Tuition and fees

Fall 2020 tuition

There are no tuition increases for the 2020-2021 academic year. Face-to-face/in-person classes and hybrid/blended classes will be charged at the 2019-2020 out-of-state and in-state tuition rates. Online tuition rates also remain the same, which is the in-state tuition rate for all students. Read more about tuition rates.

Fall 2020 fees

For the 2020-2021 academic year, the campus privilege fee and academic infrastructure fees also will remain flat and will be charged at the 2019-2020 rate. These fees will be charged for in-person and blended/hybrid courses, which is consistent with how fees have been charged in previous years. The campus privilege fee will continue to be assessed on a per-credit-hour basis and capped at six credit hours of enrollment. 

Online fees will be reduced for the 2020-2021 academic year. A single online fee of $70 will be charged per student credit hour for all online courses, continuing the model adopted for summer 2020 courses. The single online fee replaces any previously charged Global Campus and college online fees. 

Several colleges have differential college fees, which will remain flat and will be charged at the 2019-2020 rate.  These college fees will be assessed for all courses taught by the college. 

Fees will be charged following the same practice as previous years. A student who takes only online courses will not pay the campus privilege fee or academic infrastructure fee. A student who only takes face-to-face/in-person or blended/hybrid courses will not pay online fees. A student who takes a mix of face-to-face/in-person, blended/hybrid and online courses will pay the appropriate fees per student credit hour.

If there is a need to pivot to fully remote teaching due to the pandemic, there will be no online fee charged for in-person or blended/hybrid courses moved to fully remote.

For more information about these tuition and fees policies, visit the Cashier’s Office COVID-19 webpage.

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