Tuition and Financial Aid

Residency Information

Students who wish to receive in-state tuition, please review the information in the above link to verify you qualify for in-state residency and the steps to ensure you are not charged out-of-state fees.

Tuition and Fee Schedule 

The tuition you are charged depends on how many courses you take and the method of course delivery (online or on campus). Students who are in completely online, non-GOML programs are charged at the eTuition rate and may not have to pay the same fees as on-campus students. 

GOML (Collaborative) Tuition and Fees

Our collaborative GOML programs are assessed at a different tuition rate from our non-GOML online programs. For GOML programs, courses are $385 per credit hour. Beginning Fall 2022, no other fees are assessed. Tuition/fees do not include the cost of books or supplemental materials.

Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid's Website has a wealth of information on applying for funding sources. For graduate students, student loans are the primary source of financial aid. For a general list of possible financial aid sources, please click here.

Graduate Assistantships

After acceptance, to graduate school you can apply for a Graduate Assistantship. These appointments result in a reduced tuition rate and a stipend, in addition to learning valuable skills in your field. For out-of-state students, graduate assistantships also eliminate the non-resident tuition rate.

Paying Fees

Please click the link above for the instructions for paying tuition and fees.  You will find the types of payment accepted, where to pay, how much to pay, and fee payment FAQ's.