Tuition & Fees

Schedule of Tuition & Fees

The following information is for Stockton and Modesto campuses. To view the PDF of the Schedule of Tuition & Fees, click here.

1. Application Fee

A non-refundable $40 application fee is charged for entrance into each program – Undergraduate and Graduate (Master’s and Law). The application fee for a non-resident of the U.S. (see schedule item #8) is $200.


2. Tuition

Humphreys University charges tuition for all educational services.

Tuition is charged at the rate of $405 per quarter unit. 12.5 to 16 units are discounted to the 12 unit rate of $4,860. 16.5 units and over is again charged at the per unit rate of $405 above the discounted 12.5 – 16 unit rate.
For example: 17 units = $5,265 tuition
$4,860 (16 units) + $405 (1 unit)  *There is a 4 unit – $1,620 minimum unit charge.

Court Reporting:
The online Court Reporting program is charged at the rate of $250 per quarter unit. Ev360 lab fees of $103 are charged one time per quarter for non-theory machine classes and are non-refundable.

Graduate programs are charged per quarter unit as follows:
• Law program at Drivon School of Law: $570
• Graduate Programs (on campus): $428
• Master of Legal Studies program (on campus): $428
• Master of Business Administration program (on campus/online): $428
• Master’s in Education program (online): $350


3. Auditing A Class

An “audit” means the course is being taken for no credit. No assignments will be expected of “auditors” and no grade will be given. The regular tuition charge and laboratory fee (if any) apply to an “audit”. If a student has paid in full for a course in which he or she has previously been enrolled at Humphreys University, it may be repeated and no additional tuition will be charged if the student is regularly enrolled for an equal or greater number of units. When all classes are an “audit”, the audit fee for students not regularly enrolled in other classes is the regular tuition rate, but not to exceed the eight (8) unit rate plus any applicable lab fees.


4. Repeating A Class

A student may repeat a class for which he/she has already received credit for the purpose of obtaining a better grade or better understanding of the subject matter. The grade and units for the class will be those of the highest grade, and the units for a class will be applied only once. The regular tuition rate will be applied to all repeated classes.


5. Refund Policy

Refunds of tuition will be made in accordance with the schedule below. The amount of refund will be computed as of the date of withdrawal. The date of withdrawal for the purpose of computing any tuition refund will be the date the Change of Schedule Request is received by the Registrar’s Office.
Scheduled classes are counted from the first day of the quarter. A holiday falling within the first six weeks of the quarter does not extend the refund period.

On or before Friday of the first week of scheduled classes: 100%
After Friday of the first week of scheduled classes, but on or before Friday of the second week: 90%
After Friday of the second week of scheduled classes but on or before Friday of the third week: 50%
After Friday of the third week of scheduled classes but on or before Friday of the sixth week: 25%

No refunds will be made after the beginning of the seventh (7th) week of classes. Date of enrollment has no affect on refund period. Refunds are calculated from the 1st day of the quarter, not from when the class first meets. Seminars and workshops for which no units or grade is awarded are not eligible for any refund. No refunds will be given for specialized online courses.


6. Books

Books may be purchased from the eCampus online bookstore. Visit Book vouchers are available for eligible students, see Student Services.


7. Transcripts

There is a charge of $5 per official transcript. No diploma will be issued nor will any notation of degree conferral be posted on unofficial/official transcripts when there is an unpaid balance due and payable to the University.


8. Non-Resident of the U.S. Fees

A non-refundable application fee of $200. Applicants for admission who are non-residents (not U.S. citizens) or who are not permanent residents of the U.S. are accepted for periods of not less than one academic year. International students must pay for three quarters tuition in advance upon admission. For additional information, please contact an admission counselor.


9. Commencement Fee

Fees are non-refundable once garments and the diploma(s) are ordered.

Commencement Fee (Flat rate, all inclusive): $100
Replacement Diploma: $20
Non-participant (Diploma Only): $25


10. Service Charge

A service charge of $25 per quarter is charged to all accounts not paid in full by Friday of finals week.


11. Returned Check Fee

A $25 processing fee will be charged on all dishonored checks. Two returned checks will permanently revoke the check writing privilege.


12. Testing Fee

The charge to challenge a class for credit is $100. Certificate testing for current/former students is free. For other individually administered exams the University reserves the right to charge.


13. Teacher Performance Assessment (TPA) Fee

Internships /Student Teaching courses in the Teacher Credentialing Programs include a $150 assessment fee per TPA cycle.


14. School Prerogatives

The schedule of tuition and fees are adjusted every July 1. All fees are subject to change upon 30 days notice. The University reserves the right to change courses and/or subject without notice. The University reserves the right to terminate enrollment at any time for failure to pay fees timely or for unsatisfactory scholastic progress. In such terminations, the University will refund unused tuition pro-rata rather than in accordance with item #5.


Information contained herein is subject to change without notice.