Governor Polis and the Colorado Department of Higher Education Announce Waived Higher Education Application Fees Oct.17-19
The sixth annual Colorado Free Application Day campaign returns as a three-day-long event and encourages Colorado residents to continue their education beyond high school
Colorado Department of Higher Education approves technical assistance grant projects totaling more than $400,000 to build out stackable credentials
DENVER – Aug. 4, 2023: The Colorado Department of Higher Education (“CDHE”) is providing notice of a cybersecurity incident that may involve the personal information of certain individuals. CDHE is providing information about the measures it has taken in response to the incident, and steps impacted individuals may take to protect themselves against possible misuse of information.
Colorado Department of Higher Education releases report to improve outcomes for students with disabilities
Colorado Department of Higher Education announces seven additional Hunger Free and Healthy Minds designations
DENVER – June 8, 2023: The Colorado Department of Higher Education expanded its social determinants of student success initiative by adding seven new designations to its list of Hunger Free and Healthy Minds campuses.
The state is now one step closer to having all 31 public institutions of higher education earn the designations. Currently, 25 institutions have the Healthy Minds designation and 26 have the Hunger Free designation.
DENVER – May 11, 2023: The Colorado Department of Higher Education honored Colorado’s future educators at an in-person event on Wednesday, May 10 as part of Teacher Appreciation Week (May 8-12). The fifth annual Future Educator Honor Roll celebrated 42 outstanding teacher candidates from Colorado’s educator preparation programs.
DENVER, CO – April 27, 2023: The Colorado Department of Higher Education announces Monday, May 1 as Decision Day. The statewide campaign celebrates the importance of higher education and encourages Colorado students to reach higher—whether they attend a university, community college, private occupational school, or serve as an apprentice or in the military.
On Decision Day, Coloradans are encouraged to wear apparel from their alma mater, favorite school, or future program to rally in support of students on their path to postsecondary success.