Tuition & Fees

At Grand View University, your tuition pays for a student's instruction by knowledgeable and experienced faculty members who value our tradition of great teaching. Moreover, we are committed to providing the finest education attainable at the lowest cost possible. The cost of attendance will be published tuition and fees minus grants, scholarships, and other financial aid. Nearly all Grand View students receive financial aid, which often brings the cost of attendance to a level the same or less than the state universities (for nearly 86% of 2016 first year students).

Undergraduate Full-Time Tuition

  Academic Year  Semester 
Tuition (12-18 credits) $25,836 $12,918
Activity Fee $190  $95
Residence Hall Activity Fee $90 $45
Technology Fee $400 $200
Room & Board
(All Access 5 meal plan/double room)
$8,540  $4,270
Total $35,056 $17,528

Graduate Tuition

  Academic Year Semester
Education $470 (per credit hour) $470 (per credit hour)
Sport Management  $470 (per credit hour)  $470 (per credit hour)
Organizational Leadership in Business $595 (per credit hour) $595 (per credit hour)
Nursing $685 (per credit hour) $685 (per credit hour)
Athletic Training $650 (per credit hour) $650 (per credit hour)
Parking Fees $80 $40
Technology Fees
$150 $75
Online Course
$25 (per credit hour) $25 (per credit hour)

Tuition & Fees Per Credit Hour

Summer Courses $375
Full-Time Courses (over 18 hours) $642
Part-Time Day Courses (less than 12 credit hours) $642
Online, Evening & Weekend Courses $386
Online Course Fee $25
Course Audit Fee $135
Applied Music Fee $300
Military Tuition Discount**
($100)

Miscellaneous Fees

Commuter Parking $80
Residential Parking $160
English Proficiency Re-take $15
Experiential Learning (per credit hour) $30
Test-Out (per course) $30
Graduation $100
Study Abroad $100

Room & Board Fees

Knudsen and Nielsen Hall

Triple Room (Knudsen)

All Access 7 
(includes $500 declining balance)
$8,586
All Access 5 
(includes $500 declining balance)
$8,042 

Double Room

All Access 7 
(includes $500 declining balance)
$9,084
All Access 5 
(includes $500 declining balance)
$8,540

Single Room

All Access 7 
(includes $500 declining balance)
$10,464
All Access 5 
(includes $500 declining balance)
$9,920
Block 160
(includes $600 declining balance - upper-class only)
$8,944
Block 100 
(includes $500 declining balance - upper-class only)
$7,966
Block 50
(includes $300 declining balance - upper-class only)
$6,934

Langrock or Hull Suites

Suite

All Access 7 
(includes $500 declining balance)
$10,160
All Access 5 
(includes $500 declining balance)
$9,616

Suite - Single

All Access 7
(includes $500 declining balance)
$11,506
All Access 5 
(includes $500 declining balance)
$10,962

Hull or L Apartments

(upper-class only)

All Access 7 
(includes $500 declining balance)
$11,374
All Access 5 
(includes $500 declining balance)
$10,830
Block 160 Plan 
(includes $600 declining balance)
$9,854
Block 100 Plan 
(includes $500 declining balance)
$8,876
Block 50 Plan 
(includes $300 declining balance)
$7,844

Summer Room Rates

Room for summer, standard $425/month
Room for summer intern $21/day

Commuter Meal Plan

  Academic Year Semester
Commuter 300
$600 (includes $660 declining balance) $300 (includes $330 declining balance)
Commuter 80
$160 (includes $160 declining balance) $80 (includes $80 declining balance)

Cost Explanations

  • Tuition for the 2017-2018 academic school year is for full-time students (12-18 credits). Any credits over 18 carry an additional fee.
  • Enrollment in the summer term is optional. Students registering for classes during any of the summer terms are charged $369 per credit hour for the 2017 summer term and $375 per credit hour for the 2018 summer term.
  • If a student is not going home for the summer, an additional $1,600 should be added for summer housing/living expenses.
  • Please note, costs are subject to change without notice.

*Applies only to students living off campus.
**This is a $100 per credit discount for undergraduate students who are not classified as Full-Time Day and who are active military or a spouse of active military.

Senior Citizens
Senior citizens who are not pursing a degree at Grand View University may attend classes for no credit without charge on a space-available basis. Those who are not pursuing a degree at Grand view may attend classes for credit at a rate equivalent to the Course Audit Fee on a space-available basis. Those who are pursuing a degree at Grand View will be charged the standard tuition rate.
Out of State Tuition
Because Grand View is a private university, there is no tuition difference for out-of-state students.
International Students

Once you have been accepted, you will be required to pay a deposit of $1,700. $100 of this deposit will be held as a non-refundable enrollment deposit and $200 will be held as a housing deposit, while the remaining $1,400 will be applied to your first semester's charges. Grand View University will issue the I-20 only to admitted students who have paid their deposit.

  • Living expenses for international students are calculated based on living on campus, including housing and an Access 5 meal plan.
  • Personal Needs is an estimate of miscellaneous costs such as clothing, laundry, entertainment, transportation, etc.
  • Every international student in the U.S. is required to have health insurance coverage. The health insurance estimate is for 12 months of continuing coverage. You will need to prove that you have adequate health insurance in the U.S. or purchase the insurance plan offered through Grand View University. Price of health insurance coverage will range based on a variety of factors.

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement requires a $200 Student Exchange Visitor Processing Fee and an I-901 form from all students who receive an I-20. Admitted students who have made the deposit of $1,700 will receive information on this fee and the I-901 form when the I-20 is issued. The fee must be paid before applying for a visa. For more information, please refer to the I-901 information sheet.