Financing your education is one of the most critical components you need to consider as you start your educational journey here at Grand Canyon University (GCU). It is important for you to know the cost of your education and understand your financial responsibilities. GCU strives to keep tuition costs competitive so that a private, Christian education is within reach for all students. To help you estimate your investment in your education, GCU offers a Net Price Calculator.
一道本不卡免费高清GCU offers you three convenient learning options: a traditional campus environment, evening classes and online degree programs. GCU also offers a variety of opportunities to reduce the cost of furthering your education. Campus students may qualify for scholarships, while online students can take part in special offers. We also offer online members of the military reduced tuition amounts.
GCU Tuition & Costs for 2020-21
Grand Canyon University's annual tuition rate is $16,500 for both in-state and out-of-state students. On-campus students pay an average of $7,700 for room and board and $1,600 in additional fees. Individual courses cost $687.50 per credit. With the help of GCU-funded scholarships, the average campus student for the 2018-19 year only paid $8,700 in annual tuition. These scholarships lower the cost of tuition for most students by nearly half. The Grand Canyon University tuition rate has remained frozen for the last 11 years as part of our commitment to provide affordable, quality education.
Resources for Cost Estimation
Speak with a university counselor for guidance on enrollment and tuition fees as well as the Cost of Attendance that is used when awarding federal aid. Scholarships and grants may lower overall costs. GCU also provides a cost estimator tools, located below, to help gauge potential expenses. For additional help call 855-GCU-LOPE.
High School Dual Enrollment
If you are a high school student, dual enrollment courses allow you the opportunity to earn college credits while still in high school.
- Dual enrollment courses are four credits
- $210 per course ($52.50 per credit)
- $95 digital course materials fee per course (online students only)
- Additional textbook fees may apply
一道本不卡免费高清If you are currently serving in the military and are able to utilize military educational benefits, GCU offers a special military rate per credit hour to you and your spouse for our Online and Evening programs. GCU also offers a special scholarship to all veterans and their spouses, and employees of the DOD, DPHS and NOAA. GCU is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program.
If you are interested in attending GCU as a traditional campus student and would like to know more about institutional scholarships you may qualify for, please use our .
一道本不卡免费高清To estimate the cost to attend GCU as an online or evening student, please use our .
Affording College - Make It Happen
Scholarships and Grants
GCU offers generous scholarship and grant opportunities to help you finance your education. Explore GCU campus and outside scholarships to see what you may qualify for.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) allows you to apply for government grants and loans. You may qualify for awards based on your family’s financial situation.
Student loans can help you supplement your scholarships and grants so you can pay for your college education. Learn more about types of loans and repayment expectations.
Loans vs. Grants
Loans are awarded based on your grade level and must be repaid. To remain eligible for federal funding, you cannot be out of attendance for a period greater than 14 days or drop below half-time status. Call your student services counselor anytime there is a change in your schedule or you anticipate attendance issues.
Grants typically do not have to be repaid and typically do not have to be repaid unless the requirements of the grant are not followed.