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List of Colleges and Universities in Colorado

List of colleges and universities in Colorado.

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Colorado Commission on Higher Education

Adams State University: Adams State University was started by Billy Adams “the Founder” in 1921. Dr. Beverlee J. McClure is the current university president. 3,470 students enrolled in spring 2015. Mascot for the university is Grizzly Bear.Visit Site

Colorado Mesa University: Colorado Mesa University was established in 1925. Current president is Tim Foster. Today it has nearly 10,662 enrolled students in 2014-2015 academic year. Mavericks is the university mascot.Visit Site

Colorado School of Mines: Colorado School of Mines was established in 1874 serving the Golden Colorado. Paul C. Johnson, Ph.D. is the current president. In fall 2015, it has 5,794 total enrolled students. Mascot of the university are Marvin the Miner and Blaster the Burro.Visit Site

Colorado State University: Colorado State University was established in 1870. Tony Frank is the current president while Michael V. Martin is the chancellor. It has over 32,000 enrolled students in fall 2015. CAM the Ram is the university mascot.Visit Site

Colorado State University Pueblo: Colorado State University Pueblo was founded in July 13, 1933 is a public university in Pueblo, Colorado. Current president is Lesley Di Mare. It has 93% acceptance rate in 2010 enrollment. Wolfie is the university mascot.Visit Site

Fort Lewis College: Fort Lewis College was established in 1911. Currently, Dene Kay Thomas is the president while Barbara Morris is the provost. It has 3,789 total number of students enrolled. Skyler the Skyhawk is the mascot for the university.Visit Site

Metropolitan State University of Denver: Metropolitan State University of Denver is a public university founded in 1965. Current president is Stephen M. Jordan, Ph.D. It has 7,244 total number of students in fall 2014. Rowdy the Roadrunner is the university mascot.Visit Site

University of Colorado Boulder: University of Colorado Boulder is a reseach university established in 1876. Bruce D. Benson is the current president. It has 30,789 students enrolled in fall 2015 with 84.2% acceptance rate in 2014. University mascot is Ralphie the Buffalo, Chip.Visit Site

University of Colorado Colorado Springs: University of Colorado Colorado Springs was founded in 1965 and it was currently led by Bruce D. Benson “the president”. It has 11,299 enrolled students in fall 2015 with 91% acceptance rate. Clyde and Boomer are the university mascot.Visit Site

Pikes Peak Community College: Pikes Peak Community College was established in 1968. Dr. Lance Bolton is the current university president. It is attending to 21,000 students yearly. Aardvarks is the mascot for university.Visit Site

University of Colorado Denver: University of Colorado Denver was founded in 1912 by Jonathan Hill. Bruce D. Benson is the current president. Total enrolled students in fall 2015 are nearly 37,000 students around Denver and Anschutz. Milo the Lynx is the university mascot.Visit Site

University of Northern Colorado: University of Northern Colorado was founded in 1889. Kay Norton is the current president. It has over 12,000 students enrolled annually. Klawz is the mascot of university.Visit Site

Western State Colorado University: Western State Colorado University was established in 1901. Current president is Greg Salsbury. There are currently 2,539 students enrolled. Mountaineers is the mascot for the university.Visit Site

Aims Community College: Aims Community College was established in 1967 serving Northern Colorado. Dr. Leah L. Bornstein is the current president. It has nearly 5,000 students enrolled today.Visit Site

Colorado Mountain College: Colorado Mountain College was founded in 1967. Current president is Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser. It is attending to over 20,000 students annually.Visit Site

Federal institutions

Four-year institutions

United States Air Force Academy Colorado Springs: United States Air Force Academy Colorado Springs was founded in 1954 located in Colorado Springs. There are 3,952 students enrolled in 2014 with 16.6% acceptance rate. Gyrfalcon is the academy mascot.Visit Site

State institutions

Two-year institutions

Colorado Mountain College: Colorado Mountain College was founded in 1967. It is led by Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser as the president. In 2011, it has 5,823 enrolled students.Visit Site

Leadville Residential Campus: Leadville Residential Campus has 13 faculty staffs. The campus is governed by Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser. It has 129 full time students today. Colorado State guaranteed easy transfer courses.Visit Site

Roaring Fork Residential Campus: Roaring Fork Residential Campus currently has 453 full-time students. Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser is the current president. This residential campus has gym, food service, soccer park, golf course, library and learning centers.Visit Site

Steamboat Residential Campus: Steamboat Residential Campus is one of the main campus of Colorado Mountain College. President is Carrie Besnette Hauser. Currently, it has 418 full time students.Visit Site

Aspen Campus: Aspen Campus serves traditional and nontraditional students. Carrie Besnette Hauser is the campus president. Aspen campus offers classes to fitness studio, science laboratory, galley and more.Visit Site

Summit Campus Breckenridge and Dillon: Summit Campus Breckenridge and Dillon was opened in August, 2009. Current campus president is Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser. The campus provide several opportunities in traditional room settings, professional training and online classes.Visit Site

Timberline Campus Buena Vista and Salida: Timberline Campus in Buena Vista and Salida is a campus location of Colorado Mountain College. It offers two-year associate degrees and various certificates and online courses. It enrolls about 450 students.Visit Site

Roaring Fork Campus Carbondale and Glenwood Springs: Roaring Fork Campus in Carbondale and Glenwood Springs are two campus locations of the Colorado Mountain College network. They both offer a range of associate and bachelor’s classes as well as opportunities for high school students to earn college credit. Approximately 900 students attend classes at the Carbondale location, while there are over 2,000 students at the Glenwood Springs location.Visit Site

Vail Eagle Valley Campus Edwards and Eagle: Vail Eagle Valley Campus in Edwards and Eagle is a campus location of the Colorado Mountain College network. It is located in the Rocky Mountains and offers a range of associate degrees and certificates, including the Culinary Arts degree. Over 3,000 students attend this community college.Visit Site

Rifle Campus: Rifle Campus is a campus location that forms part of the Colorado Mountain College network. It offers a number of two-year degrees and certificates. It is equipped with a variety of art facilities, science and computer labs, as well as “smart” classrooms. Nearly 2,000 students attend this community college.Visit Site

Colorado Northwestern Community College: Colorado Northwestern Community College was founded in 1962. It offers a range of two-year degrees and transfer programs and is attended by nearly 1,000 students. The current president is Russell George and the mascot is the Spartan.Visit Site

Craig Campus: Craig Campus is one of the two campuses of Colorado Northwestern Community College located in Craig, Colorado. It came into existence in 1985 when the CNCC community decided to expand the Rangely Campus. Approximately 300 students are currently enrolled at this location.Visit Site

Rangely Campus: Rangely Campus was the initial campus of CNCC. It has acquired an excellent reputation in its park ranger training, dental hygiene and aviation programs. Dr. William A. Medesy served as the first Dean.Visit Site

Community College of Aurora: Community College of Aurora is a two-year college that has an annual enrollment of approximately 11,000 students. It was established in 1983 as a result of the initiative of a group of Aurora residents. The current president is Dr. Betsy Oudenhoven. The school mascot is the Red Fox.Visit Site

Lamar Community College: Lamar Community College was established in 1937 and is one of Colorado’s smallest community colleges. It offers a number of two-year degrees and certificates and a number of transfer options. The school mascot is the Runnin’ Lope. John Marrin is the current president.Visit Site

Morgan Community College: Morgan Community College was founded in 1970 and enrolls about 450 full-time and 1400 part-time students. MCC offers a variety of two-year and certificate programs which mostly reflect the needs of the Eastern Plains economy and community. The current president is Dr. Kerry Hart.Visit Site

Northeastern Junior College: Northeastern Junior College is a two-year college that was founded in 1941. It offers nearly 100 study programs and a residential campus. NJC’s current president is Jay Lee. The mascot is the Northeastern Plainsman.Visit Site

Trinidad State Junior College: Trinidad State Junior College is a two-year college that was established in 1925. It currently has an enrollment of approximately 1,800 students and offers around 50 study programs. It is well-known for its unique program in Gunsmithing. TSJC’s president is Dr. Carmen Stone and the mascot is the Trojan.Visit Site

Trinidad Campus Trinidad: Trinidad Campus is one of the two campus locations of Trinidad State Junior College. It is located in Trinidad, Colorado on the edge of the Rocky Mountains. The campus is situated on 17 acres and has numerous facilities that include an archeology museum.Visit Site

Alamosa Campus: Valley Campus is the other campus location of Trinidad State Junior College and it is located in Alamosa, Colorado. Valley Campus is a commuter campus well-known for its aquaculture and auto mechanics programs, as well as its Law Enforcement Academy.Visit Site

Western Colorado Community College: Western Colorado Community College is a part of Colorado Mesa University. It offers over 20 associate and certificate programs that are awarded by Colorado Mesa University.Visit Site

Bishop Campus Grand Junction: Bishop Campus is the location of the Western Colorado Community College part of Colorado Mesa University. GrandJunction is the Main campus and where all of the Colorado Mesa University facilities are located.Visit Site

Pikes Peak Community College Colorado Springs: Pikes Peak Community College Colorado Springs was founded in 1968. It offers over 150 associate degree and transfer programs and currently enrolls about 15,000 students. The school president is Dr. Lance Bolton and the mascot is the Aardvark.Visit Site

Please let us know if we have missed any college and we will add it to the list.

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