College In Colorado

@CollegeInCo

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Denver, Colorado
Joined January 2009

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  1. Sep 19

    College Application Month is underway! Thanks to all the amazing counselors, educators and volunteers who are helping us boost Colorado's postsecondary enrollment and FAFSA completion rates.

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  2. Sep 18

    We agree! Are you ready to plan your tomorrow? Check out to chart your path to success, whether you become an apprentice, join the military or continue your education at a Colorado college or university.

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  3. Sep 17

    College Application Month () starts TODAY! Over the next six weeks, 5,400+ high school seniors will prepare their and at least one postsecondary application. There are ✔️ 63 schools participating ✔️ 53 events statewide

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  4. Sep 10

    Wow! We have 53 schools and 5,000+ students set to participate in College Application Month, which kicks off next Monday! Learn about our effort to boost Colorado's college-going and completion rate ( ) and explore schools:

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  5. Sep 10

    Congrats to Kayleen Schweitzer and Eagle Valley! Eagle Valley guidance counselor named Counselor of the Year. Kayleen Schweitzer was nominated ‘because she’s amazing’

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  6. Aug 31

    . is getting a facelift! Watch next week's webinar to find out what the redesign means for students, educators and families.

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  7. College Application Month is a six-week boot camp from Sept. 17-Oct. 31 to help students identify career goals, research matching education programs and apply successfully! Learn more: via

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  8. Aug 24

    College Application Month kicks off September 17! Educators, browse our resources and register your school here: when we apply ourselves!

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  9. Jun 28

    Evidence suggests that students who graduate from high school with some college credit are more likely to enroll and succeed in post-secondary education. when you learn more about concurrent enrollment below

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  10. Jun 27

    “When CSU volunteers, and students in the community are empowered to do really great things to change for the better, .” – Jo Buckley, Colorado State University

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  11. Jun 26

    Check out some of the highlights from our campaign so far or share your own story at

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  12. Jun 25

    with Ryan Martinez, from when he can serve the healthcare needs of his community and communities that have served him. Check out more stories at

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  13. Jun 22

    Many Coloradans can't complete because of financial reasons. To help make college more affordable, we help connect students to scholarships and financial aid opportunities.

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  14. Jun 14

    Educating yourself past high school not only greatly benefits you but CO as a whole. When you earn a post-secondary degree or certificate-

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  15. Jun 8

    is about Coloradans earning or helping others to earn post secondary education, helping both individuals and the public reach higher!

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  16. Jun 7

    CDHE's goal for is reaching 66% attainment for Coloradans of post secondary education, with four main areas CO needs to focus on to help us achieve it

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  17. Jun 6

    Help us make sure every student in Colorado has the opportunity to succeed! Take The State of Education survey and make your voice heard.

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  18. Jun 6

    By 2020 nearly 3/4 jobs will require education beyond high school. With every step you or another person takes towards post-secondary education,

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  19. Jun 5

    Colorado is taking the next step in becoming a national and global leader in education. Take The State of Education survey and give us your feedback.

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  20. Jun 4

    with Shania Belden when she enters the workforce! See more stories of how Coloradans help themselves or others to achieve post-secondary education at

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