Low Tuition Makes Your Bachelor’s Degree Affordable

High-quality courses, faculty and facilities at Colorado Mountain College are a remarkable value — especially for  in-district and in-state residents

Our tuition costs for upper-level courses are some of the lowest in the state. And our multiple campus locations make getting your bachelor’s degree accessible and affordable.

Go to web page: See Admissions/Residency Requirements to see if you qualify for in-district or in-state tuition rates.

Active military and veterans, including their dependents, are entitled to a discount and pay only in-district tuition regardless of their residency.

 

Tuition for Bachelor’s Degree / 300-400 Level Credit Courses

Classification Rate per credit
(300-400 level)
Total for 15 credits
per semester
In-district $99 $1,485
Vets/Active Military
& Dependents
$99 $1,485
CMC Service Area (within Chaffee, Grand and Jackson counties, but outside CMC district) $205 $3,075
In-state $212 $3,180
Western States (WUE) $318 $4,770
Out-of-state $429 $6,435

 

Tuition for 2-year Degrees & Certificates / 100 and 200 Level Credit Courses

Classification Rate per credit
(100-200 level)
Total for 15 credits
per semester
In-district $57 $855
Vets/Active Military
& Dependents
$57 $855
CMC Service Area (within Chaffee, Grand and Jackson counties, but outside CMC district) $97 $1,455
In-state $100.50 $1,507.50
Western States (WUE) $150.75 $1,586.25
Out-of-state $317 $4,755