Tuition, Fees, and Living Costs Analysis

UndergraduateGraduatePer Credit HourEarning After GraduationComparison
For the academic year 2021-2022, the undergraduate tuition & fees at Georgia State University is $9,286 for Georgia residents and $24,517 for out-of-state students. The 2022 Georgia State tuition & fees are same as the last year for both undergraduate and graduate schools. Its in-state undergraduate tuition and fees is lower than the average amount ($11,724) and its out-of-state undergraduate tuition and fees is lower than the average amount of similar schools' tuition ($30,786 - public Research University (very high research activity)).
The 2023 projected undergraduate tuition & fees for Georgia State is $9,670 for Georgia residents and $27,440 for out-of-state students. It is a 11.9% increase compared to 2022's rate. This rate is officially announced by school and it may be subject to change. For update and details of fee schedule, check the school's bursar/financial aid page.
The living costs including for room, board, transpiration, and other personal expenses is $19,548 for year 2022. The on-campus living costs increased by 2.80% compared to the previous year.The off-campus living costs decreased by 6.15% compared to the previous year.
Georgia State Undergraduate Tuition & Fees
YearIn-StateOut-of-StateOn Campus Room & Board, Other Expenses
2020-2021$9,286 $24,517$19,016
2021-2022$9,286$24,517$19,548
2022-2023$9,670$27,440$20,095
Change % 2022-20234.14%11.92%2.80%
*** The 2022-2023 tuition is announced/published officially by the Georgia State directly. See the Georgia State bursar/financial aid page for more information.
For Graduate School, in-state tuition and fees is $9,292 and out-of-state tuition and fees is $24,790 for the academic year 2021-2022. Its in-state graduate tuition and fees is lower than the average amount ($14,071) and its out-of-state graduate tuition and fees is a little bit lower than the average amount of similar schools' tuition ($28,817 - public Research University (very high research activity)).
The 2023 estimated tuition & fees at Georgia State is $9,280 for Georgia residents and $26,500 for out-of-state students. It is a 6.9% increase compared to 2022's rate. This rate is officially announced by school and it may be subject to change. For update and details of fee schedule, check the school's bursar/financial aid page.
Georgia State University has a law school and its tuition is different from other graduate programs, usually higher. The law school tuition is $17,202 for in-state and $36,810 for out-of-state students. See the detailed law school tuition at Georgia State University College of Law page.
Georgia State Graduate Tuition & Fees
YearIn-StateOut-of-StateOn Campus Room & Board, Other Expenses
2020-2021$9,292 $24,790$19,016
2021-2022$9,292$24,790$19,548
2022-2023$9,280$26,500$20,095
Change % 2022-2023-0.13%6.90%2.80%
*** The 2022-2023 tuition is announced/published officially by the Georgia State directly. See the Georgia State bursar/financial aid page for more information.
The below table describes the cost per credit hour for part-time students and/or full-time students who take additional courses more than regular credit hours at Georgia State. The undergraduate tuition per credit hour is $298 for Georgia residents and $933 for out-of-state students. The graduate tuition per credit hour is $398 for Georgia residents and $1,259 for out-of-state students.
Per Credit Hour Charge (2021-2022)
YearIn-StateOut-of-State
Undergraduate2020-2021$298$933
2021-2022$298$933
2022-2023$298$933
Graduate2020-2021$398$1,259
2021-2022$398$1,259
2022-2023$398$1,259
The 2022 costs per credit hour has been officially published by IPEDS and 2023 costs is estimated based on the change rate of last two years.
The next table summarizes the average earning by years after graduation from the school. After 6 years of graduation, the mean earning is $38,100 and, after 10 years of graduation, the mean earning is $48,200 for Georgia State University graduates.
Mean Earning After Graduation By Time
TotalMaleFemale
6 Years After Graduation$38,100$41,600$36,000
7 Years After Graduation$38,400--
8 Years After Graduation$43,300--
9 Years After Graduation$43,900--
10 Years After Graduation$48,200$54,700$44,100
The next table compares the tuition & fees between Georgia State University and its similar schools. The similar schools are based on factors such as school type, level, and rivalry schools.
Tuition Comparison between Georgia State University and Similar Schools
In-StateOut-of-State
Georgia State University$9,286$24,517
Texas State University$11,135$22,559
Troy University$9,312$18,624
University of South Alabama$8,756$17,012
Arkansas State University$7,130$12,698
Georgia Southern University$6,485$17,539

Four(4) Years Tuition & Fees and Costs of Attendance

Tuition & FeesCOAAfter Financial Aid

How Much is the tuition for 4 years at Georgia State?

