Higher Education without Higher Costs
Worried about the cost of your education? It shouldn’t prevent you from being able to achieve your goals.
At Point University, we are committed to providing access to a high-quality, affordable Christian education. You can rest assured that we will always do our best to keep the cost of tuition as low as possible and provide exceptional high demand degree programs at a much lower cost than many other institutions. In fact, Point University online students benefit from nearly 40% off the regular on-campus tuition rate.
In addition to providing an affordable education, Point University provides a generous transfer policy which allows undergraduate students to transfer up to half or more of the credits required to complete their degree.
MAKING YOUR EDUCATION AFFORDABLE
Point University understands the importance and value of a college degree and we are dedicated to making higher education accessible to everyone. With a steeply discounted tuition rate and a credit transfer-friendly policy that can save you time and money, Point strives to connect students with numerous sources of funding available to them and their families, including federal financial aid, public and private loans, grants, scholarships, and veteran benefits.
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COMMITTED TO HELPING YOU SUCCEED
Point University will hold tuition and fees constant for the 2022-2023 academic year. This freeze could provide students an annual savings of up to $800. Feel confident knowing your education will be both high quality and affordable.
“We know that many of our students and their families are struggling financially as a result of the pandemic,” said Dr. Stacy Bartlett ’05, chief of staff. “Keeping tuition rates the same as the previous year is one way we can help ensure a Point education remains affordable for them.”
Tuition will vary based on cost per credit and the number of credits required to complete your chosen degree.
- Federal income tax returns for the previous year
- Most recent W2 forms
- Savings and other asset information
To get the most accurate estimate possible, we suggest that you complete the FAFSA before using this calculator. Use the Data Retrieval Tool within the FAFSA to automatically pull in tax and earning information.