Facts at a Glance

2017–18 Profile

Undergraduate Students

Total: 397
Average age: 24
Student/faculty ratio: 9:1
Average class size: 14
Class size range: 3–50

Female 65%; Male 35%
White, non-Hispanic 63%; Hispanic/Latino 11%; Asian 1%; Black/African American 1%; Two or more races 10%; Unknown 12%; International 3%
In-state 37%; Out-of-state 60%; International 3%

Undergraduate Graduation Rates
View Naropa University Undergraduate Graduation Rates.

Graduate Students

Total graduate enrollment: 569
32% in-state, 63% out-of-state, 5% international

Undergraduate Tuition and Financial Aid

  2016-17 2017–18
Tuition and fees $31,790 $31,790
Books $1,256 $1,256
Room and board $11,488


$12,849

Miscellaneous $3,789 $3,789
Transportation $1,666 $1,125
     
Total costs $49,989 $50,809


Average aid package: $36,786
Percentage of undergraduates receiving financial aid: 78%
Financial Aid applicants receiving grants (undergrads): 72%
Average Scholarship: $24,198   

Graduate Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition: $975 per credit
Graduates receiving financial aid: 85%
Financial Aid applicants receiving grants or scholarships: 64%
Financial Aid applicants receiving loans: 87%

2017 National Survey of Student Engagment (NSSE) Institutional Summary

  Naropa University Other Mission Engaged Institutions
 
During the past year, students at Naropa:
Attended an art exhibit, play or other arts performance 92% 71%
Conncected learning to societal problems or other issues often or very often  94% 69%
Learned something that changed the way they understand an issue or concept often or very often  94% 75%
Reported that some to many courses include community-based service learning projects 94% 72%
Rated the quality of interactions with faculty as excellent or extremely good 76% 61%
Reported that Naropa emphasizes encouraging contact among students from different backgrounds (social, racial/ethnic, religious, etc.) quite a bit or very much 75% 53%
 Report that their Naropa experience helped understand people of other backgrounds (economic, racial/ethnic, political, religious, nationality, etc.) quite a bit or very much  91% 69%
     
 
Students Agreed or Strongly Agreed with the following statements:
 Ethical and spiritual development of students is an important part of the mission at this institution. 97% 74%
 Social and personal development of students is an important part of the mission at this institution.  93% 82%
 The heritage of the founder/founding religious community of this institution is evident here.  97% 55%
 The faculty and staff here are respectful of people of different religions.  97% 82%
 Students here feel free to express their individual spirituality. 83% 71%
 The students here are respectful of people of different races and cultures.  90% 77%
 People of different sexual orientations are accepted socially here.  93% 71%
 As a result of my experience here, I am more aware of my own personal values.  100% 84%