Tuition & Fees

Franklin Tuition Costs

At Franklin, we make details about our costs straightforward and easy to find - with no fine print. Find detailed information about our costs below.

Student Financial Services

Educational Costs

Unlike some institutions, our tuition rates are WYSIWYG, (what-you-see-is-what-you-get), representing the total cost per hour with no hidden fees like parking and no extra expenses for student services.

Tuition Guarantee

Free Yourself from Tuition Increases

Know the total cost of your degree from day one with Franklin’s Tuition Guarantee. By remaining actively enrolled, you’ll lock-in your tuition rate for the duration of your associate, bachelor’s or master’s program. This fixed tuition rate helps you accurately plan your educational expenses so you can maximize funding sources and minimize out-of-pocket costs.

See How Franklin Fits Your Budget

Take the Guesswork Out of Paying for Your Degree

Learn how the cost of a degree at Franklin University will impact your finances with our cost estimate calculator. From funding sources to education expenses, you’ll get a comprehensive view of the variables that can alter the bottom line.

Flexible Payment Options

Franklin offers you several convenient ways of paying for college tuition, including monthly payment installments, deferred payment plans, and employer reimbursement. 

Payment Options

Cost of Attendance

Estimate costs for your education and living expenses using our sample student budget.

The Cost of Attendance (COA) is the estimated cost for you to attend Franklin University during the award year. Your COA estimate may include such costs as:

  • Tuition and fees
  • Living Expenses
  • Books and supplies
  • Transportation
  • Personal and miscellaneous expenses

Other costs that are allowed but not built into your budget include: child care, elder care or a computer purchase. To include these items in your budget, please submit costs and supporting documentation to Franklin’s Financial Aid Office.

View a Sample Student Budget

COA estimates are for information only and are used to determine your financial aid eligibility and estimated costs associated with attending Franklin University.  

If you have filed the 2023-24 FAFSA and have received your Offer Letter, please refer to the first page of your letter for the appropriate year to obtain your actual cost of attendance.
If you have NOT filed the FAFSA, the following COA models can be used to determine a best estimate of your educational expenses:

2023-2024 Cost of Attendance Examples


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