There are a diverse range of need, credit, and merit-based financial aid programs available to those who qualify to help students cover up to 100% of their complete cost of attendance including tuition, books and fees, and living expenses. Neumont does not charge out-of-state tuition.
tuition and fees
Per quarter based on full-time enrollment of 10 quarters (12 quarters for the BS in Software and Game Development program). Tuition is $495 per unit for undergraduate students carrying fewer than 12 units per a term.
|Housing||$1,410||Quarterly housing costs include: a shared 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment (two students per room) with access to laundry facilities, furnishings, utilities, and an onsite Resident Assistant. Housing costs are subject to an annual increase each January. Neumont strongly advises all students to live in NU housing during their first year of attendance.|
|Laptop||$2,000||Estimated, one-time cost (may be rolled into a student's financial aid package). All students are required to purchase a Neumont student laptop which comes equipped with the necessary software and warranty to ensure your academic success. Final laptop pricing may vary based on model, program, and date of purchase.|
|Books and Supplies||$360||Estimated costs per quarter. Actual pricing may vary by quarter, program, and available options. The cost of books and supplies may be rolled into a student's financial aid package.|
|Activities and Technology Fees||$500||Per quarter.|
|Graduate Tuition||$550||Per quarter credit hour.|
|Additional fees such as graduation, late registration, and/or course add/drop fees as published in the prevailing Course Catalog. All incoming students are also required to pay a $35 Application Fee and $100 Registration Fee.
UNDERSTANDING YOUR TUITION INVESTMENT
A college education is the most important investment you can make in your future. And, like any investment, it can be complicated to understand the true costs and returns. When you look at the chart below and do the math, you'll see that Neumont's tuition is comparable to other four-year institutions. And, when you consider the fact that you'll earn your Bachelor's degree almost two years sooner, you'll see that a Neumont education is a superior value.
UNDERSTANDING YOUR FINANCIAL AID OPTIONS
Most students access some form of financial aid in order to pay for their Neumont education, and financial aid is available for those who qualify. As an accredited university, Neumont offers the standard range of financial options including need- and merit-based aid, federal grants and loans, and private lending options*. Click here to learn more about paying for college options.
All applicants are reviewed for scholarships based on information provided within their application for admission. We encourage you to submit your application for admission early as Merit scholarships are upon acceptance. Neumont awards scholarships based on academic merit, life experience, and a number of other factors.
4. B.S. in Software and Game Development is a 12-quarter program, with a total tuition investment of $86,400. 5. 4-Year private university tuition is calculated by subtracting estimated fees of $1,500 (based on average Neumont fees) from the 2011-12 average published tuition and fees of $28,500 for private nonprofit four-year institutions, as reported in Trends in College Pricing 2011 issued by the College Board, www.collegeboard.org.