Online Tuition & Funding
Engineering Online Student Tuition
All students enrolling in online courses pay the same tuition regardless of residency or student status. Tuition and fees are due approximately one month after the start of the semester. Please see the Calendar for the current semester due date for tuition and fee payments.
Fall 2020 - Summer 2021 (Academic Year)
|Total Tuition and Fees for Online Degree Students||Total Tuition and Fees for Non-Degree Online Students*|
|1 credit hour||$1110||$1408|
|2 credit hours||$2220||$2518|
|3 credit hours||$3330||$3628|
|4 credit hours||$4440||$4738|
*Includes a University General Fee of $298 that is assessed per semester and not by credit hour
Fall 2019 - Summer 2020 (Academic Year)
|Total Tuition and Fees for Online Degree Students
||Total Tuition and Fees for Non-Degree Online Students*
|1 credit hour||$1084||$1377|
|2 credit hours||$2168||$2461|
|3 credit hours||$3252||$3545|
|4 credit hours||$4336||$4629|
*Includes a University General Fee of $293 that is assessed per semester and not by credit hour
Please note: The University assesses a 2.4% convenience fee for all credit card transactions.Tuition and fee assessments will be calculated in the Banner system and made available for viewing in the Web Self-Service system.
The University will accept MasterCard, Discover, American Express, checks, and e-checks for payment of tuition and fees. Please note that the University assesses a 2.4% convenience fee for all credit card transactions. Visit the University Student Financial Services and Cashier Operations (USFSCO) Web site for details and contact our office if you have any questions about your student account.
The University does not send tuition and fee assessments by mail. E-bills are replacing paper bills and will be sent to your official University email account, not to personal email accounts, after the semester begins.
Billing Your Company or Sponsor
If your education at the University of Illinois is being supported by an outside agency, please visit USFSCO to bill your agency directly. Outside agencies can be your company or business, other schools, educational foundations, and governmental agencies.