You are financially and academically responsible for all courses in which you are registered. UCCS will not remove you from your current term courses if you fail to pay your fees. If you have registered and will not be attending, you must withdraw your registration.
Tuition rates vary depending on degree or certificate program. The total program cost for a degree or certificate will be higher for students that have not previously satisfied prerequisite requirements.
Other course materials, including textbooks, may be required for purchase and typically costs $150-$300 per course. Students are responsible for providing their own computer and internet access.
Tuition rates are subject to change, updates take effect each Fall semester. Other course fees may apply.
A 3rd party sponsor payment/scholarship is a person or group not related to you who makes a commitment to pay your educational expenses when billed by UCCS. Third party sponsor payments/scholarships are subject to the same federal reporting requirements as other financial aid.
Military tuition benefits come with many restrictions, so it important to check with your education office to see if these classes are approved by your command. Students using the Post 9/11 GI Bill must be enrolled in at least one on-ground class in order to receive their full housing allowance. Students taking all online courses will receive a reduced housing rate. Please see post 9/11 GI bill information and UCCS tuition FAQ for more information on the Post 9/11 GI Bill.
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