Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Traditional Track Tuition

2019-20 Academic Year

Application Fee; nonrefundable, submit with the application for admission
$40
Tuition per semester hour; due by the first day of class
$792
Semester hours in the program
36
Health Insurance estimate per year (full-time students, 8 or more hours, without waiver and proof of insurance)
$2,953
Health & Counseling Center fee (5 or more hours, Newberg campus only)
$80
Activity Fee * (5 or more hours, Newberg campus only) 
$75
Parking Permit Fee (fall and spring for students in 5 or more hours, Newberg campus only)
$100
Student body fee (students enrolled in 4-7 hours per semester)
$35
Student body fee (students enrolled in 8 or more hours per semester)
$70
MATG 577 - Clinical Practicum II fee
$300
Graduation Fee; typically covered by the enrollment deposit
$135

* This fee covers university-sponsored activities and access to the Hadlock Student Center

Contact your Admissions Counselor for a list of Oregon license-required fees not charged to your GFU student account.

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The board of trustees reserves the right to adjust charges at any time, after giving due notice. No changes will be made during a semester, nor, unless special circumstances make such action necessary, will changes be made during a given academic year.

Application Fee; nonrefundable, submit with the application for admission
$40
Tuition per semester hour; due by the first day of class
$768
Semester hours in the program
36
Health Insurance estimate per year (full-time students, 8 or more hours, without waiver and proof of insurance)
$2,500
Health & Counseling Center fee (5 or more hours, Newberg campus only)
$75
Activity Fee * (5 or more hours, Newberg campus only) 
$75
Parking Permit Fee (fall and spring for students in 5 or more hours, Newberg campus only)
$100
Student body fee (students enrolled in 4-7 hours per semester)
$35
Student body fee (students enrolled in 8 or more hours per semester)
$70
Graduation Fee; typically covered by the enrollment deposit
$135