CIC Can Help
The College In Colorado team is working hard to provide tools,
resources and assistance to educators, workforce personnel and
other education professionals throughout Colorado. Everything we
offer is free-of-charge!
Sept. 24 - Oct. 28 is College Application Month
It's time to start thinking about helping your students submit
their FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and college
applications! That's why we're bringing you CAM, a
month's worth of activities to help break down and smooth out the
college application process. We have a complete Professional Handbook to assist you, and our CAM
calendar is a great way to monitor student progress. After
students complete select activities, they'll be entered to
win prizes. Make sure to reserve Sept. 24 - Oct.
28 for CAM and prepare for a productive month!
Exciting Scholarship Enhancements
At the end of June a major overhaul of our
scholarship tools launched. Among many new features, just in
time for fall students can sign up for monthly e-mails that give
them a real-time update of new scholarships that match their
2017-2018 Workshop Topics and Schedule
This year, College In Colorado will facilitate three two-day workshop opportunities in each region
of the state; offered twice in different locations. Workshops will
focus on specific key elements of Individual Career and Academic
Planning in preparation for use during the next semester. Register today!
Find Your Region: Get Support
College In Colorado has professionals in each region of Colorado
dedicated to assisting your organization to create transformational
Individual Career and Academic Plans (ICAPs).
- Two-day Workshops in each season focused on
specific key elements of ICAP including reporting and lesson plan
resources. Register today!
- Our outreach and access team members are your go to people for
assistance. Find your region by clicking on the map below then call
or e-mail your College In Colorado regional coordinator to provide
assistance or set up a webinar session to discuss your particular
Try the Middle School Activities
Students may log into their portfolio to check out activities
designed specifically for middle schoolers. Explore Directions
After High School and the Career Clusters Map. These activities
help students learn about options after high school graduation, to
map out possiblities for career areas and rank the ones they like
best! May be added to ICAP pages.
Updated Milestone Tracking
The milestone tracking capability and reporting now includes the
ability to define a set of milestones at the school level or by
individual milestones to monitor student work. There are multiple
filtering options at both the school and district reporting
levels. Review how you can generate in-depth analyses
through the updated milestone features.
Batch Account Creation Enhanced!
The School Finance Act of 2009 specified that each 6th grade
student have a CollegeInColorado.org account. With recent enhancements to the process, it is now
easier than ever to mass-create College In Colorado student
accounts and greatly reduce any additional burden these
requirements may impose.
Creation of multiple accounts is done by making simple
modifications to an export from a school's student information
system. You can now create accounts for up to 2,000 students at a
time. If this feature is unfamiliar to you, contact your College In
outreach and access coordinator for further information and
Do you have students or parents that could use help on the
phone on CollegeInColorado.org, financial aid or other questions?
We have a dedicated phone line for assistance in English or
Spanish; dial (720)
For Website technical support, dial 1 (800)
¿Preguntas? Llame al (720) 264-8580.
Use the Order Form to obtain additional
brochures, posters or College Guides (or e-mail Orders@cic.state.co.us).
Take time to improve your financial IQ! College In Colorado
online courses in topics such as Income, Credit, Identity Theft
Colorado ASSET Website
Are some of your students without proof of legal U.S. residency
and wish to attend a Colorado public college or university? Learn
whether they may be eligible for in-state tuition and understand
the resources available to help them with this
process. College In Colorado has built a
website to assist families and students to take advantage of
Colorado's ASSET legislation.
Get what you need online
- Visit the Professional Center, your own Web portal* to oversee
student Individual Career and Academic Plans (ICAPs), online
portfolios, documents and milestones, send messages and
set up calendar events, obtain resources, run analysis and status
reports and customize the Website for your school;
- Browse the
For Professionals page, right here on the student
CollegeInColorado.org portal - no log in required! Review ICAP
materials, ASCA correlation information, e-news, research reports
and What's New information especially for education
- Open the
Resources page for quick access to our free materials, kits,
lesson plans, curriculum, brochures, and use the online order
form to request everything you need from college guides to
trainings - all free!
- Use the CIC College Application Month site up to and during October to plan
events centered on helping your students apply to
- Have students without proof of legal residency? Help them look
at in-state tuition and College Opportunity Fund (COF)
opportunities at the CIC Colorado ASSET website.
*If you need your Professional Account Access Key (PAAK) or
Administrator Code (AC), contact Twyla.Esquibel@cic.state.co.us.