Online and evening rates vary depending on the program of study. The typical range for all undergraduate programs is $395 to $470 cost per credit hour. Graduate classes range from $365 to $695 per credit, depending on the area of study. The cost per credit hour for doctoral programs is $695. A special rate is available for those in active duty and active reserve.
GCU's online and evening tuition rates are for students who are interested in pursuing an online degree program or taking evening classes. Speak with your university counselor to learn more about your opportunities for scholarships off tuition through GCU's educational alliances or to find out about options for continuing education for teachers.
*MOU-RN-BSN Monthly-Sep2021: This scholarship is only valid for those applicants who submit a complete application for a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program beginning in September 2021. If you enroll in the RN to BSN degree program through any of the College of Nursing’s online or evening campus offerings, Grand Canyon University will offer you $334 per credit per course for your program. This offer cannot be combined with any other scholarships.
**COE Master of Ed Scholarship Outside AZ TX Sep2021 & COE Master of Ed Scholarship AZ TX Sep2021: This scholarship is only valid for those applicants who are participating in a GCU College of Education or Secondary Education Emphasis master’s degree program, offered online, and who submit a completed application to start their program during the month of September 2021. Grand Canyon University will offer you about $469 per credit off the tuition per course for your program. This offer only applies to online and evening programs.
†MOU-Alumni Monthly Sep2021: The Alumni Scholarship for Doctoral Programs is only valid for those applicants who submit a complete application and begin a Doctoral program in September 2021. This scholarship cannot be used in conjunction with any other GCU scholarship or awards and only applies to online and evening programs. Please speak to a university counselor for complete details.