Tuition & Fees Associated with the DPT Program

The DPT degree requires completion of 2.5 years of study (8 semesters), 116 credit hours, and 38 weeks of clinical experience.

CU Anschutz Financial Aid Office



CU DPT Financial Fact Sheet


Financial Resources

APTA Financial Solutions
APTA Federal Student Loan Forgiveness
CU PT Tuition & Fees

Financial Aid - PT Students
Financial Literacy Resources
Prospective Student Residency

 Summer 2021Fall 2021Spring 2022
Colorado Residents*$548 per credit hour**$564 per credit hour**$564 per credit hour**
Non-Residents$1,147 per credit hour**$1,181 per credit hour**$1,181 per credit hour**

For a more thorough estimated cost of attendance, visit the CU Financial Aid site.

*Incoming Doctor of Physical Therapy students assessed non-resident tuition upon admission, should review the requirements for establishing residencyand arrange to meet these requirements in order to be assessed resident tuition after their first year. 

Non-residents who establish residency while in the program should consult the curriculum to view credits per semester when determining yearly cost of attendance.

**Tuition and fees are established by the Board of Regents, the governing body of the University of Colorado, and are subject to change at any time.