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Tuition and Cost

Tuition and Cost

Ursuline College remains one of the most competitively priced private colleges in Ohio, a reflection of our goal to give you a high quality education at a price you can afford.

A college education is one of the best investments anyone can make, and financing a college education is an important concern for nearly every student. We’re proud to have been named the most affordable private liberal arts college in Ohio for three consecutive years by the U.S. Department of Education College Scorecard, and to continue to work with students every day to make sure their dreams of obtaining a degree are within reach. Tuition is charged per credit hour, meaning you never pay for classes you don’t take with a flat fee. Additionally, we offer one-on-one counseling with our Financial Aid staff, and a variety of payment plans to help families find the best way to pay for college.

Ursuline College remains one of the most competitively priced private colleges in Ohio, a reflection of our goal to give you a high quality education at a price you can afford.

A college education is one of the best investments anyone can make, and financing a college education is an important concern for nearly every student. We’re proud to have been named the most affordable private liberal arts college in Ohio for three consecutive years by the U.S. Department of Education College Scorecard, and to continue to work with students every day to make sure their dreams of obtaining a degree are within reach. Tuition is charged per credit hour, meaning you never pay for classes you don’t take with a flat fee. Additionally, we offer one-on-one counseling with our Financial Aid staff, and a variety of payment plans to help families find the best way to pay for college.

2019-2020

2019-2020 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

Undergraduate 2019-2020 Tuition

Full-time Flat Rate per Year (12-18 credits per semester):
new students only
$33,120
Undergraduate per credit: $1,104
Second Degree Accelerated Program per credit: $502

On average, undergraduate students must take 32 credits per year to graduate in four years.

On-Campus Room & Board fees for 2019-2020

Room (double occupancy) one year: $5,684
Room (single occupancy) one year: $8,984
Room (Smith Hall Suite) one year: $8,406
Board (full meal plan) one year: $5,442
Board (reduced meal plan – Smith Hall only) one year: $4,996

Technology & Parking Fees

Technology Fee – Full Time Students: $320
Technology Fee – Part Time Students: $240
Parking Fee – All Students: $60
Matriculation Fee $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 good 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 12 or more credits: $1,200
Students registered for 9-11 credits: $900
Students registered for 6-8 credits: $600
Students registered for fewer than 6 credits: $300

Additional Estimated Living Expenses

The following estimated expenses are not billed by Ursuline College unless noted. The figures are used as a measure to determine your eligibility for aid.

Living With Parents:

Room & Board $2,500
Transportation $3,000
Personal Expense $2,000

Living On Campus:

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

Living Off Campus (Dependent Students):

Room & Board $6,450
Transportation $3,000
Personal Expense $2,000

Living Off Campus (Independent Students):

Room & Board $8,550
Transportation $4,550
Personal Expense $2,900

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.

2019-2020 Graduate Tuition & Fees

Graduate 2019-2020 Tuition

Counseling & Art Therapy per credit hour $1,174
Educational Administration per credit hour $702
Historic Preservation per credit hour $1,174
Liberal Studies per credit hour $1,174 (Liberal Studies students employed as teachers, school administrators or librarians may receive a 1/3 tuition reduction upon verification of eligibility)
Master Apprenticeship Program per credit hour $587
Reading Endorsement $502
Early Childhood Generalist (4-5) Endorsement $502
Master of Business Administration per credit hour $903
Master of Science in Nursing per credit hour $1,174
Doctor of Nursing Practice per credit hour $1,174
Theological & Pastoral Studies per credit hour $702

Graduate On-Campus Room & Board Fees

Room (Smith Hall Suite) one year: $8,406
Board (full meal plan) one year: $5,442
Board (reduced meal plan – Smith Hall only) one year: $4,996

Technology & Parking Fees

Technology Fee – Full Time Students: $330
Technology Fee – Part Time Students: $250
Parking Fee – All Students: $60
Matriculation Fee $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 good 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 12 or more credits: $1,200
Students registered for 9-11 credits: $900
Students registered for 6-8 credits: $600
Students registered for fewer than 6 credits: $300

Additional Estimated Living Expenses

The following estimated expenses are not billed by Ursuline College unless noted. The figures are used as a measure to determine your eligibility for aid.

Living With Parents:

Room & Board $2,500
Transportation $3,000
Personal Expense $2,000

Living On Campus:

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

Living Off Campus (Dependent Students):

Room & Board $6,450
Transportation $3,000
Personal Expense $2,000

Living Off Campus (Independent Students):

Room & Board $8,550
Transportation $4,550
Personal Expense $2,900

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.

2019-2020 UCAP Tuition & Fees

UCAP 2019-2020 Tuition

Undergraduate UCAP per credit: $682
UCAP RN/BSN program per credit: $335
UCAP Social Work 0n-Line program per credit: $502
Undergraduate per credit: $1,104

Fees

Matriculation Fee $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 good 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 12 or more credits: $1,200
Students registered for 9-11 credits: $900
Students registered for 6-8 credits: $600
Students registered for fewer than 6 credits: $300

Additional Estimated Living Expenses

The following estimated expenses are not billed by Ursuline College unless noted. The figures are used as a measure to determine your eligibility for aid.

