The College of Idaho has been approved for approval by the State Board of Education, which will decide if the college can move forward on the first phase of a plan to build new colleges and universities.
The College of Colorado was approved by the Board of Regents in January for two-year construction of two colleges in Boulder, Colorado, and in the neighboring city of Boulder, which had a population of more than 8,000, according to the board’s website.
The two colleges would be called University of Colorado Boulder and University of Denver, and they will be among a cluster of high-profile projects planned in Colorado and elsewhere by the state.
The Boulder project was approved earlier this year by the Boulder City Council and is currently under construction at the University of Northern Colorado, a large public university that opened in 2013.
It is expected to be completed by 2019.
The Denver project is being financed by the University System of Colorado and is being built by a partnership between the state’s Department of Education and the Denver-based private company that built the Colorado Rockies stadium and has an agreement with the university to build other arenas.
The Denver project has been delayed because of financial problems at the stadium and the city is facing an $11 million budget shortfall.
The colleges will have campuses, offices and student housing, and the campuses will be equipped with computers, internet access and classrooms, according the university’s website, as well as laboratories and research facilities.
The college’s first phase, which is scheduled to be up and running in 2019, will include the construction of an 8,700-square-foot building and a new gymnasium.
That phase of construction will cost about $250 million.
The first phase is slated to cost about a half-billion dollars and will include a $200 million project to renovate the existing College of Denver and the renovation of the College of Boulder.
Construction on the college campus is expected starting in 2019.
The Boulder campus will open in 2024.
The school is already the highest-profile project to receive approval from the State Legislature to start construction on the Colorado College.
In September, Gov.
John Hickenlooper, a Democrat, approved $1.4 billion in bonds to pay for construction of the new colleges, but that approval was delayed in the final days of the legislative session after lawmakers failed to agree on a budget.
Hickenloopers approval of the bonds, which were secured through a bond issue by the College Investment Group, was expected to raise some eyebrows from lawmakers, who had hoped the money would help the school’s financial situation.
In an interview last week, Hickenlopors office said that while the Legislature was “proud of the approval of this $1 billion, the bonds are not the only way to help the College,” adding that it is still “working to make sure the colleges are in place and operating in a manner that provides the highest quality education to our students.”
The College Investment group did not immediately return a call for comment.
The state is still considering whether to award the bonds to the College, and if the funding could be used for other schools in the state, such as the University or the Colorado Technical College.
The second phase of the college’s construction is expected by 2020.
The $2.3 billion College of Northern Idaho will be built in Red River, Idaho, near Boise.
The university plans to be open by 2025.
The new colleges will be funded by the Colorado Association of Colleges and Schools, the State Revenue Department and other sources, according a statement from the College’s board of directors.
The schools will operate under the jurisdiction of the Idaho Department of Commerce, according an official with the department.
Hinkler said he was encouraged by the approval by Regents.
“The regents are really making this a priority for the state and we’re going to do whatever we can to ensure the college continues to grow,” he said.
“It will be a great investment for the community.
I think the regents have a great track record in doing things like this.”
The regent also gave the College its first approval to sell real estate in the region, according on its website.
Hank Hahn, chairman of the regent’s board, said he thought the new buildings will be attractive to students.
“We want to give our students the opportunity to live in this beautiful state, the capital of Idaho, and we want to do it in a way that helps them,” he told The Associated Press.
“They’re going in with great intentions.
I’m not sure what they’ve been given by the board, but I think they’ve got a very good handle on the details.”
Hahn said the regences goal was to create an educational opportunity that will help students graduate from high school, but also give students the chance to earn a degree.