Cost of living expenses for Parker University students per trimester are estimated at $8,233, which includes off-campus housing, transportation, and expenses. A large selection of apartment complexes and condominiums surround the college, many of which offer special discounts to Parker students. The Parker University Board of Trustees reserves the right to increase tuition and fees whenever deemed necessary without prior notice. All charges including tuition and fees are due and payable on or before the first day of class.
(one-time, non-refundable but applied towards tuition)
$150 – DC
$100 – MBA
$50 – HCM, HIM, CIS, HIT, RT, DS, OT, AAS-MT
(one time, non-refundable)
$75 – DC
$25 – MT Certificate
$50 – MBA, HCM, HIM, CIS, HIT, RT, DS, OT, AAS-MT
Textbooks and Equipment Fees
Students should expect to spend an average of $1,250 per trimester for required textbooks and equipment fees.
Cost of Living Expenses
Cost of living expenses for Parker University students in the Doctor of Chiropractic and Undergraduate programs per trimester are $9,140.
“Cost of living” refers to books and supplies, room and board, transportation and personal expenses.
Policy on Tuition Increase
The Board of Trustees at Parker University reserves the right to increase tuition and fees whenever deemed necessary without prior notice.
All charges including tuition and fees are due and payable on or before the first day of class.
Military Tuition Rates
Parker University participates in the Department of Defense (DoD) Tuition Assistance (TA) Program providing postsecondary programs available to the military community.
Providing these services offers service members, their eligible adult family members and military retirees ways to advance their personal education and careers.
TA eligible programs at Parker University are as follows:
Military Tuition Rate: $310 per credit hour
in undergraduate programs and $355 per credit hour for MBA programs are in accordance with DoD Instruction 1322.25. Rates do not include costs associated with room, board, distance learning, equipment, supplies, books/materials, exams, insurance, parking, transportation, admissions, registration, or fines.