Cost of Attendance for Master of Education for 2013/2014
We use an annual Cost of Attendance (COA) budget to determine your student loan eligibility. The COA budget includes expenses which are billed directly by CU (e.g. tuition), and other expenses that are not billed by CU, but are directly related to attending school (e.g. transportation, personal expenses and off-campus living costs).
On-campus and online tuition is $620 per credit.
Concordia University-Portland, Oregon alumni qualify for a special Concordia Alumni Grant equal to 20% off tuition on most graduate programs. This grant applies exclusively to programs offered on campus or online by Concordia University-Portland, including Master in Education, Teaching, Teaching English as a Second Language, Business Administration, and the Doctorate in Education. This grant is available to alumni graduating from any of the 10 Concordia University campuses who attend Concordia University-Portland, Oregon. Call 503-280-8501 or email email@example.com for further information about the new grant and a list for approved programs. For a list of Concordia University System schools, please visit: http://www.lcms.org/cuscampuses.
Candidates who work in Lutheran schools are also eligible for a grant that is equal to 20% off tuition.
U.S. citizens and eligible noncitizens admitted to and enrolled at least half-time (3 semester credits) in a CU M.Ed. program are eligible for Federal Stafford Loans that can pay for the entire tuition amount, plus provide additional funds to assist with living expenses and other educationally related costs.
To apply for student loans, you must be admitted to CU's MEd program and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).