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Tuition and Financial Aid

At Spring Hill College, we understand that paying for college is a significant undertaking, and we put our students first when we set our tuition costs. We’re committed to working with every student to ensure our education is accessible.

Our financial aid programs and one-on-one support provide ample opportunity to mitigate costs and help students receive an affordable education.

Financial Aid

You make an investment in yourself when you earn your degree at Spring Hill College. There are multiple ways to help make your education more affordable.

Look into whether federal aid or private loans are a good fit for you. If you apply for financial aid you need to submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) online.

You should also explore any external scholarship opportunities to help lower the out-of-pocket costs. Further, employer reimbursement can also help cover the cost of tuition.

Spring Hill College also offers tuition planning: our team of experts can walk you through all your options when you apply.

If you have any questions, be sure to contact your enrollment counselor, who can put you in touch with our tuition planners.


You may qualify for federal loans or grants. To find out, fill out the FAFSA as soon as possible. You will be asked for Spring Hill College’s school code, which is 001041.


Many loan options are available to students. Consider federal loans offered through your FAFSA application or look into private loans.


Spring Hill College does not offer scholarships to online students, but outside scholarships can help reduce out-of-pocket expenses.

Military Benefits

Spring Hill College proudly participates in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Educational Benefits Programs. We also offer a discounted cost per credit for military students, at $250 for online graduate and undergraduate students.

Employer Tuition Reimbursement

Employers that are invested in the professional development of their employees often provide tuition assistance in an effort to encourage and support them. Reach out to your employer to see if they have a tuition reimbursement program.

If your employer does not offer tuition reimbursement, the advantages listed below may help convince them to offer such benefits.

To learn more about your options, reach out to our enrollment team at 855-557-1557.

Four Ways an Online Degree Benefits You and Your Employer

1. Develop leadership skills

A Spring Hill College education helps students develop the communication, critical thinking and leadership skills that make them indispensable members of their teams.

2. Take classes around your schedule

Spring Hill offers conveniently scheduled classes and lectures and classwork that can be completed on the student’s schedule — without missing work.

3. A more consistent employee performance

In the past, returning to school and earning a degree meant quitting a job or reducing work hours. But an online degree means more learning and more flexibility.

4. Employers benefit as well

Many of the new skills you learn can be applied immediately to enhance the workplace. By investing in your education, employers gain a more knowledgeable employee.

Tuition Calculator

Are you looking to estimate your total out-of-pocket cost, including tuition, fees, and financial aid? Our tuition calculator can help.*

At Spring Hill College, we’re committed to offering affordable, accessible, and high-quality online degree programs. We also believe in transparency, avoiding hidden costs and fees whenever possible.**

To get started, select your desired program. Stuck on something? Click on the information icons for additional context.


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*The Tuition Calculator is based on programmatic information and student-generated inputs. All financial calculations should be taken as potential estimations and not actuals. To get a more accurate sense of total tuition, please consult with an enrollment team member.