Undergraduate Tuition & Fees — Summer 2023 Classes

Students are charged per credit hour up to 14 hours; any credit accumulation of 15 hours or more will be charged a flat tuition rate of $4,895 (in-state). The credit hour rate for undergraduate students (in-state) is $326. For complete information on graduate tuition and fees, as well as out-of-state tuition and undergraduate costs, go to the Bursar's Office website.

Financial Aid

Students who need assistance in paying for summer school can work with the Office of Student Financial Aid to secure funds for financing their education. The priority deadline for applying for student financial aid for summer school is April 1, 2024. Students submitting applications by this date should know their summer aid prior to the beginning of Maymester. Full Details »

HOPE and Zell Miller Scholarships

As in previous years, students can use the HOPE Scholarship to help pay for summer classes. Completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Financial Aid is NOT required for students applying for HOPE and Zell Miller scholarships, but completion of the FAFSA form is required for students applying for federal student financial aid such as Federal Pell Grants, Federal Work Study and Federal Direct Student Loans. Students who already have a GSFApps Application on file are not required to complete a new one. Additional information about financial aid can be found on the Office of Student Financial Aid website.


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