Tuition and Fees and Financial Aid
The Bursar’s Office provides the following services: tuition-billing, payment-counseling services, federal Perkins post-disbursement servicing, emergency and institutional short-term loans, tuition-receivable collection, past-due tuition payment arrangements and cashiering services. The Bursar’s Office is located on the second level of University Hall, room 223. Cashiering services provided include processing tuition and loan payments and cashing personal checks of up to $50 for faculty, staff and students. The Cashier’s Office, located within the Bursar's Office, is open from 8:15 a.m.–4:15 p.m. (MST), Monday–Friday. The Bursar’s Office can be contacted by phone at 303-871-4944, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and by mail at Bursar’s Office, 2197 S. University Blvd., Denver, CO 80208-9404.
In Financial Aid, we help students and their families finance a DU education. From applying for aid to managing unmet cost, we'll provide you with guidance, resources and advice at every step along the way. Approximately 83 percent of undergraduate students receive financial assistance from the University. This assistance may be in the form of merit scholarships, talent scholarships, need-based grants, long-term loans and/or part-time employment. Financial assistance is provided by the University, the State of Colorado, the federal government and University supporters. All applicants for need-based financial assistance, including scholarships, must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year along with the CSS PROFILE. For an incoming first-year or transfer student to be assured priority consideration for available funds, the FAFSA and the CSS PROFILE should be filed no later than February 15. For a current student to be assured priority consideration for available funds, the FAFSA and the CSS PROFILE should be filed no later than March 15. Applicants filing after this date are considered for assistance from funds available after all priority applicants have been considered. Students may be selected for verification of the data reported on the FAFSA and/or CSS PROFILE. Financial Aid will contact applicants for additional documents required for verification.