Graduate/Doctoral Main Campus Programs

Tuition and Fees for the 2024-2025 Academic Year

Fall Semester Payment Arrangement Deadline - August 6, 2024
Spring Semester Payment Arrangement Deadline - January 2, 2025
 Semester Per Credit Cost
Arts & Sciences:

     Master of Arts in Philosophy

     Master of Arts in Theology and Leadership

     Master of Business Administration Programs (MBA)
     Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) $1,220
     Accounting Programs (M.Acc, MS.Tax)
     Special Education
     Clinical Mental Health Counseling
     School Counseling
     Marriage & Family Counseling
     M.A. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
     Ed.S. School Psychology
     Doctorate in School Psychology
     Master in Teaching (MIT) - Cohort Based
     Master of Counseling - Canada Site-Based
     DELA - Principal Certification
     Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice


Mandatory Fees                                                            

Semester Cost
Technology Fee:


Full-time Students (Registered in 6+ credits)


Part-time Students (Registered in 1-5 credits)

Accident Insurance & Wellness Fee***
Sustainability Fee*
International Student Medical Insurance (Active F-1 or J-1 Visa Holders)


Fines and Payment Plan Fees         

Semester Cost    

Late Add/Drop/Withdrawal Fee, per each add/drop/withdrawal


Rebilling Fee of 1% or $2.00, whichever is greater
Payment Plan Enrollment Fee
Payment Plan Late Enrollment Fee
Non-Payment/Non-Arrangement Fee - 3% unpaid balance
Returned Check Fine
Stop Payment on Check Fee


Other Fees

Semester Cost

Degree Application/Late Degree Application Fee


ZAGCARD Replacement Fee
Transcript Fee in Person
Transcript Fee Online


Optional Fees                                                          
Semester Cost
Fitness Center Fee

Technology Fee
The technology fee goes directly towards improving the student experience on campus. A few of the major areas this covers; increasing bandwidth, increasing wireless availability, curricular software in computer classrooms and labs, computer labs, printer/copier maintenance across campus, cable television accessibility, increasing available language options, IP TV service offering, server/cloud storage, software, OneDrive storage and support from IT Helpdesk team. Information Technology Services

Optional Fitness Center Fee
The Fitness Center Fee is mandatory for all full-time undergraduate students, and an optional fee for all other populations. The membership cost grants access to the Rudolf Fitness Center using your ZAGCARD for that semester. Membership Services- RFC

Accident Insurance & Wellness Fee*** charged per semester
Students who are enrolled in an on-campus degree-seeking program are eligible to receive care at Health & Counseling Services and are enrolled in the university-sponsored Student Accidental Insurance coverage.  At this time, non-matriculated and Virtual Campus students are not eligible to receive care at Health & Counseling Services. The purpose of this plan is to cover accidental injuries that occur on campus or during university-sponsored off-campus events. This plan helps students cover the upfront cost associated with an accident claim, after their primary insurance has paid. Basic medical expenses associated with the accident may be covered at 100% with no deductible. 

Gonzaga University does not offer a university-sponsored medical insurance plan to non-international students. Students in need of medical insurance are encouraged to explore available options at:

International Student Medical Insurance
If you are attending Gonzaga University on an F-1 or J-1 non-immigrant visa, you are required to purchase the university-sponsored medical insurance for the duration of stay. For more information about this plan from LewerMark International, please visit:

Sustainability Fee
The Sustainability fee feeds the Green Fund, which is a student-led initiative to help support Gonzaga’s commitment to “care for the planet” (Gonzaga Mission Statement); it supports a more environmentally conscious community and makes active the willingness to supplement the Climate Action Plan’s efforts to reduce the campus’s climate footprint and to cultivate life-long ecologically friendly habits by GU students.  It supports sustainability initiatives created and carried out by students. Sustainability at Gonzaga | Gonzaga University

*(Students can opt out of this fee, but they must submit a written request to Student Accounts Each semester by the Add/Drop Deadline Date).

The cost of books and supplies will vary depending on your major and class schedule and are not billed through the Student Accounts Office. Please see visit the Zag Shop Website or call 509.313.6390 for information regarding costs and payment options for purchasing books. 

Bulldog Bucks is a stored value account managed by the University. It provides a convenient and secure way to make purchases using the ZAGCARD at both on and off campus locations. For more information visit: