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We are committed to making a St. Scholastica education affordable for you. Scholarships, outside scholarships, grants and other financial aid will bring down the actual costs for your family significantly from the listed tuition and fees.

Tuition and Fees (2023-2024): Traditional Undergraduates – Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors

Cost/Tuition Information

Scholarships, grants and other financial aid will bring down the actual costs significantly from the listed tuition and fees.

Tuition and Fees for Full-Time Students
2023-24 Tuition and Fees for Full-Time Students
Category Cost
Full-Time Tuition (12-18 Credits) $39,530
Housing and Meal Plan $11,380
Fees (based on 16 credits) $924
Total $51,834
  • Per-Credit Tuition: $1,240

Tuition rates for the 2023-24 academic year. Additional fees and costs for course materials may apply. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on individual program plans. Tuition rates are subject to change.

Housing

Living in a residence hall allows you to get the full college experience. You will meet people from all around the world just by walking down the hall. You’ll make lifelong friends and have easy access to all student services.

First-Year Housing

Somers Residence Hall Dorms and Suites: $6,100 + meal plan

Meal plans are required for first-year students living on campus. Cost includes both housing and meals.

Single Bedroom
Contact Residential Life for the rate.

Upperclassmen Housing

A minimum 80-block meal plan is required for those selecting the Super Single option.

Somers Residence Hall Dorms Super Single: $6,920.00 + meal plan
Super Single rooms for upper-class students will be available on one co-ed floor of Somers Residence Hall Dorms. These rooms are the size of a regular double room but for a single occupant.


Meal plans are not required for students living in apartments. Apartment residents and students living off campus may elect to purchase any of the different meal plans.

Maple, Willow and Birch Apartments
These apartments house two students with living area, two bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom.

  • Two bedroom apartments: $7,960 annually

Cedar
These apartments house four students and include a living room, two bedrooms, kitchen, dining area and full bath.

  • Two bedroom apartments: $6,920 annually

Scanlon and Kerst Hall Apartments
These apartments house four students and include a living room, two or four bedrooms, kitchen, dining area and full bath.

  • Two bedroom apartments: $6,920 annually
  • Four bedroom apartments: $7,620 annually

Utilities are included in these rates.

Fees and Expenses

Fees cover various aspects of the college that enhance the overall experience. Fees are non-refundable after the add/drop period for each course.

Health Service Fee

All registered main campus undergraduate students taking nine or more credits are charged this fee.

$300 annually

This investment covers:

  • Assessment, triage and treatment of acute injury and illness
  • Diagnosis and medical management of chronic illness
  • Physical exams: sports physicals, routine physicals, annual/gynecological exams
  • Health screenings for blood pressure, blood sugar, anemia and cholesterol
  • Health education and information including nutritional assessment and coaching
  • Immunization update and administration
  • Over-the-counter first aid treatment of allergies, mild anemia, fever, pain, cough and sore throat, minor cuts, burns and rash, GI upset
  • Supplies: Ice packs, hot packs, arm slings and crutches
Student Services Fee

All registered main campus undergraduate students taking six or more credits are charged this fee.

$240 annually

This investment:

  • Enhances student support services
  • Allows students to commit funds for student activities
  • Develops and expands programming of interest to students
  • Makes renovations to student living and community spaces
Technology Fee

All registered main campus undergraduate students are charged this fee.

$12 per credit

This investment:

  • Improves network access
  • Enhances student computer labs
  • Improves access to information and services available online and through mobile devices
  • Improves instructional technology to enhance online and classroom instruction

Course and program fees may apply.

Student Health Insurance

All traditional undergraduate students are required to be covered by medical insurance. Students can opt in to The College of St. Scholastica’s insurance program, or provide proof of health insurance. For more information about program details and applicable rates, visit our Student Health Insurance page.

Other Expenses

Transportation and personal expenses vary from student to student. A $1,212 transportation and a $1,484 personal expense allowance is provided.

Textbook Allowances

Provided below are the textbook allowances that are used for financial aid purposes and calculating a student’s cost of attendance. The actual cost of textbooks will vary by program, by vendor and by book format. Please see the St. Scholastica Online Bookstore powered by TextbookX to price your books.

Undergraduate textbook allowance per semester for financial aid purposes.

