Graduate Costs & Aid
Aligning Aspirations with Budgets
Financial Aid available to Graduate students, per year
Naropa offers scholarships and graduate assistantships. More than 75% of our graduate students receive some form of federal or institutional aid.
Naropa Fellowships: up to $29,000
Presidential Scholarship: up to $500 per semester
Honor Scholarship: up to $1,500 per semester
Other Scholarships: up to $25,000
Outside Scholarships: monies awarded by non-Naropa sources
Graduate Assistantships: a form of employment with the University, awards ranging from $4,238 – $8,476. Federal Work Study: Need based employment on campus or with approved community partners. To be considered, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Naropa Student Employment: Non-need based student employment on campus. To be considered, please email email@example.com
Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans: up to $20,500 PLUS Loan: Federal credit-based loan available to cover the gap between aid and cost of attendance Aid may available up to your cost of attendance (tuition & fees plus humble living expenses)
Graduate Costs & Aid Resources
COSTS PER PROGRAM
COSTS PER PROGRAM
Tuition is due Monday of the week before classes start. Failure to pay by the deadline or to adhere to a payment plan agreement could result in late fees, interest charges and even disenrollment. While the student risks disenrollment for non-payment, it is still the student’s responsibility to drop classes if the student has no intention of attending.
Once you register for courses, you can view your tuition bill by accessing the Student Finance section of Self-Service.
A student’s cost of attendance includes direct costs paid to the university (i.e. tuition & fees), as well as estimated indirect costs a student will incur, which are not included in their tuition bill (i.e. books & supplies). The cost of attendance is determined using guidelines established by the Colorado Commission of Higher Education and assumes that students are limiting expenses by sharing housing, utilizing public transportation, etc. Living expenses (room and board, books, transportation, personal and miscellaneous) are about $2,423/month. The following demonstrates expected expenses associated with attending school full-time for 9 months (living off campus).
|Room & Board||$14,886|
|Books & Materials||$1,256|
|Personal & Misc.||$4,672|
|Total Indirect Costs||$21,804|