Tuition Costs, University Services, Housing
Financial Information and Tuition Costs
- Tuition and fees: $33,513
– Books and Insurance: 4,420 (approximately)
– Living expenses: 11,979 (approximately)
– Total: $49,912
Prior to registration at the University of Denver, all foreign students must supply proof of financial support. Further information will be sent upon your acceptance into the respective program.
The University of Denver offers a variety of services to assist you during your stay in Denver. We are eager to assist you in any special need. For additional information, please contact the Dean for Student Services at 303/871-6184 or visit their website.
Housing is available both on or off campus. On-campus housing space is available in several residence halls. It is advisable to make arrangements as early as possible. Assistance is available through the Housing Office at 303/871-2246. On-campus housing applications are available exclusively on-line. Since on-campus housing is limited, it is advisable to apply and send in your $200.00 deposit as early as possible. You can fill out an application by visiting http://www.du.edu/housing/. You can also visit http://www.du.edu/och/ for further information on apartments off-campus and moving to Denver.
On-campus dining is available at our college cafeteria or at the Driscoll Center. You may choose a semester meal plan, cash discount coupon book, cash sale, or your university debit card. Kitchen facilities are available in some on-campus residence halls, and fine dining throughout the Denver Metropolitan Area is abundant.
Health & Accident Insurance
Health insurance is available for law students at the University of Denver. A mandatory health insurance policy covers all students upon payment of a premium. This may be waived if a student already has adequate coverage. After your acceptance into the masters program, you will receive further information and assistance regarding coverage.
Visit the University of Denver Health and Counseling Cente website for cost premiums and related information.
Counseling is available at both the law school and main campus and is not limited to academic and career concerns. Counseling services include individual, couple, family, and group counseling for students who may experience difficulties adjusting to life in the U.S. For further information, contact our Counseling Center: 303/871-3511 or 303/871-6888.
Disabled Persons’ Resources
If you are a student with disabilities, please contact the Associate Dean for Student Services (303/871-6184) to make appropriate arrangements regarding class schedules, examination accommodations, and other auxiliary aids and services.