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Get step-by-step instructions on how to use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool, who can use it, and what to do if the tool isn't working for you.
Grants, loans, and work-study are all considered forms of financial aid. CU-Boulder also requires the FAFSA to be completed before you can apply for university scholarships.
Once you have received an email or postcard from our office, you can view your financial aid awards on-line. We have provided details on how to access this information via your student portal.
Find out when your financial aid, including PLUS Loans will show up on your bill and when you can expect to receive a refund.
A typical student budget includes both fixed and estimated expenses. The fixed costs include tuition and fees. The estimated expenses include books and supplies, room and board, medical, travel and personal expenses.