Tuition and Fees - Graduate Programs

The Cost of Attendance (COA) is based on estimated student expenses that include direct costs such as tuition and fees, as well as indirect costs such as housing, books/supplies and personal/ miscellaneous expenses. The COA assumes you will be enrolled full-time. These estimated budgets are used to award financial aid and are published annually.

Since COA differs based on program, carefully review the COA for your program of interest below.

*Many graduate programs provide full or partial support. Please check individual program websites for more information.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Information on financial aid, scholarships, important dates, and financial planning differs based on program and campus.

Western Regional Graduate Program

The Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) allows master’s, graduate certificate, and PhD students who are residents of the WICHE member states to enroll in one of our participating WRGP's and pay Colorado in-state tuition.

Fellowships and Grants

You may be eligible for fellowships and grants based on financial need, educational background, discipline, professional affiliation, and cultural identity.

Employee Tuition Waiver Benefit

Are you a current employee of the University of Colorado? Faculty and staff may be eligible for a tuition waiver benefit, providing discounted tuition for university courses.