Tuition & Financial Aid
Instructional Technology Endorsement (P-12)
Online Program Tuition
At University of Louisville, the tuition for online degrees is the same for both in-state and out-of-state online students.
|Tuition - Graduate online course||$573 per credit hour**|
|Active-duty* service members and Coast Guard members||$250 per credit hour (see our Military Tuition Discounts page)|
|Qualifying members of the Reserve Component and National Guard eligible for Title X (Federal) TA||May be eligible for $250 per credit hour tuition assistance rate|
* Active-Duty is defined as on orders for 180 days or more.
Online courses are charged at a different hourly rate than regular courses. Students are charged in full for online courses according to those rates even if taking a full-time course load. Tuition rate does not include costs associated with a specific course or program, such as textbooks.
If you're receiving a tuition scholarship, please check the monetary value to determine whether the cost of online courses is covered
Tuition and fees are subject to change at any time without prior notice. The summary on this page is intended to provide a quick reference for students. For more information and updates, visit the UofL Bursar's page.
LiveText - user license:
A cost of $139 (one-time charge) is assessed for the use of the ePortfolio LiveText – a web-based software application designed to aid in the development of portfolios, course assignments and standards or outcome-based projects. LiveText allows you, your instructors, and your peers to collaborate on classroom assignments as well as track your progress on meeting program outcomes. The user license is good for 5 years.
Financial Aid Information
Only students enrolled in degree-seeking programs (e.g., Master of Education in Teacher Leadership or Master of Education in Instructional Computer Technology) are eligible to apply for federal financial aid.
Students enrolled in both the non-degree endorsement program and a degree-seeking program are eligible to apply for federal financial aid.
Students teaching in high schools with a Career Technical Education focus can seek tuition assistance for furthering their education through Perkins Funds.