FAFSA School Code 004508
News & Updates
The 2020-2021 FAFSA is available now! This FAFSA will be used to award financial aid for the
2020 Fall, 2021 Spring, and 2021 Summer semesters. Submit it NOW at FAFSA.gov. Use the IRS Data Retrieval tool in the FAFSA to retrieve 2018 tax information.
If you need financial aid for the 2020 Spring, and 2020 Summer semesters, submit the 2019-2020 FAFSA at FAFSA.gov.
Here's a list of simple steps to transfer tax information into your FAFSA form.
CARES Act Student Emergency Fund Application
Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provided funds to the
University to directly support students whose lives and educations have
been disrupted by the coronavirus outbreak. These funds are designed
to prioritize students with the greatest need and ensure that funds are
distributed as widely as possible. We recognize the COVID-19 pandemic has
caused considerable disruptions and presents unparalleled challenges for many
students and their families, and we are committed to delivering these funds as
quickly as possible.
- You must be an
enrolled, degree-seeking (graduate or undergraduate) student at CU Denver
- You are not eligible
if you were enrolled in an online only program for spring 2020.
- You must be
eligible for Title IV aid. This means that you must have completed
a 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and
meet all of the eligibility requirements. It is
not too late to submit a FAFSA.
The CARES Act funding application is now closed as funds are exhausted.
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