In a move to make education significantly more affordable, University of the Potomac (UOTP) is reducing domestic tuition costs by 55 percent for associate’s and bachelor’s degrees and 37 percent for master’s degrees.
“It has long been in the hearts of our board, ownership, and faculty to reduce the burden of high tuition costs for our students,” said Dr. Clinton Gardner, President of UOTP.
Beginning with UOTP’s September session, the tuition for a domestic associate’s degree will be $14,400 and $28,800 for a bachelor’s degree. Tuition for master’s degrees will be $16,200. A student’s tuition rate will be locked in for the duration of the degree program. Students also pay a resource fee which includes all e-textbooks, access to UOTP online library and many other tools to help enhance their educational experience.