Students who want to spend the next 4 years of their lives surrounded by a brilliantly dynamic landscape of mountains, forests, and canyons needn't look any further than Colorado. The Centennial State is famous for its beauty and has lovers of the outdoors drooling.
There are 43 colleges in Colorado, 28 public and 14 private, offering a wide range of programs and majors. Colorado has both small schools (defined as less than 2000 students) and "very large" ones (10,000 or more students) and everything in between, including community colleges, in urban and rural environments.
The flagship of the University of Colorado system is located in Boulder, and offers more than 150 academic programs in a small city that is among the country's most highly-regarded in terms of health, quality of life, and art. Other branches include University of Colorado at Denver and University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
The Professional Veterinary Medicine program at Colorado State University was recently ranked second in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. CSU is located in Fort Collins and offers bachelor's degrees in 55 fields of study.
For those interested in a smaller school, consider Fort Lewis College in Durango. Current student Christopher from Durango had this to say about it: "Love the town, Love the people, Love the school, Love the mountains. This place has it all."
Cappex has tons of resources for students considering a college in Colorado, including plenty of ways to help you find and apply for scholarships. Begin by browsing the complete list of colleges and universities below.
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|Adams State University||12 scholarships|
|Aims Community College||No scholarships|
|Arapahoe Community College||No scholarships|
|Colorado Christian University||12 scholarships|
|Colorado College||8 scholarships|
|Colorado Heights University||No scholarships|
|Colorado Mesa University||212 scholarships|
|Colorado Mountain College||4 scholarships|
|Colorado Northwestern Community College||No scholarships|
|Colorado School of Mines||4 scholarships|
|Colorado State University-Fort Collins||66 scholarships|
|Colorado State University-Pueblo||9 scholarships|
|Community College of Aurora||No scholarships|
|Community College of Denver||No scholarships|
|Denver Seminary||No scholarships|
|Fort Lewis College||147 scholarships|
|Front Range Community College||No scholarships|
|Iliff School of Theology||No scholarships|
|Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture||No scholarships|
|Johnson & Wales University-Denver||10 scholarships|
|Lamar Community College||No scholarships|
|Metropolitan State College of Denver||151 scholarships|
|Montessori Education Center of the Rockies||2 scholarships|
|Morgan Community College||No scholarships|
|Naropa University||24 scholarships|
|Nazarene Bible College||31 scholarships|
|Northeastern Junior College||1 scholarships|
|Otero Junior College||No scholarships|
|Pikes Peak Community College||No scholarships|
|Pueblo Community College||1 scholarships|
|Red Rocks Community College||No scholarships|
|Regis University||8 scholarships|
|Rocky Mountain College - Colorado||No scholarships|
|The Colorado Center for Medical Laboratory Science||No scholarships|
|Trinidad State Junior College||No scholarships|
|United States Air Force Academy||No scholarships|
|University of Colorado Boulder||100 scholarships|
|University of Colorado Denver||89 scholarships|
|University of Colorado-Colorado Springs||53 scholarships|
|University of Denver||13 scholarships|
|University of Northern Colorado||413 scholarships|
|Western State Colorado University||36 scholarships|
|Yeshiva Toras Chaim Talmudical Seminary||No scholarships|