As an on campus student, can I enroll in hybrid or online courses too?

Yes. You can take both online and hybrid courses even if you are an on campus student. Our combination of on-campus, hybrid and online courses provides maximum flexibility for all Iliff students, regardless where they live.

I’m moving to Denver from out of state. Should I be worried about your winters?

The biggest surprise for newcomers to Denver is the moderate climate. The arid conditions bring only 8 to 15 inches of annual precipitation and there is 300 days of sunshine a year. Winters are mild with an average daily high temperature of 45 degrees and days reaching 60 degrees are not uncommon.

Is it possible to work part-time or full-time?

Yes. Many students work either part-time or full-time while going to school. Our combination of on-campus, hybrid and online courses provides maximum flexibility for those trying to juggle a variety of commitments outside of graduate school.

How do I apply for financial aid?

The financial aid application is available on line and students must also complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and copies of the student (and spouse’s, if applicable) most recent tax return.

How is Financial Aid disbursed?

Be sure all financial aid documents have been signed and returned to the Financial Aid Office before you arrive on campus.  Scholarships, Grants and Loans are disbursed to your account after you register for classes.  Refunds will be direct-deposited to your bank account on file with the Business Office 14 days after the start of classes. You can also check the status of your financial aid on-line on my.iliff.

Are there jobs available on campus?

Yes.  Iliff has a Federal Work Study student employment program.  The Financial Aid Director Office assists students in finding an on campus jobs. 


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