High School Counselors
Inspire future Pioneers
We know high school counselors play a major role in a student's college choice and application process. Below, you'll find the resources you need to help your students stay on track and make an informed college decision. If you can't find what you're looking for here, contact an Undergraduate Admission representative.
Deadlines & Checklists
Deadline Application November 1
- Early Action
- Early Decision I
November 15 First deadline for need-based financial aid January 15
- Regular Decision
- Early Decision II
February 1 Second deadline for need-based financial aid
Financial aid: key facts
Direct Costs (2018-19) Tuition $49,392 Fees $1,164 Room & Board $13,005 Subtotal $63,561 Indirect Costs (2018-19) Books $1,200 Transportation $1,536 Personal Expenses $1,359 Loan Fees* $71 Cost of Attendance $67,727
DU School Codes:
- CSS Profile: 4842
- FAFSA: 001371
- SAT: 4842
- ACT: 0534
AP & IB transfer guidelines
We award up to 45 quarter credit hours for student success in AP and IB courses with qualifying test scores. If your students have achieved at a high level in secondary school and believe they can place out of some required college courses, refer to the Registrar's transfer guidelines.
We're always excited to host counselors from high schools around the country. Our staff and students provide detailed tours of campus and plenty of information on our academic programs and student life offerings. You'll also get a chance to see our student body at work. If you're a counselor whose students might be interested in becoming Pioneers, we encourage you to contact our Office of Admission and schedule a special visit.
Transfer visit preview day
If you're a counselor at a community college or other institution of higher learning, your students might be interested in visiting us on select Fridays during the spring and summer. Each session includes a student panel, an information session and a campus tour. Your students can also meet with academic representatives from our schools and colleges as well as transfer admission staff.
Are several of your students interested in attending DU?