Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid
Financial Aid and Paying the Bill
Naropa University recognizes that education at a private institution is an expensive undertaking. However, limited financial resources need not exclude one from what Naropa has to offer. In our commitment to providing aid that is need-sensitive, Naropa adheres to its mission of supporting diversity—in this case, economic diversity—among the student body. Scholarships are awarded to meritorious students who also demonstrate financial need. In addition to scholarships, Naropa awards grants, work-study, and loans to lighten the financial burden as students embark on their journey. International students are eligible for all forms of aid, except for federal grants and loans.
Learn more about costs and financial aid at Naropa University.
Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid 2012/2013
Tuition and Fees (12–18 credit hours): $13,755/semester
Per Credit Tuition Rate: $900
Estimated Book Cost: $1,200
On Campus Housing: $2,750 - $5,000/semester
Estimated Miscellaneous Costs $3,400
Estimated Transportation Costs: $1,300
Average Aid Package: $29,055
Undergraduate Students Receiving Aid: 72%
Pell-Eligible Students: 52%