How much is GCU tuition a year?

Grand Canyon University

How much does it cost to go to GCU for 4 years?

At the current published rates, an estimated total tuition, fees and living expense price for a 4 year bachelor’s degree at GCU is $128,400 for students graduating in normal time.

How much does it cost to go to Grand Canyon University for one year?

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 $8,100 for room and board and $1,700 in additional fees. Individual courses cost $687.50 per credit.

How much is GCU per credit hour?

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.

GCU Online and Evening Tuition Rates.

Undergraduate Tuition Cost
IT Programs $470 per credit

How much does it cost to live on-campus at GCU?

Traditional On-Campus (Full Time Student)

Budget Category Living On/Off Campus *ABSN Living Off Campus
Room** $5,100 $5,100
Board** $2,700 $2,700
Personal Expenses $5,700 $5,700
Fees $1,300

Is GCU a real college?

Grand Canyon University is a proprietary institution that was founded in 1949. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 58,997 (fall 2019), and the campus size is 100 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar.

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Is Grand Canyon University Expensive?

This fee is comprised of $16,500 for tuition, $7,800 room and board, $800 for books and supplies and $1,300 for other fees. Out of state tuition for Grand Canyon University is $16,500, the same as Arizona residents.

Average Net Price 2018/2019.

Family Income Net Price Paid
$110,000+ $23,423

Does GCU have family housing?

Family and Married Housing:

Due to our unprecedented growth, next year there will be a very limited number of Family Housing (Students with children) and Married Housing (Married Students, no children) units. … We recommend you keep other housing options open in case you are unable to acquire one of these units.