Providing Access to Education
A degree from Korbel is an investment in your future, and we're here to make sure you have the information and support needed to lessen the financial burden of higher education. We offer a range of financial aid options, including departmental scholarships, federal loans and work-study positions for graduate students.
Learn about merit-based scholarships, fellowships, endowed scholarships, military veteran scholarships, federal aid and external financial resources.
Loans are a common way to finance your graduate education. We're here to help you navigate the application process and borrow responsibly.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who should I contact about federal loans?
For questions about federal loans and general financial aid in general, please contact the University of Denver's central Office of Financial Aid:
Office of Financial Aid
210 University Hall
2197 S. University Blvd.
Denver, CO 80208
Office hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mountain Time
Am I eligible for federal funding?
To apply for federal funding, graduate students must be:
- A U.S. citizen/permanent resident
- Enrolled in a minimum of 4 credits per term (half time)
For additional information, please visit the University of Denver's Office of Financial Aid.
How do I apply for scholarships to the Josef Korbel School?
All applicants are automatically considered for Josef Korbel School scholarships when applications are reviewed for admission. You do not need to submit an additional application.