If you're an undergraduate student enrolled in a DU degree program and taking summer classes, you'll receive a summer grant comparable to the amount of merit- and need-based funding you received each quarter during the 2013-14 academic year. (Note that a summer grant can only help pay for classes taken during summer quarter—not for summer or fall interterms.)
To apply for summer grant funding, you will need to complete a Summer Aid Application through webCentral. The Summer Aid Application will be available from April 1st through June 13th. Financial Aid will use the information you submit through the application to create a summer aid package based on your 2013-14 financial aid award and summer enrollment status. You'll receive an email with information about your summer aid eligibility within 2-3 weeks of submitting your application.
Cost of Attendance
Your cost of attendance is made up of both direct costs and indirect costs:
- Direct costs: Direct costs include fixed expenses such as tuition and student fees that are charged by DU and appear on your student bill.
- Indirect costs: Books, personal expenses and transportation fees make up some of the indirect costs that won't show up in your quarterly DU bill, but are nonetheless part of your overall cost of attendance.
For more information on tuition and fees for the 2013-2014 academic year, see the Office of the Registrar's website.