Colorado State University's Board of Directors has approved plans to expand the university online.
The school will begin offering classes on-line to target students who may not be able to attend classes for a variety of reasons. CSU will be teaming up with the Colorado Community College system to create CSU-Colorado. It will cost about 12 million dollars to implement the plan. CSU-Colorado hopes to begin offering classes next year.
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