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Tuition & Financial Aid

The University of Scranton is committed to providing accessible learning and a return on your educational investment. For the 10th consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report has listed Scranton among the nation’s “best values.”

To help fund your degree, we offer resources like military benefits and accept federal student aid for all students who qualify. To calculate your estimated total tuition, multiply the total number of credit hours by your program’s cost per credit.

Fill out the form, and we’ll get in touch to provide more details regarding the cost of your graduate education. You can also find more information below.

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Financial Aid

The University of Scranton’s financial aid professionals will make sure you have the tools you need to make decisions about financing your advanced degree or certificate. We’ll guide you through the process of applying for FAFSA, exploring military benefits or navigating your options as an international student — whatever you may need.

Visit your program’s Tuition page to learn more about tuition costs and your opportunities for financial aid. For questions regarding our Stafford Loan, Graduate PLUS Loan or Alternative Loan, you may contact a representative of the appropriate office by using the directory information below.

Financial Aid OfficeBursar’s Office
Office Hours:
Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

(570) 941-7701 or 1-888-SCRANTON

Fax: (570) 941-4370
Email | Financial Aid Office Website
Office Hours:
Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
(570) 941-4062 or 1-888-SCRANTON
Fax: (570) 941-7595
Email | Bursar’s Office Website


You may be eligible to receive financial aid through federal student loans or grants. Fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to find out what options are available to you. For more information on the FAFSA, please call toll-free 1-800-4-FED-AID.

To complete your FAFSA, you’ll be asked for The University of Scranton’s school code: 003384

Loan Programs

It’s important to explore options for funding your graduate school education. Students often take advantage of loan programs such as Federal Stafford Loans and Federal Graduate PLUS Loans. Many also look into alternative private loan programs.

Learn more about your options by requesting more information or calling us at (866) 373-9547.

Military Benefits

Scranton is proud to support the men and women who are serving or who have served our country. Veterans and those on active duty may benefit from the Yellow Ribbon Program and the Montgomery GI Bill®, which financially assist military personnel and their families as they continue their education.

Tuition Assistance (TA) for active duty, National Guard and Reserve Component Service members for voluntary off-duty education programs.

Learn more about benefits available to veterans at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

International Students

We welcome students from across the globe. Students may enroll in our online graduate programs while living outside of the U.S., however, they will be unable to qualify for federal financial aid.

International students can learn more about their options by contacting us at (866) 373-9547.

Employer Tuition Reimbursement

Many employers have tuition reimbursement programs in place to help employees continue their education and reach their full potential. When you earn an advanced degree, you can become a greater asset to your organization, putting your new skills to work and assuming new responsibilities.

Employers value those who are committed to the success of the company. If your employer doesn’t already have a tuition reimbursement program, the benefits listed below may help convince them. 

4 Ways an Online Degree Benefits You and Your Employer

1. You’ll Bring Expert Leadership to Your Workplace

After completing your graduate program, you can implement your enhanced leadership skills in your daily professional life. You’ll elevate not just yourself, but your teammates as well.

2. You Can Take on New Responsibilities

You’ll put your education to work right away with the ability to take on new tasks and roles in your workplace. Your employer’s investment in your education is also an investment in the company’s future.

3. You Can Study Without Leaving Your Job

Concerns may be raised about your studies taking you away from your job. Not to worry — your online program can be completed on your own schedule, so that you can receive your degree while continuing to excel in your professional capacity. 

4. You’ll Help Your Workplace Save Money

By supporting you in pursuing your graduate degree or certification, your employer will save money, as tuition costs typically fall well below the cost of interviewing, hiring and training someone else. The IRS also allows companies to write off tuition reimbursement for employees.

Tuition Calculator

Are you looking to estimate your total out-of-pocket cost, including tuition and financial aid? Our tuition calculator can help.*

At The University of Scranton, we’re committed to offering affordable, accessible, and high-quality online degree programs. We also believe in transparency, avoiding hidden costs whenever possible.

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*The Tuition Calculator is based on programmatic information provided by the University of Scranton and information you provide. All financial calculations should be taken as potential estimations and not actuals. These figures do not include additional fees and expenses (e.g., textbooks, technology fees, supplies, etc.). The use of this calculator is not an application for admission or financial aid. Please consult with an admissions team member to get a more accurate sense of total tuition or request additional information.