Tuition, fees, room and board rates are established annually in the winter for the succeeding year. Prices are moderated through the generosity of friends and alumni of the University and the supporting denomination who annually contribute more than 25% of the University’s operating costs. As a result, tuition and fees cover only 75% of the direct costs of educating students.
In addition, many students are provided financial assistance in meeting the price of attending the University. Approximately 90% of the students receive financial aid in the form of scholarships, grants, loans or work-study assistance. Such assistance is primarily available only to those who file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) by the preferred submission date and is usually limited to full-time students in good standing.
2019 - 2020Typical Investment
|GENERAL INVESTMENT||FALL 2019||SPRING 2020||TOTAL YEAR|
|Room and Board||$4,377||$4,377||$8,754|
The above prices are estimates based on typical students taking 12 to 17 credit hours each semester and two credit hours in January. In addition, special laboratory, course or music fees may be included for some students.
Full-time students carrying 12 or more credit hours, in either the fall or spring semester, are not charged tuition, activity fee, room or board for January Term courses up to two credit hours. Tuition is charged for enrollment above two credit hours.