From gun-smithing to wind energy and nursing, Colorado’s rural colleges offer low-cost classes and bring competition to CU

From the college president in Sterling who visits dorms rooms to find out why a student bombed on a midterm exam to a packed classroom in Trinidad that teaches the finer points of gun-smithing, education on Colorado’s two-year rural college campuses is done a little differently.

Compared to the much larger and more prestigious four-year schools on Colorado’s Front Range, tuition is meager and instruction almost always one-on-one among the 13 schools and 39 locations that make up the

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