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Actual or estimated time of separation (optional):
Note: Your date of separation could impact your costs and benefits eligibility. (mm/dd/yyyy)
You may be eligible for a tuition reduction through our employer academic partnership program
We partner with companies to help educate their employees, and we offer a tuition reduction to employees of many of these companies when they attend University of Phoenix. Enter your employer name below to see if it is among our partners. (Note: Your employer may be listed under a parent company name.)
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Estimated Tuition Cost Summary
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program
location
Total program credits
999
Estimated transfer credits
999
Remaining credits
999
Lower division
Upper division
Based on this number, we estimate you'll need to complete 999 three-credit courses.
Direct expenses
Direct expenses include credits, tuition, and course-related materials and fees.
Credits, tuition and fees Total
(999 mo.)
Military rate
(999 per credit)
You may be eligible for a military rate, which is lower than our standard rate. This rate may apply to both lower- and upper- division credits.
Lower division creditsCredits
(999 per credit)
Courses numbered 100-299 carry undergraduate, lower-division credit and commonly consist of general education classes.
Upper division creditsCredits
(999 per credit)
Courses numbered 300-499 carry undergraduate, upper-division credit and focus on the degree program and specialization.
Tuition
Tuition is subject to change at any time at the University's sole discretion and tuition cost may fall below or above the estimate provided in the summary.
Estimated tuition discount (−99%)
If you're eligible for this, contact a University Enrollment Representative for the exact amount. Employees of many of our employer academic partners typically receive a 3-10 percent tuition reduction from the University. We'll use 99 percent for estimation purposes.
Materials and fees
This covers the cost of electronic course materials, books and any fees throughout your program.
Total
Indirect expenses
These are separate from tuition and fees and can include books, computer, rent, utilities, meals, transportation and personal care. The numbers below are institutional averages; adjust them for your situation.
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Expenses
These expenses extend beyond tuition and may include housing, food allowance, supplies, transportation costs and loans fees. The amount of financial aid you are eligible to receive is not affected when you increase or decrease your indirect expenses. Military students living on a military base or housing for which they are receiving BAH may have a reduced estimated cost of attendance.
Total
(999 mo.)
Room and board
Room and board is the cost of housing (room) and food (board) while at school. You can exclude these estimated costs from your financial plan or change them to reflect your personal situation.
Other expenses
Do not include textbooks in this amount. You can include the loan origination fees and the purchase of a computer, software, etc.
Total
Total tuition and expensesThis total provides a guideline for how much it will cost you to go to school. The actual cost of attendance adds tuition and fees with your indirect expenses. (999 months): 999
Explore options to pay for school
There are plenty of ways to help you pay for your education. You'll now explore funding options and build the rest of your plan.
University of Phoenix tuition may vary by campus and type of degree program. Credits required for completion of your program depend on a number of factors, including any applicable credits earned at another institution and University of Phoenix residency requirements. Delays in attendance or completion of your program may result in additional required courses. Costs are calculated based on the information you provided. Your anticipated start date may affect the cost of your program.
These are estimates based on the information you provided. Military rates could be lower than those provided here. Speak to a Military Division staff member to learn more. A one-time application fee may apply to your program.
You're making great progress on your plan
Now finance your educational future
You've determined your educational costs. On the next few screens, you'll begin deciding how to cover those costs from the funding options below in order to complete your plan and get your Shopping Sheet.
Funding sources
Explore resources you don't have to pay back:
  • Grants
  • Military benefits
  • Veterans benefits
  • Employer benefits
  • Scholarships
  • One-time payment
Your money
Consider what you can put toward your education:
  • Cash
  • Savings
  • Investments
Federal student loans
Help cover remaining education costs with federal student loans:
  • Available to those who qualify
  • Must be paid back with interest
Each column below represents an academic year. Total annual tuition expenses for your degree program appear on top. As you explore the funding options in the next few pages, the amounts you enter will begin to fill these columns.
Federal Pell Grant
Please answer the following questions to help build your Financial Plan.
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You may be eligible to receive a Federal Pell Grant, which is educational funding that doesn't have to be repaid and helps make college more affordable. Financial aid eligibility is, in part, determined by your dependency status. Answering the questions below will help identify whether you have dependent or independent status.
Did you complete the 2015-2016 Free Application for Federal Student Aid? The FAFSA® is required to apply for federal student aid, such as federal grants and loans. The FAFSA® is also used to apply for some state and university financial aid.
Yes
No
What was your expected family contribution? Enter your expected family contribution to skip questions later in the process. To get your EFC, go to www.fafsa.ed.gov and click on "View and Print Your Student Aid Report". You will see an official EFC on your Student Aid Report based on the processing results of your FAFSA in the upper right hand corner.
