Several of Colorado's state-run colleges and universities have published books on the history of their institution. So if you're researching the history of a certain school or are just interested in the story of your alma mater, check out these publications:
Colorado State University
Democracy's College in the Centennial State: A History of Colorado State University.
University of Colorado at Denver
University of Colorado at Denver, 25 Years: From Arapaho Camp to Denver's Urban University
University of Colorado Medical School
Sixty Years on the Cutting Edge: University of Colorado Department of Surgery, 1950-2010.
The University of Colorado School of Medicine: A Millennial History
The University of Colorado School of Medicine: A Centennial History
Fort Lewis College
Rich Heritage, Shining Future: Fort Lewis College 1911-2011
The Colorado Community College and Occupational Education System: A Silver Anniversary History
Pikes Peak Community College Memories: 20 Years of Excellence and Opportunity
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