Your Future a Reality

We are committed to making an Alliance University education affordable by presenting you with options to help you make the best decision on funding your degree program. We strongly believe that as God guides, He provides. We trust that the resources you need will be available for you to complete the enrollment process!

As you navigate through these financial decisions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Undergraduate School

Tuition listed below is for full-time enrolled students for both the Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 semesters and includes 12-18 credits per semester. The cost per credit for part-time enrollment is $1,125/credit. Over 18 credits is $750/credit. Summer courses are offered at the tuition overload rate of $750/credit.

There may be additional academic fees based on the courses taken and the academic program chosen. For students enrolled in the School of Nursing, there is an additional fee of $1,000/semester.

Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

Tuition – $27,000
Room and Board – $15,500
Technology Fee – $500
Estimated Books and Supplies – $1,000
Estimated Personal Expenses – $3,215
Estimated Travel Expenses – $1,900 (on-campus), $3,000 (off-campus)

On-Campus Total:$49,115
Off-Campus Total:$34,715

For a full list of tuition, fees, and reimbursement information see the University Catalog.

Graduate School

Alliance University offers a number of graduate programs that can fit the needs and budgets of students. Graduate programs range in tuition from $810 to $910 per credit. This excludes books and supplies or fees that may be charged for specific courses

Graduate Tuition & Costs

Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) – $810 per credit
Masters in Education (MED) – $810 per credit
Masters in Business Administration (MBA) – $910 per credit
Masters in Mental Health Counseling (MHC) – $910 per credit
Masters in Marriage & Family Therapy (MFT) – $910 per credit
Masters in Social Work (MSW) – $910 per credit

Tech Fee For 9-12 Credits – $250
Tech Fee For 2-8 Credits – $150

For a full list of tuition, fees, and reimbursement information see the University Catalog.

Seminary

Alliance Theological Seminary (ATS) recognizes the value of obtaining your degree and the investment it represents for you and your family. Below is a summary of the financial commitments associated with each degree.

Seminary Tuition & Costs

Master of Professional Studies (MPS) $640/credit – 48 credit program
MA Biblical Studies $640/credit – 36 credit program
MA Biblical Literature $640/credit – 54 credit program
MA Intercultural Studies $640/credit – 54 credit program
Master of Divinity (MDiv) $640/credit – 93 credit program
Doctor of Ministry (DMin) $640/credit – 36 credit program

Final Doctoral Project Advisory Fee – $1,500 (due 2nd-semester 2nd year)
Doctoral Program Extension Fee – $1,500/year, $750.00 per extension semester
Tech fee for 9-12 credits (except DMin) – $250
Tech fee for 2-8 credits (except DMin) – $150

For a full list of tuition, fees, and reimbursement information see the University Catalog.

Financial Resources

Alliance University has several resources to help fund your education. In addition to federal financial aid, students have access to numerous scholarship and grant opportunities to meet their personalized needs. Some of our major scholarships include: Scholars Grant – $3,000-$12,000; Ministry/Community Service Grant – $1,000-$2,000; First Generation Student Grant – up to $2,000; Legacy Grant – up to $2,000.

See what this means for you and your future at Alliance University!

Financial Aid Scholarships & Grants

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are personal and travel expenses included in the total cost?

The federal definition of the cost of attendance (COA) is the average price to attend a college or university for a full academic year. COA includes tuition, books and supplies, transportation, room and board, personal expenses, and more. Personal and travel expenses are estimated costs to account for when considering financial feasibility.

Why do some programs have additional fees?

Each program is different! Some require technical fees for labs and other processing fees that support the student’s progress through the coursework.

What financial aid is available?

There is Federal Financial Aid available via grants, loans, and work-study. These types of financial aid help cover school expenses including tuition, fees, room, board, books, supplies, and transportation. Most aid is need-based, and you are required to file a FAFSA in order to be eligible for any federal aid. Once you have applied for your FAFSA, and you have been accepted to Alliance University, your Award Letter will inform you what you are eligible for. Additionally, there is State Aid available for residents of New York.

For more information about financial aid, please visit here.

What is the average student loan debt?

Our most recent graduating class had an average loan debt of $29,739. For your comparison, SUNY’s average loan debt is $27,404 while other private NY colleges are $32,659.

Where can I find housing information?

Looking to join us on campus? We’re excited for you to make AU home! Housing information can be found here.