Tuition and Fees

Current Students

Tuition

Fees indicated in the 2013/2014 column are effective for all students enrolling in the Fall 2013 semester unless otherwise specified.

Tuition

Credits

2013-2014

Traditional Undergraduate 

1-11 credits

$687.50/credit

Traditional Undergraduate 

12-18 credits

$8,250.00/block

Traditional Undergraduate 

19+ credits (block rate +)

$8,250.00 + $687.50/ per credit above 18 credits

*Summer Traditional Undergraduate
(Except Nursing Cohorts)

 

$290.00/credit

 

*No in-state/out-state rates
*Traditional students taking courses in the online format will be charged the regular tuition rates
*Traditional students are required to take a minimum of nine (9) credits in the traditional campus format

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It is the policy of the University to collect and remit sales, use, excise, and/or gross receipts taxes in compliance with state and local taxing jurisdiction regulations which require the University to remit tax where applicable. Regulations vary by student location.   Payment of tax is ultimately the student's financial responsibility to the University regardless of financing arrangements. 

Per Hawaii requirements: It is hereby stated that students residing in the State of Hawaii will be charged Hawaii General Excise Tax on all transactions. Students living in the District of Oahu will be charged 4.5%. Students residing in other Hawaii districts will be charged 4.0%.

Tuition

Professional Studies & Online

2013/2014

Graduate Nursing Programs

$495.00/credit

Advanced Practice Graduate Nursing Programs

$600.00/credit

Graduate - College of Education

$510.00/credit

Graduate - College of Business

$550.00/credit

Graduate - Other than above

$495.00/credit

Undergraduate - College of Education

$435.00/credit

Undergraduate - College of Theology

$350.00/credit

Undergraduate - Other than above

$465.00/credit

eMBA Program - College of Business

$1,200.00/credit

Doctoral Programs
Includes Dissertation Courses: 
DIS 966 and DIS 970

$630.00/credit**

**Residency fee not included

Individual Courses

Individual Course 2013/2014
Undergraduate $465.00/credit*
Graduate $495.00/credit*
*25% discount applied to 4 credit courses

Continuing Teacher Education Courses

Grand Canyon University is the educator's preferred choice for continuing education. Whatever your needs - recertification, licensure, endorsements or to move up the pay scale, earn 3 Graduate Credits in 3-6* weeks.

Course  Credits Price
Continuing Teacher Education Courses                                                  3 Credits                    $150 per credit                           

 

* Courses numbered 5xxx are 3 weeks in length; courses numbered 5xxTE are 6 weeks in length. 3 week and 6 week courses lead to 3 graduate credits and cost $150/credit.

Military Rates

Professional Studies and Online Students Only

In order to support those who are currently serving and their spouses or those who have served in the military and are able to utilize military educational benefits, Grand Canyon University offers a special military rate per credit hour.

2013/2014
Undergraduate................ $250.00/per credit hour
Graduate........................  $400.00/per credit hour
Doctoral........................... $598.50/per credit hour


The Learning Management fee will be waived for all qualified students using military tuition assistance as his or her primary payment method. Please speak with an enrollment counselor for more information.

Grand Canyon University is a proud participant in the Post-9/11 Yellow Ribbon Program

Traditional On-Campus Fees

Fees indicated in the 2013/2014 column are effective for all students enrolling in the Fall 2013 semester unless otherwise specified.


Fee Schedule
(Not all fees listed)

 

2013/2014

Canyon Connect 

Undergraduate Courses

$85.00

Canyon Connect 

Graduate Courses

$95.00

Course Material Fee 

RN-BSN Program, 5-week courses (excluding HLT310V)

$110.00

Student Activity Fee

Traditional On-Campus students, Undergraduate and Graduate students. (Except those in the Nursing Pre-Licensure Program)

$250.00/semester

Nursing Program Premium

Traditional campus students in the Nursing Pre-Licensure Program 

$500.00/semester

Student Parking Fee

Traditional campus students  

$150.00 - $250.00/year

Housing Application Fee

Traditional undergraduate campus students

$250.00

Registration Deposit 

Traditional undergraduate campus students

$50.00

Returned Check Fee

All returned checks

$25.00

Health Insurance

Traditional campus students 

$900.00/semester

Graduation Fee

All graduating students

$150.00

Course Restoration Fee

$50.00

 

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Professional Studies, Online & Evening Programs

Housing Cost

Fees indicated in the 2013/2014 column are effective for all students enrolling in the Fall 2013 semester unless otherwise specified.

Room Rates                                                                                                                                                                               

Dormitory Rates 
Students are required to carry a 10 meal plan.

2013/2014
Camelback / Sedona / Chaparral / Saguaro Hall Triple Occupancy $1,500 per semester
Canyon / Hegel Hall Double Occupancy               $2,000 per semester
Prescott / Camelback / Sedona/ Chaparral / Saguaro Hall Double Occupancy       $2,200 per semester

North Rim Apartments*
Non-married students are required to carry a meal plan

2013/2014
Double Occupancy $1,900 per semester
Married Unit $3,800 per semester

Summer Room Rates

2013/2014
Active Student (Actively enrolled in at least 1 course) $800.00 per semester
Working Student (On-campus job, but not in any courses) $1,600.00 per semester


All housing charges, including room and board, are billed to the student's account. 
For payment methods and deadlines contact your personal Finance or Enrollment Counselor. 

*Apartment rates include electricity, water, trash and basic cable.  

Student Meal Plans

Grand Canyon University is excited to announce an update to our meal plan program that will go into effect for the spring 2014 semester. The meal plan costs are remaining the same, but have been adjusted to include a combination of meal swipes and ‘Lopes cash, which operates as cash at GCU's dining facilities. ‘Lopes cash can only be used for food items on GCU's campus. Additionally, students living in the apartments are no longer required to have a meal plan. Please see below for Spring 2014 meal plan options.


Current Plans

Daily Plans

Details

Price

Daily Plan A

3 meals per weekday, 2 meals per weekend day

$1,900 per semester

Daily Plan B

2 meals per day

$1,700 per semester

Daily Plan C

2 meals per weekday

$1,300 per semester



New Plans

Weekly Plans

Details

Price

Antelope Gold Weekly Plan

12 meal swipes per week and $364 'Lopes cash for à la carte purchases

$1,900 per semester

Antelope Silver Weekly Plan

10 meal swipes per week and $420 'Lopes cash for à la carte purchases

$1,700 per semester

Antelope Bronze Weekly Plan

8 meal swipes per week and $276 'Lopes cash for à la carte purchases

$1,300 per semester

 

Current Block Plans

Block Plans

Details

Price

Block Plan A

Block of 200 meals per semester

$1,750 per semester

Block Plan B

Block of 150 meals per semester

$1,350 per semester

Block Plan C

Block of 130 meals per semester

$1,200 per semester

 

New Block Plans 

Block Plans

Details

Price

'Lopes Purple Block Meal Plan

Block of 145 meals per semester and $400 'Lopes cash for à la carte purchases

$1,750 per semester

'Lopes Black Block Meal Plan

Block of 105 meals per semester and $360 'Lopes cash for à la carte purchases

$1,350 per semester

'Lopes White Block Meal Plan

Block of 95 meals per semester and $360 'Lopes cash for à la carte purchases

$1,200 per semester



Brand New Plan

Daily Plan

Details

Price

Maximum Daily Value Plan

New meal plan breakfast, lunch and dinner swipes Monday through Friday; brunch and dinner swipes Saturday and Sunday

$1,900 per semester