Despite a high percentage of college grads living in Colorado, public colleges and universities in the state scramble to find ways to stem rising tuition costs and declining enrollments.
Most often associated with gender equity in sports, campus crime is increasingly putting Title IX in the news.
An adjunct professor at the Community College of Aurora claims he was fired this fall because he criticized new curriculum guidelines.
Sweeting, a pastor and academic, comes to CCU after serving as president of the Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida.
- Students in Colorado shoulder college costs by a ratio of at least two to one over what the state spends, a new report says.Read more
- On the other hand, the University of Northern Colorado has seen a nearly 10 percent drop in international student enrollment over the past two academic years.Read more
The tool, called EdPays, shows how much graduates of different Colorado colleges, degree programs and fields of study are estimated to earn after one year, five years and 10 years.
A closer look into some Colorado institutions found a more complex picture than fiscal irresponsibility as the list suggests.
- Tuition dollars make up about 72.9 percent of the cost of a Colorado college education, which is the fourth highest percentage in the nation.Read more
- In-state tuition has risen every year since the 1970-71 school year. Within the past decade, it's risen by 133 percent, says the Coloradoan.Read more