Your date of birth: MM/DD/YYYY
Marital status: Provide your marital status as of today.
Do you have children or dependents who will receive more than half of their financial support from you while you attend school?
Yes
No
Household size: Count all of the following people as applicable:
  • Yourself
  • Your spouse
  • Your children under the age of 24 if you provide more than half of their financial support
  • Other people if they now live with you and you provide more than half of their support
For example, if your family includes your spouse, your child and you, enter three.
Household members in college: Count yourself and any other people in your household who will be college students while you attend.
Federal Pell Grant
Please answer the following questions to help build your Financial Plan.
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Annual income: Indicate the total annual amount earned in your household. For the most accurate estimate, use your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) from your most recent federal income tax return.
Cash, savings and checking accounts: As of today, indicate the total amount of cash, savings and checking accounts for you and your spouse.
Are you or anyone in your household receiving assistance from any federal benefit programs? Programs include Supplemental Security Income, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Free or Reduced Price Lunch, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, and Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children.
Yes
No
Annual income taxes paid: Indicate the dollar amount of income taxes paid and included on your most recent federal income tax return.
Annual education tax credit amount: Indicate the dollar amount of any education credit such as American Opportunity, Hope and Lifetime Learning tax credit included on your most recent federal income tax return.
Annual child support paid: Indicate the total amount of child support paid by you and your spouse. Don't include support for children in your household.
Annual child support received: Indicate the total amount of any child support payments received by you or your spouse for any of your children. Don't include foster care or adoption payments.
Annual tax-exempt interest income: Indicate the total amount of any tax-exempt interest income you received. Estimate or enter zero, if unknown.
Other untaxed income: Indicate the total amount of any other untaxed income not reported in items above, such as workers' compensation, disability, etc. Don't include extended foster care benefits, student aid, earned income credit, additional child tax credit, welfare payments, untaxed Social Security benefits, Supplemental Security Income, Workforce Investment Act educational benefits, on-base military housing or a military housing allowance, combat pay, benefits from flexible spending arrangements (e.g., cafeteria plans), foreign income exclusion or credit for federal tax on special fuels. Estimate or enter zero, if unknown.
Federal Pell Grant
Please answer the following questions to help build your Financial Plan.
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Parent(s) married: As of today, indicate if your parents are legally married.
Yes
No
Parent's Annual income: Indicate the total annual amount earned in your parents' household from working. Include wages, salaries, tips, etc. Estimate or enter zero, if unknown.
Cash, savings and checking accounts: As of today, indicate the total balance of your parents' cash, savings, and checking accounts. Estimate or enter zero, if unknown.
Did you, your parents, or anyone in your parents' household receive assistance from any federal benefit programs? Programs include Supplemental Security Income, SNAP, free or reduced price lunch, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, and Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children.
Yes
No
Parents' annual income taxes paid: Indicate the dollar amount of income taxes paid by your parents and included on their most recent federal income tax return. Estimate or enter zero, if unknown.
Parents' annual education tax credit amount: Indicate the dollar amount of any education credits such as American Opportunity, and Lifetime Learning tax credits included on your parents' federal income tax returns. Estimate or enter zero, if unknown
Parents' annual child support paid: Indicate the total amount of child support paid by your parents. Estimate or enter zero, if unknown. Don't include support for children in your household.
Parents' annual child support received: Indicate the total amount of any child support payments received. Don't include foster care or adoption payments. Estimate or enter zero, if unknown.
Parents' annual tax-exempt interest income: Indicate the total amount of any tax-exempt interest income received by your parents. Estimate or enter zero, if unknown.
Parents' other untaxed income: Indicate the total amount of any other untaxed income not reported in items above, such as workers’ compensation, disability, etc. Don’t include extended foster care benefits, student aid, earned income credit, additional child tax credit, welfare payments, untaxed Social Security benefits, Supplemental Security Income, Workforce Investment Act educational benefits, on-base military housing or a military housing allowance, combat pay, benefits from flexible spending arrangements (e.g., cafeteria plans), foreign income exclusion or credit for federal tax on special fuels. Estimate or enter zero, if unknown.
Federal Pell Grant
We estimate that you may receive up to $0 in Federal Pell Grant funds for your entire program, reducing your net price to $0.
Based on the information provided, you are not eligible for the Federal Pell Grant. There may be other resources to help pay for your education that don't require repayment.
