Please note: This page has not been updated for the 2022–23 academic year. Rates will be published after approval by the state legislature and the Board of Regents, around May 1.

A one-time post-pandemic tuition credit of 3% is in effect this academic year only (2021–22) for programs whose tuition increased by 3% from last year (2020–21). This credit essentially absorbs the tuition increase. Beginning next year, tuition rates will resume at the rate approved by the Board of Regents for this year (2021–22) along with any potential additional increases approved by the Board of Regents. Tuition for some professional masters programs did not increase from last year and so it was not necessary to apply the post-pandemic tuition credit for those programs.

Graduate Status B & D

Tuition and fees for graduate students are based on graduate status as determined by the Graduate School.