Baylor > Graduate School > Future Students > Admissions > Financial Aid

Financial Aid: Graduate Tuition and Fees

Cost Estimates

The costs indicated below are only an estimate and may be different from the student's total expenditures. They do not include stipend, tuition remission or any other funding the student might receive or travel expenses.

Fall 2018/Spring 2019

Please note: This fee schedule will be updated for the next semester.
Tuition and Required Fees Amount Estimate for 9 Hours
Tuition, per semester hour $1,716.00 $15,444.00
General Student Fee, 12 hours or more per semester 2,174.00  
Less than 12 semester hours, per semester hour 181.00  
Laboratory/Course Fee, (minimum) varies per course 50.00 50.00
Parking Permit, annual 410.00 410.00
Total required tuition and fees   $17,533.00
Spring Vehicle Registration Fee, if not previously purchased in Fall 150.00 150.00
Basic-7 Meal Plan, per semester 1,367.20 1,367.20
**Residence hall room, per semester (rates vary) 3,350.00 3,350.00
Total Estimate   $22,400.20

The University reserves the right to change tuition, fees, requirements and regulations without notice. For more information regarding tuition and fees, visit Student Financial Services.

Graduate Assistantships and Funding

Students can receive financial assistance in the form of graduate assistantships, including teaching assistantships and research assistantships. For specific information regarding the requirements for eligibility for an assistantship, contact the graduate director of the program to which you are applying.

Doctoral Students serving as teachers of record or externally funded researches have the opportunity for subsidies funded by the Graduate School.

Other resources for funding include: work study programs, Direct Unsubsidized Loans, outside sholarships, GradPlus loans, and alternative loans. For more information, please contact the Student Financial Aid Office.