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Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia - GA - Tuition Fees

Georgia State University
University Plaza
Atlanta, GA  30303-3083
Phone: (404) 651-2000
Email: admissions@gsu.edu
President: Mark P. Becker
Founded in: 1913
Campus Size: 57 acres
Student Faculty Ratio: 19 to 1
Entrance Difficulty: Moderately difficult
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Tuition Fees at Georgia State University:

Financial Aid Phone: (404) 651-2227
 Admissions Phone  : (404) 651-2365

Application Fees for Georgia State University:

Undergraduate Application Fee: $50
Graduate Application Fee: $50
International Application Fee: $50



Application Deadline: 1-May

In District Tuition Fees at Georgia State University:

In District Tuition for Undergrad for 1 year: $9410
In District per Credit hour for Part Time Undergrad:  $236
Total In District Cost of Undergrad Studies for 1 year: $8698
In District per Credit hour for Part Time Grad: $239
In District Tuition for Grad for 1 year: $5760

In State Tuition Fees at Georgia State University:

In State Tuition for Undergrad for 1 year: $9410
In State per Credit hour for Part Time Undergrad: $236
Total In State Cost of Undergrad Studies for 1 year: $8698
In State per Credit hour for Part Time Grad: $239
In State Tuition for Grad for 1 year: $5760

Out Of State Tuition Fees at Georgia State University:

Out of State Tuition for Undergrad for 1 year: $27620
Out of State per Credit hour for Part Time Undergrad:  $843
Total Out of State Cost of Undergrad Studies for 1 year:  $26908
Out of State per Credit hour for Part Time Grad: $954
Out of State Tuition for Grad for 1 year: $21600

Miscellaneous Fees:

Miscellaneous fees for Undergrad 1 year: $1628
Miscellaneous fees for Grad 1 year: $1628
Cost of Books & Supplies:
 $1000


Tuition varies for In District, In State & Out of State students:  Yes
College Affordability Risk Indicator: Not at risk
Average freshman Loans: $300-6625
Average Freshman Grants: $300-17038
Percentage of need met:  %