Undergraduate Tuition Rates

Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 Undergraduate Tuition

For students admitted Summer  2020 or after

Fall 2020 and Spring 2021***

FOR STUDENTS ADMITTED SUMMER 2020 OR AFTER

State 12-15 Hours (Flat Rate)
Kentucky* $9,168.00 (Full Year)
Tennessee $9,696.00 (Full Year)
Regional** $10,860.00 (Full Year)
Non-Regional/Non-Kentucky $13,920.00 (Full Year)
    • Full-Time: Undergraduate students taking 12 or more hours per semester. 
    • * The following counties will receive Kentucky Instate rate:
      • Illinois: Massac County
      • Indiana: Posey, Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties
      • Tennessee: Henry, Montgomery, Obion, Stewart and Weakley Counties
    • ** The following states will receive the Regional rate:
      • Alabama
      • Arkansas
      • Illinois
      • Indiana
      • Missouri
      • Mississippi
    • ***Pending Board of Regents and Kentucky CPE approval.
    • -All non-online courses will have an additional asset preservation fee of $7 per credit hour charged.
    • -All online courses will have an additional $75 per credit hour online course fee.

Tuition Rules

Tuition and Fees

Students enrolled in less than 12 hours will be assessed tuition and fees based on a per credit hour basis. Students enrolled in 12-15 hours will be assessed tuition and fees based on a flat rate. Students enrolled in more than 15 hours will be assessed the flat rate tuition for the 12-15 hours plus a per credit hour rate for each hour above 15 hours.

Reciprocity Tuition

Per the KY Council on Postsecondary Education, eligible students from Henry, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties will be assessed the same tuition rate as a Kentucky resident. Students from these four counties will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Illinois, Indiana, and Tennessee In State Tuition

Students admitted for Fall 2004 and thereafter from Massac County in Illinois, Posey, Vanderburgh, or Warrick Counties in Indiana, and Montgomery County in Tennessee will be charged out-of-state tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. Students will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Regional Tuition

Residents of Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Tennessee (admitted from Summer 2001 and thereafter), and Alabama (admitted from Fall 2011 and thereafter), and Arkansas (admitted from Summer 2016 and thereafter) will be charged regional tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. In order to receive the Regional Tuition Discount undergraduates must be considered full-time and pay for university housing through their junior year. Seniors with full-time status are allowed to receive the discount and not live in university housing.

Full Undergraduate Online Program Tuition*

Fall 2020 and Spring 2021***

Program Per Credit Hour
RN to BSN program $382.00*
Online BSA Agribusiness $382.00*
Online BSA AgriScienceTechnology $382.00*
  • ***Pending Board of Regents and Kentucky CPE approval.

Tuition and Fees

These courses will be billed by the credit hour and will not be capped at 15 credit hours. These courses will be assessed the $75 per credit hour online course fee and any additional course fee that is applicable.

For students admitted Summer  2016 to Spring 2020

Fall 2020 and Spring 2021***

FOR STUDENTS ADMITTED SUMMER 2016 to spring 2020

State 1-11 Hours (Per Hr.) 12-15 Hours (Flat Rate) Above 15 Hours (Per Hr.)
Kentucky $382.00 $4,584.00 $382.00
Alabama $764.50 $5,556.00 $463.00
Arkansas $764.50 $4,848.00 $404.00
Illinois* $764.50 $8,166.00 $680.50
Indiana* $764.50 $6,000.00 $500.00
Missouri $764.50 $5,328.00 $444.00
Tennessee* $764.50 $4,848.00 $404.00
Non-Resident $1,033.00 $12,396.00 $1,033.00
    • Full-Time: Undergraduate students taking 12 or more hours per semester. 
    • Printable tuition rates and rules (pdf)
    • * The following counties will receive Kentucky Instate rate:
      • Tennessee: Henry, Montgomery, Obion, Stewart and Weakley Counties
      • Illinois: Massac County
      • Indiana: Posey, Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties
    • ***Pending Board of Regents and Kentucky CPE approval
    • -All non-online courses will have an additional asset preservation fee of $7 per credit hour charged which will be capped at 12 credit hours per semester.
    • -All online courses will have an additional $75 per credit hour online course fee.

Tuition Rules

Tuition and Fees

Students enrolled in less than 12 hours will be assessed tuition and fees based on a per credit hour basis. Students enrolled in 12-15 hours will be assessed tuition and fees based on a flat rate. Students enrolled in more than 15 hours will be assessed the flat rate tuition for the 12-15 hours plus a per credit hour rate for each hour above 15 hours.

Reciprocity Tuition

Per the KY Council on Postsecondary Education, eligible students from Henry, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties will be assessed the same tuition rate as a Kentucky resident. Students from these four counties will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Illinois, Indiana, and Tennessee In State Tuition

Students admitted for Fall 2004 and thereafter from Massac County in Illinois, Posey, Vanderburgh, or Warrick Counties in Indiana, and Montgomery County in Tennessee will be charged out-of-state tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. Students will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Regional Tuition

Residents of Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Tennessee (admitted from Summer 2001 and thereafter), and Alabama (admitted from Fall 2011 and thereafter), and Arkansas (admitted from Summer 2016 and thereafter) will be charged regional tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. In order to receive the Regional Tuition Discount undergraduates must be considered full-time and pay for university housing through their junior year. Seniors with full-time status are allowed to receive the discount and not live in university housing.

Full Undergraduate Online Program Tuition*

Fall 2020, Winter 2020, Spring 2021 and Summer 2021***

Program Per Credit Hour
RN to BSN program $382.00*
Online BSA Agribusiness $382.00*
Online BSA AgriScienceTechnology $382.00*
  • ***Pending Board of Regents and Kentucky CPE approval.

Tuition and Fees

These courses will be billed by the credit hour and will not be capped at 15 credit hours. These courses will be assessed the $75 per credit hour online course fee and any additional course fee that is applicable.

For students admitted prior to Summer 2016

Fall 2020 and Spring 2021***

FOR STUDENTS ADMITTED PRIOR TO SUMMER 2016

State 1-11 Hours (Per Hr.) 12-15 Hours (Flat Rate) Above 15 Hours (Per Hr.)
Kentucky $361.50 $4,338.00 $361.50
Alabama $983.50 $5,370.00 $447.50
Illinois* $983.50 $7,134.00 $594.50
Indiana* $983.50 $5,376.00 $448.00
Missouri $983.50 $4,866.00 $405.50
Ohio** $983.50 $4,836.00 $403.00
Tennessee* $983.50 $4,680.00 $390.00
Non-Resident $983.50 $11,802.00 $983.50
    • Full-Time: Undergraduate students taking 12 or more hours per semester. 
    • Printable tuition rates and rules (PDF)
    • * The following counties will receive Kentucky Instate rate:
      • Tennessee: Henry, Montgomery, Obion, Stewart and Weakley Counties
      • Illinois: Massac County
      • Indiana: Posey, Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties
    • ** To receive the Ohio regional rate you must have been admitted prior to Fall 2014. 
    • ***Pending Board of Regents and Kentucky CPE approval
    • -All non-online courses will have an additional asset preservation fee of $7 per credit hour charged which will be capped at 12 credit hours per semester.
    • -All online courses will have an additional $75 per credit hour online course fee.

Tuition Rules

Tuition and Fees

Students enrolled in less than 12 hours will be assessed tuition and fees based on a per credit hour basis. Students enrolled in 12-15 hours will be assessed tuition and fees based on a flat rate. Students enrolled in more than 15 hours will be assessed the flat rate tuition for the 12-15 hours plus a per credit hour rate for each hour above 15 hours.

Reciprocity Tuition

Per the KY Council on Postsecondary Education, eligible students from Henry, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties will be assessed the same tuition rate as a Kentucky resident. Students from these four counties will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Illinois, Indiana, and Tennessee In State Tuition

Students admitted for Fall 2004 and thereafter from Massac County in Illinois, Posey, Vanderburgh, or Warrick Counties in Indiana, and Montgomery County in Tennessee will be charged out-of-state tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. Students will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Regional Tuition

Residents of Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Tennessee (admitted from Summer 2001 and thereafter), and Alabama (admitted from Fall 2011 and thereafter), and Arkansas (admitted from Summer 2016 and thereafter) will be charged regional tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. In order to receive the Regional Tuition Discount undergraduates must be considered full-time and pay for university housing through their junior year. Seniors with full-time status are allowed to receive the discount and not live in university housing.

