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Tuition and Financial Aid

Online Program Fees

A college degree is an investment in yourself and your future. At Maryville University, we strive to offer value and give you the best possible return on your investment. It’s why we were named as one of the best values in private college education by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.


We offer a number of financial aid options to help you offset the cost of your college degree. That way, you can start earning your degree with confidence, and you can focus on your educational success — not financial concerns.

Cost of Attending Maryville Online

Tuition rates vary depending on the type of degree you are interested in pursuing. The costs below reflect tuition rates for 2024-25 and are subject to change.

Tuition Costs

Online Nursing Programs

RN to BSN 129 credits, $540 per credit*


*Requires valid RN license to be awarded 40 transfer credit hours. Total program requires 129 credit hours to graduate, of which 30 must be taken at Maryville.


BSN to DNP 68-77 credits, $863 per credit (MSN), $947 per credit (DNP)


MSN 41-50 credits, $863 per credit


Post-Master’s NP Certificates 29-38 credits, $863 per credit


DNP and DNP-NP 30-33 credits (DNP) or 62-71 credits (DNP-NP), $863 per credit (MSN), $947 per credit (DNP)

Online Program Fees

Each semester, your billing statement will include a per-semester fee called the Technology Fee. This fee covers your access to all services and resources provided by the university and made available to you as a Maryville University student. Please note: Some programs do have additional fees. Your enrollment advisor can help answer any questions you may have regarding program fees.


Online Bachelor’s Programs Technology Fee: $425 per semester


Online Master’s and Doctorate Programs Technology Fee: $725 per semester


Online Graduate Nursing Program Additional Fees* Background Check: $75-$120 per submission

Financial Aid Options

There’s a wide range of opportunities available that can help offset your cost of college education. See which of them might apply to you, or contact an enrollment advisor to find out more.


  • Employer assistance programs

  • Federal grants

  • Stafford loans

  • PLUS loans 

  • Private sources

  • Student employment opportunities

More Financial Aid Resources

Financial aid can be a bit tricky, so here are some valuable links to help you navigate through it.


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