Textbook Allowances
Credits Undergraduate Book Allowance
12+ credits $600 per semester
9-11 credits $450 per semester
6-8 credits $300 per semester
1-5 credits $150 per semester

Tuition and Fees (2022-2023): Traditional Undergraduates – Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors

Cost/Tuition Information

Scholarships, grants and other financial aid will bring down the actual costs significantly from the listed tuition and fees.

For the 2022-23 school year, we froze our tuition and fees to ensure financial access for all students.

Tuition and Fees for Full-Time Students
2022-23 Tuition and Fees for Full-Time Students
Category Cost
Full-Time Tuition (12-18 Credits) $38,750
Room and Meal Plan $10,996
Fees $660
Total $50,406
  • Per-Credit Tuition: $1,215

Tuition rates for the 2022-23 academic year. Additional fees and costs for course materials may apply. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on individual program plans. Tuition rates are subject to change.

Housing

Living in a residence hall allows you to get the full college experience. You will meet people from all around the world just by walking down the hall. You’ll make lifelong friends and have easy access to all student services.

First-Year Housing

Somers Residence Hall & Suites: $10,996

Meal plans are required for first-year students living on campus. Cost includes both housing and meals.

Upperclassmen Housing

Meal plans are not required for students living in apartments. Apartment residents and students living off campus may elect to purchase any of the different meal plans.

Pine, Maple, Willow and Birch Apartments
These apartments house two students with living area, two bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom.

  • Two person apartments: $7,798 annually

Cedar, Scanlon and Kerst Hall Apartments
These apartments house four students and include a living room, two or four bedrooms, kitchen, dining area and full bath.

  • Two bedroom apartments: $6,780 annually
  • Four bedroom apartments: $7,466 annually

Single bedroom
Contact Residential Life for the rate.

Utilities are included in these rates.

Fees and Expenses

Fees cover various aspects of the college that enhance the overall experience. Fees are non-refundable after the add/drop period for each course.

Health Service Fee

All registered main campus undergraduate students taking nine or more credits are charged this fee.

$260 annually

This investment covers:

  • Assessment, triage and treatment of acute injury and illness
  • Diagnosis and medical management of chronic illness
  • Physical exams: sports physicals, routine physicals, annual/gynecological exams
  • Health screenings for blood pressure, blood sugar, anemia and cholesterol
  • Health education and information including nutritional assessment and coaching
  • Immunization update and administration
  • Over-the-counter first aid treatment of allergies, mild anemia, fever, pain, cough and sore throat, minor cuts, burns and rash, GI upset
  • Supplies: Ice packs, hot packs, arm slings and crutches
Student Services Fee

All registered main campus undergraduate students taking six or more credits are charged this fee.

$240 annually

This investment:

  • Enhances student support services
  • Allows students to commit funds for student activities
  • Develops and expands programming of interest to students
  • Makes renovations to student living and community spaces
Technology Fee

All registered main campus undergraduate students are charged this fee.

Students taking six or more credits: $160 annually
Students taking five or fewer credits: $80 annually

This investment:

  • Improves network access
  • Enhances student computer labs
  • Improves access to information and services available online and through mobile devices
  • Improves instructional technology to enhance online and classroom instruction

Course and program fees may apply.

Student Health Insurance

All traditional undergraduate students are required to be covered by medical insurance. Students can opt in to The College of St. Scholastica’s insurance program, or provide proof of health insurance. For more information about program details and applicable rates, visit our Student Health Insurance page.

Other Expenses

Transportation and personal expenses vary from student to student. A $1,058 transportation and a $1,392 personal expense allowance is provided.

Textbook Allowances

Provided below are the textbook allowances that are used for financial aid purposes and calculating a student’s cost of attendance. The actual cost of textbooks will vary by program, by vendor and by book format. Please see the St. Scholastica Online Bookstore powered by TextbookX to price your books.

Undergraduate textbook allowance per semester for financial aid purposes.

Textbook Allowances
Credits Undergraduate Book Allowance
12+ credits $600 per semester
9-11 credits $450 per semester
6-8 credits $300 per semester
1-5 credits $150 per semester

Tuition and Fees: Adult Undergraduate and Online

Cost/Tuition Information

  • BA Accounting: $385 per credit
  • BA Business Management: $385 per credit
  • BA/BS CS/CIS: $385 per credit
  • BS Elementary Education Degree Completion: $385 per credit
  • BS Health Information Management: $385 per credit
  • BA Marketing: $385 per credit
  • BA Organizational Leadership: $385 per credit
  • BA Psychology: $385 per credit
  • BA Social Work: $385 per credit
  • Post-Baccalaureate Nursing: $13,800 per semester
  • RN to BS Online Nursing Track: $385 per credit
Certificate
  • Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Health Information Management (HIM): $385 per credit

Tuition rates for the 2022-2023 academic year. Additional fees and costs for course materials may apply. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on individual program plans. Tuition rates are subject to change.