Fall 2019, Winter 2019, Spring 2020 and Summer 2020 Undergraduate Tuition

For students admitted Summer  2016 or after

Fall 2019 and Spring 2020

For students admitted Summer 2016 or after

State 1-11 Hours (Per Hr.) 12-15 Hours (Flat Rate) Above 15 Hours (Per Hr.)
Kentucky $382.00 $4,584.00 $382.00
Alabama $764.50 $5,556.00 $463.00
Arkansas $764.50 $4,848.00 $404.00
Illinois* $764.50 $8,166.00 $680.50
Indiana* $764.50 $6,000.00 $500.00
Missouri $764.50 $5,328.00 $444.00
Tennessee* $764.50 $4,848.00 $404.00
Non-Resident $1,033.00 $12,396.00 $1,033.00
    • Full-Time: Undergraduate students taking 12 or more hours per semester. 
    • Printable tuition rates and rules (pdf)
    • * The following counties will receive Kentucky Instate rate:
      • Tennessee: Henry, Montgomery, Obion, Stewart and Weakley Counties
      • Illinois: Massac County
      • Indiana: Posey, Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties
    • -All non-online courses will have an additional asset preservation fee of $7 per credit hour charged which will be capped at 12 credit hours per semester.
    • -All online courses will have an additional $75 per credit hour online course fee.

Tuition Rules

Tuition and Fees

Students enrolled in less than 12 hours will be assessed tuition and fees based on a per credit hour basis. Students enrolled in 12-15 hours will be assessed tuition and fees based on a flat rate. Students enrolled in more than 15 hours will be assessed the flat rate tuition for the 12-15 hours plus a per credit hour rate for each hour above 15 hours.

Reciprocity Tuition

Per the KY Council on Postsecondary Education, eligible students from Henry, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties will be assessed the same tuition rate as a Kentucky resident. Students from these four counties will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Illinois, Indiana, and Tennessee In State Tuition

Students admitted for Fall 2004 and thereafter from Massac County in Illinois, Posey, Vanderburgh, or Warrick Counties in Indiana, and Montgomery County in Tennessee will be charged out-of-state tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. Students will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Regional Tuition

Residents of Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Tennessee (admitted from Summer 2001 and thereafter), and Alabama (admitted from Fall 2011 and thereafter), and Arkansas (admitted from Summer 2016 and thereafter) will be charged regional tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. In order to receive the Regional Tuition Discount undergraduates must be considered full-time and pay for university housing through their junior year. Seniors with full-time status are allowed to receive the discount and not live in university housing.

Winter 2019 and Summer 2020

For students admitted Summer 2016 or after

State Per Credit Hour
Kentucky $382.00
Alabama $463.00
Arkansas $404.00
Illinois* $680.50
Indiana* $500.00
Missouri $444.00
Tennessee* $404.00
Non-Resident $1,033.00
  • Printable tuition rates and rules (pdf)
  • * The following counties will receive the Kentucky Instate rate:
    • Tennessee: Henry, Montgomery, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties
    • Illinois: Massac County
    • Indiana: Posey, Vanderburgh, and Warrick Counties
  • -All non-online courses will have an additional asset preservation fee of $7 per credit hour charged which will be capped at 12 credit hours per semester.
  • -All online courses will have an additional $75 per credit hour online course fee.

Tuition Rules

Tennessee Reciprocity Tuition

Per the KY Council on Postsecondary Education, eligible students from Henry, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties will be assessed the same tuition rate as a Kentucky resident. Students from these four counties will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Illinois, Indiana, and Tennessee In-State Tuition

Students admitted for Fall 2004 and thereafter from Massac County in Illinois, Posey, Vanderburgh, or Warrick Counties in Indiana, and Montgomery County in Tennessee will be charged out-of-state tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. Students will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Regional Tuition

Residents of Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Tennessee (admitted from Summer 2001 and thereafter), and Alabama (admitted from Fall 2011 and thereafter), Arkansas (admitted from Summer 2016 or after) will be charged regional tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. In order to receive the Regional Tuition Discount undergraduates must be considered full-time and pay for university housing through their junior year. Seniors with full-time status are allowed to receive the discount and not live in university housing.

Full Undergraduate Online Program Tuition*

Fall 2019, Winter 2019, Spring 2020 and Summer 2020

Program Per Credit Hour
RN to BSN program $382.00*
Online BSA Agribusiness $382.00*
Online BSA AgriScienceTechnology $382.00*

Tuition and Fees

These courses will be billed by the credit hour and will not be capped at 15 credit hours. These courses will be assessed the $75 per credit hour online course fee and any additional course fee that is applicable.

