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Important Academic Dates

March 1: Priority deadline for financial aid applications (FAFSA, International Student Application for Financial Aid)

April 1: Deadline to apply to most Naropa University scholarships

May 1: Confirmation deposit due

June 1: Early Access Registration begins

July 1: Accept or decline financial aid in MyNaropa

August 21: Tuition & fee payment due

August 23: Residence hall move-in; international student orientation

August 24-25: New Student Orientation (mandatory for all new undergraduate students)

August 28: First day of classes; financial aid refunds available

Full Academic Calendar

How to Pay

Naropa University offers a payment plan that breaks your tuition and fees into four monthly payments each semester. There is a $50 enrollment fee that must be paid each semester that you use the payment plan. To enroll, submit a Payment Plan Agreement along with your first payment.

General Payment Information 

Credit Card Payments

  • We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.
  • You can pay online through MyNaropa by finding “Billing and Payments” under the “Student” tab.  We can also take your CC info over the phone.
  • If you are calling in your info, please provide your credit card number, CVV code (for Visa, MasterCard and Discover it’s the last 3 digits on the back of your card; for American Express it’s the 4 digits on the front of your card), and expiration date. 

Check Payments

  • Make checks payable to Naropa University
  • Include student name and ID number in the memo field of the check
  • Send payments to:
    Naropa University
    ATTN: Coordinator of Student Accounts
    2130 Arapahoe Ave
    Boulder, CO 80302

Cash Payments

  • If paying by cash, please pay in person with the Coordinator of Student Accounts located on the first floor of Wulsin Hall, Arapahoe Campus.
  • NOTE: We are unable to provide change, so please bring the exact amount due.

Wire Transfer

  • Available upon request for international students. Please ask for additional information.

Questions may be directed to Student Financial Services, 303-546-3509.

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