Office of Graduate Studies
The total cost of graduate studies at MSU Denver varies. Differences in program tuition, living arrangements, residency status and other variables mean the cost of your education might be different from your peers.
Contact the Office of the Bursar for up-to-date financial information. For questions pertaining to in-stsate tuition please visit Admissions. Metropolitan State University of Denver's Federal School Code for the FAFSA is 001360.
Program Tuition and Fees
*Tuition rates for all graduate programs are updated annually. Please contact the Office of the Bursar for up-to-date information.
*Tuition rates for all graduate programs are updated annually. Please contact the for up-to-date information.
Graduate students often have questions about the tax implications of their financial or employment status as Graduate Assistants (G.A.), Research Assistants (R.A.), Teaching Assistants (T.A.) or as recipients of fellowships or scholarships. Please refer to IRS Publication 970 (Tax Benefits for Education) on the IRS website and/or your personal tax advisor. Visit the IRS page to learn more.
U.S. law requires mandatory health insurance for all graduate and full-time students. MSU Denver sponsors a Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) that remains consistent regardless of age, residency or citizenship status. If you're already insured, you can submit an online waiver to opt out of SHIP coverage at the beginning of each semester.
You're also required to comply with Colorado's immunization policy by submitting your immunization records to MSU Denver upon acceptance. You can find more information regarding health insurance and immunizations at the Auraria Health Center.