Continuing-Education Programs
Ranked by 2019 fall enrollment.
Rank
Institution
Fall enrollment 2018
Financial-aid
Scholarships
Programs available
Phone
Website
Person in charge
Title
Year founded
1
Community College of Denver
1111 W. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80217-3363
8,5561
Yes
Yes
CCD offers more than 100 degree and certification options, including workforce training, career planning and transfer to other state schools.
303-556-2600
www.ccd.edu
N/A
N/A
1967
2
CU-Boulder Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies
1505 University Ave., UCB 178
Boulder, CO 80309
5,800
Yes
Yes
Online masters in organizational leadership; evening and online credit courses, post-baccalaureate health professions, science education outreach, and English-as-a-second-language training.
303-492-5148
ce.colorado.edu
Sara Thompson
Dean of continuing education and vice provost for summer session and outreach and engagement
1911
3
Continuing Legal Education in Colorado
1900 Grant St., 3rd Floor, Suite 300
Denver, CO 80203
5,0002
Yes
No
Live in-person, live webcast, recorded home-study courses in all areas of law.
303-860-0608
www.cba-cle.org
Vince O'Brien
executive director
1971
4
University of Northern Colorado - Extended Campus
Michener L54, UNC Campus
Greeley, CO 80639
4,0002
Yes
Yes
A wide variety of professional development courses/workshops, independent study, high school dual enrollment courses; as well as full degrees, certificates, and licensures designed for working adults.
970-351-2944
https://extended.unco.edu
Dallas Everhart; Dr. Nancy Rubin
director; executive director
1889
5
Colorado State University Online
2545 Research Blvd. - Drake Hall
Fort Collins, CO 80526
3,2662
Yes
Yes
CSU Online offers variety of online undergraduate completion, masters, and Ph.D. degrees. Graduate certificates and non-credit programs are also available.
970-491-5288
www.online.colostate.edu
Mike Palmquist
associate provost for instructional innovation
1969
6
Front Range Community College
4616 S. Shields St.
Fort Collins, CO 80526
2,500
No
No
Career development and personal enrichment: Accounting, blacksmithing, business, computers, health and wellness, history, interior design, languages, personal enrichment, welding.
970-226-2500
www.frontrange.edu
Andrew Dorsey
president
1968
7
Aims Community College
5401 W. 20th St.
Greeley, CO 80634
2,108
No
No
Leader in providing solutions to community, businesses and individuals. Outreach programs in early college academies, high school concurrent enrollment, professional development, personal enrichment.
970-330-8008
www.aims.edu
Dr. Leah Bornstein
president
1967
8
Colorado Free University
7653 E. First Place
Denver, CO 80230
2,000
No
No
Foreign language, Spanish center, computer training, arts and crafts, communication, home and garden, cooking, performing arts, personal growth, wellness, business/career, retirement, music and more.
303-399-0093
www.freeu.com
Helen Hand
president
1986
9
Red Rocks Community College
13300 W. Sixth Ave.
Lakewood, CO 80228
566
Yes
Yes
General, personal, vocational and technical education programs. For-credit courses also available. Headcount includes students in non-credit coursework. For-credit headcount is 7,400.
303-914-6600
www.rrcc.edu
Michele Haney
president
1969
10
IBMC College
3842 S. Mason St.
Fort Collins, CO 80525
550
Yes
Yes
IBMC offers 6-19 month career training in beauty, dental assisting, dental office administration, medical assisting, medical billing and coding and massage therapy at the Fort Collins campus.
970-223-2669
www.ibmc.edu
Diana Gunderson; Steven Steele
vice president of education; CEO
1987