Fees and expenses

Fees cover various aspects of the college that enhance the overall experience. Fees are non-refundable after the add/drop period for each course.

Health service fee

A $130 per-semester fee that allows students to be seen in Student Health Services. This fee is required for Post-Baccalaureate Nursing students carrying six credits or more.

Technology fee

All registered adult undergraduate and online students are charged this fee.

Students taking six or more credits: $80 per-semester
Students taking five or fewer credits: $40 per-semester

This investment:

  • Improves network access
  • Enhances student computer labs
  • Improves access to information and services available online and through mobile devices
  • Improves instructional technology to enhance online and classroom instruction

Student Health Insurance

All students have the option of enrolling in The College of St. Scholastica Health Insurance Program.

Other Expenses

Transportation and personal expenses vary from student to student. A $1,060 transportation and a $1,286 personal expense allowance is provided.

Textbook Allowances

Provided below are the textbook allowances that are used for financial aid purposes and calculating a student’s cost of attendance. The actual cost of textbooks will vary by program, by vendor and by book format. Please see the St. Scholastica Online Bookstore powered by TextbookX to price your books.

Undergraduate textbook allowance per semester for financial aid purposes.

Textbook Allowances
Credits Undergraduate Book Allowance
12+ credits $600 per semester
9-11 credits $450 per semester
6-8 credits $300 per semester
1-5 credits $150 per semester

Tuition and Fees (2023-2024): Transfer

Cost/Tuition Information

Scholarships, grants and other financial aid will bring down the actual costs significantly from the listed tuition and fees.

Tuition and Fees for Full-Time Students
2022-23 Tuition and Fees for Full-Time Students
Category Cost
Full-Time Tuition (12-18 Credits) $39,530
Room and Meal Plan $11,380
Fees (based on 16 credits) $924
Total $51,834

Per-Credit Tuition: $1,240

Tuition rates for the 2023-24 academic year. Additional fees and costs for course materials may apply. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on individual program plans. Tuition rates are subject to change.

Housing

Living in a residence hall allows you to get the full college experience. You will meet people from all around the world just by walking down the hall. You’ll make lifelong friends and have easy access to all student services.

First-Year Housing

Somers Residence Hall Dorms and Suites: $6,100 + meal plan

Meal plans are required for first-year students living on campus. Cost includes both housing and meals.

Single Bedroom
Contact Residential Life for the rate.

Upperclassmen Housing

A minimum 80-block meal plan is required for those selecting the Super Single option.

Somers Residence Hall Dorms Super Single: $6,920.00 + meal plan
Super Single rooms for upper-class students will be available on one co-ed floor of Somers Residence Hall Dorms. These rooms are the size of a regular double room but for a single occupant.


Meal plans are not required for students living in apartments. Apartment residents and students living off campus may elect to purchase any of the different meal plans.

Maple, Willow and Birch Apartments
These apartments house two students with living area, two bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom.

  • Two bedroom apartments: $7,960 annually

Cedar
These apartments house four students and include a living room, two bedrooms, kitchen, dining area and full bath.

  • Two bedroom apartments: $6,920 annually

Scanlon and Kerst Hall Apartments
These apartments house four students and include a living room, two or four bedrooms, kitchen, dining area and full bath.

  • Two bedroom apartments: $6,920 annually
  • Four bedroom apartments: $7,620 annually

Utilities are included in these rates.

Fees and Expenses

Fees cover various aspects of the college that enhance the overall experience. Fees are non-refundable after the add/drop period for each course.

Health Service Fee

All registered main campus undergraduate students taking nine or more credits are charged this fee.

$300 annually

This investment covers:

  • Assessment, triage and treatment of acute injury and illness
  • Diagnosis and medical management of chronic illness
  • Physical exams: sports physicals, routine physicals, annual/gynecological exams
  • Health screenings for blood pressure, blood sugar, anemia and cholesterol
  • Health education and information including nutritional assessment and coaching
  • Immunization update and administration
  • Over-the-counter first aid treatment of allergies, mild anemia, fever, pain, cough and sore throat, minor cuts, burns and rash, GI upset
  • Supplies: Ice packs, hot packs, arm slings and crutches
Student Services Fee

All registered main campus undergraduate students taking six or more credits are charged this fee.

