Cost (and Savings) of Attendance
The CU Denver Financial Aid & Scholarships Office offers more than $21 million in financial assistance to qualified
students on the Denver campus each year. We realize tuition and fees
are a critical factor in your decision process. There are many discounts or aid that you may be eligible for upon completion of the proper form or application.
We’ve detailed three of the most common tuition and fee scenarios. More details can be found on the graduate tuition and fees page and the financial aid page.
To qualify for the online only discounted tuition rate, you must submit the Out of State Online Classes Only Tuition Rate Application form (no later than the Monday before the first week of classes).
If you have questions about this discounted tuition rate, please contact Maritza Casillas at 303‐315‐2561 or email@example.com.
Opportunity Fund (COF) is Colorado's support for higher education
utilizing tax dollars. So with it, your tuition is less, but you must
complete the COF application during your CU Denver application process
in order to receive it. Since there is no distinction between online
and on-campus courses (some institutions are online only) our in-state
undergrads can qualify for this stipend regardless if their courses are
on-campus or online.
More details about COF are available through the Office of the Registrar website.