Support Naropa Students
A gift to support Naropa students impacts a variety of programs and opportunities. No matter their immediate or future need, you are ensuring Naropa students have the support they need to be successful in their educational journey.
A vital resource designed to support our students during times of crisis and financial hardship, the Student Emergency Fund serves as a lifeline, providing a safety net that ensures no student is left to face adversity alone. Whether it’s a sudden illness, a family emergency, or any other urgent situation, the fund is ready to step in and offer assistance.
At Naropa University, we firmly believe in the power of education to break down barriers and create a more just, equitable, and inclusive society. That’s why we have established the Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship Fund—a transformative initiative designed to support and uplift students who champion these essential values. We recognize that systemic inequalities and barriers often hinder access to higher education for many talented students. By supporting this scholarship fund, we are dismantling those barriers and empowering deserving students from underrepresented communities to pursue their academic dreams.
The Naropa Student Scholarship Fund provides ongoing financial support to undergraduate and graduate students through a variety of scholarship programs and applications provided by generous donors and alumnx.
As part of Naropa’s commitment to help promote diversity, equity and access in the emerging field of psychedelic studies, and with generous support from donors like you, we are pleased to offer various types of financial assistance to program participants, including Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) Scholarships, as well as support for specific program aspects, such as select Non-Ordinary States Immersive Experiences.
The Psychedelic Studies BIPOC Scholarship Fund supports qualified professionals enrolled in Naropa University’s psychedelic studies programs. Preference is given to those qualified enrolled professionals who are members of historically underrepresented groups, as well as trainees who serve these communities.
Naropa University’s Federal Employer Identification Number (EIN) is 84-1029228.
All donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
Sharla J. Owens
Associate Vice President for Development