I need to look at the cost for the university to conduct a regular face-to-face class, a hybrid class and an online class.
I am not aware of this university having done such a study. I think the people to check with would be Louis Evans, Director of Distance Education, email@example.com and Carol Tucker, Director of Institutional Research, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to look at the evidence for cost-effectiveness of online instruction in general, you can look for articles in the library databases. Go to the library’s homepage at http://www.uhd.edu/library and you’ll see a LibSearch box in the middle of the page. Try the following search: “cost effectiveness” online
Many of the items will not refer to education, but some will. You could also search: “cost effectiveness” blended
The word “blended” is generally used in the literature instead of “hybrid.”
For more information about how to use LibSearch, see https://prezi.com/hozyfernrmxs/welcome-to-uhd-libsearch/.