At the Morgridge College of Education experience is valued for its outcomes, for our commitment to student learning and for our emphasis on excellence, innovation, leadership, diversity and community engagement. Our alumni will tell you that the significance of a DU degree can't be quantified, that you can't put a price tag on an education that transforms your life.
You're investing in yourself with a graduate degree, licensure program or certificate, and you want the highest return on that investment. You'll get it, with interest, at the University of Denver, currently ranked among the nation's top 100 doctoral universities by the U.S. News and World Report.
Types of Financial Aid
The Morgridge College of Education awards over $10 million in merit and need based aid annually in the form of grants, scholarships, fellowships, graduate teaching/research assistantships, work-study, work stipend and loans.
The financial assistance is disbursed from the following categories:
- Dean’s Scholarship $7,274,586
- Denver Teacher Residency $786,681*
- Graduate Assistantships (GTA) $923,076
- Graduate Research Assistantships (GRA) $713,664
- Named/Endowed Scholarships $245,587
- Early Childhood Librarianship Fellowship $354,926
The total aid for 2013-14 academic year: $10,298,520**
*Total annual awards are based on number of students admitted to program, amounts may vary.
**Total aid for 2013-14 academic year is pending University of Denver Board approval.
Awards are made by faculty, at the academic program level. You must be formally admitted to a degree granting program before a decision on financial aid can be made.
Tuition and Fees
The figures below reflect estimated direct costs for the 2013-14 academic year. When planning your budget you should consider not only the direct costs but also indirect costs such as living expenses, transportation costs, and personal expenses.
While your actual costs will depend on a number of factors--including the number of credit hours you take and lifestyle choices--these should assist you in planning your own budget.
Tuition - $31,860 (based on 30 credits/year).
Fees - $720