Tuition & Fees

Graduate school is a big investment. We try hard to make it manageable.

At the Graduate School of Social Work we make every effort to ensure a quality program that is also affordable. 

If you have concerns, speak with our financial aid counselors to discuss your options. Work study and veterans benefits through the G.I. bill are also available.

Below you’ll find your program’s tuition & fees. Your tuition accounts and the College’s receivables are maintained by the Office of the Bursar. This includes reviewing charges and payments, issuing refunds, collection activities, and providing support and guidance to create a seamless experience for our students. We’re here to help you! If you have any questions, please email us at or call (844) 868-7666.

Important information and links:

  • Students are responsible for tuition and fees each semester.
  • You will not be sent a bill! Learn how to access your account activity and pay your bill on the "How to make a payment" page.
  • Review the refund policy prior to dropping or withdrawing from a course.
  • Your financial aid can impact your tuition refund. Enroll in direct deposit and receive your refund faster.
2024-2025 Tuition & Fees
Tuition $855 per credit
Application Fee $60 - non-refundable (NOTE: If you attend an open house the application fee is waived)
Tuition for Non-Matriculated Students $440 per credit, non-matriculated only
Administrative Fee $200 per semester (Spring, Summer & Fall), non-refundable
Technology Fee $100 per semester (Fall & Spring)
Instructional Fee $400 per semester
Transcript Fee $10 per transcript
Returned Check Fee $40
Maintenance of Status Fee $50 per semester - if you need to take an official leave of absence or decide not to register for classes in (a) given semester(s)
Graduation Fee $200

Please note that a $100 late fee will be incurred each month, starting after the add/drop period, if your balance is not paid in full or you do not enroll in a payment plan.

Tuition and fees are subject to change annually. The Touro University Board of Trustees reserves the right to change the fee schedule without prior written notice.

Cost of Attendance

Along with tuition, students should estimate the overall cost of completing an academic year - or the Cost of Attendance (COA) - in your program.

The COA – or student budget – not only lets you see the big picture costs of your degree, but also serves to determine your financial needs and the amount of aid (federal loans and scholarships) for which you may qualify.

COA includes:

  • Direct costs expenses that are paid directly to the University, such as tuition, fees, and on-campus housing and food.
  • Indirect costs expenses not paid directly to the University, such as off-campus housing and food, transportation, personal expenses, books, and supplies.

Your COA, and subsequent financial aid eligibility, is determined and calculated based on the academic year (semesters you are enrolled in classes).

While not specific to your circumstance, consider the information below as a sample Cost of Attendance for the Graduate School of Social Work program.*

Estimated Cost of Attendance, 2024-2025

Full-time 9 credits (Summer, Fall, and Spring semesters)





Total Annual Tuition & Fees




Living Expenses






Books & Supplies


Loan Origination Fee


Computer Allowance (First Semester)


Total Estimated Indirect Costs




Total Estimated Annual COA


*Indirect Costs reflect average surveyed costs for housing, food, transportation, personal, and miscellaneous expenses. Your individual costs may be higher or lower especially when considering costs for housing.

**The information in the charts above is for illustration purposes only and may not reflect the actual costs a student may incur as a student. Tuition and fees are subject to change annually. The Touro University Board of Trustees reserves the right to change the tuition and fee schedule without prior written notice.