Colorado may not be home to any Ivy League schools, but there are still many excellent colleges and universities in the Centennial State.
However, having so many educational options means it can be difficult to decide which school to attend. From academics to Greek life to extracurricular activities, there are many factors to consider when choosing where to go to college.
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One of the best ways to sort out these components is to take an in-person visit. Seeing the academic and social aspects of a school for yourself helps you get an idea of your possible future home.
But what if you can’t travel for a visit or don’t know which schools to visit? There are so many universities and colleges in Colorado – you can’t realistically see them all.
Fortunately, there are other resources to help you.
Agencies like US News and World Report annually rank colleges and universities based on many things, including acceptance rates, graduation rates, campus life, student selectivity, diversity, tuition, and more.
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All of this can help you discern which school would be best for you, but depending on what you’re looking for, the “best” college or university can change. This is where something simple – like tuition – can help.
Excluding online schools and out-of-state tuition, see Colorado colleges and universities ranked from most expensive to least expensive, according to at U.S. News & World Reportin the gallery below.