College Opportunity Fund (COF)

College Opportunity Fund

The College Opportunity Fund (COF) was created by an Act of the 2004 Colorado State Legislature to provide state tax dollar financial support to eligible Colorado resident undergraduate students. The state will provide direct funding to undergraduate students through the College Opportunity Fund. Note: This stipend replaces the amount previously appropriated directly to the institutions for undergraduate education and does not represent additional funding from the State for the students or the institutions.

For questions regarding COF or your eligibility, please contact Student Billing at 719-549-2937. 

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 Frequently Asked Questions

 
What is the purpose of this program?
What is the College Opportunity Fund (COF)?
How do students apply for this stipend?
What happens if I don’t apply for a stipend?
What students qualify for College Opportunity Fund stipends?
Is the COF stipend available for graduate students?
Can an out-of-state student qualify for the COF?
Will the stipend cover the total amount of in-state tuition?
Is there a limit on how many credit hours the stipend will fund?
What happens if a student withdraws from a course, or from the entire semester?
Will the College Opportunity Fund pay for all of my courses?
Will a check be sent to me?