Piedmont International University is committed to providing academic excellence with innovative learning opportunities while maintaining extremely affordable tuition rates. Here, you'll find average tuition and housing costs for key groups of students.

Average Out-Of-Pocket for Online Undergraduate Students = $0

  • PIU Tuition & Fees: $11,400/year
  • Less Federal Grants: $4,750/year
  • Less Federal Loans: $5,395/year
  • Less PIU Scholarship(s): $3,109

This leaves a credit balance of more than $1,800 on average that can be used for books, computer, and other living expenses.

Average Out-Of-Pocket for Commuter Athletes = $0

  • PIU Tuition & Fees = $11,900/year
  • Less Federal Grants: = $4,628/year
  • Less Federal Loans = $4,941/year
  • Less PIU Scholarships = $4,224

This leaves a credit balance of almost $1,900 on average that can be used for books, computer, and other living expenses.

Average Out-Of-Pocket for Commuter Non-Athletes = $0

  • PIU Tuition & Fees = $11,900/year
  • Less Federal Grants = $5,045/year
  • Less Federal Loans = $4,892/year
  • Less PIU Scholarships = $2,936

This leaves a credit balance of more than $950 on average that can be used for books, computer, and other living expenses.

Average Out-Of-Pocket for Dorm Athletes = $3,870

  • PIU Tuition & Fees = $11,900/year
  • Housing = $8,000/year
  • Less Federal Grants = $4,052/year
  • Less Federal Loans = $8,384/year
  • Less PIU Scholarships = $3,597
  • Out of pocket = $3,867.68

Average Out-Of-Pocket for Dorm Non-Athletes = $5,000

  • PIU Tuition & Fees = $11,900/year
  • Housing = $8,000/year
  • Less Federal Grants = $3,786/year
  • Less Federal Loans = $8,192/year
  • Less PIU Scholarships = $2,923.50
  • Out of pocket = $4,998.12

These figures portray the average grants across the board, not just those receiving grants. Figures based on Fall 2019 enrollment data.