Tuition and Financial Aid
Invest in Your Future
High-Quality Education at an Affordable Cost ¶
Your degree should give you financial freedom, not burden you with debt. Our career-focused degree programs can give you the applicable skills to increase your annual earnings potential without forcing you to rely exclusively on student loans to pay for your education. We strive to price our degrees realistically, minimizing how much our students need to rely on financial aid.
Most undergraduate programs are priced at $360 per credit hour, and graduate programs are priced at $515 per credit hour.
Though we strive to make our degrees as affordable as possible, we understand that many students will still need some form of financial aid to pay for their education. Many different types of aid are available; however, the most common are:
- Grants—monetary awards typically given based on financial need. Grants, like scholarships, do not need to be paid back.
- Scholarships—monetary awards given based on skill, talent, service, or circumstance. Scholarships are awarded and do not need to be repaid to the issuer.
- Loans—disbursements of money that are allocated based on a variety of factors, usually economic. Loans are to be paid back to the provider, usually with interest.
- Veteran’s Benefits—awards distributed exclusively to U.S. military veterans and their dependents.
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