Consortium Agreements and Financial Aid

Naropa and CU-Boulder have partnered to give Naropa students the opportunity to take advantage of CU-Boulder's extensive course offerings at either a flat fee rate or at an in-state rate via a consortium agreement for Naropa students taking classes concurrently at CU and Naropa. Details are available on the Student Forms page under Registration on MyNaropa.

A Naropa student spending a semester as a visiting student at another institution through a consortium agreement may be considered for Federal Pell Grants, Direct Subsidized/Unsubsidized loans, and Direct PLUS loans, but will not be eligible for any campus-based aid, institutional aid, or state aid.

Students Visiting from Other Colleges

Students planning to enroll in courses for credit at Naropa University as part of a degree program at another college or university should make arrangements for financial aid through their home school. Naropa is able to sign a consortium agreement with the home school to enable the student to receive aid through the home school.