Students enrolled in university credit courses through Continuing Education may be eligible for financial assistance.
Detailed information about how to receive federal financial aid is available on the CU-Boulder Financial Aid website.
To schedule an appointment with our financial aid advisor, click here.
Continuing Education offers a Nontraditional Student Scholarship each semester. The scholarship awards funding toward the cost of one course up to a maximum of $700 and is competitive based on an essay. Nondegree seeking students (students not formally admitted to a CU degree program) age 22+ are eligible to apply. The deadline for submitting the fall application is September 5, 2014.
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Email questions to our Financial Aid Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org