Pell Grants are funds provided by the federal government that don’t require repayment as long as you meet eligibility requirements and maintain satisfactory academic performance. Based on the information you provided, we’ve estimated the Pell Grant amount for year 1. Assuming no major changes in your finances, we estimate the same amount each year for the remainder of your program. Keep in mind, the federal government has set a lifetime limit on Pell Grants. If you’ve received Pell Grants in the past, it may impact how much Pell Grant funding you'll be eligible to receive at University of Phoenix as you reach that limit.
Moving your cursor over the image above will show you details of your funding breakdown to this point.
There may be more resources to help pay for your education that don't require repayment. Continue to the next step to keep building your financial plan.
These estimates do not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance or a final net price. Price of attendance and financial aid availability change year to year. Not all students receive financial aid. In the period of July-June 2013-2014, 86 percent of our fall cohort (August to October) full-time students enrolling for college for the first time received Pell Grant funding. Students may also be eligible for student loans and other aid not included in this percentage. Students must complete the FAFSA® to determine their eligibility for federal financial aid. For more information on applying for federal student aid, go to www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Military and veterans benefits
You can review brief descriptions of the military and veterans benefits at any time while you complete this page.
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Select a benefit you're planning to use to help finance your education:
Enter the flat monthly rate you expect to receive from Chapter 30:
The full-time rate is $1,648 per month. To find your specific rate, go to www.gibill.va.gov.
Enter remaining months eligible:
Typically, this benefit is available for a total of 36 months.
months
Have you used Tuition Assistance since 10/01/2014?
Yes
No
Enter amount of Tuition Assistance used:
The maximum tuition assistance is $4,500 per year.
Have you used Tuition Assistance since 10/01/2014?
Yes
No
Enter amount of Tuition Assistance used:
The maximum tuition assistance is $4,500 per year.
Have you used Tuition Assistance since 10/01/2014?
Yes
No
Enter amount of Tuition Assistance used:
The maximum tuition assistance is $4,500 per year.
Enter your certificate of eligibility percentage:
This percentage can range from 40-100%. To find your specific rate, go to www.gibill.va.gov.
percent
Enter remaining months eligible:
Typically, this benefit is available for a total of 36 months.
months
Enter your certificate of eligibility percentage:
This percentage can range from 40-100%. To find your specific rate, go to www.gibill.va.gov.
percent
Enter remaining months eligible:
Typically, this benefit is available for a total of 36 months.
months
Enter the flat monthly rate you expect to receive from 1606:
The full-time rate is $362 per month. To find your specific rate, go to www.gibill.va.gov.
Enter remaining months eligible:
Typically, this benefit is available for a total of 36 months.
months
Enter the flat monthly rate you expect to receive from 1607:
The full-time rate is $1,318 per month. To find your specific rate, go to www.gibill.va.gov.
Enter remaining months eligible:
Typically, this benefit is available for a total of 36 months.
months
Enter the amount you will receive every month:
The housing allowance is based on the location of the school for local students and is $755 for online students.
Have you received the annual book and supplies stipend before?
Yes
No
Enter the amount you have received in books & supplies during your last year of school.
The maximum stipend you're eligible to receive for your books and supplies is $1,000 a year. The stipend will be paid proportionally for every course while you're in school.
Have you used MyCAA before?
Yes
No
What date did you begin using MyCAA?
(mm/dd/yyyy)
How much have you used total?
The maximum total amount is $4,000.
Enter amount of MyCAA used since 10/01/2014:
The maximum annual amount is $2,000.
Enter monthly benefit amount:
The full-time rate is $1003.
How many months are remaining?
Typically, this benefit is available for a total of 45 months. To find your specific rate, go to www.gibill.va.gov.
months
Enter your certificate of eligibility percentage:
Typically, this percentage is 100%. To find your specific rate, go to www.gibill.va.gov.
percent
Enter remaining months eligible:
Typically, this benefit is available for a total of 36 months.
months
Have you used Tuition Assistance since 10/01/2014?
Yes
No
Enter amount of Tuition Assistance used:
The maximum tuition assistance is $4,500 per year.
Enter the flat monthly rate you expect to receive from 1606:
The full-time rate is $356 per month. To find your specific rate, go to www.gibill.va.gov.
Enter remaining months eligible:
Typically, this benefit is available for a total of 36 months.
months
Have you used Tuition Assistance since 10/01/2014?
Yes
No
Enter amount of Tuition Assistance used:
The maximum tuition assistance is $4,500 per year.
Enter the flat monthly rate you expect to receive from 1607:
The full-time rate is $1,318 per month. To find your specific rate, go to www.gibill.va.gov.
Enter remaining months eligible:
Typically, this benefit is available for a total of 36 months.
months
Have you used Tuition Assistance since 10/01/2014?
Yes
No
Enter amount of Tuition Assistance used:
The maximum tuition assistance is $4,500 per year.
Enter your certificate of eligibility percentage:
This percentage can range from 40-100%. To find your specific rate, go to www.gibill.va.gov.
percent
Enter remaining months eligible:
Typically, this benefit is available for a total of 36 months.
months
Have you used Tuition Assistance since 10/01/2014?
Yes
No
Enter amount of Tuition Assistance used:
The maximum tuition assistance is $4,500 per year.
Enter your certificate of eligibility percentage:
This percentage can range from 40-100%. To find your specific rate, go to www.gibill.va.gov.
percent
Enter remaining months eligible:
Typically, this benefit is available for a total of 36 months.
months
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.

Glossary of military and veterans benefits for education

  1. Dependents' Educational Assistance (Ch. 35) (dependents, survivors)—Monthly educational benefit entitlement for dependents and survivors of veterans who are 100 percent disabled or who died of a service-connected cause, or were a POW or MIA.
  2. Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship (Post-9/11 GI Bill®) (dependents)—Tuition and fees (with limits), monthly living stipend and book allowance for children of those who died in the line of duty after Sept. 10, 2001.
  3. Montgomery GI Bill® (Ch. 30) (active duty, reservists, veterans)—A monthly educational benefit entitlement dependent on length of military service and student status.
  4. MyCAA (spouses)—Tuition Assistance benefit that provides up to $4,000 toward licensing and credentialing programs.
  5. Post-9/11 GI Bill® (Ch. 33) (active duty, reservists, veterans)—Tuition and fees (with limits), monthly living stipend and book allowance based on length of service after Sept. 10, 2001.
  6. Reserve Educational Assistance Program (REAP—Ch. 1607) (reservists)—Monthly educational benefit entitlement available to reservists activated after Sept. 11, 2001.
  7. Reserve GI Bill® (Ch. 1606) (reservists)—Monthly educational benefit entitlement available to reservists.
  8. Transfer of Post-9/11 GI Bill® Benefits to Dependents (TEB) (dependents, survivors)—Educational benefits transferred to spouses or children by eligible servicemembers enrolled in Post-9/11 GI Bill program.
  9. Tuition Assistance (active duty, reservists)—Tuition assistance resources specific to the major military branches and select National Guard and Reserves.
  10. Vocational Rehabilitation (Ch. 31) (veterans)—Tuition and fee benefits for those with specific disability ratings by the Department of Veterans Affairs due to service-related injury.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.

Military and veterans benefits
You've completed a fully funded Financial Plan and Shopping Sheet

Congratulations! You successfully created a fully funded Financial Plan and Shopping Sheet based on your estimated educational expenses.

Please review the documents to see all the details. You'll be able to download them for reference.

You've completed an overfunded Financial Plan and Shopping Sheet

Based on the information you entered, your funding may exceed your educational costs across all academic years. We encourage you to contact a Military Division Enrollment Representative to discuss your Financial Plan.

Please review your Financial Plan and Shopping Sheet so you can see the details of your funding. You'll be able to download the documents for reference.

Your educational funding

Based on the information you entered thus far, you may be fully funded in one or more academic years but unfunded in others. To help you cover these unfunded years, there are additional ways to secure funding that you don't have to repay.

Click continue to explore these options.

Your educational funding

Based on the information you entered thus far, you may be overfunded in one or more academic years but unfunded in others. To help you cover these unfunded years, there are additional ways to secure funding that you don't have to repay.

Click continue to explore these options.

Your educational funding

Based on the information you entered thus far, you may be unfunded across all academic years. To help you cover these unfunded years, there are additional ways to secure funding that you don't have to repay.

Click continue to explore these options.

