Typical Yearly Investment
Tuition, fees, housing, and food rates are established annually in the fall for the succeeding year. Prices are moderated through the generosity of friends and alumni of the University and the United Brethren in Christ denomination who annually contribute more than 25% of the University’s operating costs. As a result, tuition and fees cover only 75% of the direct costs of educating students.
Most full-time students are provided with financial assistance in meeting the price of attending the University in the form of grants, scholarships, and loans.
2023-2024 Typical Investment
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The above prices are estimates based on typical students taking 12 to 17 credit hours each semester. In addition, there are other fees outlined in the fee schedule annually.