• Estimate your share of college costs.

    The net price calculator is designed to give prospective students an estimate of the net cost of attending Kaplan University for one academic year.

  • The net price calculator provides prospective students and families with a quick and easy way to estimate the net cost of attending Kaplan University for one academic year. The calculator is designed to give a broad estimate of out-of-pocket expenses and how much and what types of financial aid for which students may qualify, as well as help students and families manage financial expectations. It is based on the cost of attendance and financial aid provided to first-time, full-time, degree-seeking undergraduate Kaplan University students in 2009–2010 academic year.

    Completing the calculator should take no more than a few minutes. You will need to answer some basic questions about you and/or your parents' finances.

    The aid estimate provided by the net price calculator does not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance, nor is it an application for admission or financial aid or legally binding. The Financial Aid Office will help you determine your actual aid eligibility, which may be different than the figures shown in this calculator.

    We value your privacy. Kaplan University does not retain any of the personal information you provide while using the net price calculator.


    How Does It Work?

    Using the data you enter, the calculator displays the net price of attending Kaplan University for one academic year, the amount of federal financial aid (excluding federal student loans) for which you may be eligible, and the amount of out-of-pocket funds that you or your family could reasonably expect to contribute. The net price calculator considers the total cost of attendance, including tuition, fees, books and supplies, living expenses such as room and board, and other personal expenses. The results will only be as reliable as the data you provide.

    What Do the Calculator Results Mean for Me?

    You should use the results from the net price calculator to make an informed decision about college affordability, but, keep in mind, that is just an estimation of net costs. There are many factors in determining a student’s total financial aid package, many of which are not reflected in this calculator. We encourage you to contact us to discuss additional types of aid that may be available to you, including grants, loans, scholarships, and reduced military tuition rates. You can also learn more about financial aid options by exploring our financial aid videos.

    How Will I Know If I Am Eligible for Financial Aid?

    To be eligible for federal financial aid, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA; www.fafsa.gov). The Financial Aid Office will help you determine your aid eligibility, which will likely be different than the figures shown in this calculator.

    Why Does the Calculator Use Data From 2009–2010?

    The calculator is based on 2009-2010 data from the federal government, the most recent year for which data are available. The 2010–2011 calculator is expected to be available in December 2011.

    What If I Am Not a First-Time, Full-Time Student?

    The net price calculator estimates apply to new, full-time, first-time, degree-seeking undergraduate students only. It is not intended for use by transfer, continuing, part-time, readmitted, or graduate students.

    Should International Students Use the Net Price Calculator?

    The net price calculator is intended for domestic students only. International students should contact us to find out more information regarding international pricing benefits.