The rigor and personal attention we bring to the Dominican learning experience also applies to making your education affordable. Dominican’s tuition is below the national average for four-year private colleges and universities, and more than 95% of our incoming students receive some form of financial aid, and over 75 percent receive need-based aid. We participate in federal and state grant, loan and employment programs. We also maintain our own substantial grant programs as well as employment programs for students with financial need. Students are considered for all programs for which they are eligible. Aid is provided in the form of grants, loans, scholarships and student employment.

Aid eligibility is determined by an evaluation of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Dominican University's code is 001750.

To be eligible for federal or state aid, students must be United States citizens or permanent residents. To remain eligible for financial aid, students must maintain satisfactory academic progress and continue to demonstrate need on financial aid applications submitted annually.

2019-2020 Undergraduate Tuition Schedule
Rosary College of Arts and Sciences
 
Incoming undergraduate students, full time (12-18 credit hours) $33,900 per year
Room & Board: (Double Occupancy Room & Meal Plan) $10,549 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

*Costs vary depending on residence hall, room and meal plan. A $40 Resident Student Fee is assessed each year. Please visit Student Accounts online for more information on room and board and current undergraduate fees.

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Have a Question?

Email the Office of Financial Aid at finaid@dom.edu or call us at (708) 524-6809 or (800) 828-8475 if outside the Chicago area.