$240 annually

This investment:

  • Enhances student support services
  • Allows students to commit funds for student activities
  • Develops and expands programming of interest to students
  • Makes renovations to student living and community spaces
Technology Fee

All registered main campus undergraduate students are charged this fee.

$12 per credit

This investment:

  • Improves network access
  • Enhances student computer labs
  • Improves access to information and services available online and through mobile devices
  • Improves instructional technology to enhance online and classroom instruction

Course and program fees may apply.

Student Health Insurance

All traditional undergraduate students are required to be covered by medical insurance. Students can opt in to The College of St. Scholastica’s insurance program, or provide proof of health insurance. For more information about program details and applicable rates, visit our Student Health Insurance page.

Other Expenses

Transportation and personal expenses vary from student to student. A $1,212 transportation and a $1,484 personal expense allowance is provided.

Textbook Allowances

Provided below are the textbook allowances that are used for financial aid purposes and calculating a student’s cost of attendance. The actual cost of textbooks will vary by program, by vendor and by book format. Please see the St. Scholastica Online Bookstore powered by TextbookX to price your books.

Undergraduate textbook allowance per semester for financial aid purposes.

Textbook Allowances
Credits Undergraduate Book Allowance
12+ credits $600 per semester
9-11 credits $450 per semester
6-8 credits $300 per semester
1-5 credits $150 per semester

Tuition and Fees (2022-2023): Transfer

Cost/Tuition Information

Scholarships, grants and other financial aid will bring down the actual costs significantly from the listed tuition and fees.

For the 2022-23 school year, we froze our tuition and fees to ensure financial access for all students.

Tuition and Fees for Full-Time Students
2022-23 Tuition and Fees for Full-Time Students
Category Cost
Full-Time Tuition (12-18 Credits) $38,750
Room and Meal Plan $10,996
Fees $660
Total $50,406

Per-Credit Tuition: $1,215

Tuition rates for the 2022-23 academic year. Additional fees and costs for course materials may apply. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on individual program plans. Tuition rates are subject to change.

Housing

Living in a residence hall allows you to get the full college experience. You will meet people from all around the world just by walking down the hall. You’ll make lifelong friends and have easy access to all student services.

First-Year Housing

Somers Residence Hall & Suites: $10,996

Meal plans are required for first-year students living on campus. Cost includes both housing and meals.

Upperclassmen Housing

Meal plans are not required for students living in apartments. Apartment residents and students living off campus may elect to purchase any of the different meal plans.

Pine, Maple, Willow and Birch Apartments
These apartments house two students with living area, two bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom.

  • Two person apartments: $7,798 annually

Cedar, Scanlon and Kerst Hall Apartments
These apartments house four students and include a living room, two or four bedrooms, kitchen, dining area and full bath.

  • Two bedroom apartments: $6,780 annually
  • Four bedroom apartments: $7,466 annually

Single bedroom
Contact Residential Life for the rate.

Utilities are included in these rates.

Fees and Expenses

Fees cover various aspects of the college that enhance the overall experience. Fees are non-refundable after the add/drop period for each course.

Health Service Fee

All registered main campus undergraduate students taking nine or more credits are charged this fee.

$260 annually

This investment covers:

  • Assessment, triage and treatment of acute injury and illness
  • Diagnosis and medical management of chronic illness
  • Physical exams: sports physicals, routine physicals, annual/gynecological exams
  • Health screenings for blood pressure, blood sugar, anemia and cholesterol
  • Health education and information including nutritional assessment and coaching
  • Immunization update and administration
  • Over-the-counter first aid treatment of allergies, mild anemia, fever, pain, cough and sore throat, minor cuts, burns and rash, GI upset
  • Supplies: Ice packs, hot packs, arm slings and crutches
Student Services Fee

All registered main campus undergraduate students taking six or more credits are charged this fee.

$240 annually

This investment:

  • Enhances student support services
  • Allows students to commit funds for student activities
  • Develops and expands programming of interest to students
  • Makes renovations to student living and community spaces
Technology Fee

All registered main campus undergraduate students are charged this fee.

Students taking six or more credits: $160 annually
Students taking five or fewer credits: $80 annually

This investment:

  • Improves network access
  • Enhances student computer labs
  • Improves access to information and services available online and through mobile devices
  • Improves instructional technology to enhance online and classroom instruction

Course and program fees may apply.

