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A bare, 5-4 majority of the Senate Education Committee on Thursday killed a measure that would have set a 6 percent cap on annual tuition increases by state colleges and universities. Although Senate Bill 15-062 was sponsored by the panel’s senior...
 
(Jan. 20, 2015) -- For 8 years now volunteers from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have set up a booth for free health screenings. They’ll check body mass index and blood glucose, vision and blood pressure.
 
State lawmakers have introduced a bill that would indefinitely cap tuition increases at 6 percent per year for most Colorado colleges and universities. The bill was introduced by Sen. Andy Kerr and Rep. Brittany Pettersen, both Lakewood Democrats, to help...
 
A bill that would indefinitely extend the current 6 percent cap on annual tuition increases at state colleges and universities was introduced by two Democratic lawmakers Monday.
 
The month before his second term starts, Gov. John Hickenlooper is painting a bleak picture of Colorado's future budget situation, even as the state's economic fortunes improve. "Some of the things we've taken for granted and counted...
 
Colorado's new formula to fund state colleges and universities based on schools' performance has unanimous support from the schools and is one step away from going to the legislature for approval.
 
Jack Finlaw, chief legal counsel for Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, will be the next president and CEO of the University of Colorado Foundation, which manages CU donations and endowments, the university announced Thursday.
 
International headline grabbing advances in Alzheimer’s disease research are being made right here in Colorado, by University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus physicians and researchers. CU Advocates hosted a lunch and learn, Wednesday, Oct. 15,...
 
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and former U.S. Rep Bob Beauprez, his challenger, will debate on the campus of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in two weeks. The event is hosted by The Gazette, the Colorado Springs Independent, the...
 
Craig — Affordability, access and employability emerged as important issues for higher education in Northwest Colorado at a meeting held Thursday to discuss statewide higher education funding.

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