At Naropa University, we work to keep things authentic. Here's the yearly cost for a Naropa education with no scholarships or financial aid applied:
2019-2020 Academic Year
$33,070 Tuition & Fees
+$5,980 Student Housing at Snow Lion (shared room in an apartment)
+$2,256 Student Health Insurance (based on 18-19 rates, subject to change)
Most Naropa students do not pay this amount. Over 70% of our undergraduates received grants and/or scholarships to help with their education-related expenses in the 2018-2019 academic year.
Naropa Grant: aid based on need up to $23,000
Academic Achievement and Academic Excellence Scholarships: up to $14,500
Internal Scholarships: more information can be found here
Outside Scholarships: monies awarded by non-Naropa sources
Federal Pell Grant: Federal aid based on financial need, up to $6,195
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG): Federal aid based on financial need, up to $1,000
Colorado State Grant: State aid available to Colorado residents.
Federal Direct Loans: $5,500 to $12,500 depending on FAFSA dependency status and credits earned
Parent PLUS Loan: Federal credit-based loan available to parents to cover the gap between aid and cost of attendance, for dependent students
Work-Study: on-campus and off-campus employment opportunity based on need
Naropa Student Employment: on-campus employment opportunity for international students, or student who do not demonstrate need.
At Naropa, we strive to make a Naropa education accessible to as many students as we can.
To get a better idea of what you might pay at Naropa, run your numbers through Naropa's Net Price Calculator.
*Average scholarships and grants reflect the average of those students receiving this type of aid.Start Net Price Calculator
Review the steps to apply for financial aid.
View tuition information for bachelors students as well as sample tuition bills.
View the different tuition payment options.
Learn about the different scholarships available to Naropa students.
See open work-study positions and learn more about community work-study positions.
Learn more about the different federal financial aid loan options available to undergraduate students and their parents.