Tuition and Fees
Base Tuition and General Fees 2017-2018
Undergraduate, Colorado Resident
Western Undergraduate Exchange
Graduate Differential Tuition
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
English Language Program Tuition and Fees
Guest Tuition and Fees
Summer 2017 Tuition and Fees
Tuition listed here is for on-campus, degree-seeking students who intend to enroll in on-campus and/or online courses and non-degree students who intend to enroll in on-campus courses.
Differential Tuition assessment may apply to both on-campus and online courses.
Tuition and Fees Calculator
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Tuition and Fee Assessment Term Definitions
Amount charged all students per credit hour. There is a different rate for undergraduate residents, undergraduate non-residents, Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) students, graduate residents, graduate non-residents and Professional Veterinary Medicine students.
Since fall 2005, undergraduate Colorado resident students have been eligible to receive a College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend from the State of Colorado to apply toward tuition costs. To receive the COF stipend students must apply on the COF website AND authorize CSU to request the funds via RAMweb.
Amount of tuition for which an undergraduate Colorado resident student is responsible, after the College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend is credited to the student account.
Fees to support general student services on campus. See “Breakdown of General Fees” under the Tuition & Fees section for a breakdown of these fees.
Fee to support university-wide technology needs for students.
Fee per credit hour to support the construction and maintenance of campus buildings.