As a degree-completion student in Samford's Evening College, you will be able to complete your degree - a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science - from Samford University by successfully completing 68 credits at the tuition rate of $350 per credit hour. The affordability of our program is remarkable considering the return on investment you will receive as a Samford graduate. Financial aid is available to qualifying students.

Tuition and Fees 2012-2014

Information listed on the Bursar's website applies to courses taken in both the degree and paralegal certificate program. Our tuition is $350 per credit hour, which is very competitive. Students who have already earned a degree and wish only to complete their paralegal certificate must earn thirty (30) credit hours.  Students pursuing a B.A. or B.S. who have already earned a qualifying transferable degree must successfully complete sixty-eight (68) credit hours to earn that degree. Every degree-seeking student must earn a total of 128 credit hours, at least half of which must be earned at Samford.

Evening College Tuition and Fees

Financial Aid Information

Regardless of which Evening College program you are applying for, you will apply as an undergraduate student and will be advised by Elizabeth Martin in the Office of Financial Aid. Visit their website for detailed information about the financial aid process, eligibility, and more. Please make note of very important financial aid deadlines, below.

Office of Financial Aid

Admission Deadlines for Evening College Applicants for Spring-Fall 2014


Term Priority Deadline*

Final Deadline**

Term Begins

Spring 2014

 Jan 8, 2014

Jan 17, 2014

Jan 27, 2014

Fall 2014

Aug 7, 2014

Aug 16, 2014

Aug 26, 2014

* Submission of FAFSA and completed application by this date guarantees financial aid consideration for the current term.
** Applicants applying for admission after this date may be eligible for financial aid through the submission of the FAFSA. Due to possible timing issues or time constraints, financial aid may not be available for disbursement by the first day of class. Students must secure other funding in the meantime to guarantee their continued enrollment.