The King’s College assesses tuition cost on a per-credit charge basis, with a flat fee for students enrolled for 12-18 credit hours per semester. For information regarding how the charges and fees will appear on your bill see: Understanding Your Statement.

The costs below are for the 2019-2020 academic year.


For 12-18 credit hours $18,500 per semester. For less than 12 credits $1,590 per credit hour.

Student Activity Fee

Students Registered for 3+ credit hours $250 per semester
Summer Students All Summer Main Campus Students $100

Enrollment Deposit

New students are required to submit a $300 enrollment deposit (refundable through May 1st for fall enrollment, November 15th for spring enrollment) to secure their spot in the incoming class. The deposit will be credited toward first semester charges.

On-Campus Housing

Students living in apartments provided by the College will be charged $7,200 per semester. Students are required to submit a $200 housing deposit. The deposit will be credited toward first semester housing charges. See the Student Handbook for additional housing fees and fines that may apply.

Total Direct Cost of Attending The King’s College

The total costs will vary from student to student based upon the books and materials required for courses, the student’s personal lifestyle, and the distance the students must travel to and from the campus. For estimated Indirect Expenses, see ‘Cost of Attendance’.

Direct Expenses

Expense One Semester Two Semesters
Tuition (12-18 Credits) $18,500 $37,000
Student Activity Fee $250 $500
Total Direct Expenses $18,750 $37,500
Housing $7,200 $14,400
Total Direct Expenses with Housing $25,950 $51,900

Audit Fee

Students may audit courses with the permission of the Registrar and the professor on a space available basis. Auditors receive no credit for the course and must pay the appropriate fee. Although professors are not required to grade assignments submitted by auditors, they may, at their discretion, require regular attendance and completion of assignments. Matriculated students desiring to audit a course must be in academic good standing.

Matriculated Students taking 12 or more credits No Fee
Matriculated Students taking 11 credits or less $135 per course
The King’s College Alumni $350 per course
Non-Matriculated Students $600 per course

Other Fees

Add/Drop $70 per transaction
ID Card Replacement – 1st Time $45
ID Card Replacement – Additional Times $75
Late Payment $35 plus 1.5% of outstanding balance
Late Registration $200
Returned Check $100
Refund Check Replacement $100
Graduation $275
Official Transcript $15
Course Material Fees $15 to $200
Senior Thesis/Directed Study Exception Fee $1,100 (see below)
Housing Deposit $200
Diploma Replacement $100
Other Fines See Student Handbook

Senior Thesis and Directed Study Exception Fees

Students wishing to take directed study classes that are not a required part of their program will be charged an $1,100 exception fee. Students who elect to take courses as directed studies that are otherwise offered as regular courses will also be charged this fee, unless the College waives the fee for extenuating circumstances. Students wishing to complete a Senior Thesis who did not qualify to take one based on the GPA threshold will be charged an $1,100 Senior Thesis exception fee. Please confirm with the registrar’s office your eligibility to take directed study or senior thesis courses to determine if you will be charged the exception fee.

Online Courses

Matriculated Students

(Eligible for Federal Aid)

$550 per credit
Non-Matriculated Students

(May enroll in a maximum of 4 courses without matriculating, not eligible for financial aid.)

$900 per course

A technology fee of $165 per term will be charged to both full-time and part-time students.

For more information regarding online courses please visit the King’s Online section of our website.

Learn about Dual Enrollment and Becoming King’s.

For payment options visit: Paying Your Bill. For information on how tuition and fees will appear on your bill visit: Understanding Your Statement.