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Heritage College, located in Denver, CO, offers post-secondary education with multiple degree options. The College provides information about the admission process, submitting an application, and tuition rates. Prospective students can also contact Heritage College for information about financial aid and scholarship opportunities.You may contact Colleges & Universities for questions about:
Heritage College sets its own admission requirements and the admission process, including deadlines for admission and application requirements such as official transcripts, letters of recommendation, and standardized test scores such as the ACT or SAT. During the admission process, prospective students submit the required materials, which the College evaluates to determine whether to grant admission. Applicants in the Denver County area can visit the College for more information about the admission process.Degree Programs
Heritage College offers multiple degree programs, including options in the liberal arts, the sciences, and other disciplines. The College sets the degree requirements for different degree levels, according to Colorado and federal standards. It also determines demand for different majors. Within the College, departments provide guidance and advising for Denver students enrolled in their degree program. Contact the College for more information about its degree programs.Tuition and Financial Aid
The College reports its tuition rates on an annual basis, including any additional enrollment fees, technology fees, or expenses. The College also provides estimates for the total annual cost, factoring in the cost of books and living expenses for students living on campus or off campus. These estimates help prospective students considering a Denver College budget for their degree. The College's Financial Aid office provides information on scholarship opportunities, federal financial aid, and other financial support.Colorado Public & Private Colleges
In addition to Heritage College, multiple public and private colleges operate in Colorado. Public Colleges typically receive partial funding from the Colorado state government and offer a full range of degree programs, including bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees. In general, Colorado Public Colleges offer lower tuition than Private Colleges for in-state students. In Colorado, Private Colleges and Universities may offer specialized programs or a smaller learning environment. Public and Private Colleges pursue accreditation from independent accrediting agencies, which evaluate educational standards. Colorado accredited Colleges meet the highest standard for educating students and granting degrees.Contact Heritage College
You may contact Heritage College by calling 303-477-7240, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Heritage College, 4704 North Harlan Street, Denver, Colorado, 80212.