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$250/undergraduate or master's-level credit hour with military grant*
- Doctoral: View programs for pricing details
- Audit per credit hour: $100
- Undergraduate textbooks & ebooks: $0
- Master's-level textbooks & ebooks: $0 for all U.S. active-duty servicemembers, National Guard members, Reservists, and military spouses/dependents
*To minimize out-of-pocket costs, U.S. active-duty servicemembers, National Guard members, Reservists, and their spouses/dependents receive a tuition grant that covers undergraduate and master's-level tuition above the military TA cap of $250/credit hour.
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- Admission: $0
- Doctoral Application: $100
- Technology (per course): $65*
- Late registration: $50
- Certificate completion: $25
- Graduate comprehensive exam: $250
- Graduation (for most degrees): $100
- Transcripts (per copy):
- Official electronic: $10
- Official paper: $20
- Unofficial electronic: $5
*ENGR and ELEN courses have a technology fee of $100 per course. All technology fees are waived for U.S. active-duty military servicemembers, National Guard members, and Reservists.
If you withdraw from or drop a course, your account may be credited based on the guidelines listed below.
8-Week Course Withdrawal Refund Schedule
- Before or during week 1: 100% refund
- During week 2: 75%
- During weeks 3 and 4: 50%
- During weeks 5 through 8: No refund
16-Week Course Withdrawal Refund Schedule
- Before or during week 1 or 2: 100% refund
- During weeks 3 and 4: 75%
- During week 5 through 8: 50%
- During weeks 9 through 16: No refund
Course withdrawals could impact your eligibility for some financial aid, so it is important to look into that prior to making a decision.
Military Tuition Assistance (TA) Refund Policy
This refund schedule is ONLY applicable to eligible U.S. servicemembers who have paid all or a portion of their course tuition using Military Tuition Assistance (TA).
The Department of Defense requires the university to return any unearned Military Tuition Assistance (TA) funds to the Department should a servicemember withdraw from a course that was paid using TA. If a servicemember withdraws from any course on or before the 60% completion date (during week 5 for an 8-week course and during week 9/10 for a 16-week course), a prorated refund will be issued back to the Department for the TA funds that were provided. The schedules below determine the prorated amount of TA funds refunded to the Department based on the date of the servicemember's withdrawal from a course. For example, if a servicemember withdraws from a course at the 60% mark (during week 5 for an 8-week course and during week 9/10 for a 16-week course), 40% of TA funds used for the course will be returned to the Department. In instances when a servicemember stops attending due to a documented military service obligation, the University will work with the affected servicemember to identify solutions that may not result in a student debt to the University for the portion of TA funds returned to the Department.
Week-1 Course Drop
Course drops before or during the first week of the course receive a 100% refund of tuition, including any technology fees charged per course.
Week 1 refunds will NOT include any late registration fees. Note: Week 1 ends at 11:59:59 p.m. ET on the first Sunday of the first week of the course.
Tuition Refund Schedule when using Military TA
Your potential refund amount is based on the length of course in which you are enrolled and when you submit your withdrawal request, as follows:
- before or during week 1 = 100% refund
- during week 2 = no refund
- before or during week 1 = 100% refund
- during week 2 = 75% refund
- during weeks 3–4 = 50% refund
- during week 5 = 40% refund
- during weeks 6–8 = no refund
- before or during weeks 1–2 = 100% refund
- during weeks 3–4 = 75% refund
- during weeks 5–8 = 50% refund
- during weeks 9–10 = 40% refund
- during weeks 11–16 = no refund
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As an accredited university, we are able to accept many forms of financing from public and private sources, including:
Ways to Save
In addition to our affordable tuition rates, here are ways to save when paying for school.
You can take full advantage of our transfer credit options, including credit for your previous college courses and military service.* Don’t leave your hard-earned credits behind.
Prior Learning Assessment
Earning credit for real-world experiences* can help you accelerate degree completion and save on total cost of tuition. Learn more about our prior learning assessment (PLA) program.
*The University reserves the right to accept or deny credits according to the policies outlined on these transfer credit webpages. Actual time to completion will be based upon transfer credit evaluation and eligibility.
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