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This tool will help you find out how the classes you take, your GPA and test scores compare to Colorado college‘s and university’s admission standards. And, if you choose to attend a technical or community college, you can explore that pathway as well.
You can and should continue your education beyond a high school diploma or GED/HiSET/TASC.
- 97% of jobs on Colorado’s *Tier 1 job list typically demand some form of education beyond high school.
- Would you rather make $50,196 or $31, 280 a year? In 2015, the median annual income for Coloradoans with a four-year college degree was more than $50K and only about $31K for a high school graduate or equivalent.
- The unemployment rate for Coloradoans with a four-year or higher college degree was just 2.6% in 2015. For high school graduates, it was nearly double that.
* These are jobs that have median earnings at or above living wage that support a family of two adults (one working) and a child.