Online BS in Cybersecurity Tuition & Financing

Tuition and Financing at Champlain College Online

Tuition Rates for Undergraduate Programs

Tuition for our undergraduate degree and certificate programs varies based on your student status (part-time or full-time) and the number of transfer credits you are bringing in. Below we've outlined our tuition to help you determine your costs each semester. If you are an active duty military service member, spouse or adult dependent click here to find out about our special tuition for you. 

Tuition Rates (Academic Year Fall 2017 - Summer 2018)

Tuition LevelPer CreditPer CoursePer Semester
Part-time Tuition
(Less than 12 credits/semester)
$640$1,920Varies by number of credits taken
Full-time Tuition
(12 or more credits/semester)
Overload Tuition (Spring/Fall)
(>33 credits/Spring & Fall semesters)**
N/AN/A$7,680 plus $641/credit for 33+ credits
Overload Tuition (Summer)
(>18 credits/semester)**<
N/AN/A$7,680 plus $641/credit for 18+ credits

*Based on a 3-credit course; cost will vary if course is a different number of credits

**If a student changes to part-time status (less than 12 credits) once the semester begins, there will not be a reduction in the tuition and fees outlined above.

Course Load and Credit Policy

Students enrolled in a Champlain College Online program who wish to take more than 9 credits in an accelerated 7-week term (or 18 credits in a semester), must have a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and contact their academic advisor for permission.


Many of our courses use articles, journals and free ebooks for required reading instead of textbooks; instructors utilize Champlain College's free digital library to hold books and articles for students to access. Some of our courses do, however, require you to purchase books. To find out if your course has books you need to purchase, simply enter your course information (course and section number) into the campus bookstore website to see if there are any books listed. Remember, if you are receiving financial aid you may use your aid toward the purchase of books.


FeePer CoursePer SemesterOne-Time-Fee
Graduation Fee* -  - $150 applied in your last term prior to graduation

*For those graduating with an Associate, Bachelor's or Master's degree

Cost of Attendance

The cost of attendance listed below represents an estimate of the total costs associated with attending Champlain College for three semesters.  The budget includes tuition (which is the only item you will be billed for), an estimate for the purchase of books, average loan fees and a standard monthly allowance for living expenses. Full-time enrollment is defined as 12 credits per semester.  

Part-TimeSummer 2017Fall 2017Spring 2018
Living Expenses ($1,325 per month)$5,300$5,300$5,300
Average Loan Fees$96$96$96

Example assumes enrollment in 6 credits per semester (3 credits each mini-session), each semester is 4 months.

*To calculate tuition for enrollment other than 6 credits, multiply your enrolled credits by $641 per credit for Summer 17 and $640 per credit for Fall 17 and Spring 18.

Full-TimeSummer 2017Fall 2017Spring 2018
Tuition, flat rate$7,697.50$7,680$7,680
Living Expenses ($1,325 per month)$5,300$5,300$5,300
Average Loan Fees$96$96$96

Example assumes enrollment in 12 credits per semester (6 credits each mini-session), each semester is 4 months.

Financing Your Education

Whether your are paying for college on your own, using financial aid or military benefits, or have an opportunity to use employer reimbursement, you'll want to explore the following pages to learn more:

Paying for College

Financial Aid

Refund Policy