Information on CU Boulder and regional grants and awards for which students may directly apply, as well as information about student employment and loans
Office of Financial Aid has information regarding loans and work-study.
Federal Financial Aid: Students applying for financial aid should submit the graduate version of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1. You must be enrolled in at least four semester hours to be eligible to receive federal or state financial aid or to be eligible for a deferment on any of your federal loans.
Student Employment: CU Boulder's Student Employment Office posts an average of 600 part-time, on-campus and off-campus jobs for students. These notices are posted on MyCUInfo, bulletin boards outside UMC 165, and in the Student Employment office in Regent 205. Domestic U.S. graduate students may qualify for work-study awards; call the Student Employment Office to find out at 303-492-7349. International students may verify their employment eligibility through International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS). For more information go to the Student Employment Website.
Housing & Dining Services: For information on employment opportunities, visit the Housing and Dining site.
Loans: Additional resources on the web for student borrowers include: