their college dreams.

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CU Denver will spearhead group to reform early childhood teacher preparation

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Colorado ban on legacy admissions could lead to more help for students

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What Colorado can learn from Tennessee’s free college plan

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Faculty diversity lags at Colorado public colleges 

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Colorado banned legacy admissions. But what does that really mean for students?

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Colorado adopts more rigorous reading test for prospective teachers

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Colorado may shift to more in-depth reading exam for some new teachers

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To ease student fears about survival, MSU Denver creates center to help with life needs

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Gov. Jared Polis signs bill allowing Colorado colleges to make the SAT and ACT optional

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Union slams University of Colorado spending, wages, and bond debt 

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Too slow and not enough: University of Colorado students say Mark Kennedy failed to lead

Colorado’s largest teacher prep program wins full state approval after literacy overhaul

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Two Colorado colleges plan to remove “junior” from their names in the hopes the change will boost enrollment

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Biden’s free community college plan would present big opportunities, new challenges for Colorado

Expanded SNAP benefits helping college students during COVID

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Colorado Senate adds special ed funding, chief equity officer position to 2022 budget

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Colorado’s 2022 budget boosts K-12 spending, restores higher ed cuts

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‘Like I’m drowning:’ Five stories from the student debt crisis

The collective $1.6 trillion owed by 44 million American borrowers spans every age group.