Student Health Insurance

All traditional undergraduate students are required to be covered by medical insurance. Students can opt in to The College of St. Scholastica’s insurance program, or provide proof of health insurance. For more information about program details and applicable rates, visit our Student Health Insurance page.

Other Expenses

Transportation and personal expenses vary from student to student. A $1,060 transportation and a $1,286 personal expense allowance is provided.

Textbook Allowances

Provided below are the textbook allowances that are used for financial aid purposes and calculating a student’s cost of attendance. The actual cost of textbooks will vary by program, by vendor and by book format. Please see the St. Scholastica Online Bookstore powered by TextbookX to price your books.

Undergraduate textbook allowance per semester for financial aid purposes.

Textbook Allowances
Credits Undergraduate Book Allowance
12+ credits $600 per semester
9-11 credits $450 per semester
6-8 credits $300 per semester
1-5 credits $150 per semester

Tuition and Fees: Graduate and Doctorate

Tuition and Fees for Full-Time Students

  • Doctor of Educational Leadership: $750 per credit
  • Doctor of Nursing Practice: $876 per credit
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy: $876 per credit
  • Graduate Special Education Licensure: $444 per credit
  • Graduate Teaching Licensure (MS): $549 per credit
  • MBA in Leadership and Change: $548 per credit
  • Master of Education: $444 per credit
  • Master of Social Work: $681 per credit
  • Master of Science in Applied Data Analytics: $575 per credit
  • Master of Science in Athletic Training: $723 per credit
  • Master of Science in Chemistry: $650 per credit
  • Master of Science in Exercise Physiology: $740 per credit
  • Master of Science Health Information Management: $658 per credit
  • Master of Science Health Informatics: $658 per credit
  • Master of Science in Occupational Therapy; $876 per credit
  • Master of Science in PA Medicine: $876 per credit
  • Master of Science in Project Management: $554 per credit
  • Post-Baccalaureate Nursing: $13,800 per semester
  • Post-Graduate DNP: $876 per credit
  • Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy: $765 per credit

Certificates

Business and Technology

  • Applied Data Analytics Certificate: $575 per credit
  • Change Leadership Certificate: $548 per credit
  • Health Informatics Certificate: $658 per credit
  • Healthcare Administration Certificate: $548 per credit
  • Healthcare Executive Leadership: $548 per credit
  • Project Management Certificate: $554 per credit

Education

  • Certificate in Computer Science Education: $444 per credit
  • Certificate in Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: $444 per credit
  • Certificate in Educational Technology: $444 per credit
  • Certificate in Literacy Instruction: $444 per credit

Nursing

  • Post-Graduate APRN Certificate Program: $876 per credit

Sciences

  • Certificate in Chemistry: $650 per credit

Tuition rates for the 2022-2023 academic year. Additional fees and costs for course materials may apply. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on individual program plans. Tuition rates are subject to change.

Fees and Expenses

Fees cover various aspects of the college that enhance the overall experience. Fees are non-refundable after the add/drop period for each course.

Health Service Fee

A $130 per-semester fee that allows students to be seen in Student Health Services. This fee is required for Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Athletic Training, Exercise Physiology, PA Medicine and Post-Baccalaureate Nursing (Duluth Campus) students. Students in these programs are also required to be covered by medical health insurance. Those who are not covered by their own insurance plan have the option of enrolling in The College of St. Scholastica Health Insurance Program.

Technology Fee

An $80 per-semester fee for all students who carry six or more credits that supports network access, computer labs, technology services and instructional technology. Students carrying five or fewer credits will pay $40 per semester.

Student Health Insurance

All students have the option of enrolling in The College of St. Scholastica Health Insurance Program.

Other Expenses

Transportation and personal expenses vary from student to student. A $1,060 transportation and a $1,286 personal expense allowance is provided.

Textbook Allowances

Provided below are the textbook allowances that are used for financial aid purposes and calculating a student’s cost of attendance. The actual cost of textbooks will vary by program, by vendor and by book format. Please see the St. Scholastica Online Bookstore powered by TextbookX to price your books.

Graduate textbook allowance per semester for financial aid purposes.

Textbook Allowances
Credits Graduate Book Allowance
6+ credits $600 per semester
5 credits $450 per semester
3-4 credits $300 per semester
1-2 credits $150 per semester