PAYING FOR COLLEGE
Financial aid helps bridge the gap between what students and their family can pay and what it costs to attend Dunwoody. Our Financial Aid department can help you find out what types of loans are out there and how you can apply for them.
The Student Accounts Office is here to work with you on paying your tuition and fees, including payment plans. The Student Accounts Office is also available to help with overall financial literacy, including how you will budget effectively throughout your time in college and after graduation.
Important Dates and Deadlines
Bill Due Dates
2017-2018 Academic Year:
- Fall Semester: August 21, 2017
- Spring Semester: January 8, 2018
- Summer Session: June 4, 2018
Dunwoody’s priority deadline for the 2018-2019 FAFSA is April 21, 2018.
Tuition & Fee Information
2017-18 Average: $21,577
Actual tuition and fees vary by program. Additional expenses can also include books, materials, technology and supplies fees plus living and transportation costs.
For program specific pricing, contact the Dunwoody Admissions Team or use our:
The Net Price Calculator is a tool where you can input information about yourself and what you want to study and receive a snapshot of expected costs and financial aid. While the snapshot is valuable, it does not show all forms of aid available to you. A more precise and comprehensive picture will be provided in the financial aid award letter you receive after applying and being accepted to Dunwoody.