Tuition and Financial Aid
We recognize the challenge many students face in meeting the costs associated with a quality graduate education. While the primary responsibility for paying for education rests with students, we are committed to working in partnership with you to develop financial options and payment strategies that will make a graduate degree from Lewis & Clark an attainable goal. Use the links below to learn more.
Tuition and Fees 2014-2015
The graduate school charges students per credit hour. We have three pricing structures:
On-campus degree applicable (500, 700 level - $828 per credit hour)
Off-campus degree applicable (600 level - $728 per credit hour)
Continuing education (800 level - $350 per credit)
Lewis & Clark is a private college. We do not have in-state or out-of-state tuition rates. Use the pdf below to see average costs of tuition per program for 2014-2015. (These are examples based on number of credits shown on program sequence sheets.)
2014-2015 Estimated Tuition Costs [PDF]
(Includes Educational Leadership, Counseling Psychology, School Counseling, Student Affairs Administration, Teacher Education - Preservice degree programs.)
A complete list of tuition rates, fees, and the refund policy can be found by going to Student and Departmental Account Services.
In addition to tuition and fees, you should plan for additional costs while attending graduate school. International students may also use these costs, in addition to tuition, to estimate the amount of financial support necessary to study at the graduate school.
Estimated additional costs for 2013-2014:
Room and board (rent, utilities, and groceries): $1,400.00 per month
Transportation (insurance, gas, maintenance): $325.00 per month
Personal discretionary spending: $475.00 per month
Books and supplies: $525.00 per semester
Health Insurance: $934.00 per semester
You should also be aware that students incur additional costs such as background checks, tests, and possible licensing fees while enrolled.