Facts At A Glance

2021-22 Profile


Total: 319
Average age: 26
Student/faculty ratio: 9:1
Average class size: 13
Class size range: 2–24

Female 69%; Male 28%; Another 2%; Unknown 1%

White, non-Hispanic 70%;
Latinx 12%;
Asian 6%;
Black/African American 2%;
Two or more races 6%;
Unknown 7%;
International 2%

In-state 40% · Out-of-state 58% · International 2%


Tuition & Indirect Costs

$34,600 Tuition & Fees
+$5,980 Student Housing at Snow Lion (shared room in an apartment)
+$2,332 Student Health Insurance (based on 2020-2021, may change for 2021-2022)
$42,912 Total
Most Naropa students do not pay this amount. Over 70% of our undergraduates received grants and/or scholarships to help with their education-related expenses in the 2019-2020 academic year


Average aid package: $31,584
Percentage of undergraduates receiving financial aid: 82%
Financial Aid applicants receiving grants (undergrads): 77%
Average Scholarship: $24,345


2020 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Institutional Summary

Naropa University Other Participating Institutions
During the past year, students at Naropa:
Reported that some to many courses include community-based service-learning projects 95% 58%
Reported that Naropa emphasizes attending events that address important social, economic or political issues 93% 80%
Attended an art exhibit, play or other arts performance 91% 55%
Reported that their Naropa experience helped understand people of other backgrounds (economic, racial/ethnic, political, religious, nationality, etc.) quite a bit or very much 89% 62%
Connected learning to societal problems or other issues often or very often 86% 58%
Have completed, or plan to complete, a culminating senior experience (capstone course, senior project or thesis, comprehensive exam, portfolio, etc.) 84% 64%
Reported including diverse perspectives (political, religious, racial/ethnic, gender, etc.) in course discussions or assignments often or very often 81% 54%