At the University of Nebraska at Kearney, you can get a quality education, be involved in activities, and prepare for a great career without a lot of debt. You’re investing in your future by getting the lowest-cost University of Nebraska degree. Plus, most students get some free money to help pay.

So if you think you can’t afford college, think again. Here’s a look. Depending where you live, these examples are what a undergraduate student will pay who’s taking 15 hours per semester for two semesters living in a basic double room with the Loper meal plan. The Tuition and Fees link breaks it down further. Explore the cost calculator to see what you might pay.

Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas

Tuition:

Fees:

Housing:

Meal Plan:

$5,940

$1,573

$5,058

$4,820

$17,391

Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas

Costs are based on in-state tuition rate for a Nebraska undergraduate student at 15 credit hours per semester for two semesters living in a basic double room with the Loper meal plan. The UNK Advantage scholarship pays the difference between resident and non-resident tuition for qualified admitted students from Colorado and Kansas.

Midwest Student Exchange

Tuition:

Fees:

Housing:

Meal Plan:

$8,910

$1,573

$5,058

$4,820

$20,361

Midwest Student Exchange

Midwest Student Exchange is for residents of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio and Wisconsin, who can enroll at UNK at reduced tuition rate. Cost calculation is based on an undergraduate student taking 15 hours per semester for two semesters living in a basic double room with the Loper meal plan.

Out of State

Tuition:

Fees:

Housing:

Meal Plan:

$12,930

$1,573

$5,058

$4,820

$24,381

Out of State

Costs for students other than Colorado, Kansas, and MSE states. Based on an undergraduate student taking 15 hours per semester for two semesters living in a basic double room with the Loper meal plan.

Paying for College

UNK has plenty of ways to help you pay for your education. Start here by learning about different types of financial aid. Explore how grants, scholarships, loans and other financial aid can help make your education more affordable.