Prospective Online Students
Costs & Aid
Continuing your education is an investment in your future.
Tuition rates and fees for University of Nebraska distance education programs are extremely competitive and represent a great value.
Tuition and fees vary depending on the program. Most programs offer a Nebraska-resident tuition rate and a non-resident tuition rate. Most courses have a:
- Distance education fee
- Technology fee
- Library fee.
For information about tuition and fees for any University of Nebraska program, click on the degree, certificate or endorsement program you are interested in and then select the Tuition and Fees tab.
Students who pursue a degree via distance education may be eligible for financial aid, including scholarships, grants and loans.
The Office of Financial Aid at your home campus will answer your questions, provide information and help you find options to finance your education. Online students who are enrolled in a degree program, are taking at least 6 credits per semester, and who meet all other federal eligibility requirements, may also be eligible to receive federal student aid.
Contact financial aid services at your home campus:
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Make $1 Million
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the average income of an individual with a bachelor's degree is $47,000, compared to $27,500 for a high school diploma.
Over a lifetime, that's a difference of almost $1 million.