Tuition & Fees

We Make Earning Your Degree Affordable

Union Institute & University takes pride in minimizing increases in tuition and fees. For many years, our tuition increases have been below the national average. Another way we make our online degree program more affordable is by contributing more than $2 million each year to institutional scholarships across all programs.

Find your program’s tuition and registration information below. Our admission counselors are excited to answer your questions – call 800-486-3116 x2005 or email finaid@myunion.edu.

Undergraduate Costs

To view a complete list of distance education program tuition and fees, click on the degree name below to open a PDF.

Bachelor of Arts (B.A)

Tuition
$500/credit hour

Technology Fee
$72 full time/$36 part time

Certified Learning
$54/credit hour

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Tuition
$500/credit hour

Technology Fee
$72 full time/$36 part time

Certified Learning
$54/credit hour

Master's Costs

 

To view a complete list of distance education program tuition and fees, click on the degree name below to open a PDF.

Master of Arts (M.A.)

Tuition
$719 / credit hour

Technology Fee
$72 / term

Master of Arts w/a major in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (C.M.H.C)

Tuition
$778 / credit hour

Technology Fee
$72 / term

Residency Deposit
$250 (non-refundable)

Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (M.S.O.L)

Tuition
$515 / credit hour

Technology Fee
$72 / term

Doctoral Costs

To view a complete list of distance education program tuition and fees, click on the degree name below to open a PDF.

Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies (Ph.D.)*

Tuition
$1,110 / credit hour

Technology Fee
$108 (full time) / $54 (part time)

Residency Deposit 
$250 (non-refundable)

Net Price Calculator

The Net Price Calculator (NPC), a federal template calculator, can be a useful tool for students planning to attend college. However, it’s designed for traditional, 19-year-old students attending college for the first time on a traditional residential campus.

Since Union Institute & University serves working professionals, the numbers calculated by the NPC can be misleading. The NPC does not calculate your actual costs of attendance based on your facts and circumstances, so it’s always best to submit a FAFSA and talk to a Union financial aid counselor about your unique situation.

Access Union’s net price calculator, or email finaid@myunion.edu with questions.

*Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice

Note: Students must notify the Business Office when a change in status affects an established payment plan. Changes in status include graduation, withdrawal, or alternate payment arrangements.