Multnomah University



2015-2016 Tuition Costs

Grad School Courses - $540/credit
Online Courses - $475/credit
Audit Hours - $50/credit
Required Fees - $160 per semester

**All cost figures reflect a 2.9% increase for the 2015-2016 academic year. For prospective students in the 2015-2016 academic year, please contact an admissions or financial aid counselor for more information on tuition and fees.

Fee Stucture (per semester):

  Type Cost
  Student Government Association (required) $50.00
  Tech (required) $110.00

Financial Aid

  Type of Aid   Amount   Intended For   Additional Information   Deadline  
  Multnomah Grant   up to $3,000   Full-time students with financial need   Income restrictions apply; Complete financial aid process by deadline   New: 8/1
Current: 7/1
  Endowed Scholarship   $1,000   Returning full-time students with 2.5+ GPA   Income restrictions apply; Complete FAFSA & MyFinAid online application by deadline  


  MU Continuation Scholarship   $1000   Multnomah University (undergraduate) graduates enrolled in full-time graduate school.   Must have graduated in 2009 or later. Scholarship is renewable.      
  Campus Visit Scholarship   $500   Any full-time student who has participated in a "qualified visit" to Multnomah's Portland campus.   A "qualified visit" is determined by the Admissions and Financial Aid departments. Scholarship is not renewable.  Schedule a campus visit.       
  Johnson Teacher Ed Scholarship   Up to $5,000   MAT students with 3.0 GPA; must be continuously enrolled full-time (without gaps in attendance)   See brochure for details; a limited number of awards given annually   Fall:
  Stafford Loans - Unsubsidized   Up to $20,500   Students enrolled at least half-time   Accrues interest at rate of 6.21% (7/1/14-6/30/15); amount is limited by cost of attendance   ASAP  


Remember: A current FAFSA is required in order to receive any Multnomah or federal financial aid.