For the sixth semester in a row, Grand Canyon University is freezing tuition for all current and incoming students.
In 2009, the university froze tuition at its current $16,500 rate and reduced room and board costs, according to a news release. When combined with academic, athletic and college major scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $10,000, tuition for the typical on-campus student is comparable to Arizona's state universities.
On-campus enrollment is expected to triple to 12,000 students by 2015, said Brian Mueller, Grand Canyon University CEO.
Students can still enroll for spring semester classes, which begin Jan. 9.