Skips to main content

Application and Cost


You’re starting off on the right foot by making a financial plan that helps you reach your academic and career goals. And, thanks to a generous subsidy from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, all of our students have access to lower-cost tuition. So take a look at the average cost of attendance at Ensign College and start your plan today.

Tuition per Semester


Credits Campus Students - Church Member / Non-Church Member Online (Standard) - Church Member / Non-Church Member
1-11 $157 per credit / $314 per credit $135 per credit / $168.75 per credit
12-18 $1,883 / $3,766 $135 per credit / $168.75 per credit
18+ $157 per credit / $314 per credit $135 per credit / $168.75 per credit

Church Member: Student is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Church Non-Member: Student is not a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Online (Standard): Student was admitted as an online student without ever completing PathwayConnect*.

*Students who have completed PathwayConnect and are now a matriculated online student will have varying tuition charges based on location. Specific tuition costs can be requested from the Cashier's Office ( ).

Financial Aid Cost of Attendance

2022-23 Fall/Winter

Living Off Campus Living With Parents
Church Member Tuition $3,766 $3,766
Non-Church Member Tuition $7,532 $7,532
Books & Supplies $236 $236
Room & Board $6,726 $3,472
Transportation $2,920 $2,920
Personal Expenses $1,520 $1,520
Loan Fees $50 $50
CHURCH MEMBER TOTAL $15,218 $11,964

NOTE: These estimations are for two semesters for full-time students, and are subject to change based on enrollment.

admissions paperwork
Learn about Ensign College's admissions deadlines, checklists, deferment and more.
Students talking together outside
Follow these step-by-step instructions to apply, and you'll be on your way to a better life.
typing on a laptop
Learn about all the tools available to help you get registered and manage your course load.
international students studying
Are you an international student? Please review these policies and procedures you'll need to follow to legally study in the US.
Student smiling outside
Once you've been accepted to Ensign College, you can apply for financial aid using the FAFSA.
students working on homework
Scholarships can also help you pay for college without requiring you to repay the award.
Health Plans
You'll need to have a health plan either through the College or through a private provider.
Learn more about the College and your program/major by attending Orientation for new students.
Doing homework in the library
Students can pay their account balance in their MyEnsign.

Have a question? Our Virtual Assistant may be able to help.

Close Modal