CMC votes zero increase for in-district, bachelor’s tuition
At its meeting on Monday, the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees unanimously approved a zero increase for in-district, associate degree level tuition.
At $57 a credit hour, that places CMC among the most affordable colleges in the state.
Trustees also voted for zero increase in tuition for in-district, in-service-area, in-state and out-of-state students in bachelor’s-level courses. Associates degree level in-state but out of district tuition increased by $6.50 per credit hour to $107 and out of state by $56 per credit hour to $373. Three of the college’s three service area counties – Chaffee, Grand and Jackson – also saw a $6 per credit hour to $103. They also voted to increase out of-state tuition by $56 per credit hour to $373.
Even at these new tuition rates, the college’s tuition remains the most affordable for in-state students and among Colorado’s most affordable for out-of-state students.
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