Tuition and Financial Aid
Personalized financial aid packages
Did you know that most people are eligible for federal student aid? Schedule a visit after October 1 (including Open House) and we’ll help you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)!
We’ll work with you and your family to make a Unity College education affordable. In fact, we help approximately 90% of our students with the cost of their education by preparing personalized financial aid packages.
Unity College Flagship: Undergraduate Tuition and Cost of Attendance
Here are the basic costs to attend Unity College Flagship for the 2019–2020 academic year:
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View costs to find out additional cost estimates, such as for books and personal expenses, as well as payment plan options.
Use our net price calculator to estimate both the cost of attending Unity College and the financial aid for which you might qualify.
Unity College Distance Education: Undergraduate Tuition and Cost of Attendance
Cost per credit hour
Undergraduate courses cost $470 per credit hour.
Unity College Distance Education: Graduate Tuition and Cost of Attendance
Cost per credit hour
Graduate courses cost $870 per credit hour. Because each course is three (3) credits, that is $2,610 per course.
Note: Books and materials are not included in the credit hour cost and must be purchased separately.
Our Financial Aid Office is ready to help you finance your Unity College education. We have many financial aid options. More information about Financial Aid for degrees in Distance Education can be found here.
2.Review our financing options to find the one that suits your needs.
3.Research outside financial aid resources to discover additional opportunities for tuition aid.
4.When you’re ready to apply for financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
How is financial aid determined?
Your financial aid need is determined by subtracting your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from the Cost of Attendance (COA) at Unity College.
Financial Aid Need = Cost of Attendance – Expected Family Contribution
Your Expected Family Contribution is calculated from the information you report on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), according to a formula established by federal law. Your Cost of Attendance is the amount it will cost you to attend Unity College, including tuition and fees, room and board, transportation, books and supplies, and an allowance for personal expenses.
The Federal Student Aid Office provides a comprehensive look at how your eligibility for federal financial aid is determined.
After you submit your FAFSA, the Unity financial aid office reviews your Expected Family Contribution, taking into account any additional information provided by you or your parent(s). If there have been any changes in your financial circumstances since your FAFSA was submitted, you should inform the Unity financial aid staff. In some cases, it may be possible to adjust your award.
Unity College scholarships are awarded through the admissions process. Students will be notified if they qualify. Scholarships do not apply to Distance Education students.
Have questions? Our staff is ready to help you with information about financial aid application procedures; eligibility for aid/need; award calculations; problem situations; and descriptions of various programs from federal, state, and college sources.
We may also be able to help with special circumstances such as changes in income or other financial conditions, as well as aid eligibility for less-than-full-time enrollment status (fewer than 12 credits per semester).
Call or email the Unity College Financial Aid Office to discuss your unique financial aid needs and options:
Administrative Assistant / Work Study Coordinator
8:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m.