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    Tuition & Costs

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    Undergraduate College Tuition, Costs & Fees

    For three consecutive years, the U.S. Department of Education College Scorecard ranked Ursuline College the most affordable private liberal arts college in Ohio.

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    2021-2022 Undergraduate Tuition by Credit Hours

    On average, undergraduate students must take 30 credits per year to graduate in four years. Whether you are ready to be a full-time student or interested in exploring part-time studies, Ursuline College offers affordable undergraduate college tuition rates. Below are the undergraduate tuition costs beginning Fall, 2021.

    Full-time flat rate per year (12-18 credits per semester):
    all full-time undergraduate students

    $35,310

    Part-time rate per credit  (less than 12 credits per semester)

    $1,177

    Nursing Second Degree Accelerated Program (SDAP) per credit:

    $535

    Spring and Summer 2022 Nursing SDAP Starts - Total Package Price

    The SDAP program offers three cohort starts per year.  The Spring 2022 (January) and Summer 2022 (May) program starts offer a total package price for the entire 15-month program.  This includes tuition, course fees, and an estimate for uniforms, malpractice insurance, and equipment.

    Spring 2022 SDAP Total Packaged Price 

    $39,325

    Summer 2022 SDAP Total Packaged Price

    $39,775

    Undergraduate Fees: 2021-2022 On-Campus Room & Board

    Students who are interested in living on campus during their time at Ursuline College pay undergraduate fees for room and board in addition to their college tuition. These costs vary based on the type of room and meal plan.

    Room (double occupancy) one year:

    $5,780

    Room (single occupancy) one year:

    $7,020

    Room (Smith Hall Suite) one year:

    $7,940

    Board (full meal plan) one year:

    $5,800

    Board (reduced meal plan – Smith Hall only) one year:

    $5,340


    Undergraduate Fees

    Students pay additional fees to cover costs for classroom technology, on-campus facilities, and matriculation (i.e. the costs associated with admissions and other enrollment services). Course fees vary – please see the Schedule of Classes for any fees associated with specific courses.

    Technology fee – Full-time students:

    $350

    Technology fee – Part-time students:

    $270

    Facilities fee – All students:

    $60

    Matriculation fee (one-time fee for new students only):

    $100

    Books & Supplies (Estimated)

    Even if all of your college tuition and costs are covered, it is still a good idea to arrive on campus with money for immediate purchase of books and incidentals because delivery of aid is not always immediate. For books and supplies, a student can expect 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

    $2,500


    On-campus Living:

    Room & board

    See Above

    Transportation

    $ 800

    Personal expense

    $1,800



    Off-campus Living (Dependent Students):

    Room & board

    $7,000

    Transportation

    $3,000

    Personal expense

    $2,500

    Off-campus Living (Independent Students):

    Room & board

    $12,000

    Transportation

    $3,000

    Personal expense

    $5,500


    Note: The cost of attendance for the nine-month academic year includes both direct expenses (undergraduate 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 undergraduate tuition, billing and fees, please call the Student Service Center at 440-646-8309.