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Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft

During Financial Aid’s “Financial Literacy Week” in February, we had the pleasure of hosting Hazel Heckers from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Students and staff learned extremely helpful information about identity theft. Identity Theft Defined Identity theft is growing and it’s estimated that up to 50% of Americans will be a victim at some […]

5 Tips for a Safe (and Fun) Spring Break

Some will travel, some will sleep in. Some will catch up on studying, some will try to party hard. When we think about spring break we might think of Mexico, a road trip, a one-night stand, or excessive alcohol. Spring break can be a great memory, and it doesn’t have to be crazy to have […]

Amendment 64: So…Can I Get High Now?

On November 6, Colorado became one of the first states to legalize the use of recreational marijuana. The passing of Amendment 64 looks to be just the beginning of what may be a long political process. So, how does Amendment 64 affect you? What Amendment 64 Does Do: People over the age of 21 will […]

14 Tips for a Fun and Safe Spring Break

Whether you are heading to Costa Rica for spring break or just staying close to home, it’s important to review some steps you can take to prevent your safety from being compromised.  Before you leave town for Spring Break. Leave an itinerary with someone. This should include travel routes or flight numbers, dates of arrival […]

5 Steps to Prepare Your Vehicle for Winter

The days are getting shorter and cooler, geese are flying, and leaves are crunching underfoot. It’s my favorite time of the year. Fall is wonderful, but that means winter is just around the corner. Now is the time to get your car ready for winter. Don’t panic, it’s not too hard. Cars today are wonderful […]

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