Annual Tuition and Fees
The annual cost of tuition and fees is dependent on whether a student chooses to attend full-time or part-time. The following annual schedule of tuition and fees represents the annual cost a student can expect to pay each year based on their enrollment selection of either full-time or part-time attendance.
Students who choose to attend full-time generally take 3 or 4 courses per academic term (12 or 16 credit units). Students who choose to attend part-time take 2 courses per academic term (8 credit units). Although students may register for 12 credit units and still be considered full-time, enrolling in only 12 credit units per academic term will lead to an estimated graduation timeline exceeding 5 years. Enrolling in 16 credit units per academic term is the standard full-time enrollment selection to graduate in 4 years. Enrolling in 16 credit units is also the most cost efficient method to obtain a bachelor’s degree because it limits additional expenses for housing and related costs which helps keep student loans to a minimum.
Students must attend at least half-time in order to receive federal financial aid.