College is worth the investment

Understanding the cost of college can be overwhelming at first. ֱapp provides these resources to assist with navigating the financial investment of your college experience. 

Tuition and Fees

The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia approves tuition and fees each school year. Rates are usually effective each Fall, but are subject to change according to Board policy. The chart below shows a Total Estimated Cost of Attendance. 

In-State

Out of State *

Tuition & Fees,
15 hours (on campus)
3,550 10,459
Housing (minimum rate) 2,347 2,347
Meal Plan 2,004 2,004
Estimated Books 600 600
Total per term 8,501 15,410
Total 2 Semesters 17,002 30,820

*Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee may qualify for in-state tuition.

Learn more about Valdosta State University's tuition and fees.

Tuition and Fee Schedule  

Student Financial Services

Return on Investment

People with college degrees have higher life-time earnings and lower unemployment rates.

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Source: Southern Regional Education Board SREB.org

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Financial Aid and Scholarships are a helpful way to offset the total cost of education each semester.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Financial Aid and Scholarships are a helpful way to offset the total cost of education each semester.