Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) Tuition Eligibility
New Students: Meet these qualifications to be eligible for this special rate
Nursing and Veterinary Technician programs are excluded from the WUE tuition program. Programs only offered online are excluded.
A limited number of WUE slots will be offered. WUE tuition benefits will be available to new students at the Leadville and Spring Valley campuses only.
New WUE students must complete WUE specific registration paperwork by these deadlines:
- Fall semester: June 1
- Spring semester: October 1
- Summer semester: April 1
Continuing WUE students, at any campus, must declare their intention to continue at CMC by registering for the next semester during the early registration period (summer excluded). Students who do not early register will forfeit their WUE discount and be re-classified as non-resident students.
Through acceptance of the special WUE tuition classification, students acknowledge their intent to maintain their legal domicile in their home state at the time of application and for the duration of their enrollment at CMC. If students desire to change their legal domicile to any other state, including Colorado, they must notify the Registrar’s office. At that time a student may be changed to out-of-state tuition rates. Please note that time accrued while participating in the WUE tuition program cannot be used to establish domiciliary intent for purposes of claiming Colorado residency.
WUE Participation Criteria:
- Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the U.S.
- Maintain enrollment with a minimum of 12 credits for each semester you attend (summer semester is a minimum of 6 credit hours).
- Maintain good academic standing with a 2.0 Cumulative GPA or higher.
- Remain a permanent resident of your home WUE state (maintaining your home state driver’s license will be required).
The Western Undergraduate Exchange is a program of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE).