College is one of the most expensive investments you'll ever make. And that's why we think it should pay off for years to come. An associate degree from Neumont is only the first step in a rewarding career in software development. 


Neumont offers both merit- and need-based grants to students wishing to enroll in the online associate in software development degree program. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. When you apply for admission, you're automatically considered for Neumont financial aid. Scholarships and grants for the online program include:

  • Neumont Scholarship-a merit-based scholarship for up to 25% off tuition per quarter. 
  • Utah Resident Grant-a residency-based grant for locals for up to 25% off tuition per quarter.
  • Gift Aid Grant-a need-based grant for students with demonstrated financial need for up to 25% off tuition per quarter.

A student may be eligible for each of the scholarships and grants listed above for up to 75% off tuition. To maintain eligibility for these scholarships and grants, students must meet certain criteria such as GPA.


Scroll through the information below to find out more about how tuition and fees are charged for Neumont's online associate degree program. Tuition and fees are subject to change.

Fee Type



Per quarter based on full-time enrollment of 12 or more credits. Tuition is $350 per credit for online undergraduate students carrying fewer than 12 credits per quarter.

Books and Supplies:


Estimated cost per quarter. Actual pricing may vary by quarter, program, and available options. The cost of books and supplies may be rolled into a student's financial aid package.

Technology Fee:


Per quarter

Additional fees such as graduation, late registration, and/or course add/drop fees are published in the prevailing Course Catalog.


We realize that paying for college is a major investment for most families. For that reason, we provide individual assistance through the Office of Financial Aid to help students formulate a plan to finance their education. After scholarships and grants have reduced the total cost of attendance, it's time to figure out how to cover the rest. If you still come up short, there are private loan options available to you. 

Neumont University offers both need and merit-based scholarships and grants.


It's okay. Everyone has a gazillion questions about Financial Aid. It may seem overwhelming, but don't worry. Your Financial Aid Advisor will take the time to explain it all at your pace.

Financial Aid FAQ

Ask an expert: 866-301-1300

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