UD Online Tuition and Fees
At the University of Delaware, we provide an excellent education at a great value. We work hard to keep our tuition affordable while maintaining the highest academic standards. UD is often recognized as a best value in higher education for our academic quality and cost, and we recently ranked No. 141 of 500 in Kiplinger’s 2019 Best Values in Public Colleges.1
View your program of interest for detailed tuition information.
Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in an online degree program may be eligible for financial aid, which consists of scholarships, grants and federal loans to offset educational costs.
Find out more about financial aid, application processes and eligibility by exploring UD’s financial aid resources.
If you have questions about University of Delaware tuition for online programs or would like to receive more program-specific information, please fill out our Request for Information form or contact an admissions counselor at (844) 237-1338.
Employer Tuition Reimbursement
Many employers offer tuition assistance to employees who are seeking personal and professional advancement. Talk to your HR representative about potential tuition reimbursement.
If your workplace does not already have a tuition assistance program, the benefits listed below might help convince them.
4 Ways an Online Degree Benefits You and Your Employer
1. Apply Your Skills Immediately:
Many of the new skills you learn can enhance your workplace productivity. An investment in your education is an investment in the future of the organization.
2. Fit Your Program Into Your Life:
You won’t have to interrupt your work schedule to complete one of UD’s flexible online programs.
3. Earn a Top-Notch Education:
Completing one of UD’s rigorous, innovative online programs will give you the skills you need for advancement and provide an impressive credential for your employer.
4. Benefits to Your Employer:
Because you’ll be equipped with leading-edge skills, your company won’t have to recruit and train new leaders. Plus, the IRS offers tax benefits to companies that provide educational assistance.