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CU-Boulder students may enroll in Continuing Education (CE) courses to prepare for a degree program, to supplement their current course load, or to take courses with more flexibility such as independent learning or on-line courses. Here is some helpful information about how your financial aid can pay for these types of courses.
- Students taking preparatory courses are considered non-degree students and federal loans may be available on a limited basis.
- Students who are enrolled solely in CE courses will have their financial aid budget adjusted to reflect the CE tuition and fees.
- Federal financial aid is not available for certificate or professional development programs. Private loans may be available depending on the lender requirements.
- Students enrolled in main campus and CE courses during the same semester will have two separate tuition bills.
- Courses must be required for your degree program to be eligible for financial aid.
- If you are enrolling solely in correspondence courses for a term, there are some financial aid restrictions. Read below.
- Correspondence (self-paced) courses may be eligible to be paid with financial aid funds. Learn more