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Spring & Summer Detailed Tuition Chart

Tuition - Spring & Summer 2023

HoursUnder GradNon-LDS Under GradGradNon-LDS GradBusinessNon-LDS
Business
Law*Non-LDS Law*
0.5166331234467431861431861
13316624679348611,7228611,722
1.54979937011,4011,2922,5831,2922,583
26621,3249341,8681,7223,4441,7223,444
2.58281,6551,1682,3352,1534,3052,1534,305
39931,9861,4012,8022,5835,1662,5835,166
3.51,1592,3171,6353,2693,0146,0273,0146,027
41,3242,6481,8683,7363,4446,8883,4446,888
4.5-5.51,4972,9941,9843,9663,6597,3183,6597,318
Full-Time1,5763,152

Graduate students are considered full-time (for tuition purposes) at 4.5 credit hours. No 3/4 time tuition rate.
Undergraduates are considered full-time (for tuition purposes) at 6.0 credit hours.
Tuition for semester-length classes is billed as if 1/2 of the credits are taken spring term and 1/2 are taken summer term, but it is all due at the beginning of spring term.

Basic college expenses include tuition, books and supplies, housing and food (which could include rent, utilities, grocery/food), transportation expenses to campus and work, and loan fees if you borrow federal student loans. These costs are calculated each year and included in your estimated Cost of Attendance, which is used determine your eligibility if you apply for federal aid. Some one-time, and less frequent expenses may also include the purchase of a laptop and needed furnishings for your living arrangement.

Cost of Attendance

Basic college expenses include tuition, books and supplies, housing and food (which could include rent, utilities, grocery/food), transportation expenses to campus and work, and loan fees (if you borrow federal student loans). These costs are calculated each year and included in your estimated Cost of Attendance, which is used determine your eligibility if you apply for federal aid. Some one-time, and less frequent expenses may also include the purchase of a laptop and needed furnishings for your living arrangement.