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Anschutz Medical Campus

University of Colorado Denver
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Tuition & Fees

Your tuition and fee structure will vary not only by which school you attend, but also which program you're in. Get more info below.


School of Dental Medicine

Programs include:

  • Dental DDS
  • Orthodontics
  • Periodontics
School of Dental Medicine
Tuition and Fees
College of Nursing

Programs include:

  • Bachelor's of Science, Nursing
  • RN - BSN
  • MS & DNP Nursing
  • PhD Nursing
  • Post-Masters Certificate
College of Nursing
Tuition and Fees
School of Medicine

Programs include:

  • Medical MD
  • Physical Therapy DPT
  • Anesthesiology MS
  • Pediatric Physician Assistant
School of Medicine
Tuition and Fees
Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences

Programs include:

  • PharmD
  • Nontraditional PharmD
School of Pharmacy
Tuition and Fees
The Graduate School

Programs include:

  • Genetic Counseling
  • Modern Human Anatomy
  • Pharmacy Science
Graduate School
Tuition and Fees
Colorado School of Public Health

Programs include:

  • Master of Public Health
  • Doctor of Public Health
  • MS Biostatistics, Epidemiology or Health Services Research
  • PhD Biostatistics, Epidemiology or Health Services Research
Colorado School of Public Health
Tuition and Fees
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 Tuition and Fee Information- please read

Tuition and fees have been established by the Board of Regents, the governing body of the University of Colorado, and are subject to change at any time.

For tuition rates above 18 credit hours, please contact the Student Service Center at 303-315-1800.

Tuition for Non-Degree Undergraduate Students

Tuition is charged at the resident rate for non-degree undergraduate students who are Colorado residents. Tuition is charged at the standard non-resident undergraduate rate for non-degree undergraduate students who have not established in-state residency.

Tuition for Courses Taken for No Credit

Tuition for courses taken for no credit (NC) is the same as for courses taken for credit.

Fractional Credit

Fractional credit is regarded as 1 hour in assessing tuition and fee charges.

Please Note: The tuition rates below do not apply to or include Extended Studies credit hours. Tuition for each Extended Studies course is charged in addition to tuition for any "Main Campus" credit hours and is established by the individual University Department/College offering the course. For questions about the tuition rate for a particular Extended Studies course, please contact the offering Department/College.

Mandatory Student Fees

Students are subject to FULL student fees when enrolled for both online and on-campus courses (courses with an in-person component).

Students enrolled in online courses only, are responsible for paying the Information Technology and Student Information System (SIS) fees (as well as the matriculation and international student fees, if applicable).

Students enrolled in Continuing Education courses that are off campus are only assessed the Information Technology and Student Information System (SIS) fees. However, students who are enrolled in courses taught on campus or concurrently enrolled in both Continuing Education and Denver main campus courses located on campus are subject to full student fees.​​

Out of State Online Only (OOSOO)

Out of state Denver campus students (students who do not reside in state) that are taking online courses only, may be eligible for a tuition rate that is 120% of the resident rate for that course. This rate applies to main campus courses only.

In addition to tuition, OOSOO students are responsible for the Information Technology and Student Information System (SIS) fee.

Students who believe they qualify for this rate must apply at the Registrar's office by completing this application and affidavit.​​​

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Important Billing Dates

Know the billing deadlines to avoid any late fees or collections. Check out the Billing Calendar!

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