Tuition & Aid

At $390 per credit hour, the most affordable M.A.T. in the area.

2023-2024 Tuition and Fees

Direct Costs

These items are directly charged by Randolph College. You will see these on your billing statements. This figure is before any financial aid (scholarships/grants, loans, etc.) is applied.

  • Tuition: $390 per credit hour*
  • Housing and Food (on-campus only): $5,945 (fall and spring), $2,774 (summer)
  • Technology Fee: $470 per year ($235 fall and spring only)
  • Accident Insurance: $124 per year ($62 fall and spring only)
  • Health and Counseling Fee: $100 per year ($50 fall and spring, Commuter Only)
  • Graduation Fee: $200 (One-Time Only)
  • Student Health Insurance: $4,366 (If not covered, charged only once per year)
  • Parking Registration Fee (Optional): $100

* The Masters in Teaching program consists of 37 credit hours, which, if completed in a single year, would result in a $14,430 annual tuition cost.

However, because of variations between program tracks, different course loads from semester to semester, and varying rates of student progress through the program, it is difficult to project a consistent annual tuition cost.

Indirect Costs

These items are NOT charged by Randolph College and are other education-related expenses. These amounts are based on averages for students in the MAT program at Randolph College and can vary based on your needs.

  • Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment: $300 (Each Semester)
  • Transportation: $535 (On-Campus), $960 (Off-Campus) (Each Semester)
  • Personal Expenses: $915 (Each Semester)
  • Housing Allowance (Off-Campus): $3,648 (fall and spring), $1,824 (summer)
  • Food Allowance (On-Campus): $273 (fall), $210 (spring), $336 (summer)
  • Food Allowance (Off-Campus/Commuter): $2,205 (fall and spring), $1,764 (summer)
  • Loan Fees: $108 – $158 (Each Semester, depends on loan type)

Financial AidA Randolph College education is one of the best investments you can make, and we work hard to make it affordable.

The most common form of federal assistance available to graduate students is the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program, from which qualifying students may borrow amounts covering the full cost of tuition, fees, and approved housing.

The FAFSA form, available at, is the first step in applying for federal aid. The Randolph College federal code number is 003734.

To learn more about available financial aid options for graduate students, please contact the Financial Aid office at or 434-947-8128.

Randolph MAT graduates process and receive their stoles during Randolph College's commencement ceremony.