Colorado State University offering tuition breaks

DENVER — Colorado State University is offering tuition breaks to students from the middle class.

System chancellor Joe Blake says Colorado undergraduate students whose families earn up to $57,000 a year will get half off their tuition beginning next year.

Blake says those students will save about $2,600 a year, the equivalent of getting one semester free. Students from lower income families would pay nothing.


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