BYU-Pathway Worldwide's low tuition makes it easier than ever to obtain a university degree.
There are two tuition rates for the degree programs and certificates serviced through BYU-Pathway Worldwide.
Standard Rate: Students who did not complete PathwayConnect pay the standard tuition rate of $128 per credit. (This tuition rate is for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Other students pay 25 percent more.)
PathwayConnect Rate: Students who did complete PathwayConnect continue to pay the PathwayConnect tuition rate throughout their degree program.
Use the Cost Estimator below to view tuition rates:
BYU-Pathway Worldwide students pursuing a BYU-Idaho online degree program may be eligible for various forms of financial aid.
U.S. Federal Financial Aid
Degree-seeking students who are citizens of the United States may be eligible for U.S. federal student aid.
Because the degrees offered through BYU-Pathway Worldwide are granted by and accredited through BYU-Idaho, BYU-Idaho’s school code (OPE ID) 00162500 must be used in the application. For complete eligibility guidelines and information on financial aid, please visit BYU-Idaho Financial Aid and view available financial aid options for BYU-Pathway Worldwide students .
PROGRAM APPLICABILITY REQUIREMENTS
Students will only receive federal financial aid for courses required for their declared associate or bachelor’s degree. Students can receive federal financial aid for certificate courses that fill major or elective credit requirements for their associate or bachelor’s degree.
Students who are not U.S citizens or
To apply, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) . Federal student loans are awarded based upon information provided on the FAFSA as well as the number of program-applicable credits a student is registered for. Repayment is required on all federal student loans. A small origination fee will be deducted from each federal loan disbursement.
To apply, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) . Students need to enroll in 12 or more program-applicable credits to receive the full award for a term. Some students may qualify to receive a prorated Pell Grant if they are registered in fewer than 12 program-applicable credits. Federal Pell Grants do not require repayment.