Colorado ASSET le permitirá estudiantes asistir a una universidad o colegio público en Colorado pagando el precio de colegiatura estatal sin importar su estatus migratorio siempre y cuando puedan cumplir con ciertos requisitos. Haga clic AQUÍ para información en Español.
The Colorado ASSET law allows eligible undocumented students to pay in-state tuition and receive the College Opportunity Fund stipend at Colorado public colleges.
By following the steps below, you’ll learn what ASSET does and how it can help you reach your higher education goals. We’ve also included college and career planning resources from College In Colorado.org. Let’s get started!
1) Learn about ASSET.
2) Check if you’re eligible for Colorado Asset and review the Qualification Chart.
3) Understand the difference between Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Advancing Students for a Stronger Tomorrow (ASSET).
4) Start your college and career planning.
Signed in to law on April 29, 2013, Advancing Students for a Stronger Tomorrow (ASSET) allows eligible students to pay in-state tuition at Colorado’s public colleges and universities as long as they meet certain qualifications.
In general, you will need to: