With over 26,000 students, Colorado State University offers students a world-class education: the university boasts more than 150 studies within 8 colleges and has over 100 undergraduate degrees.
In addition to Colorado State University, Fort Collins offers several additional higher-education institutions.
College America offers students the opportunity to excel in the following areas of expertise: healthcare, business, and computer and graphic design. CollegeAmerica also gives the students the flexibility of class schedule and online classes.
College of Adult and Graduate Studies Center in northern Colorado serves adult and graduate students in communities along the northern Front Range, southern Wyoming, northeastern Colorado, and online. Located along I-25, it provides a convenient location to all.
Front Range Community College was established in 1988 and is located at the southeast corner of Harmony and Shields. FRCC offers students the opportunity to further their careers, start an education, save money and increase earning potential.
IBMC offers students degrees in business, legal, healthcare and massage. Founded in 1987, IBMC has grown and expanded with additional courses and programs to match student skills with the needs of employers, healthcare services and business sectors.
Regis University offers students 10+ undergraduate majors, Master programs in Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Management as well as College for Professional Studies.
University of Phoenix is located in the southeast area of Fort Collins and offers students the flexibility to choose how they learn. Flexible scheduling, faculty with real-world knowledge and a consistent and effective curriculum design help make higher education accessible to everyone.