2018-19 Graduate/Law Enrollment Adjustment

When you apply for financial aid, you are assigned a cost of attendance (or "budget") based on the typical enrollment of students in your program of study. If you are not sure what enrollment your current budget is based on, please review our list of graduate tuition budgets (see below). If you are taking more credits than what is listed as typical for your program, submitting this form will increase the tuition and technology fee components of your cost of attendance. This will allow you to borrow additional loan funding (if desired) to help cover your higher tuition costs. 

  • Standard Graduate Tuition Budgets

    Below are the credits per term included by program in assigned budgets.

    • Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences:
      • All programs: 8 credits
    • Daniels College of Business:
      • MBA@ Denver (online) program: 10 credits
      • All other programs: 12 credits
    • Morgridge College of Education:
      • All programs: 8 credits
    • Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science:
      • ​​​​​​​All programs: 8 credits
    • Josef Korbel School of International Studies:
      • ​​​​​​​All programs: 12-18 credits
    • Sturm College of Law:
      • ​​​​​​​Full-time program: 12-15 credits
      • Part-time program: 8-11 credits
      • Part-time legal administration: 4-7 credits
      • All other programs: 12-15 credits
    • Natural Sciences and Mathematics:
      • ​​​​​​​All programs: 8 credits
    • Graduate School of Professional Psychology:
      • ​​​​​​​All programs: 12-18 credits
    • Graduate School of Social Work:
      • ​​​​​​​MSW and PHD programs (at DU): 12-18 credits
      • Four Corners program: 10-15 credits
      • Online MSW program: 11 credits
    • Graduate Tax:
      • ​​​​​​​Full-time students: 12-18 credits
      • Part-time students: 4 credits
    • University College:
      • ​​​​​​​All programs: 4 credits


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