Video: Student Financial Aid
A college education is an investment worth making. While students invest in their future, CU invests in its students to ensure that all qualified Coloradans can afford a CU education. Providing institutional grants and scholarships lowers costs and helps reduce debt upon graduation. Over the past 15 years, CU’s investment in grants and scholarships has nearly quadrupled. Last year CU students received more than $260 million in grants and scholarships, over half of which comes from CU. View the full video below…
For additional data and information about Student Financial Aid, visit cu.edu/student-financial-aid or review the most recent presentation to the CU Board of Regents. For general information about CU, visit our CU Data Made Simple page.
The Budget and Finance Office assists the Board of Regents, executive management team, and the university community in attaining their goals by compiling and disseminating information for planning, budgeting, management and accountability. It develops university-wide budget parameters in collaboration with campus leadership, the Board of Regents and state policymakers. It is the primary fiscal liaison to state agencies and coordinates universitywide financial reporting to internal and external constituents.
The office includes Capital Construction and Planning and Institutional Research.
- The Capital Construction and Planning unit coordinates university-wide capital construction activity and reporting for external entities. It also provides support for the Design Review Board and the Regents Capital Subcommittee, and maintains core data on CU capital construction activities.
- The Institutional Research (IR) unit coordinates with the IR offices on each CU campus to provide data and analyses on students, faculty and staff, and other topics of interest to internal and external constituents.