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Colorado College

Colorado Springs, CO

National College Match Scholarship Package

These numbers reflect estimated student expenses for the 2023-2024 school year. Amounts will change slightly from year to year, but as the cost of college increases, the scholarship packages will correspondingly increase. Your official financial aid award will be included in a letter directly from Colorado College.

Annual Cost

Tuition

$64,554

Room & Board

$14,376

Books & Supplies

$1,240

Travel

$1,230

Personal

$1,354

Health Insurance

$2,930

Required Fees

$474

Total

$86,158

Grants

$82,334

Work-Study

$2,584

Student Summer Work Contribution

$1,240

Parent Contribution

$0

Student Savings

$0

Student Loan

$0

Total

$86,158

 Policy on Outside Funding

Outside funding will replace any federal funds awarded, with the exception of the Pell Grant. Outside funding will then be added up to the Cost of Attendance.

Policy on Health Insurance

Students must submit their insurance information during the summer through the Wellness Resource Center to see if their existing coverage applies while at CC. If not, students can notify the Financial Aid Office their coverage wasn't accepted and the grant for insurance will be added.

Policy on Student Contribution

Students are expected to arrive on campus with savings from summer earnings to fund book expenses associated with courses. After arriving at Colorado College students are expected to utilize work opportunities on campus to fund limited personal expenses and return-home expenses during academic recess. A full handbook on campus funding opportunities to assist students in planning for their time at CC can be found here.

Requirements Associated with Maintaining this Award

Students must maintain satisfactory academic progress toward a degree as defined in the institution's academic catalog and be in good standing in accordance with College policy to maintain this award. Student awards are renewed each year at the agreement level above (work study and work contribution from summer covering books, travel, and personal while grants will cover the rest of the expenses).

Colorado College’s Financial Aid Overview 

Colorado College believes that one of the best investments is a good education and its pursuit should not be compromised by financial concerns. Many families mistakenly assume they cannot afford a private, liberal arts education. However, Colorado College seeks a highly qualified and diverse student body. For this reason, Colorado College offers a strong financial aid program that enables students form all economic backgrounds to enroll. Colorado College strongly urges students to explore the possibility of financial aid as they plan their college education.

It is Colorado College's goal to make CC affordable to all admitted students who apply for assistance on time. Colorado College grant assistance is based on students' financial eligibility and admission credentials.