We'll help you every step of the way.
In the Office of Financial Aid, we help students and their families finance a DU education. From applying for aid to managing unmet cost, we'll provide you with guidance, resources and advice at every step along the way. Use the links above to learn about our aid programs, the cost of a DU education, application instructions, deadlines and more--all for your specific program.
News and Announcements
IRS Data Retrieval Tool Unavailable
The U.S. Department of Education has recently announced that the IRS Data Retrieval Tool—the online tool that transfers your tax data directly into your FAFSA—is currently unavailable, and will continue to be down for several weeks. This means that when completing your 2017-18 FAFSA, you'll need to manually enter your financial information. To make the process easier, we recommend that you gather all of the documents you might need before starting the application.
Federal Tax Benefits for Higher Education
Do you know if you're eligible for higher education tax incentives? Learn more about tax credits and deductions available for the 2016 tax year from the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.
It's time to apply for financial aid!
Learn more about the process and what you need to submit:
Resources for Prospective DU Undergraduates:
Are you considering the University of Denver? Use these resources to help you fully understand the process of financing your DU education: