Tuition & Financial Aid
Earning a degree costs money. The School of Professional & Continuing Studies offers a valuable University of Richmond education at competitive rates for graduate studies, undergraduate studies, and professional development for educators.
Tuition, Fees and Refunds
Parking permits are inexpensive ($50 per year) and allow parking in several convenient lots on campus. Many faculty and staff lots are open for commuter parking after 6:00 p.m. on weekdays, increasing the number of lots available for Professional & Continuing Studies students.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Degree-seeking students may qualify for financial aid and/or SPCS scholarships and can utilize the University of Richmond’s Financial Aid Office. Merit-based scholarships, need-based aid, Virginia Tuition Assistant Grant (VTAG) and loans are some of the resources available to qualified applicants. And the University’s installment plan allows you to spread tuition payments over several months.
Note: The website of the University Controller provides the University’s authoritative schedule of fees and refunds in addition to information information about payment options and our installment payment plan.
Tuition and Fees
|Degree Program Schedule of Fees||2017-18|
|Undergraduate Course Tuition||per semester hour||$480|
|Graduate Course Tuition||per semester hour||$600|
|Educator Graduate Course Tuition (professional development)||per semester hour||$267|
|Student Teaching Tuition (12 semester hours)||Undergraduate
|Prior Learning Portfolio Application Fee||per portfolio||$200|
|Prior Learning Portfolio Tuition||per hour awarded||$300|
|Late Payment Fees
Payment due by 5pm Monday, 1st day of term
|Balance < $500
Balance ≥ $500
|Parking Permit||per year||$50|
|Graduation Fee||one-time charge||$50|
Schedule of Refunds
|Withdrawal on or before the first day of class||100%|
|Withdrawal during the first week of classes||100%|
|Withdrawal during the second week of classes||70%|
|Withdrawal during the third week of classes||50%|
|Withdrawal during the fourth week of classes||25%|
|Withdrawal during the fifth week of classes||25%|
|Withdrawal during the sixth week of classes||25%|
|Withdrawal after the sixth week of classes||None|