An Investment in Yourself and Your Future
An education from The Women's College of the University of Denver is an investment in your future. In obtaining your bachelor's degree, you will invest a significant amount of time pursuing your educational goals. A DU degree enhances your investment with a prestigious degree recognized for its academic excellence. A DU degree is recognized by employers, and it opens doors to graduate and professional opportunities.
Tuition and Fees
Paying for Your Education
With our enhanced financial aid and payment options, there has never been a better time to enroll at The Women's College. Students at The Women's College finance their education through a variety of means, and there are several options for making your DU degree affordable:
Financial Aid and Student Loans
Private Education Loans
The Guide to Federal Student Aid
Approximately 85 percent of all University of Denver students participate in federal or private loan programs, and many receive partial scholarships during the time they are enrolled. We invite you to explore our Website and attend our free financial seminars to better learn how to pay for your education.
- A FAFSA must be completed to determine eligibility. You can apply at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The school code for DU is 001371.
- A separate application may be required for some scholarships. Most scholarships require that you complete a FAFSA.
- Work with the Financial Aid office in completing your Financial Aid package after you enroll in classes.
- After you have submitted an Application and completed FAFSA
- Contact Bonnie Hahn, Enrollment Adviser 303.871.6115
- Office of Financial Aid 303.871.4020
- Bonnie Hahn, Enrollment Adviser 303.871.6115