At less than half the national average for private colleges, our tuition is surprisingly affordable. Additionally, we award more than $5 million annually in merit-, need-, and talent-based scholarships to eligible students.
We offer generous academic and need-based scholarships to virtually every student. Your admissions director can help you apply for scholarships and government grants.
Our curriculum is designed to help you graduate faster. On average, our students earn their degrees in just four years compared to the national average of six years.
Education is an invaluable investment that will enrich and improve your life. Plus, college graduates earn on average $1 million more than their peers without degrees.
To make our tuition as affordable as possible, we award more than $5 million annually in scholarships and financial aid to virtually all eligible students. To review opportunities for financial aid, please visit Scholarships & Aid.
Pricing for university housing includes utilities, furniture, and high-speed internet.
|The Lofts (four-person room)||$1,992|
|Robey & Craton Halls||$2,068|
|Carriage Townhomes (regular room)||$2,120|
|The Lofts (three-person room)||$2,232|
|Carriage Townhomes (large room)||$2,232|
|Walnut Avenue Apartments||$2,524|
|Private Room Fee||$600|
Because living on-campus is connected to many positive outcomes, we offer housing discounts based on class standing.
Available to all students, residential dining plans are required for students in Residence Halls without kitchens.
(175 points per week; 3 meals per day plus snacks)
(150 points per week; 2-3 meals per day)
(100 points per week; 1-2 meals per day)
Commuter dining plans are available to students in Residence Halls with kitchens or students living off-campus.
(50 points per week; 6 meals per week)
(25 points per week; 3 meals per week)
Summer term is an opportunity to graduate faster at a reduced price. Financial aid can be applied to summer costs.
|Summer Tuition||$295||per credit|