If you think a degree from a private university is out of your financial reach, think again. St. Gregory's tuition is both affordable and comparable to other adult education programs. Plus, financial aid is available, and our counselors are on hand to walk you through the process of finding the help you need to make your dream career a reality.
Associate's Degrees: $334 per credit hour
Bachelor's Degrees: $419 per credit hour
RN to BSN Nursing Degree: $545 per credit hour
Cost applies to courses designated as Nursing, program also includes non-nursing undergraduate courses.
Master's Degrees: $520 per credit hour
Registration: $50 (one time)
Graduation Cost: $100 Undergraduate/$130 Graduate
Late Graduation Fee: $55 (in addition to graduation cost)
Replacement Diploma: $45
Official Transcript Record: $10
Replacement ID Card: $15
Returned Check Fine: $35
CLEP Test: $90
Prior Learning Evaluation: $200
Other class/lab fees sych as HPER, Sculpture, Foundations, Speech, Photography, Science Classes, etc. as stated in the class scheuled or catalog.
St. Gregory’s University offers the following payment plan options:
1. Full Payment Prior To The Start Of Each Course
2. Third Party Billing (employer / military / Government) Vouchers or forms certifying that the student qualifies and authorizing billing must be received by the University at least one week prior to the start of each course.
3. Tuition Reimbursement Plan
Tuition and fees will be deferred a maximum of 30 days from each course end date to accommodate employer tuition reimbursement processes.
4. Financial Aid Plan
Need and non-need based financial aid programs are available for eligible students. In order to secure deferment of tuition, you must provide the University with all the documents required to complete the certification of federal financial aid funds during the application process.
Click here to download a copy of the Financial Agreement.