Community College Debt For Graduating Students in Colorado

  • The Colorado average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $13,000.
  • For public community colleges in Colorado, the average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $11,579.
  • For private community colleges in Colorado, the average community college debt for graduating students is approximately $20,798.

Community College Debt For Graduating Students in Colorado

  • College Completed Debt Location
  • $6,000
    600 Prospect St
    Trinidad CO  81082
    (719)846-5011
  • $8,708
    7475 Dakin St Suite 100
    Denver CO  80221
    (303)426-1800
  • $8,773
    5401 W. 20th St.
    Greeley CO  80632
    (970)330-8008
  • $9,000
    1802 Colorado Ave
    La Junta CO  81050
    (719)384-6831
  • $9,000
    5675 S Academy Blvd
    Colorado Springs CO  80906
    (719)502-2000
  • $9,250
    100 College Avenue
    Sterling CO  80751
    (970)521-6600
  • $9,283
    802 Grand Ave.
    Glenwood Springs CO  81601
  • $9,500
    1815 Jet Wing Drive
    Colorado Springs CO  80916
    (719)638-6580
  • $9,500
    16000 E CentreTech Pky
    Aurora CO  80011
    (303)360-4700
  • Everest College-Thornton
    Private, for profit
    $9,500
    9065 Grant St
    Denver CO  80229
    (303)457-2757
  • $9,500
    13300 W Sixth Ave
    Denver CO  80228
    (303)914-6600
  • Everest College-Aurora
    Private, for profit
    $9,500
    14280 East Jewell Ave
    Aurora CO  80012
    (303)745-6244
  • $9,500
    111 N. Havana Street
    Aurora CO  80010
    (303)861-1151
  • $10,000
    2401 S Main St
    Lamar CO  81052
    (719)336-2248
  • $11,000
    5900 S. Santa Fe Dr.
    Littleton CO  80160
    3037974222
  • $11,500
    900 West Orman Avenue
    Pueblo CO  81004
    7195493200
  • $11,730
    11194 E 45th Ave
    Denver CO  80239
    (303)722-5724
  • $13,000
    920 Barlow Road
    Fort Morgan CO  80701
    (970)542-3100
  • $13,500
    500 Kennedy Drive
    Rangely CO  81648
    8005621105
  • $13,500
    3645 W 112th Ave
    Westminster CO  80031
    (303)404-5000
  • Intellitec Medical Institute
    Private, for profit
    $13,875
    6805 Corporate Drive, Suite 100
    Colorado Springs CO  80919
    (719)596-7400
  • $14,084
    1111 W. Colfax Ave.
    Denver CO  80204
    (303)556-2600
  • $14,746
    772 Horizon Dr
    Grand Junction CO  81506
    (970)245-8101
  • $15,330
    7655 W Mississippi Ste 100
    Denver CO  80226
    (303)986-2320
  • $18,179
    3842 South Mason Street
    Fort Collins CO  80525
    (970)223-2669
  • $18,609
    2315 East Pikes Peak Avenue
    Colorado Springs CO  80909
    (719)632-7626
  • Colorado School of Trades
    Private, for profit
    $20,000
    1575 Hoyt St
    Denver CO  80215
    3032334697
  • $20,992
    9051 Harlan Street, Unit 20
    Westminster CO  80031
    (303)427-5292
  • Redstone College
    Private, for profit
    $21,500
    10851 W 120th Ave
    Broomfield CO  80021
    (303)466-1714
  • $27,000
    7150 Montview Blvd
    Denver CO  80220
    (303)256-9300
  • CollegeAmerica-Denver
    Private, non-profit
    $27,236
    1385 S Colorado Blvd., 5th Floor
    Denver CO  80222
    (303)300-8740
  • $27,236
    3645 Citadel Drive South
    Colorado Springs CO  80909
    (719)622-3600
  • $28,713
    1681 S Dayton St
    Denver CO  80247
    (303)751-8700
  • $33,179
    3150 S Sheridan Blvd
    Denver CO  80227
    (303)934-1122
  • DeVry University-Colorado
    Private, for profit
    $39,008
    1870 W 122nd Ave
    Denver CO  80234
    (303)280-7400
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