For students admitted prior to Summer 2016

Fall 2019 and Spring 2020

FOR STUDENTS ADMITTED PRIOR TO SUMMER 2016

State 1-11 Hours (Per Hr.) 12-15 Hours (Flat Rate) Above 15 Hours (Per Hr.)
Kentucky $361.50 $4,338.00 $361.50
Alabama $983.50 $5,370.00 $447.50
Illinois* $983.50 $7,134.00 $594.50
Indiana* $983.50 $5,376.00 $448.00
Missouri $983.50 $4,866.00 $405.50
Ohio** $983.50 $4,836.00 $403.00
Tennessee* $983.50 $4,680.00 $390.00
Non-Resident $983.50 $11,802.00 $983.50
    • Full-Time: Undergraduate students taking 12 or more hours per semester. 
    • Printable tuition rates and rules (PDF)
    • * The following counties will receive Kentucky Instate rate:
      • Tennessee: Henry, Montgomery, Obion, Stewart and Weakley Counties
      • Illinois: Massac County
      • Indiana: Posey, Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties
    • ** To receive the Ohio regional rate you must have been admitted prior to Fall 2014. 
    • -All non-online courses will have an additional asset preservation fee of $7 per credit hour charged which will be capped at 12 credit hours per semester.
    • -All online courses will have an additional $75 per credit hour online course fee.

Tuition Rules

Tuition and Fees

Students enrolled in less than 12 hours will be assessed tuition and fees based on a per credit hour basis. Students enrolled in 12-15 hours will be assessed tuition and fees based on a flat rate. Students enrolled in more than 15 hours will be assessed the flat rate tuition for the 12-15 hours plus a per credit hour rate for each hour above 15 hours.

Reciprocity Tuition

Per the KY Council on Postsecondary Education, eligible students from Henry, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties will be assessed the same tuition rate as a Kentucky resident. Students from these four counties will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Illinois, Indiana, and Tennessee In State Tuition

Students admitted for Fall 2004 and thereafter from Massac County in Illinois, Posey, Vanderburgh, or Warrick Counties in Indiana, and Montgomery County in Tennessee will be charged out-of-state tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. Students will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Regional Tuition

Residents of Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Tennessee (admitted from Summer 2001 and thereafter), and Alabama (admitted from Fall 2011 and thereafter), and Arkansas (admitted from Summer 2016 and thereafter) will be charged regional tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. In order to receive the Regional Tuition Discount undergraduates must be considered full-time and pay for university housing through their junior year. Seniors with full-time status are allowed to receive the discount and not live in university housing.

Winter 2019 and Summer 2020

FOR STUDENTS ADMITTED Prior TO SUMMER 2016

State Per Credit Hour
Kentucky $361.50
Alabama $447.50
Illinois* $594.50
Indiana* $448.00
Missouri $405.50
Ohio** $403.00
Tennessee* $390.00
Non-Resident $983.50
  • Printable tuition rates and rules (PDF)
  • * The following counties will receive the Kentucky Instate rate:
    • Tennessee: Henry, Montgomery, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties
    • Illinois: Massac County
    • Indiana: Posey, Vanderburgh, and Warrick Counties
  • ** To receive the Ohio regional rate you must have Pending Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education approval. 
  • -All non-online courses will have an additional asset preservation fee of $7 per credit hour charged which will be capped at 12 credit hours per semester.
  • -All online courses will have an additional $75 per credit hour online course fee.

Tuition Rules

Tennessee Reciprocity Tuition

Per the KY Council on Postsecondary Education, eligible students from Henry, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties will be assessed the same tuition rate as a Kentucky resident. Students from these four counties will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Illinois, Indiana, and Tennessee In-State Tuition

Students admitted for Fall 2004 and thereafter from Massac County in Illinois, Posey, Vanderburgh, or Warrick Counties in Indiana, and Montgomery County in Tennessee will be charged out-of-state tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. Students will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.

Regional Tuition

Residents of Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Tennessee (admitted from Summer 2001 and thereafter), and Alabama (admitted from Fall 2011 and thereafter), Arkansas (admitted from Summer 2016 or after) will be charged regional tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition. In order to receive the Regional Tuition Discount undergraduates must be considered full-time and pay for university housing through their junior year. Seniors with full-time status are allowed to receive the discount and not live in university housing.

