Ongoing Center for Urban Education Programs (in Denver)

Program Director

Rosanne Fulton, Ph.D.
rosanne.fulton@unco.edu
303-637-4334

Getting to Know this Current Students Section

The UNC Center for Urban Education is supported by UNC Extended Campus. This current students section has the UNC information and resources you will need most as you progress through your degree. Some tips to get started:

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Tuition

This program is supported by Extended Campus but is state-funded (similar to our Greeley campus programs), which means:

  • Eligible Colorado Residents will receive the in-state tuition rate and a COF (College Opportunity Fund) stipend of $40/credit hour.
  • Significantly lower student fees – the $40/credit hour off-campus program fee funds key services for you at the Center, but remains significantly lower than the on-campus fee structures.
  • Certain courses may carry specific course fees for additional services and materials.

The following tuition is for the 2020-21 academic year (which runs Fall, Spring, and Summer terms). Tuition for the 2021-22 academic year will be determined mid-June 2021.

Colorado Residents

$344/credit hour
- $40/credit hour COF stipend
+ $40/credit hour program fee
= $344/credit hour*
* UNC also features a reduced cost per credit hour for enrolling above full-time (12 credit hours). Credit hours 13-16 each term are priced at only $90/credit hour including the program fee.

Non-Residents (Out-of-State)

$791.50/credit hour
+ $40/credit hour program fee
= $831.50/credit hour
* UNC also features a reduced cost per credit hour for enrolling above full-time (12 credit hours). Credit hours 13-16 each term are priced at only $180/credit hour including the program fee.

Colorado Asset

Colorado Asset allows qualified undocumented students to pay in-state tuition to attend the University of Northern Colorado. Learn more about the ASSET program and UNC resources for DREAMers.