Tuition & Financial Aid
The value of a Kingston University education can be measured in many ways—from professional benefits like increased earning power to greater marketability in the workforce.
Your education is an investment and one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Enrollment counselors at Kingston will discuss your estimated total costs and provide options for financing and reducing tuition costs through transfer credit and reimbursement programs.
The Kingston University approach offers you the flexibility you require to plan your education in a manner that enables you to best balance your family, work, and education commitments. This flexible approach to tuition at Kingston University sets us apart and is a reflection of our dedication to putting your success at the forefront of everything we do.
We have many different options available to help pay for your education, from loans to grants and other tuition benefit programs depending on your specific eligibility.
Tuition rates and fees vary by institution and/or course. Please view our Guide to know information on tuition rates. Kingston University reserves the right to add or change any of the fees or charges listed in the Guide at any time without prior written notice.
It is the student's responsibility to apply for and submit all forms required by the Financial Aid Office and be aware of deadlines for submission. Additional information regarding financial aid may be found in the Financial Aid section.
Details are available when you call 1-716-393-1133