Your initial tuition classification is determined from information you supply on your application for admission to the university. You may file a petition if you wish to contest out-of-state classification status or if you subsequently become eligible for in-state status. If the Tuition Classification Officer denies your petition, you may appeal to the University Tuition Classification Review Board.
Because Colorado residency status is governed solely by Colorado regulations, lack of eligibility for in-state status in another state does not guarantee in-state status in Colorado. The tuition classification statute places the burden of proof on you to provide clear and convincing evidence of eligibility.
Information submitted to qualify for in-state classification is subject to independent verification. Individuals submitting false information or falsified supporting documents are subject to both criminal charges and university disciplinary proceedings.
Disclaimer: Our goal is to protect the confidentially, integrity and availability of information. Please note that we cannot guarantee the security of any sensitive data contained in your email or fax. Our preferred method of receiving your documentation is through traceable mail or in-person delivery.
The Office of the Registrar will offer limited services on Tuesday, Oct. 13, due to a staff retreat. We will attempt to assist with all requests that day; however, if necessary we will contact customers the following day.
As a student at CU-Boulder, you have rights regarding the access to and disclosure of information in your education record. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords you:
Dear faculty and staff,
Faculty and staff using the tuition benefit may register for CU-Boulder Main Campus classes beginning on Monday, Aug. 24, 2015, at 12:01 a.m.