How to Apply to Naropa
Welcome, international students! At Naropa, you’re home.
¡Bienvenidos! Willkommen! Karibu! Soo dhawoow! Welcome!
No matter where you’re from or how far you’re traveled, you can feel at home at Naropa. Our university is built on a foundation of inclusion, diversity, and welcoming other cultures with open arms. The more diverse our student body, the stronger we are. We value your future contributions to our dynamic community.
Keep reading to learn more about applying to college and becoming an international student at Naropa University.
If you want to learn more about becoming an international student, check out the Study & Exchange section of the US Department of State website, which will provide additional information on visa application requirements and procedures.
Please note: Naropa University does not offer full scholarships to undergraduate international students.
Applying to College at Naropa as an International Student
Applying to a college far from home can be daunting. We’re here to make it easy.
Whether you’re applying as an undergraduate or graduate student, click the button below to learn everything you need to know about applying to college at Naropa, from important transcripts to visa information.
Have questions? Naropa admissions counselors are just a phone call or email away.
How to Apply
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For Undergraduate Students
Create an application account, submit the application and fee, then provide all application requirements. An Admissions Counselor will make every attempt to review your application and issue a decision within a week of receiving all required documents. The documents you are required to submit depend on your prior academic performance. If you have any questions about which documents we require of you, you can simply begin by completing the admissions application.
For Graduate Students
Create an application account, submit the application and fee, then provide all application requirements. Most graduate programs also require either an individual or group interview.
Admissions requirements and deadlines vary depending on the graduate program and can be found on each program’s How to Apply webpage. For questions and assistance with the admissions process, please connect with the Admissions Counselor for your preferred program of choice.
Numerous Naropa programs require students to complete a practicum, internship or student teaching experience in order to meet degree requirements. Please be aware that many of these sites require students to have up-to-date immunizations, complete and pass a background check and complete and pass a drug screen prior to student placement. Medical and recreational marijuana is not exempt from drug testing.
It is the responsibility of all program students to secure placement at a site and meet site requirements for entry. Any student unable to meet site requirements and secure placement will not be able to complete degree requirements successfully.
By applying for a Naropa program with such degree requirements, you are acknowledging that you must successfully complete and pass background checks and drug screens and have current immunization records. Any student who may not be able to meet these requirements are entering the program assuming the risk that they may not be able to successfully complete degree requirements.