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Are there college courses for inmates?

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Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado, and Rio Salado College in Tempe, Arizona, offer distance learning college courses for inmates. Incarcerated students must pay tuition to take the courses.

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Incarcerated students can take undergraduate courses or earn a master's in business administration through correspondence courses offered by Adams State University. In 2015, Colorado resident and non-resident students pay the same tuition.

Rio Salado College offers print-based and mixed media correspondence courses to incarcerated students. Students who are incarcerated with the Arizona Department of Corrections must pay their tuition with a check from their inmate accounts. Students are also responsible for purchasing books and paying the college's registration fee.

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