Tuition & Fees
The only official source for information on tuition and fees at the University of Colorado Denver is the Bursar's Office. However, to give potential applicants a general idea of the costs of the program, the table below uses recent figures to provide estimated costs for each year of the program, assuming a student follows the program's sample curriculum.
The Clinical Health Psychology PhD Program guarantees funding support for students in their first year. That support takes the form of payment of tuition and fees and employment for which students typically earn $15,000 per academic year. To this point, the program has been able to fully fund all students at this level throughout their time in the program.
Credits per Semester & Tuition Cost (est.)*
|| $ 8,522|
|| $ 8,533|
|| $ 8,337 |
|| $ 7,565 |
|| $ 3,195 |
*Tuition and fees at the University of Colorado Denver are established by the Board of Regents and are subject to change at any time.
**Non-resident tuition and fees for Year 1 would be approximately $26,800. Students are required to have resident status beginning in Year 2. Mandatory fees average $450 per semester.
***Special In-State Tuition Eligibility. Students from certain western states are eligible for in-state tuition beginning their first year of study. Information about the consortium that makes this possible, and the member states and universities that comprise the consortium, can be found at Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education/Western Regional Graduate Program.
In addition to department-paid tuition and fees, students in the Clinical Health Psychology PhD Program are typically appointed to one or more Teaching, Research, Graduate Assistantship positions or Lecturer positions in the fall and spring semesters of the first four years they are in the program. Salaries for these types of appointments typically total $15,000 across the two semesters, although higher rates are sometimes possible for research or graduate assistant positions. This funding is not guaranteed in the future, although the program will make every effort to maintain it and has been historically able to do so. Many students also find funding opportunities in the summer, or may have opportunities for academic year funding outside the program with variable salaries.
Information about student loans and other, non-departmental sources of funding can be found at CU Denver's Office of Financial Aid.