Tuition and Financial Aid for Adult Students

Tuition and Financial Aid for Adult Students

Tuition: Spring, Summer, Fall 2021
Calculating your School of Professional Studies program cost just got a LOT easier. We’ve made course credits and costs level across your program (for both online and face-to-face), and we’ve eliminated fees. The result? You know exactly what your tuition bill will look like.

Certificate/Minor$1500/course (unit)None
Undergraduate Degrees$1500/course (unit)None
Graduate Degree$1975/course (unit)None

Financial Aid Options for Adult Students

In order to take advantage of all possible financial aid, students need to file the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. The Albright College FAFSA Code is 003229. Additionally, students can also file with the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) to see if they qualify for state grants.

Undergraduate Scholarships

In addition to federal and state support, Albright College offers scholarship assistance for adult students. Students will be eligible for one scholarship as multiple awards are not stackable.

  • Applicants who can show membership in Phi Theta Kappa at any school are also eligible for a $3,500 scholarship.
  • Albright College offers a $2,800-3,500 based on academic merit.
  • Any applicant with an associate degree from a partner community college is eligible for up to a $2,800 scholarship.


Albright College: Who Are We?

Founded in 1856, Albright College offers a flexible curriculum and close faculty mentorship for a return on investment that far outpaces the pack. Earn your degree at an accelerated pace while networking with people from different backgrounds at one of the most diverse colleges in the country. Go confidently into a new career and exceed your own expectations at Albright College.