Want to assess the risks and benefits of college degrees? Then consider the issues of degree value, affordability, access, and debt.
Are college degrees worth the time, effort, and expense? CSU System Chancellor Tony Frank presents his views.
Understanding student debt
The nationwide total is a staggering $1.6 trillion. But average individual debt might be much less than you think.
Serving a new mosaic
To serve a diverse populace, universities must adopt new approaches to higher education access.
Wanted: Flexibility in degree attainment to help college students and the businesses that will employ them.
Recent alumni put their degrees to work
While working as an intensive care nurse during COVID-19, this CSU Pueblo alumna completed her Doctor of Nursing practice and now is a nurse practitioner in her home community.
The right track
A degree in philosophy and participation in the campus Native American Cultural Center helped this CSU alum find his place. Now he’s in law school, planning to practice Tribal law.
After service in the U.S. Marine Corps, this Hispanic grad studied watershed science at CSU and now is pursuing a doctorate with plans to advance equal access to clean water.
As his family struggled with homelessness, this CSU Global alum took custody of his younger brother, earned an online degree, and secured a job that allows him to support himself and his brother.
This husband and wife bonded while competing on CSU Pueblo’s standout cybersecurity team. Now they’re both working in cybersecurity for the U.S. Department of Defense.
These sisters graduated the same year in technology fields at CSU and now work together at a Fortune 500 company, hoping to inspire other Black kids to pursue STEM careers.
This CSU alumna grew up in rural Colorado, earned an animal science degree and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at CSU – and now owns a bustling veterinary practice in rural Missouri.
As a single, working mom, this CSU Global grad earned two online degrees and worked her way into healthcare education. Now, she’s set to earn a third degree that will allow her to practice medicine.