It's important to remember that the tuition and fees displayed here may be higher than what your out-of-pockets costs will be. One thing to know: There are options to help make college more affordable. Financial aid, scholarships, grants and work-study programs are a few of those.
2022-23 academic year tuition and fees
Review the following in-state and out-of-state tuition and fees, as well as housing and dining estimates, for the 2022-23 academic year. Once you have details on your estimated tuition and fees, financial aid awards, scholarships and other tuition assistance amounts, use our Financial Planning Worksheet to estimate your out-of-pocket costs for the academic year.
Virginia Resident Tuition Scholarship
Undergraduate, Virginia-resident students will receive a one-time tuition scholarship to offset the 3% tuition increase in the 2022-23 academic year. This tuition scholarship effectively keeps a 0% tuition increase for undergraduate Virginia residents for the fourth consecutive academic year. Learn more about the Virginia resident tuition scholarship.
|Category||Virginia resident||Non-Virginia resident|
|Tuition and fees||$15,642||$37,588|
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Use VCU's undergraduate and post-undergraduate calculators to estimate your college costs.
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