Following a tuition reset announcement last fall that cut undergraduatetuition in half, Goldey-Beacom College announced the same 50 percent tuition reduction for graduate programs beginning fall 2021.
Since 2014, Goldey-Beacom College has discounted undergraduate tuition through the College’sinstitutional Affordability Assurance Award (AAA). That meant enrolled students received adeep discount to make college affordable and lessen future debt. That program has ended, and anew initiative with the tagline, “We’ve cut tuition in half, will keep tuition simple and honest. Nomore discounting, just up-front low tuition.
Affordability and transparency weighed heavily in the college’s decision to present an easy-to-understand tuition rate, as opposed to a gross tuition rate with a discount award applied todetermine net tuition cost.
- Undergraduate tuition is $425 per credit hour, or $12,750 for an annual full-time load of 30 credit hours
- Domestic graduate tuition is $525 per credit hour
- international graduate tuition is $850 per credit hour
GBC’s generous merit scholarship offerings will remain available to qualified undergraduatestudents to reduce their costs even further. Federal and state financial aid in the form of grantsand loans, including Pell Grants and Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants
can help students graduate with little to no debt.
Founded in 1886, Goldey-Beacom College has approximately 1,800 students enrolled from 22states and over 60 nations. The College offers 41 degree options in its graduate andundergraduate programs with majors in psychology, economics, criminal justice, communication
& media, human services, English, and all areas of business including accounting, business administration, entrepreneurship, and finance.
Recent program additions include the Doctor of Business Administration program and the M.A. in Counseling Psychology, a B.A. in Human Services, and a B.A. in Communication and Media.
For more than a decade, the college has reported a 90 percent placement rate for graduates. Goldey-Beacom College is located in Pike Creek Valley, a suburb of Wilmington