Continuing Education Tuition
Tuition rates for Continuing Education programs are largely dependent on the type of course in which you enroll and sometimes on your status as a Colorado resident/nonresident or undergraduate/graduate student. Additional fees may apply. Discounts may be available for University of Colorado faculty, staff, retirees, and Alumni Association members.
Refer to the tuition tables for rates:
Note: For CU Boulder degree students, tuition for Continuing Education courses is charged in addition to and separate from your main campus tuition. If you have questions about tuition, contact us at 303-492-2212 or email@example.com.
Tuition and Fee Agreement and Disclosure
All students who enroll in courses at the University of Colorado Boulder are held responsible for payment as described in the Tuition and Fee Agreement and Disclosure. Students accept the terms of this agreement during the registration process in MyCUInfo.
For more information, visit the CU Boulder Bursar’s Office website.
Bursar and Accounting Services
Continuing Education is pleased to provide bursar and accounting services to our students.
If you have a question about your tuition bill, setting up a payment plan, paying your tuition and/or student fees, etc., please contact us at 303-492-2212 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our staff is available from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday (summer hours are 7:30 am to 4:30 pm). We are located on the second floor of the Continuing Education Building.
CU Employee Discounts
University of Colorado faculty, staff, professional researchers, and retirees from any of the CU campuses, including the CU System, are eligible for the following program discounts:
• The International English Center offers a 25% discount.
• The Evening Credit program offers a 50% discount.
• Applied Music and Online Credit programs offer a 20% discount on all courses with the exception of term-based WRTG courses and courses within the MSOL Program.
Please note that faculty, staff, and professional researchers must be at least half-time and need to provide a printed copy of their “job list” from Peoplesoft or some equivalent form of documentation when requesting a discount.
Alumni Association members receive a 10% discount off in-state tuition for one Continuing Education course (excluding the MSOL Program). For more information call 303-492-5148.
Offered in partnership with the University of Colorado’s Alumni Association. Members of the HERD and “New Graduate Members” are not eligible for this discount.
The International English Center offers a 25% discount for the spouses and children of current degree-seeking students.
Science Discovery offers a 10% discount to the children of CU faculty, staff, and students.
District or School Assistance
Colorado high school juniors and seniors under the age of 21 enrolled in a public high school may be eligible to receive tuition assistance from their school district for college courses taken via the ACCESS program. District-sponsored tuition assistance is not available for Summer Session courses. Talk to your high school counselor about your school district’s policy. Boulder and St. Vrain Valley students can find information on their district’s website.