Money matters to you and it matters to us, too. That’s why we work to keep tuition affordable, and our scholarship and financial aid offerings accessible. We also work with you to complete your degree on time – and on budget. We offer:

  • Merit scholarships
  • Need-based financial aid
  • Hundreds of campus jobs
  • Tuition waivers for qualified Native American students
  • New Mexico reciprocal tuition program

Here's two ways to learn just how affordable we are:

Once you have reviewed our Tuition & Fees Flyer and Net Price Calculator there's only a couple of things you'll want to do:

Do you still have questions?


Here's some more helpful links to help you get the process started:


Apply for Financial Aid
Before you are eligible for financial aid, you must submit the federal FAFSA form (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to the federal Department of Education. There is no charge for filing. This form also determines your eligibility for most loans and need-based scholarships.

Colorado Opportunity Fund
The College Opportunity Trust Fund (COF) is a state program providing stipends to eligible undergraduate students at Colorado public institutions or selected private schools. If you are a resident of Colorado, apply for your stipend today to get your in-state tuition rate.

Native American Tuition Waiver
Find out more about the funding available to qualified Native Americans by the State of Colorado.

Explore our many scholarships and grants.

Student employment and work study
On-campus employment is a great option for many students, and there are several programs to help you find a job.


Office of Student Billing and Cashiering
Find answers to your questions about billing.

Payment Plan Options
Learn about the billing system and our "3 Payments Plan."


Office of Financial Aid

Office of Admission & Advising
877-352-2656 (877-FLC-COLO)

Student Billing & Cashiering