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Lamont School of Music

Lamont School of Music

Scholarships and Financial Aid


Scholarship Information

Students applying to the Lamont School of Music will be holistically considered for a comprehensive scholarship award (ranging from $1,000 to full tuition) that will take talent, academic merit and financial need into consideration. Students will receive notification regarding this award within two weeks of their admission decision.


The Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA) is an estimate used to help determine need-based financial aid. Students may only receive financial aid up to the total cost of attendance (budget) for any given aid year. The budget (COA) is determined by actual tuition, fee costs and estimated costs of living, and it will only be calculated for the terms a student is actually enrolled. For a breakdown of the 2016-2017 sample budget for a student taking a full load of classes during Fall, Winter, and Spring terms and living on campus, please visit the DU Financial Aid website. Direct costs are those charged to your student account, whereas indirect costs are estimates of your expenses during enrollment.

Financial Aid

All students applying for financial aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This application must be submitted as soon as possible after January 1st and before March 1st of each year of attendance to ensure priority consideration for financial aid awards. You can fill out the FAFSA online. For additional information concerning federal aid, please visit the DU Financial Aid website or call 303-871-4020.