Academic Programs at GSU
Cost & Financial Aid
Estimated Cost Per Semester (2022-23)
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Note: All costs listed are based on campus residency
- Strictly online only program tuition and fees may vary
- Commuter students will not be subject to room or full meal plan costs, and fees assessed will differ from those listed here
* Meal plan purchase is required for on campus residents. Commuter students will be required to purchase a "Dining Flex" plan for $50 per semester.
* For Full Time Students (12 - 18 Credit Hours)
** Room cost based on most affordable double occupancy rooms (Goodwin Double)
† Book fee for Full Time Students (12 - 18 Credit Hours)
Costs listed are the same regardless of the student's veteran status.
For full details about costs, visit the Tuition and Fees page.
Glenville State offers over 100 scholarship programs and other awards to assist students who maintain good grades and meet other requirements. New students are automatically considered for any available scholarship programs and do not need to apply! New students should apply and submit test scores and transcripts by November 15th for priority consideration of scholarships.
For more details, visit our Scholarships page.
Financial assistance in the form of grants, loans and work opportunities is awarded based on your financial need. Students can qualify by demonstrating economic need, usually by completing the FAFSA. Glenville State College’s FAFSA code number is 003813. Instructions on how to fill out a FAFSA line by line will help step you through the process.