Undergraduate Tuition 2019-2020

 
Rosary College of Arts and Sciences
 
Incoming undergraduate students, full time (12-18 credit hours) $33,900 per year
Part time (1-11 credit hours or over 18 credit hours), Spring and Fall semesters $1133 per credit hour
Part time, Summer semester $550 per credit hour
College of Applied Social Sciences
 
Bachelor of Professional Studies in Human Services $475.09 per credit hour
Bachelor of Professional Studies in Legal Studies $475.09 per credit hour
Borra College of Health Sciences
 
Post-baccalaureate (pre-medical or nutrition) $978 per credit hour

Graduate Tuition 2019-2020

 
Brennan School of Business
 
Master's Degree Programs $1035 per credit hour
Dietetics Classes (MBA-RD program) $950 per credit hour
Dual Degree Programs *See below
School of Information Studies
 
Master's Degree Programs $850 per credit hour
Dual Degree Programs *See below
PhD Program $850 per credit
PhD Dissertation $500 per credit
School of Education
 
Master's Degree Programs $550 per credit hour
Endorsements: Reading Teacher, Technology Specialist, Learning Behavior Specialist I $400 per credit hour
Endorsements: ESL/Bilingual $200 per credit hour
Alternative Licensure $20,000 program cost
School of Social Work
 
MSW $850 per credit hour
Dual Degree Programs *See below
College of Applied Social Sciences
 
Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution $625 per credit hour
Dual Degree Programs *See below
Borra College of Health Sciences
 
Master of Science in Nutrition/No internship $860 per credit
Master of Science in Nutrition/RD with Internship $950 per credit
Physician Assistant Studies (Matriculation January 2019) $890 per credit
Physician Assistant Studies (Matriculation January 2020) $920 per credit
Dual Degree Programs

Students enrolled in dual-degree programs between two schools or colleges at Dominican will be charged per credit hour per course, according to the program that offers each particular course. For example, if you are registered for classes from both the School of Information Studies and the School of Social Work, tuition for each course will reflect the tuition rate of the school or college offering that course.


Fees

Undergraduate Fees: 2019–2020
Part-time Student Fee $20 per class
Full-time Student Fee $85 per semester
Part-time New Student Fee $25 (one-time fee)
Full-time New Student Fee $150 (one-time fee)
Art Lab Fee $50 per class
Apparel Lab Fee $50 per class
CAS Lab Fee $50 per class
Theatre Lab Fee $50 per class
Nutrition Lab Fee $125–250 per class
Science Lab Fee $50 per class
Nursing Lab Fee $50–$215 per class
Nursing: ATI Carp Fee $1300
Music Lessons $150 per credit hour
Part-time Technology Fee $75 per semester
Full-time Technology Fee $150 per semester
Resident Association Fee $20 per semester
Degree Fee $75
Late Application for Graduation $25 
Tuition Deposit (new students) $200
Housing Deposit (new students) $200
Housing Deposit (returning students) $50
Deferment Fee $90
Monthly Finance Charge 1%
Tuition Remission Fee $30 per class/$120 maximum
Graduate Fees: 2019–2020
Student Fee $23 per class
Application Fee $25
Matriculation Fee $25 (one-time fee per program)
Part-time Technology Fee $75
Full-time Technology Fee $150
Degree Fee $75
Late Application for Graduation $25
Deferment Fee $90
Monthly Finance Charge 1%
MBA Gateway Experiential Fee (MGMT 601) $500
Physician Assistant Lab Fee $172 per semester
Tuition Remission Fee $30 per class/maximum $120

Room and Board per Semester: 2019–2020

Room Style Room with Meal Plan
Power Single $5690
Power Double $5274.50
Coughlin Single $5690
Coughlin Double $5274.50
Mazzuchelli Single $5690
Murray Double Cluster $5788
Murray Suite: Single $6340
Murray Suite: Double $5927

Other housing options are available. Please contact us if you would like more information.


Campus Safety and Security and Bank Fees

Commuter Parking Sticker $50
Resident Parking Sticker $100
Replacement ID: Resident or Commuter $25
Returned Check/ACH Fee $30

Books

Student Accounts offers each student a $500 line of credit at the bookstore, which is available the day after you register for classes and once the books for the semester become available. If you have enough financial aid to cover your purchase then no additional steps need to be taken. If not, please contact Student Accounts to discuss your payment options or review your account online to view the update to your payment plan.

Books and supplies are an additional out of pocket expense that is not included in the cost of tuition. Such expenses may range from $300 to $600 per semester, depending on the student's major and class load.


Student Health Insurance

Students who do not have health insurance should visit the Wellness Center in Coughlin 022 for assistance in navigating your health insurance options.