Funds you don't have to pay back
Explore the following options to fund your education.
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Employer tuition benefits
Consider employer tuition benefits to help reduce your unfunded costs. Your employer may help you pay for your education. If you're unsure about your tuition reduction eligibility, please speak with your employer.
Do you expect to receive any employer tuition benefits? Military Tuition Assistance should not be listed here.
Yes
No
Is this benefit based on a certain amount or percentage? Indicate if your employer provides a tuition benefit or tuition reimbursement for a certain amount or percentage.
Amount
Percentage
Tuition benefit amount: Indicate the amount of employer tuition assistance you expect to receive for the year.
Tuition benefit percent: Indicate the percent of employer tuition assistance you expect to receive for the year.
What is the annual cap of this tuition benefit? (optional) Indicate the maximum dollar amount this benefit cannot exceed for the academic year.
When does your employer's budget year begin? (optional) You have the option to change the start date based on your employer's budget year. Otherwise, we'll default it to the calendar year beginning January 1.
Scholarships and grants
A scholarship or grant is awarded to help you pay the cost of education and typically does not require repayment. You can obtain a scholarship or grant by meeting the criteria, applying and becoming the successful recipient. Explore scholarship and grant information online by visiting the Center for Scholarship Excellence.
Do you expect to receive any scholarships or grants? Do not include Pell Grant funds.
Yes
No
Scholarships or grants amount: Indicate the dollar amount of scholarships or grants you expect to receive for the year.
Will you receive the funds every year or only once?
Every Year
Only Once
One-time payment
You can make a payment toward your education.
Do you expect to make such a payment?
Yes
No
Amount: Enter an amount you'll pay either each academic year or only once. ("Only once" will apply to your first academic year.)
Do you plan to make this one-time payment every year or only once?
Every Year
Only Once
Funds you don't have to pay back
Almost finished
Click Continue to advance in your Financial Plan.
Your money
Contributing directly to your educational costs is a great way to reduce the need for loans and future debt. Consider the amount of money you can pay per month. You can change this information later as needed.
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How much are you able to pay every month toward your education?
Your money
Based on the $0 you can pay per month, we estimate you will contribute $0 to your program.
Explore your federal student loan options
Continue to proceed with your financial plan
Federal student loans
Estimated federal student loans
Based on the information provided, we project $0 in Federal Direct Loans will not cover your remaining educational expenses. Generally, repayment begins six months after you stop attending the University.
Please select a total loan value of either $0 or a minimum of $100.
The loan amount you need to borrow can be significantly reduced by increasing the monthly personal contribution made while in school. The federal student loan program allows you to choose from a designated repayment plan to meet your needs. To learn more, visit the Federal Student Aid website.
Maximum Estimated Federal Stafford Loans:
Do you plan to apply for the Direct PLUS Loan? This federal loan allows you to borrow additional funds to cover your educational expenses not met by Federal Direct Loans.
Yes
No
Will your parent or legal guardian apply for the Direct PLUS Loan? This federal student loan allows your parent or legal guardian to borrow additional funds for your education. The optional program requires your parent or legal guardian to apply separately from you.
Yes
No
All estimates are based on full-time enrollment. An academic year of less than six credits is considered less than half-time and not eligible for Federal Direct Loans or deferment on any federal loans.
Your Financial Plan and Shopping Sheet is complete and fully funded

Congratulations! You successfully created a fully funded Financial Plan based on your estimated educational expenses.

Please review your Financial Plan and Shopping Sheet to see all the details. You'll be able to download it for reference.

You've completed all the steps in your Financial Plan and Shopping Sheet
Based on the information you entered, your funding doesn't cover all of your educational costs for one or more academic years. Unfunded costs represent the estimated difference between the costs of going to school and all of your available resources to cover those costs.
Ways to cover your unfunded costs:
  • Consider contributing your own money if you initially chose not to.
  • Adjust your indirect expenses if you chose to include them for this plan.
  • If you're employed outside the military, talk to your employer about educational benefits that may be available.
  • Look into scholarships opportunities.
Please review your Financial Plan and Shopping Sheet to see the details of your unfunded costs. You'll be able to download them for reference.
You've completed an overfunded Financial Plan and Shopping Sheet

Based on the information you entered, your funding may exceed your educational costs across all academic years. We encourage you to contact a University Enrollment Representative to discuss your Financial Plan.

