East Central BOCES
The East Central Board of Cooperative Educational Services provides a wide range of programs and services to twenty schools districts on the eastern plains of Colorado. These services range from alternative licensure, professional development and federal programs to all manner of special education supports. Our member districts stretch from Bennett and Kiowa in the west to Idalia, Burlington and Cheyenne Wells in the east. Combined, our members educate 5600 students in most rural and small rural communities.
- College or University
- Limon, CO
Licensure/Alternative Licensure only
East Central BOCES Alternative Licensure Program
Application Fee & Annual Tuition
In State Tuition
Ways to Lower Your Costs
Students at East Central BOCES have reduced the cost of their program using these methods. Check with East Central BOCES to see if you can, too!
Working Inside East Central BOCES
Candidates working inside East Central BOCES pay $4,000.
Loan forgiveness varies and is up to candidates to secure. Some districts pay part of the cost. Some districts offer multi-year contracts to work off the cost.
Work Study, Working While Still Enrolled
Candidates in our program must be hired as a teacher in order to begin and remain enrolled in the program.
Business Education (7-12)
Elementary Education (K-6)
English Language Arts (7-12)
Family & Consumer Sciences (7-12)
Instructional Technology (K-12)
Physical Education (K-12)
Social Studies (7-12)
Special Education (7-12)
Technology Education (Industrial Arts) (7-12)
Visual Arts (K-12)
World Languages (K-12)
Program Semesters/Steps Overview
For the duration of the program, future teachers train in districts and are given coursework covering everything from lesson planning to classroom management, to student engagement skills to specific instruction in reading, writing and math.