Tuition and Fees Charts

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2024-25 Tuition and Fees

Effective May 1, 2024.

  • Undergraduate, On-Campus
    Tuition & Basic Costs, Per Semester
    1 through 11 hours, per hour $800
    12 through 19 hours (full-time) $12,800
    Over 19 hours, per hour $625
    Slingshot course materials, part-time 1 through 11 hours, per hour $40
    Slingshot course materials (full-time) $400
    Housing $2,700
    Premium Housing $3,375
    Single Room $4,350
    Married Housing (per month) $875
    Commuter Meal Plan $225
    Meals (20 meals per week) $3,225
    Health Services Fee $100
    Total: Full-Time Commuting Student $13,125
    Total: Full-Time Resident Student $18,825
    Summer Session
    Tuition, per hour $525
    Laboratory fee (science courses) $100
    Summer Housing per week $125

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  • Undergraduate, Online
    Tuition & Fees, Per Semester
    Degree Program Tuition, per hour* $395
    Technology Fee, Degree Programs $110
    Certificate Tuition, per hour $295
    Slingshot course materials, per hour $40
    * Criminal Justice, per hour (first-responder rate)  $250
    Application for Experiential Learning (Category I only) $450
  • Graduate
    Graduate Tuition and Fees, By School
    Biomedical Science, per hour $849
    Business, per hour $525
    Christian Ministry, Master’s, per hour $415
    Christian Ministry, Doctoral (including leveling courses), per hour $460
    Education, Master’s, per hour $415
    Education, Doctoral, per hour $510
    Human Resource Management, Master’s, per hour $525
    Music Education, per hour $415
    Organizational Leadership, Master’s, per hour $525
    Technology Fee, per term $110
    Graduate Certificate Tuition, per hour  Discounted from program rate by $100 per hour
    Auditing a Graduate Course, per hour  $250
    PA Medicine, per semester*  $18,850*
    Slingshot course materials per hour  $40

    *The PA program has a different cost structure. Refer to the PA Tuition page for full details.

Types of Costs and Examples for Traditional Degrees

Direct Costs vs. Indirect Costs 

Components in the cost are divided into two categories: the direct costs that are billed by the University, and the indirect costs of living. When we calculate eligibility for financial aid, we account for bothtypes of costs. 

Direct Costs (Billed by NGU)

  • Tuition
  • Fees
  • On-campus housing and meal plans

Indirect Costs (Paid by the Student):

  • Off-campus housing and food
  • Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment
  • Transportation
  • Personal expenses

Cost of Attendance Examples 

2024-2025 Academic Year 
These figures are based on estimated expenses for a student enrolled in the fall and spring of the 2024-2025 academic year. 
For all traditional undergraduate programs, tuition is $800 per credit. However, students enrolled between 12-19 credits in a semester are charged a flat rate of $25,600

Full-Time Student Living On or Off Campus

Direct Costs
Tuition$25,600
Fees$200
Standard Housing$5,400
Food$6,450
Subtotal$37,650
Indirect Costs
Books, Supplies, & Equipment$1,600
Transportation*$2,450
Personal Expenses$2,520
Loan Fees**$68
Cost of Attendance$44,288
*NGU will add an additional transportation allowance of $470 for students who are living off campus. 
*NGU will add an additional personal expense allowance of $220 for students who are living off campus. 
**A 1.057% origination fee is taken out at disbursement of Federal Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized loans. The $68 listed above is the average fee for undergraduate students who borrow these loans. Actual fees will depend on the amount borrowed. 

Full-Time Student Living at Home

Direct Costs
Tuition$25,600
Commuter Food$450
Subtotal$26,050
Indirect Costs
Housing$5,600
Food$2,763
Books, Supplies, & Equipment$1,600
Transportation$2,920
Personal Expenses$2,020
Loan Fees*$68
Cost of Attendance$41,021
*A 1.057% origination fee is taken out at disbursement of Federal Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized loans. The $68 listed above is the average fee for undergraduate students who borrow these loans. Actual fees will depend on the amount borrowed. 
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