August 27, 2019

Colorado College plans tuition cut system

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado College is planning to cut tuition in an effort to reduce sticker shock among new students.

The Denver Post reports the private college wants to bring tuition levels in line with public universities for students from families making less than $125,000 annually by removing parental contribution from its financial aid considerations.

COLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado College is planning to cut tuition in an effort to reduce sticker shock among new students.

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The Denver Post reports the private college wants to bring tuition levels in line with public universities for students from families making less than $125,000 annually by removing parental contribution from its financial aid considerations.

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