We know the costs associated with higher education can be substantial, so we strive to partner with you financially so you can meet your goals.
Financial aid is available to make our online degree programs affordable for you. Each student at Calvin has access to a tuition planner who will work with you one-on-one.
For specific tuition details, explore your program of interest and reach out to us with any questions.
Loans, scholarships and military benefits are some of the financial aid options you could be eligible for. Refer to the information below for more information.
Employer Tuition Reimbursement
Many employers offer tuition reimbursement that can offset the cost of higher education. In 2019, 69% of employers covered most or all of an employee’s tuition costs.1 Speak with your employer to learn more about benefits for employees pursuing online degrees.
4 Ways an Online Degree Benefits You and Your Employer
- New Skills:
You gain valuable knowledge that you can immediately apply on the job and use it to grow as an employee.
2. No Work Disruption:
The flexibility and convenience of online education mean you don’t have to take time off work to pursue your degree.
3. Employer Savings:
The growth of current employees helps employers avoid the expensive process of searching for new talent.
An employer’s investment in your education creates loyalty and sets you up to be a long-term leader in your organization.
Are you looking to estimate your total out-of-pocket cost, including tuition, fees, and financial aid? Our tuition calculator can help.*
At Calvin University, we’re committed to offering affordable, accessible, and high-quality online degree programs. We also believe in transparency, avoiding hidden costs and fees whenever possible.
To get started, select your desired program. Stuck on something? Click on the information icons for additional context.
* The Tuition Calculator is based on programmatic information and student-generated inputs. All financial calculations should be taken as potential estimations and not actuals. To get a more accurate sense of total tuition, please consult with an enrollment team member.