Tuition (yearly) $18,212
Housing & Meals (yearly) $1,856
Cost information is approximate, please visit the program's website for the most up to date information available.
The Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability at Goddard helps students learn to build a sustainable and just planet for present and future generations. Undergraduate and graduate students may focus their studies on sustainable development, environmental policies, ethics, ecology, landscape architecture, city and regional planning, economics, natural resources, sociology, or anthropology.
As students learn about the diverse, changing needs of their communities, urban and rural, they specialize in a variety of focused areas from climate justice to food sovereignty to local currencies to permaculture and more in ways that are innovative, mindful and lasting. Learning opportunities are limited only by student’s creativity and insights.
Sustainability at Goddard provides every student an opportunity to undertake vital study and work that serves the needs of the earth and community.
Grants & Scholarships
While Goddard’s low-residency model allows our students to continue working while pursuing their degrees, most will need some assistance in putting together the cost of attendance. More than one third of our undergraduate students receive assistance through the Federal Pell or Student Educational Opportunity Grants.
State or Local Grant
Post 9-11 GI Bill
Federal student loans are available to U.S. Citizens and legal permanent residents of the United States who are not in default of other student loans, have not reached their maximum loan amounts, and are not currently using student loans at another college. Available loan amounts vary based on program level and degree track.
Federal Unsubsidized Loan
Parent PLUS Loan
- Professional, scientific, and technical services
- Educational services; state, local, and private