Colorado State University
Colorado State University is one of the top colleges in Colorado and top research universities for studies in infectious diseases, clean energy technologies, atmospheric science, and environmental science. The school was founded in 1870, providing its students with a rich history in fine education. Colorado State offers over 150 programs of study in eight colleges, and 30 percent of Colorado’s graduates in mathematics and science fields come from Colorado State. Colorado State also ranked in the top tier of US universities in US News and World Report. To learn more about the school or to schedule a visit to the Fort Collins campus, visit www.colostate.edu or call 970-491-6444.
University of Colorado at Boulder
The University of Colorado at Boulder is one of 34 public universities to belong to the Association of American Universities. It has four Nobel laureates on its alumni list and is a Tier 1 research university and among the top colleges in Colorado. Undergraduates have 85 majors to choose from, and the master’s program offers 70 degrees. Those pursuing a doctorate choose from 50 degree programs. Popular majors include psychology, integrative physiology, English, pre-journalism, and biological sciences. Call 303-492-1411 or visit www.colorado.edu to learn more about the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Colorado School of Mines
The Colorado School of Mines offers students the chance to learn in a public research university that works in the engineering and applied sciences fields. Its admissions standards are the highest of any public university in the state. Students learn from a curriculum that focuses on taking good care of the earth and its resources. Mines has undergraduate degree programs in Applied Science and Mathematics, Engineering, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Geoscience and Resource Engineering. The school also has a graduate program. To learn more visit www.mines.edu or call 303-273-3000.
University of Denver
The University of Denver is the oldest and largest university in the Colorado Rockies area. The school has degree programs in the arts, business, computer science, education, engineering, international studies, humanities, mathematics, music, natural sciences, social sciences and theatre, as well as dedicated courses of study in a separate Woman’s College and University College, the school’s adult education departments. Visit www.du.edu or call the University of Denver at 303-871-2000 to learn more about the school.
Colorado Technical University
Colorado Technical University is a school designed for those seeking career training in skills used in today’s work environment. Degree programs focus on the fields of engineering and science and cover all degrees from associates to doctorates. The school has both campus based and online classes to provide convenient access to education. Most degree programs have resume-enhancing Academic Certificates that you can add to your professional resume after graduation. Learn more about Colorado Tech at www.coloradotech.edu or by calling 866-942-6555.