About ASSET

ASSET

Signed in 2013, the Senate Bill 13-033, or the Colorado Advancing Students for a Stronger Economy Tomorrow (ASSET) law, allows eligible undocumented students to pay in-state tuition and to receive the COF stipend at Colorado’s public colleges and universities.

 

Are you eligible for in-state tuition through ASSET?

In general, you need to:

  • Have attended high school for three years right before you graduated
  • Be admitted to a participating college within twelve months of graduating
  • Sign an affidavit, if you are not legally present in the U.S., saying that you are currently seeking or will seek legal status as soon as you are eligible.

If you do not meet the above qualifications, you may still be able to apply and receive in-state tuition through ASSET.

 

More Eligibility Information

For more ASSET eligibility information, view the Qualifications Chart or the Colorado ASSET Flow Chart.

If you are still unsure whether you qualify for ASSET or COF, please contact the UCCS Office of the Registrar at (719) 255-3361 or registrar@uccs.edu. You can also contact us at (719) 255-3319 or mosaicsa@uccs.edu.