When people think Colorado, they often think snow, and while this state is certainly known for its fine skiing and winter sports, the climate is more moderate than some may think, making it an excellent college location consideration even for non-skiers and those who don't particularly enjoy winter weather.
In Colorado, you'll find that many of the major schools and colleges in Colorado are centered in the three major cities in the eastern portion of the state along Interstate 25 namely Denver, Colorado Springs and Boulder.
Below are some of our most requested featured institutions that are currently accepting applications from Colorado residents.
If large universities aren't your preference, Colorado offers plenty of smaller options. In the heart of the Rockies near the Continental Divide, you'll find Western State College of Colorado. Established in 1901, this 4-year liberal arts college offers 20 degree programs, is home to about 2,500 students, and at Western, the ski team definitely takes precedence over other sports teams. There are also a number of technical schools in Colorado from which to choose.