Fall 2018, Winter 2018, Spring 2019 and Summer 2019 Undergraduate Tuition Rates

Fall 2018, Winter 2018, Spring 2019 and Summer 2019 Undergraduate Tuition Rates

For students admitted Summer 2016 or after

Fall 2018 and Spring 2019

For students admitted Summer 2016 or after

State 1-11 Hours (Per Hr.) 12-15 Hours (Flat Rate) Above 15 Hours (Per Hr.)
Kentucky $378.50 $4,542.00 $378.50
Alabama $757.00 $5,502.00 $458.50
Arkansas $757.00 $4,800.00 $400.00
Illinois* $757.00 $8,088.00 $674.00
Indiana* $757.00 $5,940.00 $495.00
Missouri $757.00 $5,274.00 $439.50
Tennessee* $757.00 $4,800.00 $400.00
Non-Resident $1,022.50 $12,270.00 $1,022.50
  • Printable tuition rates and rules (pdf)
  • All undergraduate online courses will be assessed a $75.00 per credit hour online fee.
  • * The following counties will receive the Kentucky Instate rate:
    • Tennessee: Henry, Montgomery, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties
    • Illinois: Massac County
    • Indiana: Posey, Vanderburgh, and Warrick Counties
  • Full time: Undergraduate students taking 12 or more hours per semester

Winter 2018 and Summer 2019

For students admitted Summer 2016 or after

State Per Credit Hour
Kentucky $378.50
Alabama $458.50
Arkansas $400.00
Illinois* $674.00
Indiana* $495.00
Missouri $439.50
Tennessee* $400.00
Non-Resident $1022.50
  • Printable tuition rates and rules (pdf)
  • All undergraduate online courses will be assessed a $75.00 per credit hour online fee.
  • * The following counties will receive the Kentucky Instate rate:
    • Tennessee: Henry, Montgomery, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties
    • Illinois: Massac County
    • Indiana: Posey, Vanderburgh, and Warrick Counties
  • Full time: Undergraduate students taking 12 or more hours per semester

For students admitted prior to Summer 2016

Fall 2018 and Spring 2019

For students admitted prior to Summer 2016

State 1-11 Hours (Per Hr.) 12-15 Hours (Flat Rate) Above 15 Hours (Per Hr.)
Kentucky $358.00 $4,296.00 $358.00
Alabama $974.00 $5,076.00 $423.00
Illinois* $974.00 $7,170.00 $597.50
Indiana* $974.00 $5,268.00 $439.00
Missouri $974.00 $4,788.00 $399.00
Ohio** $974.00 $4,716.00 $393.00
Tennessee* $974.00 $4,524.00 $377.00
Non-Resident $974.00 $11,688.00 $974.00
  • Printable tuition rates and rules (pdf)
  • All undergraduate online courses will be assessed a $75.00 per credit hour online fee.
  • * The following counties will receive the Kentucky Instate rate:
    • Tennessee: Henry, Montgomery, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties
    • Illinois: Massac County
    • Indiana: Posey, Vanderburgh, and Warrick Counties
  • ** To receive the Ohio regional rate you must have been admitted prior to Fall 2014
  • Full time: Undergraduate students taking 12 or more hours per semester

Winter 2018 and Summer 2019

For students admitted prior to Summer 2016

State Per Credit Hour
Kentucky $358.00
Alabama $423.00
Illinois* $597.50
Indiana* $439.00
Missouri $399.00
Ohio** $393.00
Tennessee* $377.00
Non-Resident $947.00
  • Printable tuition rates and rules (pdf)
  • All undergraduate online courses will be assessed a $75.00 per credit hour online fee.
  • * The following counties will receive the Kentucky Instate rate:
    • Tennessee: Henry, Montgomery, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties
    • Illinois: Massac County
    • Indiana: Posey, Vanderburgh, and Warrick Counties
  • ** To receive the Ohio regional rate you must have been admitted prior to Fall 2014

Full Undergraduate Online Program Tuition

Fall 2018, Winter 2018, Spring 2019 and Summer 2018

 

Program Per Credit Hour
RN to BSN program $378.50
Online BS Agriculture $378.50

Tuition and Fees

These courses will be billed by the credit hour and will not be capped at 15 credit hours. These courses will be assessed the $75 per credit hour online course fee and any additional course fee that is applicable.

Housing and meal plan rates