Cost & Financial Aid

Tuition & Fees 2016-2017  
Online Undergraduate Tuition (per credit hour) $395
Online Graduate Tuition (per credit hour) $500
Undergraduate Enrollment Deposit (one-time fee, applied to overall tuition) $100
Graduate Enrollment Deposit (one-time fee, applied to overall tuition) $150
Transcript Fee (per transcript) $5
Graduation Fee $125

* Course materials not included.

FINANCIAL AID

Financial Aid for Culver-Stockton's Online Programs can come from the Federal Student Aid program or monthly payments may be made through Tuition Management Services (TMS).

To apply for Federal aid, please visit www.FAFSA.ed.gov for more information and an application.

Tuition Management Services (TMS) allows you to pay for your tuition in monthly payments. TMS is an interest-free monthly payment plan available for an annual enrollment fee. For more information or to apply for this service, please call (800) 722-4867 or visit www.afford.com.

Employer Tuition Reimbursement Program
Students who receive employer assistance must provide proof of employer’s intent to reimburse the student at the beginning of the undergraduate or graduate term. To demonstrate proof of intent, students must furnish copies of their employer’s reimbursement policy and a signed commitment from the entity’s human resources department on company letterhead. Mail or fax forms to the Financial Aid Office.

Culver-Stockton College
Financial Aid/ Employment Reimbursement
One College Hill, Canton, MO 63435
Fax: 573-288-6308

Payment Policy
Tuition is due in full at the time of registration (prior to the beginning of class). Students can make payments via cash, check, credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover), and/or Tuition Management Systems (TMS). Payments may be made via the campus portal, MyCulver.com, mailed, or made in person in the Student Financial Services Office. At the time a student formally registers for classes, either by signing and submitting the appropriate registration forms to the Registrar’s Office, or by registering online, the student agrees to: