Paying for School
Find out more about tuition rates and fees, financial aid options, and refunds if you withdraw from a class.
Students who pursue a degree via digital education may be eligible for financial aid, including scholarships, grants and loans.
The Office of Financial Aid at your home campus will answer your questions, provide information and help you find options to finance your education. Online students who are enrolled in a degree program, are enrolled at least half time, and who meet all other federal eligibility requirements, may also be eligible to receive federal student aid.
Each University of Nebraska campus also participates in the Yellow Ribbon Post 9/11 G.I. Bill program. For more information about military and veteran student resources and support, please visit our Military & Veteran Students page.
Financial Aid Services at each campus:
Tuition rates and fees for University of Nebraska programs are extremely competitive and represent a great value.
The cost of earning a degree from the University of Nebraska is very competitive with, and often far less than, other online institutions. Tuition costs vary depending on your student status and degree program.
Tuition and fees vary depending on the program. Some programs offer a Nebraska-resident tuition rate and a non-resident tuition rate.
Most courses have the following fees:
- Distance education fee
- Technology fee
- Library fee
Check the Tuition and Fees tab found in each program of study for specific information or visit the campus tuition pages for more information.
Students who withdraw from all University classes during a semester may be eligible to receive a refund of tuition and fees based on the date of withdrawal.
Financial Aid recipients, as well as the Financial Aid Office, may be required to return all or a portion of the aid disbursed to you and/or to your student account to the government and/or University programs. This could result in you owing the aid funds to the University, the government or both.
Withdrawing from courses is a serious consideration. Before taking any action, make sure you base your decision on a clear understanding of the steps required and the consequences of withdrawing from all classes by contacting your academic advisor, the Student Accounts office and the Financial Aid office of your campus.
University of Nebraska campus refund policies: