There is 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, fees, books, supplies, and living expenses.

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Neumont University's Office of Financial Aid is available to help you understand the total cost of attendance, as well as all of your options for paying for college. The chart below covers our quarterly tuition cost before scholarships, loans, grants, or need-based aid.


Scroll through the information below to find out more about how tuition and fees are charged at Neumont University. Housing, laptop costs, books, supplies, and other fees may be rolled into a student's final financial aid package. 

Fee Type





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.


$1,770 to $2,500 

Estimated quarterly housing costs include access to laundry facilities, furnishings, utilities, and an on-site Resident Assistant. Housing rates vary depending on housing selection and number of roommates.



Estimated, one-time cost (may be funded through 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 academic success. Final laptop pricing may vary based on model, program, and date of purchase.

Books and Supplies:


Estimated cost 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 Fee:


Per quarter

Technology Fees:


Per quarter

Additional fees such as graduation, late registration, and/or course add/drop fees are published in the prevailing Course Catalog.


  • Presidential Scholarship: Merit award that covers up to 100% of tuition.
  • Achievement Scholarship: Merit-based award.
  • Access Grant: Need-based award.
  • Transfer Scholarship: For applicants with an associate's or bachelor's degree.
  • Utah Grant: For Utah residents only.
  • Outside Scholarship Match: Program for students awarded outside scholarships.

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Simply put, Neumont's concentrated quarter system lets you graduate sooner, get a job sooner, and start earning sooner. When it's all said and done, you come out ahead.


It's okay. Everyone has a gazillion questions about Financial Aid. It may seem overwhelming, but don't worry. Your Financial Aid Officer will take the time to explain it all at your pace.

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  1. Employment statistic is calculated using verified data for the 96% of 2010-2012 B.S. in Computer Science graduates who opted into Neumont’s Career Services Program.
  2. Salary statistic is calculated using data for the 98% of 2011-2012 B.S. in Computer Science graduates with verified employment and first-year compensation.
  3. Based on the 2010-2012 B.S. in Computer Science graduates with verified first-year compensation.
  4. Based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-13 Edition, 2010-2020 projected job growth. Neumont University verifies employment and first-year compensation by employers in writing. Neumont University does not guarantee employment or first-year compensation for future graduates.

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