Tuition Rates 2022-2023
Tuition rates for online courses are the same as rates for in-person courses.
This means students can take any mix of online, in-person and hybrid classes for the same base credit hour rate. This structure is in place for both undergraduate and graduate courses.
Please note that students who are enrolled in a 100% online degree program through our Online Learning office will continue to pay online program rates.
A UofL education is an excellent investment in your future. For additional information on educational expenses and the Cost of Attendance, please visit the Student Financial Aid Office’s website.
Fall 2022, Spring 23, and Summer 23
The following information is not intended to be comprehensive and is subject to change. Tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change by administrative, legislative, or University of Louisville Board of Trustees action, and changes become effective on the date enacted.
All registration fees and special charges are available in university catalogs and from the Registrar's Office and are subject to change without prior notice.
Indiana Tuition Reciprocity
The University of Louisville is participating in an Indiana Tuition Reciprocity Program for residents of Clark, Crawford, Floyd, Harrison, Perry, Scott, and Washington Counties who have been admitted directly into an approved program. The Reciprocity would afford students that reside in these counties to be eligible for the Kentucky In State Residency Tuition Rate. Students pursuing degrees from the Professional Schools (Law, Medical & Dental) are not eligible. Eligible participants are required to notify the Admissions Office prior to their first enrollment and the Registrar's Office after their first enrollment of any changes in the enrollment status, if they no longer live in one of the eligible counties, or no longer in an eligible program.
Dual Credit/High School Visitor