Costs and Financial Aid
TUITION AND FEES
The official statement of tuition and fees can be found here: Budget Information.
Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 Graduate Tuition and Fees (per semester)
|Credit Hours||Resident Tuition ($)*||Non-Resident Tuition ($)||Mandatory Student Fees ($)**|
|1.0 – 3.5||3,237.50||7,052.50||80.00|
|4.5 – 8.5||925.00/credit||2,015.00/credit||1,157.00|
|9.0 – 15.0||8,325.00||18,135.00||1,157.00|
|>15.0||8,325 + 925/credit>15.0||18,135 + 2,015/credit>15.0||1,157.00|
Bold Denotes Full-time Tuition Status
*Resident tuition rates only apply to students who meet guidelines as established under Colorado Residency Statutes (23-7-101 Legislative Declaration)
**Special Program Fees
ETM (Engineering and Technology Management) MS – $1,500 one-time fee (due upon matriculation into the program)
ESE Executive MS – $200/credit (per term)
IFP Exchange – $1,000 (per term)
Mandatory Student Fees: Academic Construction Building, Associated Students, Athletic, Health Services, Intermodal Transportation, Recreation Center, Student Services, Technology
Summer 2019 Graduate Tuition and Fees
|Credit Hours||Resident Tuition ($)||Non-Resident Tuition ($)||Mandatory Student Fees ($)|
|1.0 – 4.0||3,237.50||7,052.50||406.00|
|4.5 – 8.5||925.00/credit||2,015.00/credit||406.00|
|9.0 – 15.0||8,325.00||18,135.00||406.00|
Bold denotes typical summer research registration.
Academic Year 2018-19 Online Tuition (per term)
For Students Enrolled in an Online Degree Program or as a Non-Degree Student only taking online courses.
If a student enrolled in a residential degree program takes an online course, then the resident or nonresident rate will be applied based on the student’s residency status.
|Credit Hours||Total Online Tuition ($)
15.0 credit hours and greater is Full-Time Tuition Status
Student Health Insurance 2018-19
|Annual||Fall||Spring (Continuing Students)
||Spring (New Students)||Summer I (New Students) 5/13/19-8/1/19
||Summer II (New Students) 6/24/19-8/1/19
Health insurance is mandatory for all students unless proof of comparable coverage is provided to the Student Health Center.
Please see Student Health Benefits for more information.
Estimated Living Expenses 2018-19
Estimated Living Expenses*
Living expenses may vary depending on whether or not you have a roommate, spouse, and/or children. These are approximate amounts that include rent, food, telephone, utilities (electricity and gas) and recreational activities.
*If a student is considering using federal financial aid or alternative financing for tuition and/or living expenses, please visit the Financial Aid graduate student page. The cost of attendance for financial aid purposes relates to student expenses only. Regulations prevent the financial aid office from certifying loans over the Financial Aid cost of attendance.