Most students won’t pay the advertised price of a school. Instead, they will be provided with a financial aid plan that includes a mix of scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study. But some kinds of aid are more desirable than others, and some students will get more than others.
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$7,135.00 is the typical Community College of Denver’s first year financial aid package. 88% of first-year students are awarded financial aid, primarily comprising grants and scholarships.
Financial aid helps reduce the cost, or the full retail price of the college. However, be aware that the only true college discount is scholarships & grants.
We feel that loan debt ought to be regarded as a consequence instead of true financial aid. Learn more on student loan debt at Community College of Denver.
As well as scholarships, 79% of freshmen (539 total) obtained a federal grant, for about $4,683.00 a piece.
These scholarships and grants are composed of primarily federal grants, and some state and local awards.
79% of first-year students at Community College of Denver (539 total) obtained a federal grant, averaging $4,683.00.
The following table displays scholarship and grant allocations by family income for freshman students receiving any kind of federal Title IV assistance, such as Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||0.44%||$54.00|
The table above displays undergrads who are getting Title IV aid, federal aid from the government including loans, grants or work-study. Learn more here.
88% of the 678 undergraduates at Community College of Denver receive some sort of grant aid. This is a total of about 593 students getting an average of $7,135.00 per person.The largest share of which are in the guise of Pell Grants.
More about our data sources and methodologies.