Just like we take care of each other as Skyhawks, we need to care for others in our communities and take necessary actions to protect the health of all. To support these efforts, course instruction and campus services remain online for summer term, and our Admission Office is offering a number of Virtual Visit options. Staff, faculty, and campus residents continue to follow safer-at-home public health orders. Stay well, Skyhawks!
At FLC, college is more affordable than you might think. Scholarships, grants, work-study, and loans are packaged together to make your FLC degree an investment that pays off.
Low tuition and fees, coupled with a streamlined scholarship process mean you get to focus on creating your future and soaking up campus life. Read on to get the lay of the land, and please reach out with questions.
For Colorado residents
Colorado values its people, and it values education.
The College Opportunity Fund (COF) reduces the price of tuition for residents like you. It's what's known as "in-state tuition." Because COF is a stipend, as opposed to a loan, you do not need to repay it. Ever. You do need to complete an application, though.
FLC Tuition Promise
As a Colorado resident, if your family's income is $60,000 or less, FLC will pay your tuition. To qualify for the FLC Tuition Promise, you'll need to complete the FAFSA and apply for COF.
Native American Tuition Waiver
As a student from a federally recognized Native American Tribe or Alaska Native Village, you can attend FLC tuition free. You will still have other expenses: student fees, housing and meal costs, books, etc. Tribal and other scholarships may help cover these costs.
Beyond our low tuition and fees, there are many ways to bring your education within reach. We offer scholarships, in-state tuition, flexible payment options, agreements with community colleges, and more.