Please review your Financial Plan and Shopping Sheet so you can see the details of your overfunding. You'll be able to download them for reference.

Based on the information you entered, your funding may exceed your educational costs across all academic years. We encourage you to contact a Military Division Enrollment Representative to discuss your Financial Plan.

Please review your Financial Plan and Shopping Sheet so you can see the details of your overfunding. You'll be able to download them for reference.

Review your Financial Plan
program
location
Duration of program: 999 months
Expected start date: Month 2100
Expected end date: Month 2100
Your Financial Plan currently estimates you have unfunded costs
Based on the information you provided, your funding may not cover $999,999 of your educational costs. Unfunded costs represent the estimated difference between the costs of going to school and all of your available resources to cover those costs. Consider contributing your own funds or increasing your amount, adjusting indirect expenses, checking into employer educational benefits or looking into scholarship opportunities.
Tuition and expenses Edit
Tuition Tuition is subject to change at any time at the University's sole discretion and tuition cost may fall below or above the estimate provided in the summary.
$0
Estimated tuition discount (−99%) If you're eligible for this, contact a University Enrollment Representative for the exact amount. Employees of many of our employer academic partners typically receive a 3-10 percent tuition reduction from the University. We'll use 99 percent for estimation purposes.
$0
Materials and fees This covers the cost of electronic course materials, books and any fees throughout your program.
$0
Room and board Room and board is the cost of housing (room) and food (board) while at school. You can exclude these estimated costs from your financial plan or change them to reflect your personal situation.
$0
Other expenses Do not include textbooks in this amount. You can include the loan origination fees and the purchase of a computer, software, etc.
$0
Total tuition and expenses
$0
Military and veterans benefits Edit
benefit type
Total military benefits
$0
Funds you don't have to pay back Edit
Federal Pell Grant
$0
Employer tuition benefits
$0
Scholarships
$0
One-time payment
$0
Total benefits
$0
Personal contributions Edit
Personal contributions: ($0/month x 0 months)
$0
Total personal contributions
$0
Federal Direct Loans Edit
Federal Direct Subsidized Loan details:
Principal amount This is the estimated amount borrowed, excluding interest. Maximum loan eligibility can vary year to year by grade level.
$0
Interest amount This is the dollar amount you'll pay that accrues on the outstanding principal balance.
$0
Total principal and interest
$0
Interest rate Interest calculated using the Federal Direct Subsidized Loan fixed rate.
0%
Estimated repayment period
0 years
Estimated monthly loan payment This payment is based on principal only. The federal student loan program allows you to choose from a designated repayment plan to meet your needs. To learn more, visit the Federal Student Aid website.

(Generally repayment begins 6 months after you exit.)
$0
Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan details:
Principal amount This is the estimated amount borrowed, excluding interest. Maximum loan eligibility can vary year to year by grade level.
$0
Interest amount This is the dollar amount you'll pay that accrues on the outstanding principal balance. Interest accrues while you're in school. This amount assumes interest is paid while in school.
$0
Total principal and interest
$0
Interest rate Interest calculated using the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan fixed rate. Your payments may be less if you are eligible for Federal Direct Subsidized Loans.
0%
Estimated repayment period
0 years
Estimated monthly loan payment This payment is based on principal only. The federal student loan program allows you to choose from a designated repayment plan to meet your needs. To learn more, visit the Federal Student Aid website.

(Generally repayment begins 6 months after you exit.)
$0
Federal Direct PLUS Loan details:
Principal amount This is the estimated amount borrowed, excluding interest.
$0
Interest amount This is the dollar amount you'll pay that accrues on the outstanding principal balance. Interest accrues while you're in school. This amount assumes interest is paid while in school.
$0
Total principal and interest
$0
Interest rate Interest calculated using 7.9 percent fixed rate.
0%
Estimated repayment period
0 years
Estimated monthly loan payment The federal student loan program allows you to choose from a designated repayment plan to meet your needs. To learn more, visit the Federal Student Aid website.

