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Cost & Aid

Cost & Aid

Ursuline College is proud to offer a variety of financial aid options to Graduate Students that make their goal of earning an advanced degree a reality.

Below you can find information about the cost of attendance for Ursuline’s various graduate programs, as well as information on how to obtain financial aid to help finance your education.

Ursuline College is proud to offer a variety of financial aid options to Graduate Students that make their goal of earning an advanced degree a reality.

Below you can find information about the cost of attendance for Ursuline’s various graduate programs, as well as information on how to obtain financial aid to help finance your education.

2017-2018 Graduate Tuition & Fees

Graduate 2017-2018 Tuition

Graduate per credit hour: $1,094
MBA per credit hour: $842
MAP per credit hour: $548
Educational Administration per credit hour: $657

Graduate student enrollment varies by program.

 

On-Campus Housing 2017-2018 Room & Board

Room (Smith Hall only) one year: $7,828
Board (full meal plan) one year: $5,068
Board (reduced meal plan-Smith Hall residents only) one year: $4,652

Click here for additional off-campus housing options.

 

Technology & Parking Fees

Technology Fee – Full Time Students (per year): $310
Technology Fee – Part Time Students (per year): $230
Parking Fee – All Students (per year): $60
Matriculation Fee – New Students Only (one-time only): $100
Graduation Fee – Last Semester Only (one-time only): $100

Course fees vary – please see the Schedule of Classes for any fees associated with specific courses.

 

Books & Supplies (Estimated)

Even if all of your college costs are covered, it is still a goof idea to arrive on campus with money for immediate purchase of books and incidentals. Delivery of aid is not always immediate, and a student can be expected to pay approximately:

 

Students registered for 6 or more credits: $1,200
Students registered for 3-5 credits: $600
Students registered for fewer than 3 credits: $300

 

Additional Estimated Budget Expenses for All Students

The following expenses are not billed by Ursuline College, unless otherwise indicated.

 

On Campus

Room & Board See Above
Transportation $800
Personal Expenses $1,000

Off Campus

Total Independent Student Allowance: $15,000

 

Note: The cost of attendance for the nine-month academic year includes both direct expenses (tuition, fees, room & board for students living on campus) and indirect expenses (books, supplies, transportation, personal expenses, and room & board for students living off campus). The figure is subject to change and is not meant to represent your Ursuline accounts bill for the academic year, but it is the cost against which we measure your resources to determine your eligibility for aid. If you have any questions about tuition, billing and fees, please call the Student Service Center at 440-646-8309.

Grants

Grants are need-based funds that do not have to be repaid. They come from a variety of sources and can be related to your intended major, financial need, or even your housing preferences.

Loans

Loan funds must be repaid, typically after graduation. To learn about various loan options, visit the loan information pages.

Federal Work Study

Federal Work-Study provides part-time jobs for undergraduate and graduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. The program encourages community service work and work related to the student’s course of study.

Are you ready?

If you’re ready to see how you can change the world as an Ursuline student, begin your application below. Not ready to apply yet? Start learning more about Ursuline by requesting information or visiting today.