The state of Colorado is refunding all of the tuition and fees paid to Colorado State University, and those who are still owed money can get their money back as soon as this week.
The program, known as the Colorado State Refund Credit Program, was launched in the summer of 2018 and provides students the chance to refinance their debt and pay off any outstanding tuition and related fees.
The program is similar to other credit programs like the American Student Assistance Program (ASAP), but the state of CO allows students to reflow their own debts as well.
The state has offered the program to students since its inception, but only for undergraduate students.
The university had previously offered a similar program for those who were in graduate school, and the state has also offered the programs for those students.
The COSU refund program is available for students who are currently enrolled at a Colorado state college or university, but the exact amount they can get is still up in the air.
If they can’t get the money, the state is refunded a set amount.
Students who are eligible for the program, but still owe money are encouraged to contact the university to apply for a refund.
For those who don’t have a state student ID number, they can simply use their COSUs debit card to make a cash payment.
Students can also apply to the state for a tuition refund through the COSUS website.
The state can only issue refunds to students who have paid their bills, but there is an exception for non-refundable loans, which are loans that have already been paid off.
The students are also required to complete the online form to receive a refund or other credit.
As of Tuesday, students who did not receive a payment for the tuition are entitled to a full refund.
Students who owe money on the loan can contact the state and ask to be reimbursed.
Those who are not eligible for a full repayment will be refunded half of the money owed.
To find out if you are eligible, go to the COsUS website or call the school.