Return to Campus Plan for Fall 2020

Messiah University is in session this fall with flexible in-person and remote learning options, health and safety protocols and student care and support.

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Adult Degree Program Tuition (online bachelor’s degree programs)

Adult Degree Program Tuition

No-fee tuition for ADP 

We are excited to bring financial clarity to your degree. Know what you are paying for with Messiah’s no-fee tuition. The cost per credit is what you pay – there are no hidden fees. We put the true cost of your program upfront so that you can accurately compare and plan for your education. 

2020-2021

No-fee tuition per graduate credit hour: $400 per credit

ADP students are eligible to apply for federal financial aid.  For financial aid purposes, ADP students are considered undergraduate students when taking undergraduate courses. ADP students are not eligible for Messiah University scholarships or aid. Learn more about financial aid.

Learn more about our BBA degree

2020-2021

No-fee tuition per graduate credit hour: $400 per credit

ADP students are eligible to apply for federal financial aid.  For financial aid purposes, ADP students are considered undergraduate students when taking undergraduate courses. ADP students are not eligible for Messiah University scholarships or aid. Learn more about financial aid.

Learn more about our RN to BSN degree

2020-2021

No-fee tuition per graduate credit hour: $710 per credit

Tuition cost for the entire 30 credit-hour MSN program at the 2019-2020 rate: $21,300*

*A total of 120 undergraduate credit hours is required for a student to proceed to graduate-level status. The number of undergraduate credit hours a student is required to complete at Messiah College will be determined upon an evaluation of his/her transcript. For the RN to MSN program, the tuition for undergraduate courses is $400 per credit hour.

RN-MSN students are eligible to apply for federal financial aid.  For financial aid purposes, students are considered undergraduate students initially when taking undergraduate courses. Learn more about financial aid.

Learn more about our RN to MSN program