Colorado has several programs that offer reduced tuition to
eligible Colorado students attending school in other states.
Western Undergraduate Exchange
If you are considering attending a school in:
Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New
Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington or
The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE), a program of the Western Interstate Commission for
Higher Education (WICHE) offers
students who are residents of WICHE states to enroll at
participating two- and four-year college programs outside of their
home state at a reduced tuition rate.
Oklahoma Scholarships for Non-Resident
Colorado residents may receive scholarships that include a
waiver of a portion of the non-resident tuition at a college or
university in Oklahoma. Work with the college you want to attend
Nebraska State & Community Colleges
Western Nebraska Community college and Chadron, Peru and Wayne
State Colleges offer programs for out-of-state students. Visit
their websites or inquire at their financial aid office.
New Mexico-Colorado Tuition Reciprocity
Eligible Colorado students may apply to designated institutions
in New Mexico and pay resident tuition rates. View the current
Watch the Colorado Department of Education
website for updates to these programs.