All non-resident, US citizens are eligible to become residents of Colorado after one year in the program. International students are classified as non-residents during their entire degree programs. The cost of the program varies considerably for residents and non-residents. For current information on tuition and fees, please visit the Costs site.
Students are eligible for federal loans, scholarships and grants. There are limited assistantships offered through the program that pay for a portion of the student’s tuition and a stipend. For more information regarding financial aid please refer to the Financial Aid Site.
Graduate Education at Northern Colorado is affordable andnumerous resourcesexist to help you fund your education. Our Office of Financial Aid has complete information about loans, aid and scholarships.
Following is information specifically for graduate level student:
- Approved tuition and fee rates for the current academic year
- Information about teaching or graduate assistantships
- Graduate administrative assistantship vacancies
- Graduate Scholarships
- Tuition Reduction through the Western Regional Graduate Exchange
- External Funding Sources
- Conference funds (from the Graduate Student Association)