Tuition, Costs and Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is available
for many KU students. Learn more

The cost of an education is affordable at the University of Kansas. Any dollar amounts listed are general approximations provided as a guide only and are not an official quote of costs. These figures are based off academic year the 2016-2017 KU comprehensive fee schedule. This information is subject to change by the Kansas Board of Regents and the University of Kansas.

Kansas Resident

   

Graduate tuition – Kansas resident*

$413

per credit hour

Campus fees (spring & fall)

$458

per semester

Campus fees (summer)

$241

per semester

Background check

$56

one-time fee

Textbooks

$560

per year

Course fees

Lawrence

KU Medical Center

 

   

Non-Resident

   

Graduate tuition – non-resident*

$970

per credit hour

Campus fees (spring & fall)

$458

per semester

Campus fees (summer)

$241

per semester

Background check

$56

one-time fee

Textbooks

$560

per year

Course fees

Lawrence

KU Medical Center

Notes:

  • Students should also consider expenses for room and board, transportation and other needs.
  • Tuition and fees differ based on location at the KU Lawrence campus or the KU Medical Center campus. For purposes of this estimate, the higher campus rate was used in each situation. Students are assessed both campus fees if courses are taken in the same semester at both the Lawrence and Kansas City locations.
  • A drug screening may be required at clinical sites. More info

Opportunities for financial assistance are available for students in the Intercampus Program in Communicative Disorders.

Last modified: Jul 21, 2017

Application deadline:
December 10
Although applications may be submitted at any time, December 10 is the deadline for priority status as it aligns with funding and scholarship availability.

Students may enter this program in fall or spring semester.

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