Your total cost to attend CU Denver includes more than your tuition & fees - you will also need to consider your housing, food, travel, health insurance, textbooks, etc. Before you can apply for your US student visa, you must prove to CU Denver that you have the necessary funding to support your first year of study.
The cost estimates below are for Academic Year 2019-2020. Please note that actual costs will likely increase for the 2020 - 2021 academic year. Please note that your individual cost of attendance will vary. Estimated costs are subject to change. Taking more credit hours may increase the cost of the program. Students should add $4,500 per year for each dependent family member (spouse and/or unmarried children under the age of 21) who will accompany them to the United States.
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Note: Estimated Costs are for a 9-month period and based on 12 credit hours per semester for undergraduates.
|School/College/Program||Tuition & Fees||Living Expenses||Books & Insurance||Total/Year|
|College of Architecture and Planning||$29,281||$14,940||$4,995||$48,820|
|College of Arts & Media||$29,339||$14,940||$3,995||$48,274|
|College of Engineering, Design and Computing||$30,885||$14,940||$3,995||$49,820|
|College of Liberal Arts and Sciences||$28,888||$14,940||$3,995||$47,823|
|School of Education & Human Development||$28,729||$14,940||$3,995||$47,664|
|School of Public Affairs||$28,900||$14,940||$3,995||$47,835|