Expensive Graduate Schools in Colorado

For academic year 2019-2020, University of Denver has the highest graduate school tuition & fees of $22,176 in Colorado where the average graduate school tuition is $19,006 over all graduate schools in Colorado. Colorado School of Mines and Colorado College ranked second and third expensive graduate schools inColorado after University of Denver. Next table shows the top 10 Colorado graduate schools having highest graduate school tuition & fees.
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Colorado Graduate Schools with Highest Tuition & Fees (2019-2020)
School NameTuition & FeesCost per Credit HourGraduate Student PopulationNumber of Programs
1University of DenverPrivate, 4 yearsDenver, CO $51,639$1,426 6,151 147
(17 online programs)
2Colorado School of MinesPublic, 4 yearsGolden, CO $39,762$2,075 1,373 57
3Colorado CollegePrivate, 4 yearsColorado Springs, CO $39,408$925 30 3
4Rocky Vista UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsParker, CO $36,421- 952 3
5University of Colorado BoulderPublic, 4 yearsBoulder, CO $33,014$1,738 6,522 141
(11 online programs)
6Colorado State University-Fort CollinsPublic, 4 yearsFort Collins, CO $28,142$1,433 7,516 191
(57 online programs)
7University of Colorado Colorado SpringsPublic, 4 yearsColorado Springs, CO $24,438$1,220 2,172 43
(22 online programs)
8University of Colorado Denver/Anschutz Medical CampusPublic, 4 yearsDenver, CO $23,873$1,255 9,202 107
(21 online programs)
9Naropa UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsBoulder, CO $23,470$1,000 534 8
10Rocky Mountain College of Art and DesignPrivate, 4 yearsLakewood, CO $22,176$849 0 2
(2 online programs)
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