Tuition and Financial Aid

Carefully planning how you will finance your education is essential when considering a graduate degree. Most Morgridge College of Education students use financial assistance to fund their education. The following information provides details of program costs and financial aid resources. 

Estimated Tuition Costs

The Master of Arts in School Counseling program requires students to complete 90 quarter credit hours. The per-credit tuition rate for the 2023–2024 year is $1,070. Tuition costs are subject to increase each academic year.

Total Credits2023-2024 Per Credit TuitionTotal Program Cost*

*Estimated tuition based on current tuition rate. Per-credit tuition rates are subject to change by academic year. To see the rate for the next academic year, please use the Graduate Program Tuition Calculator.

Financing Your Degree With Student Loans:

Many students consider a variety of options for funding their education, such as employer tuition assistance, private scholarships and student loans. Use the following links to explore student loan options. 

Loan Forgiveness:

Some graduates of the SchoolCounseling@Denver program may be eligible for federal loan forgiveness programs. To see if you qualify, review the Federal Student Aid website for more information on federal loan forgiveness programs.

Applying for Federal Student Aid: 

In order to apply for federal student aid, including student loans, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The University of Denver’s school code is 001371. You will need to complete the FAFSA each academic year to remain eligible for federal student aid. We encourage students to begin the FAFSA while they apply for admission. Students must take at least 4 credits a quarter in order to receive federal aid.

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