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Tuition Information

Tuition and student fees are established by the Utah State Board of Regents. The most recent tuition information has been updated and is viewable on the link below.

Tuition and student fees are subject to change without notice and will be updated as new information is released. Should a tuition increase take place, it is usually applied beginning Summer semester. Historically, tuition increases have been approximately 3%.

We encourage students to take potential tuition changes into consideration when establishing resources for financial aid.

For additional information regarding tuition see the UVU Tuition Website.

Late Tuition and Registration Fees

Financial Aid Information

Unsubsidized Stafford Loans

Financial aid is available from the federal government to students who qualify. This aid is provided in the form of Unsubsidized Stafford Loans by submitting an application via the FAFSA – Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

Students may apply for this funding online at after they have completed taxes for the year prior to when they will start their program. For example, a student starting the program in Fall 2017 would complete the FAFSA with information from their 2016 tax return.

For additional information, contact the UVU Financial Aid Department at 801-863-8442.

Non-Resident Waivers

Recent legislation has provided new Non-resident Waivers to students that meet the academic qualifications.

In addition to unsubsidized loans, the federal Graduate PLUS loan is also available to students pursuing a graduate degree. However, before a Graduate PLUS loan can be originated for a graduate student, UVU must calculate the student's Stafford loan eligibility according to the annual and aggregate maximum amounts. We encourage graduate students to accept and maximize their unsubsidized Stafford loans before applying for a Graduate PLUS loan.

Western Graduate Exchange Program

Master of Education Merit Scholarship

The Master of Education Merit Scholarship is available for all graduate students accepted into their respective program to apply. The application will be sent to students UVU accounts via ScholarshipUniverse. May be awarded $1000-$3000 up to four semesters. Funds must be used towards tuition, fees and books only. 

Additional Options to Help Cover Tuition

There are several resources available online which may provide additional options to help cover the cost of tuition. While UVU does not endorse any particular company, additional funding information may be found at one of the links below.

College Affordability Guide - Extensive financial aid guide including federal aid, public and private loans, payment plans, and more.

Go Grad - Financing Your Graduate Degree  Comprehensive list of scholarships and resources for writing a successful application.

Grow Your Own Grant -  

For more information contact Graduate Studies Academic Advisor:

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