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Facts At A Glance

2022–2023 Profile

Total: 337
Average age: 28
Student/faculty ratio: 8:1
Average class size: 13
Class size range: 2–43

Female 64%; Male 28%; Another 7%; Unknown 1%

American Indian or Alaska Native 1%
Asian 3%;
Black/African American 1%
Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0%
Internaitonal 3%
Latinx 11%
Two or more races 7%;
Unknown 7%
White, non-Hispanic 67%

In-state 47% · Out-of-state 50% · International 3%

Tuition & Indirect Costs

$34,600 Tuition & Fees
+$5,980 Student Housing at Snow Lion (shared room in an apartment)
+$2,883 Student Health Insurance
$43,463 Total
Most Naropa students do not pay this amount. Over 86% of our undergraduates were offered grants and/or scholarships to help with their education-related expenses in the 2021–2022 academic year

Average aid package: $34,100
Percentage of undergraduates receiving financial aid: 86%
Financial Aid applicants receiving grants or scholarships: 95%
Average total amount of scholarship/grants: $22,103

Retention and Graduation Rates

Undergraduate and Graduate Retention and Graduation Rates
Number of Degrees Granted by Program

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%

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