Tuition and Graduation Date Calculator
Colorado Technical University strives to take the mystery out of calculating the cost of your education, along with an estimated graduation date. See how Fast Track, transfer credits, or a military affiliation can affect your total program costs and graduation date.
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CTU Fast Track™ is an innovative series of self-assessment exams that is designed to tap into the knowledge you've acquired through your work and life experiences. If you pass a Fast Track exam you can receive full credit for the course, and save on time and money.1
How many Fast Track exams do you think you can you pass?
Sorry, CTU Fast Track™ is not available with this concentration.
Have you participated in a CTU Master's or CTU Doctoral Advantage program?
CTU students may take a shorter, more cost-efficient path to graduation by transferring qualifying credit from courses previously completed at a recognized institution. CTU undergraduate students, with prior college experience, who provided an official transcript, typically transfer-in about 40 quarter credits, or approximately 8 courses. Find out more about our CTU transfer credit policy in our Course Catalog.
RN-BSN Students: Please enter 21 courses if you have your RN and 31 if you have your RN and Associate of Nursing Degree.
How many courses do you think may be eligible to transfer in?
Educational Corporate Alliance Savings
CTU is proud to have established educational corporate alliances with many companies where company employees, their spouses and eligible dependents can receive tuition grants.4
To learn more, or see if your company is eligible, contact your HR department or ask for assistance from a CTU Admissions Advisor.
What is the amount of your company's educational alliance grant?
CTU supports military students and is proud to offer a military tuition rate3 for active duty personnel and their spouses that is lower than our civilian rate. We also offer an evaluation of military training for qualifying credit.5
Are you active duty military or an active duty spouse?
CTU students may work for a company or organization that offers tuition reimbursement to employees who are focused on pursuing their education.
If you know how much your employer offers for tuition reimbursement toward a degree program, enter it here. If you are unsure, contact your HR department to see if you are eligible.
CTU Sponsored Grants4
CTU offers students the opportunity to take advantage of a number of institutional grants and scholarships4 that can help reduce the cost of their education.
For example, our Lifelong Learning Grant recognizes CTU alumni who have received their degree and intend to continue on to pursue their next level degree at CTU.
CTU also offers the Liberty Grant to veterans of the military and their eligible spouses not using Chapter 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill® benefits.
Grant availability may change throughout the program. For the most up-to-date information on available grants, please contact a CTU Financial Aid Representative.
Are you a CTU Alum and plan to use the Lifelong Learning Grant?
Do you plan to use the Liberty Grant?
There are many outside resources that may be available to help reduce the cost of your education. These can include federal and state grants or third-party scholarships.
Contact a CTU Admissions Advisor to learn more.
What other resources will you use for your education?
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CTU includes the cost of all books and fees in our published tuition, so you can be confident that the estimated amount shown here is a prediction of an estimate of the total cost to earn your degree.