Tuition fees for the University of Delaware will increase for the 2019-2020 school year.
For in-state students, undergraduate tuition and fees will increase $600, to $14,280 annually. Out-of-state students are looking at a $1,400 increase to $35,710 annually.
That increase adds up to $946, for a total of $27,488, for in-state students and $1,746, for a total of $48,918, for out-of-state students when combining tuition, mandatory fees, room, and board, when using the standard annual housing and dining options. Student preference may adjust those totals.
Additionally, the university's Associate degree in the Arts Program will increase $79, to $2,113, and $198, to $5,275, for in- and out-of-state students, respectively. Base graduate-level degrees will see tuition increases of 3.9%, or $71, for a total of $1,898, per credit hour.