With tuition and fees of just $7,194 per year, Humboldt State University is a great value. HSU combines incredible academic opportunities with affordability.
What's it really cost to attend HSU?
Estimated total cost of attendance for an undergraduate starting in Fall 2015
When you include food & housing, a typical private college costs more than $43,921 per year to attend.
Average tuition and fees from 2015-2016 as reported to The College Board
Financial Aid Is Available to Most Students
At HSU, 70 percent of students receive some form of financial aid (state and federal grants, institutional aid, subsidized loans, etc.).
Most low-income students received $10,000 in grant funding.
Financially—Is it worth it?
Students who graduate with a bachelor's degree earn on average $23,764 more per year than those with only a high school diploma!
Over a lifetime, that's more than $1 MILLION in increased earnings compared to just having a high school diploma.
Median Weekly Incomes Based on Highest Level of Education
- High school Diploma $678
- Associate Degree $798
- Bachelor's Degree $1,137
- Master's Degree $1,341
- Doctoral Degree $1,623
- Professional Degree $1,730
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; 2013 median earnings for full-time workers 25 and over.