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College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Lamont School of Music

Lamont School of Music

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Undergraduate

COST OF ATTENDANCE

The total cost of a DU education (COA) includes direct costs that will appear on your University bill, such as tuition, fees, and charges for room and board, as well as estimates for indirect costs such as books, transportation and personal expenses. (Sometimes you'll hear our staff refer to your cost of attendance as your "student budget.")

Tuition rates for the following academic year are typically announced in November.

For more information, please visit the DU Financial Aid website.

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

Students applying to the Lamont School of Music will automatically be considered for a comprehensive scholarship award based on musical talent and academic merit. Financial need is also considered if the student applies for need-based financial aid. Awards range from $1,000 to full tuition.

Students will receive notification regarding this award within two weeks of their admission decision.

Scholarship from the Lamont School of Music cannot be stacked with merit scholarships, room grants, or DU Educational Grant funds from the University of Denver.

Financial Aid

Please submit financial aid applications (CSS Profile and FAFSA) by February 1 for priority consideration. For additional information concerning these applications and about federal aid, more generally, please visit the DU Financial Aid website or call 303-871-4020.