When calculating the annual cost of a college degree, you should consider a number of factors including tuition, books/supplies, parking, housing and meal plans. Here you will find information to help you assess the cost of attending Georgia State.
Undergraduate Student Tuition and Fee Rates
Students who reside permanently in Georgia under specific circumstances receive reduced tuition rates. To be awarded the in-state tuition rate, you must demonstrate that you, your parent, your spouse or your court-appointed guardian (if you are a minor) is a legal resident of Georgia for tuition purposes. Visit our tuition classification page for more information on what defines in-state residency.
Students who are not residents of Georgia receive these tuition rates. For more information about residency status, visit our tuition classification section.
Visit our Cost Calculator to get a personalized estimate of the cost of attending Georgia State.
The tables below will give you an idea of the amounts and frequency of additional fees that might factor into your overall tuition estimate.
* During Late Registration, students who register initially or register again for classes dropped due to lack of fee payment will incur a nonrefundable late registration fee of $50.00. In addition, any registration revision after Late Registration must be done in the One Stop Shop and may be refused by the faculty member. Students will be charged a nonrefundable manual registration fee of $37.50 for each revision at the One-Stop Shop.
**Fee excludes the cost of Regalia.