Parents & Families

Parents and families play an important role in a student's university experience. Parents and families of our students, along with Colorado Heights University faculty, staff, and administrators, provide the support, encouragement, and understanding that allows us to challenge minds and change lives.
Attention Parents!

Students can now receive a tax credit for their books and course materials!. Under the newly created American Opportunity Tax Credit, textbooks and other course material expenses–along with tuition and fees incurred in 2019 and 2020 not covered by scholarships or grants–may be claimed as a tax credit on that year’s tax return. It is important to keep a record of all expenses to be eligible. View more information.

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