For the students who were admitted in Fall 2022, the estimated tuition for 4 years at Georgia State is $37,581 for Georgia residents and $99,441 for out-of-state students.
Since the tuition & fees at Georgia State University have risen very slightly (very lower than national average) over the last 4 years, the actual costs may differ from the estimation based on the school or University system's new tuition policy.
The estimation excludes the book, supplies, and living costs before receiving any financial aid. See the other tabs for estimating 4-year total costs of attendance and after financial aid. The next table shows the estimated 4-years tuition & fees for the next 5 admission years. The estimation is based on 4-years changes in tuition & fees at the school.
Projected Four(4) Years Tuition & Fees
ResidencyFreshmenSophomoreJuniorSenior4 Years Total
Class of 2026 (Admission Fall 2022)In-State$9,330$9,373$9,417$9,461$37,581
Out-of-State$24,654$24,791$24,929$25,068$99,441
Class of 2027 (Admission Fall 2023)In-State$9,373$9,417$9,461$9,506$37,757
Out-of-State$24,791$24,929$25,068$25,207$99,994
Class of 2028 (Admission Fall 2024)In-State$9,417$9,461$9,506$9,550$37,934
Out-of-State$24,929$25,068$25,207$25,347$100,551
Class of 2029 (Admission Fall 2025)In-State$9,461$9,506$9,550$9,595$38,112
Out-of-State$25,068$25,207$25,347$25,489$101,111
Class of 2030 (Admission Fall 2026)In-State$9,506$9,550$9,595$9,640$38,290
Out-of-State$25,207$25,347$25,489$25,631$101,674
The table shows the 4-years estimation of total costs of attendance (COA). It includes the tuition & fees, books & supplies costs, room & board charges, and other living expenses.
For the students who were admitted in Fall 2022, the estimated 4-years COA is $136,032 for Georgia residents and $197,891 for out-of-state students.
Since the tuition & fees at Georgia State University have risen very slightly (very lower than national average) over the last 4 years, the actual costs may differ from the estimation based on the school or University system's new tuition policy. The next table shows the 4-year COA estimation for the next 5 admission years at Georgia State University.
Four(4) Years of Costs of Attendance
ResidencyFreshmenSophomoreJuniorSenior4 Years Total
Class of 2026 (Admission Fall 2022)In-State$32,039$33,307$34,531$35,819$136,032
Out-of-State$47,363$48,724$50,153$51,651$197,891
Class of 2027 (Admission Fall 2023)In-State$33,307$34,641$35,929$37,285$141,515
Out-of-State$48,724$50,153$51,651$53,224$203,752
Class of 2028 (Admission Fall 2024)In-State$34,641$36,045$37,401$38,828$147,285
Out-of-State$50,153$51,651$53,224$54,875$209,902
Class of 2029 (Admission Fall 2025)In-State$36,045$37,522$38,949$40,452$153,358
Out-of-State$51,651$53,224$54,875$56,607$216,357
Class of 2030 (Admission Fall 2026)In-State$37,522$39,077$40,580$42,162$159,749
Out-of-State$53,224$54,875$56,607$58,427$223,133
Last year, 79% of enrolled undergraduate students have received grants or scholarship aid. It includes any financial aid from the federal government, state, local, institute, and other sources known by the institution. It excludes federal/private student loans.
After receiving the financial aid, the net price for 4 years of attending the school is $101,220 for Georgia residents and $163,079 for out-of-state students.
Since the tuition & fees at Georgia State University have risen very slightly (very lower than national average) over the last 4 years, the actual costs may differ from the estimation based on the school or University system's new tuition policy. The next table shows the 4-year COA estimation with financial aid for the next 5 admission years at Georgia State University.
Four(4) Years Costs of Attendance after Financial Aid
ResidencyFreshmenSophomoreJuniorSenior4 Years Total
Class of 2026 (Admission Fall 2022)In-State$23,336$24,604$25,828$27,116$101,220
Out-of-State$38,660$40,021$41,450$42,948$163,079
Class of 2027 (Admission Fall 2023)In-State$24,604$25,938$27,226$28,582$106,703
Out-of-State$40,021$41,450$42,948$44,521$168,940
Class of 2028 (Admission Fall 2024)In-State$25,938$27,342$28,698$30,125$112,473
Out-of-State$41,450$42,948$44,521$46,172$175,090
Class of 2029 (Admission Fall 2025)In-State$27,342$28,819$30,246$31,749$118,546
Out-of-State$42,948$44,521$46,172$47,904$181,545
Class of 2030 (Admission Fall 2026)In-State$28,819$30,374$31,877$33,459$124,937
Out-of-State$44,521$46,172$47,904$49,724$188,321

Tuition, Fees, and Living Cost Tables and Charts

Next tables and charts illustrate the 2022 tuition, fees, books & supplies, and living costs in detail. We provide the previous 5 years' costs so that you can check the increased amounts of each cost item and estimate future year costs. In addition, you can check the financial aid amount including grant, scholarship, and federal student loans for the last five years. Use the left menu to explore the tuition and college costs information at Georgia State University.
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Georgia State University 2022 Costs of Attendance
In-StateOut-of-State
Tuition and FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs Tuition & FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$9,286$2,000$19,548$24,517$2,000 $19,548
Graduate$9,292 $2,000$19,548$24,790 $2,000$19,548


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