Tuition and Fees
How many credits is considered "full-time?"
Full-time is taking a minimum of 12 credits per quarter.
How much does tuition cost per year?
At Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service, the cost of tuition per year (4 quarters) is $14,800.00.
How much does tuition cost per term?
Tuition for on-campus programs is $3,700.00 per quarter. Students pursuing less than a full quarter of courses will be charged $250.00 per quarter hour.
Associate of Science in Funeral Service Program (AS)
How much does the Associate of Applied Science in Funeral Service Program cost if I have my general education courses completed?
If you have earned all the required general education credits at another institution and want to transfer those credits to Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service, the program cost is $14,800.00. With general education transferred, you could graduate after four quarters of study.
How much does Associate of Science in Funeral Service Program cost if I want to take general education courses at Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service?
If do not have general education courses completed, we offer general education within the program. The program cost, including general education, is $22,200.00. With general education included within the program, you could graduate after six quarters of study.
Charged Tuition for Courses Approved by the President
– Courses Outside of the Scheduled Quarter
If you are taking a scheduled full quarter of courses and an additional course(s) outside of the scheduled courses, you will be charged $250.00 a quarter hour for each credit of the course(s).
Any course(s) you wish to take outside of the scheduled courses of the quarter; you will need prior approval from the president.
To view scheduled courses per term at Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service:
AS - http://www.gupton-jones.edu/associate-degree
Application Fee: A non-refundable Application Fee of $50.00 must accompany the Application for Matriculation. Applying and application process.
Textbooks: All textbooks are provided by the college for in-class students. If your textbooks are lost or stolen, the college can issue a replacement. Students are responsible for replacement cost.
Note: Textbooks for General Education courses (ONLY): The general education textbooks shall be returned undamaged. Damage includes written notes, highlighting, pages ripped or excessive damage. If a student drops or withdraws from a general education course, these textbooks still must be returned. If your textbooks are lost or stolen, the college can issue a replacement. Students are responsible for replacement cost.
Distance Learning Textbooks: The College provides all required EBooks, if available. Distance Learners must purchase all required hardback book textbooks, if not available in an Ebook. Distance Learning students may purchase textbooks online when paying tuition or purchase from another reseller.
Clinical & Laboratory Supplies: The College provides each student with required clinical and laboratory supplies.
Technology Fee: For distance learning courses, all students will be charged a twenty-five ($25.00) technology fee per course.
Enrollment Fee & Activity Fee: The College does not have an enrollment fee or activity fee.
Graduation & Cap and Gown: There is no fee for graduation and the College provides a cap and gown for each graduate.
National Board Exam Fee: The NBE is not required for graduation. National Board Exam Fee for first-time takers will be reimbursed if taken and passed within 60 days of last Comprehensive Exam. See details here.
Note: This Bulletin in all or in part is subject to change without notice.
NET PRICE CALCULATOR
We are pleased to provide students with this Net Price Calculator as a guide in planning for college. The Net Price Calculator is a federal government tool that students can use to estimate their “net price” to attend our College.