Financial Aid Cost Estimator
Wondering what an education at the University of Northern Colorado will cost? By answering a few easy questions, the Financial Aid Net Cost Calculator will give you an estimate of costs and let you know if you possibly qualify for grants and loans. Please keep in mind that the estimate is based upon the information that you have provided. Please, do not rule out attending college before talking to a UNC admissions counselor or financial aid advisor.
We also have our Bottom-Line Worksheet available for download to help you understand the true cost of higher education expenses, including differential tuition for various programs. This worksheet can help you develop a more thorough understanding of your estimated expenses and costs for the academic year.
- Carefully read and agree to the legal disclaimer below.
- Fill out a simple form about your background and plans while attending UNC.
- Fill out a simple form about your family’s finances.
Based on the information you enter, the Financial Aid Net Cost Calculator will return an estimate of your typical expenses to attend UNC and provide an estimate of financial aid that you may be eligible to receive from UNC. The estimates will help you determine your “net cost” – your likely out-of-pocket-expenses to attend UNC. Please contact the University of Northern Colorado Financial Aid Office for more details.
By clicking on the Financial Aid Net Price Calculator, you acknowledge that the estimate provided using this calculator does not represent a final determination, actual award of financial assistance or a final net price. It is an estimate based on cost of attendance and financial aid provided to the students in a previous year. The price of attendance and financial aid availability changes from year to year. The estimates do not bind the University of Northern Colorado, The US Secretary of Education, or the state of Colorado. You also realize that not all students receive financial aid.
Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to be eligible for, and to receive an actual financial aid award that includes Federal grants, loans or work-study assistance. For more information on applying for Federal student aid, go to www.fafsa.ed.gov