Tuition & Fees

At Concord University, 97 percent of degree-seeking undergraduate students receive some type of grant or scholarship. The average amount of scholarships/grants awarded to undergraduate students is $10,461. (Based on data submitted to IPEDS for aid year 2021-2022.)

Undergraduate Tuition (Fall 2023 – Spring 2024)

In-State Out-of-State Tuition Reduction
Tuition $9,100 $20,000 $16,000
Housing (double occupancy)* $5,474 $5,474 $5,474
Food (all access meal plan) $5,400 $5,400 $5,400
Total $19,974 $30,874 $26,874
Part-time per credit hour $380 $834

Undergraduate Tuition (Summer 2024)

Tuition $380/credit hour
Housing (double occupancy)* $856
Food (all access meal plan) $844

International Tuition & Fees (Fall 2023 – Spring 2024)

Tuition $20,000
Housing (double occupancy)* $5,474
Food (all access meal plan) $5,400
Total $30,874

Graduate Program Tuition (Fall 2023-Summer 2024)

In-State Out-of-State Virtual
Tuition (per credit hour) $543 $947 $543

*North Tower, South Tower, and Mill Street apartment residents will be assessed an additional Residential Capital Improvement Fee in the amount of $458.00 per year. Summer terms will be assessed a prorated amount for each term

*Currently, the flat tuition rate for the Master of Arts in Teaching Program is $15,840. This includes all tuition and fees.

An additional University fee will be assessed upon enrollment. The fee varies depending on the level of enrollment as identified in the special charges of the Academic Catalog.

Each semester, books are assessed at $23 per credit hour if participating in the Follett Access Program. If a student “opts out” of the Follett Access Program, they can expect to pay an estimated $550 per semester for books when purchasing them on their own.

There is a one-time $85.00 New Student Fee and a one-time $50.00 Graduation Fee, when applicable.