Tuition & Fees

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Important Notice to Non-resident Students

We are restructuring our tuition rates for UCCS non-resident students – those who don’t qualify for lower tuition rates.

For undergraduate non-resident students, starting in Fall 2014, the tuition rates will be strictly linear, based on the number of enrolled credit hours. For example, a non-resident freshman will be charged $675 per enrolled credit-hour. Prior to Fall 2014, the tuition rates for undergraduate non-resident students were strictly linear up until 10 and after 15 credit hours of enrollment. Between 10 and 15 credits, there was no increase in the tuition rates. For example, in Fall 2013, a non-resident freshman enrolled in 15 credit hours was charged $8694, the same as a non-resident freshman enrolled in 10 credit hours.

For graduate non-resident students, starting in Fall 2014, the tuition rates will be mostly linear, based on the number of enrolled credit hours. For example, a non-resident business graduate will be charged about $1074 per enrolled credit-hour. Prior to Fall 2014, the tuition rates for graduate non-resident students were mostly linear up until 10 and after 15 credit hours of enrollment. Between 10 and 15 credits, there was little increase in the tuition rates. For example, in Fall 2013, a non-resident business graduate enrolled in 15 credit hours was charged $10824, only $116 more than a non-resident business graduate enrolled in 10 credit hours ($10708).

Please review the new rate tables by clicking on the semester links above, or use our Bill Estimator to determine how this change may affect you.

Related Links - Billing
  • Estimate Your Bill - Tuition is only a portion of your total bill for a semester. Mandatory fees are also charged. So if you would like to estimate your total costs for the upcoming semester, select "Estimate Your Bill" below. You can also see a list of Mandatory and Course-Specific fees by selecting "Student Forms" below.
  • Important Billing Dates and Deadlines
  • College Opportunity Fund (COF) - The College Opportunity Fund has already begun, and it affects most undergraduate students who are Colorado-residents. If you need more info about COF and the application for the COF stipend, go to the College Opportunity Fund (COF) FAQ Website.
  • Student Online Center - This is the website where you can pay your bill, get your balance, or view your itemized statement.
  • Course Information Center - Important information about registration, course schedules, add/drop procedures, etc.