The Colorado tuition classification statute [C.R.S. §23- 7-101, et seq.] delegates responsibility to the University to determine eligibility for in-state tuition in accordance with rules that apply to all public colleges and universities in the state. The University of Colorado is committed to a process that provides students all rights specified by law, that is fair and impartial, and that affords students full opportunity to present their cases. As a part of this process, students whose petitions for in- state tuition classification have been denied by the Tuition Classification Officer (TCO) may submit additional information for consideration by the TCO and may request a review by the University Tuition Classification Review Board. Because the regulations for in-state tuition are governed by state law, the Review Board cannot consider requests for exceptions to these regulations.
The Review Board examines the record of actions taken by the TCO as described in the following Basis for the Review and determines whether competent evidence exists to support the decision of the TCO.
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If you graduated in December 2014, be sure to meet the following deadlines to receive your diploma!
Dear Faculty and Staff,
Faculty and staff may register for CU-Boulder courses beginning on the first day of classes, Monday, Jan. 12, 2015, at 12:01 a.m.
To take courses on the Boulder campus, you must: