Tuition & Fees

Concerned about costs? There are numerous ways to keep your education affordable, including loans, grants, scholarships, work-study, and more. Our financial aid staff can help!

Undergraduate Students

Full Time Students

2019-20 Rates
COMMUTER RESIDENT**
Tuition for 12-18 semester hours* $30,380 $30,380
Semester Fee $470 $470
Technology Fee $630 $630
Room and Board (Double) $10,180
Total Bill $31,480 $41,660

*$965 per semester hour over 18 semester hours

**Fort Wayne campus only

Part-Time Students

2019-20 Rates
Fee Rate
Tuition $965 per semester hour
Technology Fee $30 per semester hour
Semester Fee for 1-5 hours $110
Semester Fee for 6-8 hours $155
Semester Fee for 9-11 hours $195

Miscellaneous Fees

2019-20 Rates
Fee Rate
Independent Study Fee $95 per semester hour
Late Payment Fee $50
Audit Fee $325 per semester hour
Senior Citizen Tuition*** $325 per semester hour
Professional Nursing Fee $25

Summer Students

2019-20 Rates
Fee Rate
Tuition $480 per semester hour
Summer Session Fee $85
Technology Fee $30 per semester hour

Online Undergraduate Programs

$475 per credit hour: Undergraduate programs

***Students aged 60 and older who are non-degree seeking qualify for a reduction in tuition charges.

Graduate Students

On Campus Graduate Programs

Fee Rate
2019-20 Academic Year
Tuition: Psychology, School Counseling, School Psychology, Clinical Mental Health Counseling $525 per semester hour
Tuition: MSN – Family Nurse Practitioner $700 per semester hour
Tuition: Studio Art, Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art $650 per semester hour
Semester Fee for 1-5 hours $110
Semester Fee for 6-8 hours $150
Semester Fee for 9-11 hours $190
Semester Fee for 12 or more hours $230
Summer Session Fee $85
Technology Fee – Full-time $305 per semester
Technology Fee – Part-time $30 per semester hour

Miscellaneous Fees

Fee Rate
Independent Study Fee $95 per semester hour
Late Payment Fee $50
Audit Fee $315 per semester hour
Senior Citizen Tuition $315 per semester hour

Online Graduate Programs

$525 per credit hour
Note: the per-credit-hour charge covers the entire cost for the course.

Physician Assistant Studies Program Tuition & Fees

Physician Assistant Studies entering in the May 2019 cohort will be billed at a block tuition rate of $14,870 per semester. This rate includes semester and technology fees.

Post MSN-DNP Tuition and Fees

Fees Cost
Tuition $1,055/credit hour*
DNP Required Books $3305

* Tuition and fees for the program are subject to change. Tuition is based on 37 credit hours over 9 semesters

**Plus the additional mandatory expenses below.

Additional mandatory expenses include the following:

  • Students must provide their own housing, meals, and transportation to and from campus for residency course meetings. Nurse anesthesia students are also responsible for their own housing, meals, and transportation to clinical sites, SEE testing centers, board review courses and state and/or national professional conferences.
  • Miscellaneous equipment (laptop computer, SPSS software, stethoscope, white lab coat, safety goggles, and USF name tag).

Doctor of Nursing Practice, Nurse Anesthesia (BSN-DNP) Tuition and Fees

Fees Cost
Tuition $1,055/credit hour*
Semester/course fees $230
Course Fee for NURS 518 (Year I) $475
Course Fee for NURS 649 (Year II) $1800
Technology fee per semester $305
Anesthesia Required Books $2000
DNP Required Books $3305
Professional Nursing Fees $225
AANA Student Membership $200
Self-Evaluation Examination $250
National Certification Examination $995
Board Review Course $785
Typhon Fee $100
Total $111,950**

* Tuition and fees for the program are subject to change. Tuition is based on 96 credit hours over 9 semesters

**Plus the additional mandatory expenses below.

Additional mandatory expenses include the following:

  • Students must provide their own housing, meals, and transportation to and from campus, clinical sites, SEE testing centers, board review courses and state and/or national professional conferences.
  • Miscellaneous equipment (laptop computer, SPSS software, stethoscope, white lab coat, safety goggles, and USF name tag).

Cost of Attendance

The following information can help you plan for your USF education. These costs are used by the Financial Aid Office and are based on student expenses. Exact costs will vary according to:

  • Students’ status: graduate, undergraduate, full-time, part-time, commuter, residential
  • Meal plan options
  • Residential housing selection
  • Program and/or course fees

Cost of Attendance Sheets