The Fall 2023 term will bring big changes for our undergraduate online students. In addition to soon-to-be-announced programs, the cost-per-credit will be reduced by 35%! That’s right, a cost reduction in higher education.
Beginning this Fall semester, undergraduate online cost-per-credit will drop from $580 to $375.
This means annual tuition for an average full-time (12+ credits) online student will fall from $13,920 to $9,000.
While there are a myriad of drivers behind the decision to reduce the cost-per-credit, the primary goal is to make a Christian college education more affordable. This has long been one of our biggest goals at Multnomah, and is why we also offer a free year of tuition to all first-year on-campus undergraduate students.
Here are three reasons this matters for potential Multnomah Online students:
- This makes a degree from a Christian college more affordable than ever
This price is lower than Grand Canyon University AND Liberty University
- We have excellent transfer student policies
You can now likely attend Multnomah for less than your current online college
- You can finish your degree FAST at Multnomah
Now at a much more affordable price point
For our students returning next Fall, this means your tuition next year will cost less than it does this year.
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