Non-Resident Tuition & Fees
Tuition and Fees - DACA - Non-Resident - International - Hybrid - Online
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Students
Classification as a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) student allows eligible students without documentation to pay in-state tuition, rather than out-of-state tuition, as well as receive the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend at Otero College.
Requirements for DACA status students:
1. Have graduated from a Colorado high school or have taken the GED in Colorado prior to September 1, 2013
2. Were not accepted or attending college within 12 months of graduation
3. Documented 18 months of being physically present in Colorado on a continuous basis
4. Provide at least two of the following documents:
• If under the age of 23 and single, submit a copy of parent's lease, rental agreement or deed to their home where you reside in Colo.
• Submit proof of employment such as a letter from an employer with dates of employment or submit two years of Colorado income taxes being filed
• Submit a copy of your Employment Authorization Card
• Submit a copy of your Colorado ID or Colorado driver's licenses for the past 18 months
For assistance with tuition classification, please contact the Otero Financial Aid Office: 719-384-6834.
More information on DACA student classifications can be found at: www.ciccoloradoasset.org
|2022-2023 College Year|
|Non Resident Instruction - On Campus|
International Student Tuition Rates
International student tuition is based on the Non-Resident Tuition Rate Schedule. An additional $130.00 per semester is added for international student transportation. Contact the Office of International Relations or Student Affairs for tuition rates and details, 719-384-6805.
Hybrid and Online Education 2021-2022