Tuition & Savings
Kaplan University offers you higher education programs at a competitive price, with textbooks and course materials included in the cost of tuition for undergraduate degree programs.
You and your immediate family members can take advantage of a tuition grant for all programs. You could save even more through credits awarded from your prior learning.[disclaimer]
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Our Tuition Cap Lowers the Cost of Your Education
At Kaplan University, we are constantly searching for ways to help students seek a brighter future, and that includes making sure our tuition costs are as low as possible. That is why we are introducing the Kaplan University Tuition Cap on select programs for new students.
How it works: When you enroll in a participating Tuition Cap program at Kaplan University, your tuition will be capped, ensuring that you only pay a fixed amount for your education.[disclaimer]
Once you hit your cap, you will no longer have to make any payments for the rest of your education at Kaplan University, even if you have to retake a course, as long as you meet and maintain all enrollment requirements for the Kaplan University Tuition Cap program.
Why it helps: Not only will you know exactly how much your education will cost when you enroll, but our Tuition Cap will also help you save 33%* off the total cost of your tuition. It’s part of our promise to help make college education more accessible and more affordable.
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You and your immediate family members are not eligible to combine the Tuition Cap and the corporate alliance tuition grant. Prospective students should choose the option that gives them the best financial benefit. For complete details, including eligibility, associated fees, and how prior learning credits impact the cost of attendance, contact an Admissions Advisor.
*Per-credit tuition reductions are based on standard tuition rate of $371.00 multiplied by the number of credits required to complete the degree.
Tuition for U.S. Military and Veteran Students
Kaplan University is proud to support our military and veterans in their educational pursuits by offering various military-friendly services and significantly reduced tuition.
- Current servicemembers, including Guard and Reserve, receive a 55% per-credit tuition reduction for undergraduate programs, and a 17% to 30% per-credit tuition reduction for graduate programs. Technology fees are waived for undergraduate programs.
- Veterans receive a 38% per-credit tuition reduction for undergraduate programs and a 14% per-credit tuition reduction for graduate programs.
- Spouses of servicemembers receive a 10% tuition reduction on all programs. In addition, we offer a military family scholarship to further assist military spouses and their dependent children.
- Kaplan University has joined forces with the American Freedom Foundation to develop a scholarship program that benefits family members of current and prior U.S. military service personnel and Department of Defense (DoD) civilian employees and their family members (spouses and dependents). For scholarship requirements and additional information, visit aff.kaplan.edu.
Kaplan University’s continued focus on the needs of the military student has resulted in recognition from various publications and rating services. In addition, Kaplan University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC). For more information, visit their website at hlcommission.org.
You may apply for one of Kaplan University's scholarships that are awarded to eligible students, who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents, to help pay for a Kaplan University education. Note: Kaplan University Scholarships cannot be combined with Kaplan University tuition grants. An Advisor will work with you to determine the best option for you: the tuition grant or one of our scholarships.
Kaplan University can help find a financial solution that is right for you. Available options include federal grants and federal, state, and private lending programs, including military financial aid. Learn more about federal grants, Stafford loans, and PLUS loans. Note: International students are not eligible to receive federal financial aid.