Tuition & Fees

Greensboro College is the place to be for a student-centered, liberal-arts experience. We offer a close-knit community, strong academic programs, and one-on-one faculty attention to develop you into a well-rounded, uniquely prepared professional and engaged human being ready to accomplish great things in the world. On top of it all, we’re defining the path to make our degree completion and career readiness more accessible and affordable. Learn more at Your Path Forward.

Undergraduate Costs

Based on a full-time schedule for the 2023-2024 academic school year. 

Direct Costs*

 All expenses billed are billed to you by the college

Tuition Cost$20,300$20,300
Room & Meal Plan$11,964N/A
Telehealth & Wellness Plan$100$100
Total Direct Cost for the 2023-24 Academic Year$32,364$20,400

*International student prices may vary. Please contact Randy Doss, Vice President for Enrollment, for more information at

Room and Meal Plan Charges

All listed charges are for the academic year and include an unlimited meal plan

Standard Double Room (includes sales tax)$11,964
Deluxe Double Room (includes sales tax)$13,040
Standard Private Room (includes sales tax)$17,348

Commuter Meal Plans

75 Block Meals with $75 Dining Dollars (includes sales tax)$707
50 Block Meals with $50 Dining Dollars (includes sales tax)$510

Additional Charges to Consider

Art Fees$50 – $115
Athletic Insurance Participation Fee: Fall 2023 Rate
Charged in the fall semester
Books and Supplies: Estimate per semester$300 – $600
Independent Study Fee$150
Magnus Health Account: One-time fee for new students$25
Music Lesson Fees: Per credit hour$300
Overload Fees: Per credit hour for any credit over 18 hours$630
Parking Pass: For residential and commuter students$220
Student Teaching Fee$150
Telehealth and Wellness Plan: Cost per semester$50
International Student Fee: Cost per semester$625
Study Abroad Fee: Cost per semester$250

Graduate, Adult and Professional Program Costs

Direct Costs 

All expenses billed are billed to you by the college

Adult Undergraduate
Tuition per credit hour
Tuition per credit hour
Online Programs
For all distance-education-only students per credit hour
$75 Technology fee per semester
OLM (Organizational Leadership & Management) Program 
Tuition per credit hour
*Additional fees will be assessed if enrolled in a non-OLM course
Piedment Alternative Licensure (PAL) Program
Tuition per credit hour
Tuition per credit hour or senior citizen per course

Additional Charges to Consider

Athletic Insurance Participation Fee: Fall 2023 Rate
Charged in the fall semester
Books and Supplies: Estimation per semester$300 – $600
Independent Study Fee$150
Music Lesson Fees: Per credit hour$300
Parking Pass for Commuter Students$220
Parking Pass for Evening Students$110
Student Teaching Fee$150

Teaching English to Speakers
of Other Languages Program (TESOL)

2023-2024 Academic Year

Tuition Cost (per credit hour)

Regularly enrolled students$368
Teacher exchange program students$348
Out-of-Country Online International Students$269

Additional fees will be assessed if enrolled in a non-TESOL course.

Military Tuition

Based on assistance rate eligibility. 


Air ForceActive Duty and Reserves
ArmyActive Duty, ARNG on Active Duty, Army Reserves
NavyActive Duty, Naval Reserves in AD Status
MarinesActive Duty
Coast GuardActive Duty, Reserves in AD Status

Military Costs for the 2023-2024 Academic Year

For all branches except Coast Guard
Allowance For Coast Guard$187.50
Covered Fees Enrollment, specific and computer fees
are covered for all branches
excluding Coast Guard

How To Apply 

Air Force and ArmyOnline Process
Navy and MarinesNETPDTC 1560
Coast GuardCG-4147

Refund Policies

Please refer to our Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Catalogs. The Refund Policy for classes that meet in sessions of eight weeks through 15 weeks of duration will include the Military Tuition Assistance refunds. Military Tuition Assistance refunds will be paid directly to the Military Service, not to the Service member, as follows:

  • If it is before the first day of the session in which the class is scheduled, 100% of the TA funds will be refunded.
  • If classes are canceled, 100% of the TA will be refunded.

After the beginning of classes, military students who officially completely withdraw of their own initiative will have their tuition prorated, according to the following schedule:

  • First day of class through the end of drop/add 85% adjustment
  • One to three days past the end of drop/add period 85% adjustment
  • Four to seven days past the end of drop/add period 50% adjustment
  • Eight to Eleven days past the end of drop/add period 25% adjustment
  • Twelve or more days past the end of drop/add period 0% adjustment

Cost of Attendance

The Office of Student Financial Services establishes standard budgets for students every year. These cost of attendance budgets represent our best estimate of what an average student attending Greensboro College may spend to attend for the entire academic year (fall and spring semesters).

Click here to view our 2023-24 Cost of Attendance Budgets.

Net Price Calculator

Incoming undergraduate freshmen can start planning for the upcoming academic year even if they have not received a financial aid offer by using our Net Price Calculator.

For the most accurate estimate, please complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and include Greensboro College’s school code: 002930. The Office of Student Financial Services will send you a breakdown of your financial aid offer and your estimated annual cost.

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“I loved the GC Honors program and Greensboro College. I felt safe and a sense of genuine belonging at the college. I worked closely with my thesis advisor and professors who helped inspire me to define my path and passion of interest. That path has led me to my doctoral studies in Engineering Mechanics.”

- Joshua Fitzgerald, Class of ’19, Mathematics Major

Joshua currently studies astrodynamics at Virginia Tech University and is an Engineering Mechanics Ph.D. Candidate.