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Choose Red for a degree that's worth it.

The University of Central Missouri is committed to keeping your college experience affordable. Commitment to affordability starts with tuition costs, and that's why for the past five years, tuition has increased less than 2% each year. We also lower your overall costs by helping you graduate on time.

  • Zero - The number of times tuition has increased more than the inflation rate in the past six years.
  • Zero - The increase in tuition, fees and room costs from 2013-14 to 2014-15.
  • Zero - The increase in tuition and fees from 2012-13 to 2013-14.
  • 92 - Percentage of students who received financial aid in 2013-14.
  • $113 million - The amount UCM awarded in institutional scholarships and aid in 2013-14.


UCM Financial Aid

Scholarships
To estimate how much scholarship funding you may qualify to receive, visit our scholarship eligibility calculator.

UCM Foundation Scholarships

Choose Red Grant
Starting in fall 2014, the Choose Red Grant will allow regularly admitted students whose permanent residence is one of the eight states bordering Missouri to pay in-state tuition and fees for all classes on the main campus in Warrensburg

Read more about the Choose Red Grant program.

Federal and Missouri Grants
The state of Missouri and the U.S. Department of Education offer funding from several available grant programs to help students pay their educational and living expenses. These grants do not need to be repaid. Visit our grants page.

FAFSA Code: 002454

Questions About Costs or Aid

Student Financial Services
1100 Ward Edwards Building
Warrensburg, MO 64093-5178
660-543-8266

On-Campus Tuition/Credit Hour

Missouri Resident
Undergraduate: $213.15
Graduate: $276.25
Non-Resident
Undergraduate: $426.30
Graduate: $552.50

Net Price Calculator 2014/15

UCM's Net Price Calculator will help you estimate your total cost for your first year at UCM. Please be sure to fill out all information accurately and completely so that we can provide an estimate of net costs after financial assistance. This calculator will provide a preliminary estimate of federal, state and institutional aid eligibility, to help families gauge what aid the student may be awarded and to make arrangements to cover the cost of attendance.

If you are a graduate student, use this calculator. International students should use this calculator.

Your Status
Your age
Are you married?
Do you have children of your own?
Your Oldest Parent's Age
Your parents' annual income
Your parents' assets (do not include house)
Total number of persons in your family (including you and your siblings)
Number of family members attending college (do not include parents)
Your estimated total annual income
Your estimated total assets
Residency (choose one)

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Where do you plan to live?
Cumulative High School GPA (following 6th or 7th semester; convert to 4.00 scale with 2 decimal places)
ACT Composite Score (earned on or before February of senior year in high school)
Transfer Institution Type
Credit Hours Earned
Are you a member of Phi Theta Kappa?
Have you attended UCM before?
Scholarship amounts you expect to receive from outside sources

Full details on costs

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