Cost

What It Costs

We know college can be expensive. As a result, we strive to keep the cost of your education as low as possible. With the same tuition rate of regular classroom courses, we are one of the best values locally and regionally.

In addition, we are constantly working with academic departments and the Campus Store to reduce or eliminate the cost of textbooks and other learning materials. Take these savings and apply them to your next class or degree, or perhaps a reward for accomplishing your educational goals. You deserve it.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid
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Scholarships

Scholarship Opportunities
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Cost Comparison

The following costs are based upon 2017-18 tuition/fee rates for undergraduate, Utah resident full-time enrollment (12 credits) for a given semester. Additional DSU tuition and fee information.

Institution Semester Cost
Arizona State University* $5,880 – $7,500
Dixie State University  $2,900
Northern Arizona University $4,406
Southern Utah University $3,558
University of Utah $4,450
UNLV** $10,088
Utah State University $3,587
Utah Valley University $2,826
Weber State University*** $2,856

*Depends on program offering ($490-633 per credit hour)

**Includes non-resident fee of $7,094.

***An additional differential fee applies to certain business programs ($60/credit).

Online Delivery Fee

To improve your learning experience and access to services and offerings, a new online delivery fee ($30/credit) is applied for all online classes effective Fall 2017. Feedback and input regarding the need/use of the fee was facilitated with student leaders, various university committees and councils, and was unanimously approved by the DSU Board of Trustees. This fee is essential is providing the necessary infrastructure to ensure that your online learning experience is of high quality.

For additional information about the fee or to address other related questions, please reference the information provided below.

Online Fee Information