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Financial Aid | Tuition and Fees

Ursuline College remains one of the most competitively priced private colleges in Ohio. Students at Ursuline are charged by credit hour, not a flat rate fee for full-time attendance. On average, undergraduate students must take 32 credits per year to graduate in four years. The following are provided to assist in estimating a student’s actual cost of education.  

Fall Payment Plan
Spring Payment Plan

2014-2015 Academic Year Tuition & Fee Schedule

Undergraduate per credit

$    914.00

Room (double occupancy) one year

$ 4,706.00

Room (single occupancy) one year

$ 7,438.00

Room (Smith Hall Charge) one year

$ 6,960.00

Board (15 meal plan) one year

$ 4,506.00

Board (10 meal plan) one year (Smith Hall only)

$ 4,136.00


Graduate School Tuition Rates

UCAP Tuition Rates


Books & Supplies

Please Note: 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 expect to pay approximately:

Full Time students: $1,200.00 per year
Students attending 3/4 time: $   900.00 per year
Students attending 1/2 time: $   600.00 per year
Students attending less than 1/2 time: $   300.00 per year


If you have any questions about tuition, billing and fees, please call the Student Service Center at 440-646-8309.


NET PRICE CALCULATOR

Grant Aid Estimator for First-Time, Full-Time Freshmen

The Net Price Calculator is a tool provided by the National Center for Education Statistics to give prospective students and parents an estimate of the average grant aid awarded for college attendance for families in different income categories. Data considered in the calculation are income, family size, number in college, high school GPA and test scores.

Ursuline College has entered the average grant aid (federal, state, and college aid) offered to first-time full-time freshmen who began attendance at the college in the Fall of 2012. Since the college charges tuition per credit hour and not a flat rate, the amount of grant assistance can vary for the same family category, therefore keep in mind that your end result is an average for families like you – your actual total grant money can be lower or higher. Also keep in mind that this is not your total aid award as it does not include outside scholarships that you may be awarded, college work study, or low-interest federal student loans.

Remember that the figures are based on Fall 2012 tuition, fees, and awards.  These averages will most likely be higher for the current year.

To apply for aid, be sure to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov.

Click here to view the Net Price Calculator