Tuition and financial aid
Attending college requires a significant investment of time and money. Henderson can help you figure out what it will cost to attend as well as where you can get financial aid.
Henderson calculates tuition on a per hour rate. For the 2014-2015 academic year,
- In-state tuition per hour is $199 for undergraduates.
- Out-of-state tuition per hour is $411 for undergraduates.
2015-2016 Costs (projected)
That means that projected costs for the 2015-2016 academic year - for a full-time, in-state student taking 15 hours per semester - are:
- Tuition - $5,970
- Mandatory fees - 1,592
- Room - 4,000
- Meals - 3,022
- Books - 1,600
Total - $16,184
We have a cost and fee sheet so that you can see exactly how your tuition and fees are broken down.
At Henderson, we work to make the college experience more affordable. How can you work to connect your academic aspirations with a successful career? Scholarships, financial aid and tuition payment programs can help.
Each year, more than 90 percent of Henderson undergraduates receive financial aid. This comes in the form of scholarships, grants, loans and work-study programs. Aid is awarded based on a number of factors, including financial need, academic merit and proficiency in athletics and the arts.
Henderson offers the most competitive scholarship packages in the state for undergraduate and transfer students.
Work study is one way to meet your financial aid requirements while attending college.
Henderson’s tuition payment plan is designed to help families meet their tuition obligations in a low-cost, convenient way.
Because today’s decisions will impact the rest of your life, you need the skills to make wise financial decisions. We are excited to offer access to CashCourse, a valuable convenient online resource on money management. Our hope is that by taking full advantage of the information on CashCourse, every Henderson State University student will build a solid foundation for a secure financial future.