Financial commitment goes with the territory of graduate education. The good news is, based on our academic quality and cost of attendance, Creighton University is ranked in the top third of national universities and a “Best Value” by U.S. News & World Report.
The actual cost of your graduate degree at Creighton depends on the graduate program you are pursuing. Review tuition and fees for all programs for detailed information.
To help make your graduate education more affordable, we encourage you to explore the following options:
- Apply for financial aid.
Did you know that graduate students are eligible for federal student aid? To get this process started, file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- Ask your employer about tuition benefits.
Many employers offer some level of assistance to employees who are returning to school. Check with your human resources department today.
- Apply for available scholarships.
The Graduate School offers a few scholarships and awards to qualifying students. You should also check with your program chair about department awards.
- Take advantage of our monthly payment plan.
The Creighton Business Office offers a flexible monthly payment plan that enables you to tackle your tuition and fees one chunk at a time.
Creighton’s Financial Aid Office can help you navigate all of your money questions—from applying for federal aid and finding scholarships to hooking you up with great money management resources.
Special Tuition Rates
Because we are a Catholic and Jesuit university, dedicated to students and learning, we offer special rates for graduate students in ministry and education. Check with your specific program for more details.