The ASSET Eligibility Calculator helps you determine if you may be eligible for in-state tuition at Colorado public colleges and universities. ASSET is designed for students who have recently attended a Colorado High School or received their GED. If the college determines you are eligible, you may also receive the College Opportunity Fund stipend, which in the 2016-2017 year will pay $75 per credit hour of your tuition costs.   QUESTION: Did you attend a Colorado high school for three years or more?…
One of the requirements for ASSET eligibility is that you attended a Colorado High School for at least three years.  QUESTION: Did you attend a Colorado High School for at least three years?   
ASSET is targeted to students who have recently attended a Colorado High School or received their GED. QUESTION: Did you graduate from high school or get your GED on or after September 1, 2015?     
If you can provide proof of physical presence in Colorado for the eighteen months prior to the first day of enrollment at your college of choice, you still may be eligible for ASSET--even if you didn’t attend high school recently. If you graduated from high school or earned your GED before September 1, 2015, ask yourself this question: QUESTION: Have you been physically present in Colorado for the last 18 months (and can prove it)?   
QUESTION: Have you been or will you be accepted into a Colorado public college or university within 12 months of graduating from high school or earning your GED?   
Based on the answers you have provided, you should be eligible for in-state tuition and the College Opportunity Fund under the 2013 Colorado ASSET law. The college will issue a final decision on your ASSET eligibility.
Based on the answers you have provided, you should be eligible for in-state tuition and the College Opportunity Fund under the 2013 Colorado ASSET law. The college will issue the final decision on your ASSET eligibility. Prior to the first day of enrollment, you will need to provide proof of physical presence in Colorado for the past 18 months to the college you plan to attend. 
Based on the answers you have provided, you are not eligible under Colorado ASSET. If you have Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status, some colleges and universities may still allow you to pay in-state rather than out-of-state tuition.

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