Over the past five decades, the Colorado School of Trades has developed a system, based upon hands-on project oriented training, geared to train individuals who wish to become artisan craftsmen. The school prides itself on a personal approach that allows the reasonably diligent student to acquire job skills that will allow him or her to enter the work force and begin a lifelong career in theri chosen field.
CST has structured the curriculum in such a manner to teach the average student the basics, while also allowing the exceptional student to challenge himself or herself and progress further an dlearn more complex skills than does the average student. Project based education allows for a student to progress faster than the average studetn should their talents, work ethic and drive allow them to do so.
Entry by the student into their chosen field is the ultimate goal.
||Private for-profit, 2-year|
|Title IV Eligibility
||Participates in Title IV federal financial aid programs|
College Student Services Offered
||Academic/career counseling service|
||Employment services for students||Yes
||Placement services for completers|
||On-campus day care for students' children||
College Special Learning Opportunities
||Distance learning opportunities|
||ROTC: Air Force||
Sources: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
Colorado School of Trades Website
Admissions Considerations & Recommendations
|Open admission policy
|Admission test scores
|TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language
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