Understanding Tuition & Fees
Knowing tuition and fees related to going to UND means that you can plan a budget for the next 4-6 years. Look at the data here to understand how UND's price compares to other colleges and universities and if you need to prepare for a rise in tuition.
How do Fees & Tuition at UND Compare to Other Colleges?
For nationwide, regional and statewide comparisons, check out the following table to find out how UND compares to other colleges.
|Nationwide||The Plains States||North Dakota|
|Tuition and Fees||Average||Average||Expensive|
|In-State Tuition and Fees||Below Average||Inexpensive||Above Average|
In-State Students Will Get a Discounted Tuition
Tuition and fees at UND is lowered dramatically for students from North Dakota. Tuition and fees for in-state students is set at $8,447 for the 2017 - 2018 year, a 57.9% discount off the price charged to out-of-state students. Tuition is $6,946 and fees $1,501.
Out-of-state students at UND spent $20,047 in tuition and fees in 2017 - 2018. Of this total, $18,546 was the cost of tuition and $1,501 the cost of fees.
The subsequent table shows the expenses defined above for the 2017 - 2018 academic year.
For more information, click UND Cost Per Credit Hour.
Future Full-Time Tuition and Fees
Tuition and Fees for out-of-state students attending University of North Dakota increased with a typical yearly rate of 3.5% in the last five years. Over that same period, tuition increased by 3.7% and fees increased by 2.9%. Due to this, we predict the price of tuition and fees this year will be $20,741.
At this rate, we estimate the total cost of tuition and fees for a two year degree to be $42,199 and $87,368 for a four-year degree. This doesn't cover other charges including room and board, books, and transportation.
Take a look at this next chart to discern how UND tuition and fees may increase including residency based reductions in the years to come.
At most colleges you'll wind up paying out more in your final year of school than you will in your first. This is because of annual cost growth. It's good to be in the know!
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