Tuition Guarantee

Lock-In Your Tuition Rate from Day One

The Franklin University Tuition Guarantee locks-in your first-term tuition rate for the duration of your associate, bachelor’s or master’s degree program, for as long as you remain actively enrolled.* As a student-centered university in-tune with the financial challenges busy adults face when pursuing a degree, Franklin University is committed to keeping your degree within reach.

*Active enrollment is defined in Franklin University’s Academic Catalog as completing at least one term per year. 

Undergraduate Tuition

Franklin’s per credit hour rate for associate and bachelor’s degree coursework

Master’s Tuition

Franklin’s per credit hour rate for master’s degree coursework

M.S. in Nursing Tuition

Franklin’s per credit hour rate for M.S. in Nursing-Nurse Administrator and Nurse Generalist coursework

Pathway Portal Tuition

Franklin’s per credit hour rate for eligible students who transfer through the Pathway Portal

RN-BSN Tuition

Franklin’s per credit hour rate for B.S. in Nursing degree coursework

No Guesswork

As long as you remain actively enrolled, your tuition rate won’t change over the course of your program so you can accurately plan what you’ll pay - from your first class through graduation. 

Maximize Benefits. Minimize Debt.

The tuition guarantee gives you a big-picture view of your educational expenses so you can get the maximum benefit of employer-provided tuition benefits or scholarships, and reduce your out-of-pocket costs.

You’re in Control

While others remain concerned about the rising cost of a degree, by remaining actively enrolled, you eliminate the possibility of tuition increases and can stay focused on earning your degree. 

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.

Tuition Guarantee Frequently Asked Questions