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GSSWGraduate School of Social Work

Cost of Attendance

A professional social work education requires financial investment. Fortunately, more than 95 percent of our students receive scholarships, grants or stipends.

Many students pay for their education with a combination of scholarships, grants, work-study and student loans, as well as part-time work outside the school.

If you have questions about expenses or financial aid, please contact the GSSW Office of Admission.

Graduate school expenses

Below is a breakdown of expenses for full-time graduate students at the University of Denver for the 2014-2015 academic year (fall, winter and spring quarters). Part-time students pay $1,142 per credit hour.

Advanced standing students and others who take classes in the summer will be responsible for tuition and expenses for summer quarter. They must file both a 2014 and a 2015 FAFSA to be considered for need-based aid, including loans. A separate budget for summer quarter will be established.

The estimated academic year expense budget below is for a single student with no dependents. All listed rates are subject to change.

Cost for Academic Year (3 Quarters)

DIRECT COSTS  
Tuition
$41,112
Fees $777
Health insurance $2,420
INDIRECT COSTS  
Books $1,800
Room & Board $11,646
Transportation $1,137
Personal Expenses $1,332
Loan Fees $191