(Repayment begins depending upon your loan and previous deferment status.)
$0
Total Federal Direct Loans
$0
Total unfunded costs
Total unfunded costs
$0
Have you considered employer tuition benefits?
Take advantage of employer tuition benefits to help reduce your unfunded costs.
Have you considered personally contributing?
Did you know that if you contribute just $150 a month while you're in school, you can reduce your monthly loan payments and reduce your future student loan debt by $0?
You have unfunded costs.
Your estimated plan shows $0 in unfunded costs. Here are some steps you can take to build out a plan to cover these costs:
  1. If you contribute $0 per month you can cover the entire unfunded amount
  2. Explore other funding options like scholarships, employer tuition benefits, etc
  3. Speak to a representative about your plan options by calling 866.766.0766
By contributing to your educational costs, you have eliminated your future student loan debt for this program.
Have you considered contributing more?
By contributing money while in school, you have reduced your future student loan debt by $0 (total reduction for program). For additional debt savings, you may increase your monthly contribution.
Direct expenses Edit
Direct expenses include credits, tuition, and course-related materials and fees.
Credits, tuition and fees Total
(999 mo.)
Military rate
(999 per credit)
You may be eligible for a military rate, which is lower than our standard rate. This rate may apply to both lower- and upper- division credits.
Lower division creditsCredits
(999 per credit)
Courses numbered 100-299 carry undergraduate, lower-division credit and commonly consist of general education classes.
Upper division creditsCredits
(999 per credit)
Courses numbered 300-499 carry undergraduate, upper-division credit and focus on the degree program and specialization.
Tuition
Tuition is subject to change at any time at the University's sole discretion and tuition cost may fall below or above the estimate provided in the summary.
Estimated tuition discount (-99%)
If you're eligible for this, contact a University Enrollment Representative for the exact amount. Employees of many of our employer academic partners typically receive a 3-10 percent tuition reduction from the University. We'll use 99 percent for estimation purposes.
Materials and fees
This covers the cost of electronic course materials, books and any fees throughout your program.
Application fee (one-time)
Total
Indirect expenses Edit
These are separate from tuition and fees and can include books, computer, rent, utilities, meals, transportation and personal care. The numbers below are institutional averages; adjust them for your situation.
Expenses Total
(999 mo.)
Room and board
Room and board is the cost of housing (room) and food (board) while at school. You can exclude these estimated costs from your financial plan or change them to reflect your personal situation.
Other expenses
Do not include textbooks in this amount. You can include the loan origination fees and the purchase of a computer, software, etc.
Total
Military and veterans benefits Edit
Resource type Total
(999 mo.)
benefit name
Total
Funds you don't have to pay backEdit
Resource type Total
(999 mo.)
Federal Pell Grant
Employer tuition benefits
Scholarships
One-time payment
Total
Personal contributions Edit
Resource type Total
(999 mo.)
Personal contributions
Total
Federal Direct Loans Edit
Resource type Total
(999 mo.)
Federal Direct Subsidized Loans
Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans
Federal Direct PLUS Loans
Total
Unfunded costs
Our financial plan currently estimates you have $999,999 in unfunded costs. Unfunded costs represent the estimated difference between the cost of going to school and all of your available resources to cover the cost. To meet your unfunded costs, you may adjust your monthly contribution, modify your indirect expenses, or explore scholarship opportunities.

All estimates are based on full-time enrollment. An academic year of less than six credits is considered less than half-time and not eligible for Federal Direct Loans or deferment on any federal loans.

The summary provides estimates of the costs that are currently assessed for your selected program at University of Phoenix. Financial estimates are based on the information you provided. Financial estimates may vary from actual costs. Any increase in tuition or materials cost is subject to change at the University's sole discretion and may fall below or above the estimate in the summary. Federal financial aid eligibility and the amount of federal financial aid funds awarded to you, if any, are determined by the U.S. Department of Education and the University. The summary does not guarantee loan repayment amounts and does not include previous student loan balances. A one-time application fee may apply to your program.

For more information about each of these programs, including on-time completion rates, the median debt incurred by students who completed the program and other important information, please visit phoenix.edu/programs/gainful-employment.html

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill

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Est. start date: Month 2100
Est. end date: Month 2100
As you advance through the Financial Plan tool, the tuition and expenses estimates will update here automatically.
Total tuition and expenses
(999 months)
$999,999
Federal grants $999,999
Estimated net price Net price is the dollar amount that must be paid after subtracting financial assistance from cost of attendance. Use net price to determine how much your education will cost and how to budget for it. $999,999
Military and veterans benefits $999,999
Employer benefits $999,999
Scholarships $999,999
One-time payment $999,999
Personal contributions $999,999
Direct Subsidized Loans $999,999
Direct Unsubsidized Loans $999,999
PLUS Loans $999,999
Unfunded costs $999,999
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