Every student is different. Your tuition and fees will reflect your student type and academic path.
Your tuition and fees at Colorado State University will vary according to a number of factors – your residency status (Colorado resident or nonresident), the number of credits you take per semester, your year at CSU (freshman, sophomore, etc.), your program of study, and the courses you take.
Opportunities to lower your cost of attendance come in many forms, too. In addition to federal financial aid, College of Business students are eligible to receive scholarships, graduate assistantships, and benefits from our partners that may reduce your tuition.
Learn more about estimated expenses and undergraduate tuition and fees.
Please follow the links for estimated expenses and more information about graduate program tuition and fees.
Additional Graduate Degrees
Want help paying for college? We're here for you. CSU and the College of Business offer many options to help students and their families reduce college expenses. From federal financial aid (grants, loans, and work study) offered through the Office of Financial Aid to CSU-specific support, many financial support options are available.