Undergraduate Colorado resident students are eligible to receive a College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend from the State of Colorado to apply toward tuition costs. To receive the COF stipend, students must apply for the stipend at https://cof.college-assist.org AND authorize the university to request the funds EACH semester via the MyUCCS Portal. For further information and restrictions please visit the College Opportunity Fund Website.
DISCLAIMER: In the undergraduate tuition rate tables, the "Student's Share of Tuition" is calculated by subtracting the COF Stipend (credit hours times COF amount per credit hour) from the Base Tuition. The "Student's Share of Tuition" is only applicable to those students who are eligible and have authorized COF for the corresponding number of credit hours.
The Board of Regents approved a 3% tuition increase for students in 2021-2022 academic year, but the 3% tuition increase will be “bought down” by the one-time campus use of federal HEERF III relief funds for the coming fiscal year for students. This will reflect on your student account as a 3% increase in tuition with a 3% offsetting credit (waiver) applied to cover the increased tuition cost.
The Board of Regents reserves the right to change tuition and fees at any time.
- The Undergraduate Tuition and Graduate Enrollment Fee rates in the tables are rounded to the nearest dollar. Actual rates may vary by $0.50 or less.
- The undergraduate lower division (freshmen/sophomore) rates are discounted. Plan ahead for when you become a junior. Check the undergraduate upper division (junior/senior) rates for the college/program in which you are enrolled. Costs vary depending on the college/program.
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