Tuition & Fees
The cost of your future degree program is a critical part of the application process. Along with the tuition and fee information below, the financial aid and scholarships page is a resource to help you fund your future academic and professional steps.
To calculate your specific per credit cost, the tuition and fees calculator is useful. You will want to choose either "graduate masters - Monroe Park campus" or “Graduate doctoral - Monroe Park campus” and click the “graduate or professional” button and choose the appropriate residency and full-time or part-time option for your calculated tuition costs.
Undergraduate tuition and fees can be found on the main admissions and aid website.
There are additional online course fee outlined on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special teacher preparation and course fees are outlined on the Student Accounting Program and Course Fees page.
Depending on your employment status at VCU, you may be eligible for tuition waiver benefits. Please review the central Human Resources Tuition Waiver resource page for eligibility and requirements.
Many students will find their employer has some tuition or professional development reimbursement or funding program. Please contact your human resource professional to review creative options to help fund your continued learning and skill building.