Graduate Financial Aid
We understand that your education is a significant investment and that financing your graduate program can be intimidating, but we’re here to help! Our dedicated staff will provide you with the resources you need to understand your aid options, manage unmet cost and borrow responsibly. Whether you plan to pursue a graduate degree as a full-time student or part-time on evenings and weekends, we’ll assist you every step of the way.
Cost of Attendance
Learn about the fees and costs associated with a DU education, including estimates for books, transportation and living expenses.
Types of Aid Available
Explore the different types of aid available to help you finance your education.
Find information on the financial aid application process and priority deadlines.
Information for Undocumented Students
While financial aid for undocumented students is limited, there are scholarships available from DU, the State of Colorado and private organizations.
Manage Your Aid
Once you've applied for financial aid, we'll help you stay informed on your status and understand your aid offer.
To maintain eligibility keep your financial aid from year to year, you'll need to meet certain requirements.
Find the forms and resources you need to make adjustments to your aid.
$50m in grants and scholarships to graduate students annually
$13m in funding annually through graduate research and teaching assistantships
63% of law students receive merit scholarships
DU is committed to providing veteran students with the resources they need throughout the college experience. We'll help you understand your funding options and how VA benefits work with other programs. We can also assist you in securing additional sources of aid, including federal financial aid, scholarships and awards from our academic departments.GI Bill
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