2019-2020 Tuition Rates
The 2019-2020 tuition rate will take effect beginning summer 2019. The required technology fee (per semester/term) is $56.25 for one graduate course and $112.50 for two or more. Students can also expect to spend approximately $150 per class on textbooks.
Degree-seeking and certificate programs: $625 per credit ($1,875 per course)
Non-degree program: $625 per credit ($1,875 per course)
Other costs to consider include:
- Optional On-campus parking permits -- $65/semester or $125/year
- Low-cost membership to the Anderson Athletic & Recreation Complex (AARC) - $15/month, payable up from on a semester basis.
In order to promote diversity among its graduate students, the College of Arts & Sciences offers funds for Dean's Scholarships for students applying to our graduate programs. These scholarships are intended for:
- students of color
- low income students
- students who are first-generation college graduates in their family
Awards are typically granted on a per course basis and will apply for up to three years while a student remains in good standing and maintains at least a 3.5 GPA. Students are nominated by the Director of Graduate Studies upon acceptance of the application.
To be considered for this Dean's Scholarship opportunity, please indicate your preference in the "Additional Information" section of your application.
For information about costs, scholarships and grants, student loans, and other resources available to graduate students, please visit Graduate Financial Aid.