After admission is offered, the CU College of Nursing Student Affairs Office will send a link to the application. Students are generally required to submit a state ID card to claim residency.
No. Students must be admitted to a WRGP/WUE eligible nursing program to qualify for the discount.
Students must continue to follow the requirements for their plans of study and remain in good academic standing. Students may receive WUE tuition benefits throughout the duration of their nursing program.
Yes. Participation in WUE is not based on previously attained education.
No. Per the Western Undergraduate Exchange policy, WUE is granted to students who want to remain residents of their home state. CU College of Nursing students who receive the WUE benefit will not qualify for Colorado residency. If a student does want to become a Colorado resident beyond educational purposes, they must relinquish their WUE tuition status and pay non-resident tuition for 12 months. At the beginning of this 12-month period, the student must also create their ties to Colorado. At the end of this 12-month period, the student must then submit their petition for in-state residency. Residency is not guaranteed. For more information about Colorado Residency, please visit the Registrar's website.