Current Student Information
We urge students and parents to read the financial aid handbook carefully. It describes the college’s costs, explains the financial aid analysis and award, and describes financial aid programs and policies. The college makes every effort to determine who is eligible for aid by using a standardized process. While the family has the primary responsibility to fund a student’s undergraduate education, the college is committed to helping qualified students who, without assistance, would be unable to attend. It is necessary for students to re-apply each year for financial aid. The college reserves the right to make changes to financial aid policies without notice.
Students can expect their aid award to remain the same during each of their four undergraduate years. This will assist families as they plan for college financing during the four undergraduate years at Colorado College. If the family's financial situation changes significantly at some point, the family may submit additional information to the financial aid office as an appeal. Students who received a one-year financial aid award must re-apply for financial aid each year to determine eligibility for Colorado College grants and other aid.
Students may continue to receive financial aid at CC provided the following requirements are met:
Student demonstrates satisfactory academic progress as evidenced by the student’s ability to continue enrollment at Colorado College and comply with the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy as stated in the Financial Aid Policies Handbook and the Colorado College Catalog of Courses.
Student is enrolled as a full-time student (at least 3 blocks each semester).
Application for renewal of financial aid is submitted by the renewal filing date prior to the academic year for which aid is requested.
Eligibility for Colorado College financial aid extends for a total of eight semesters or through a semester in which 32 units are completed, whichever comes first.
The following situations may cause a revision in the original award and should be reported to the financial aid office promptly:
- Change in enrollment status.
- Change in marital status.
- Change in other financial assistance.
- Change in residence.
- Other changes in family financial information.