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Questions about your financial aid? Reach out to Lynx Central! Call us at 303-315-5969 or visit us in-person on the first floor of the Student Commons Building.
CU Denver is currently experiencing network complications that are impacting phone service. For fastest service, please visit Lynx Central on the first floor of the Student Commons Building Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or you can email us.
Virtual and In-Person Student Services with Lynx Central
As of August 17, 2020, some staff and classes have returned to campus to provide in-person experiences while many others continue to operate remotely to ensure the safety of our community. Whether you seek help virtually or in-person, Lynx Central is
here for you. With a knowledgeable and dedicated staff of Financial Aid and Scholarship professionals waiting to assist you, please contact us by phone (303-315-5969 ), email (FinancialAid@ucdenver.edu),
or in-person by visiting Lynx Central on the first floor of the CU Denver Student Commons Building.
CARES Act Student Emergency Fund Application
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provided funds to the university to directly support students whose lives and education 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 | Anschutz.
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.
How to Apply
The CARES Act funding application is now closed as funds are exhausted.
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Types of Aid
Before you apply, we'll help you learn about all of the options you have available.