• You can go to college!
    You can go to college!

    DISCOVER your path, DESIGN your plan, OWN your future through higher education.

  • What does ASSET mean for you?
    What does ASSET mean for you?

    If you are an undocumented student and meet the requirements, you will only pay in-state tuition rather than out-of-state tuition at participating Colorado colleges. And, you may receive the College Opportunity Fund tuition stipend!

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.

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Scholarship Information

Many students and families believe that paying for college is out of reach financially. Nothing is further from the truth, especially since ASSET has been implemented at Colorado public colleges and universities.

What should you do to prepare financially for college?

1. Start saving money in a college savings account; it is never too late to start;

2. Explore how much it costs to go to colleges in Colorado and financial aid options;

3. Consider whether you should attend a community college for a couple of years to do basic coursework and then transfer to a four-year college; 

4. Figure out whether you may be eligible for ASSET and, if so, apply for the College Opportunity Fund

5. File the FAFSA

6. Research and apply for scholarships:

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