Living With Parents:

Room & Board $2,500
Transportation $3,000
Personal Expense $2,000

Living Off Campus (Dependent Students):

Room & Board $6,450
Transportation $3,000
Personal Expense $2,000

Living Off Campus (Independent Students):

Room & Board $8,550
Transportation $4,550
Personal Expense $2,900

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.

2018-2019

2018-2019 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

Undergraduate 2018-2019 Tuition

Undergraduate per credit: $1,069

On average, undergraduate students must take 32 credits per year to graduate in four years.

 

On-Campus Housing 2018-2019 Room & Board

Room (double occupancy) one year: $5,506
Room (single occupancy) one year: $8,702
Room (Smith Hall) one year: $8,142
Board (full meal plan) one year: $5,270
Board (reduced meal plan-Smith Hall only) one year: $4,838

 

Technology & Parking Fees

Technology Fee – Full Time Students: $320
Technology Fee – Part Time Students: $240
Parking Fee – All Students: $60
Matriculation Fee – New Students 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 good 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 12 or more credits: $1,200
Students registered for 9-11 credits: $900
Students registered for 6-8 credits: $600
Students registered for fewer than 6 credits: $300

 

Additional Estimated Budget Expenses for All Students

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

 

With Parents

Room & Board $2,500
Transportation $2,550
Personal Expenses $2,000

On Campus

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

Off Campus

Room & Board $6,450
Transportation $2,550
Personal Expenses $2,000

 

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.

2018-2019 Graduate Tuition & Fees

Graduate 2018-2019 Tuition

Graduate per credit hour: $1,138
MBA per credit hour: $876
MAP per credit hour: $570
Educational Administration per credit hour: $683

Graduate student enrollment varies by program.

 

On-Campus Housing 2018-2019 Room & Board

Room (Smith Hall only) one year: $8,142
Board (full meal plan) one year: $5,270
Board (reduced meal plan-Smith Hall residents only) one year: $4,838

Click here for additional off-campus housing options.

 

Technology & Parking Fees

Technology Fee – Full Time Students (per year): $320
Technology Fee – Part Time Students (per year): $240
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 good 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.

2018-2019 UCAP Tuition & Fees

UCAP 2018-2019 Tuition

Undergraduate UCAP per credit hour: $660
Undergraduate per credit hour: $1,069

 

Fees

Matriculation Fee – New Students 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 good 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 12 or more credits: $1,200
Students registered for 9-11 credits: $900
Students registered for 6-8 credits: $600
Students registered for fewer than 6 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 $10,726
Transportation $800
Personal Expenses $1,000

With Parents

Room & Board $2,500
Transportation $2,550
Personal Expenses $2,000

Off Campus

Room & Board $6,450
Transportation $2,550
Personal Expenses $2,000

 

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.

2017-2018

2017-2018 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

Undergraduate 2017-2018 Tuition

Undergraduate per credit: $1,028

On average, undergraduate students must take 32 credits per year to graduate in four years.

 

On-Campus Housing 2017-2018 Room & Board

Room (double occupancy) one year: $5,294
Room (single occupancy) one year: $8,368
Room (Smith Hall) one year: $7,828
Board (full meal plan) one year: $5,068
Board (reduced meal plan-Smith Hall only) one year: $4,652

 

Technology & Parking Fees

Technology Fee – Full Time Students: $310
Technology Fee – Part Time Students: $230
Parking Fee – All Students: $60
Matriculation Fee – New Students 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 good 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 12 or more credits: $1,200
Students registered for 9-11 credits: $900
Students registered for 6-8 credits: $600
Students registered for fewer than 6 credits: $300

 

Additional Estimated Budget Expenses for All Students

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

 

With Parents

Room & Board $2,500
Transportation $2,550
Personal Expenses $2,000

On Campus

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

Off Campus

Room & Board $6,450
Transportation $2,550
Personal Expenses $2,000

 

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.

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 good 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.

2017-2018 UCAP Tuition & Fees

UCAP 2017-2018 Tuition

Undergraduate UCAP per credit hour: $635
Undergraduate per credit hour: $1,028

 

Technology & Parking Fees

Matriculation Fee – New Students 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 good 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 12 or more credits: $1,200
Students registered for 9-11 credits: $900
Students registered for 6-8 credits: $600
Students registered for fewer than 6 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 $10,362
Transportation $800
Personal Expenses $1,000

With Parents

Room & Board $2,500
Transportation $2,550
Personal Expenses $2,000

Off Campus

Room & Board $6,450
Transportation $2,550
Personal Expenses $2,000

 

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.

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.