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Tuition, Aid, and Scholarships

Coming to Clayton State means investing in one of the most powerful tools you will ever have—a tool that will open doors and help you make lifelong connections: your degree. Earning it is how you will make that dream of yours a reality. As you review the tuition and fees, keep in mind that one of the ways Clayton State supports our students’ dreams is through access to financial aid, such as scholarships, loans, and grants.

Visit the Office of Financial Aid to apply for financial aid.

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are set by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. The financial aid cost of attendance includes estimated costs paid directly to the institution as well as indirect costs that you may incur associated with attending school. These estimated costs may not reflect your actual expenses.

See a breakdown of tuition costs from previous years.

Undergraduate

Estimated Cost of Full-Time, In-State Attendance 2017-2018

Tuition & Mandatory Fees: $6,312

Room & Board: $10,156

Books/Supplies: $1,222

Transportation: $570

Miscellaneous2: $2,500

Loan Fees: $134

Year Total: 20,894

View full tuition schedule for undergraduate students.

Graduate

Tuition and fees for graduate study vary by program. Access a list of tuition costs for each graduate program.

Use the tuition calculator to get a snapshot of your expenses.

Scholarships

Students can apply to a number of scholarships based on merit or need. Students entering as freshman, transfer and enrolled continuing students will be automatically considered for all eligible university-administered scholarships.

Access our online scholarship database and links to external private scholarships.