Undergraduate Tuition & Fees 2016-2017
|Full-time (4 courses per term plus Jan Term- 5th course available with advisor approval)||$44,210|
|Part-time (less than 7 courses per year, per course)||$5,540|
Additional courses (over 10.00 courses, requires approval of advisor)
Only 1 course is permitted in Jan Term.
|Open Enrollment (per course, no more than 4 courses per year, 2 per term only)||$3,320|
|ROOM AND BOARD|
|Room - Double||$8,020|
|Room - Single||$9,000|
|Room - Triple||$6,970|
|Room - Townhouse (includes $50 board points) per year||$9,350|
|Room - Townhouse Triple (includes $50 board points) per year||$8,390|
|Carte Blanche (plus $75 board points) per year||$6,860|
|14 meals per week (plus $75 board points) per year||$6,676|
|10 meals per week (plus $150 board points) per year||$6,510|
|8 meals per week (plus $150 board points) per year||$6,150|
|5 meals per week (plus $100 board points) per year*||$4,440|
|* available for townhouse and off-campus students only|
|Student Activity Fee||$150|
Please Note: Tuition and fees do not include lab fees, material fees, library fines, parking fees, student loan fees or any other miscellaneous fees. There is no undergraduate tuition charge for Jan term for full-time undergraduate students. Jan term costs include lab fees, material fees, and travel costs (if applicable).
Partial credit .25 courses: Undergraduate students who are registered in at least one full course, may take quarter- course credit (.25) classes with no additional fee (excluding the summer semester). Part-time students will be billed for quarter credits.
The school negotiated insurance is mandatory for international students and U.S. citizens with primary residence abroad.
Graduate and Professional tuition and fees vary from program to program. Please consult with your Program Director for current rates and/or withdrawal policies.
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Saint Mary's is an independent institution that receives no operating support from public funds. Student tuition fees cover approximately 3/4ths of the cost of the general education services provided by the College. Endowment, support of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, and gifts from trustees, parents, alumni, other friends, corporations, and foundations offsets the remaining balance.