2014-15 Academic Year Costs
To help you determine what your costs are likely to be for a St. Norbert education, we’ve developed this chart. Add together the tuition, fees, meal plan and your room costs, then subtract the total amount of financial aid. The cost of books will vary greatly, so they haven’t been included here.
$32,408 academic year tuition for full-time students taking three to four-and-a-half, 4-credit courses (12-18 credits) per semester. Students usually take four courses per semester.
Total Fees: $615
Freshman or Sophomore (Platinum) = $4,293
Junior or Senior (Gold or Silver) = $2,883
|Residence Hall||Single||Double||Large Double||End Room||Triple w/Bath||Quad|
|Victor McCormick (VMC)||$5,538||$4,992||$4,707|
|Mary M. McCormick (MMM)||$5,616||$4,946|
|J. VanderZanden Apartments||$4,878|
|Carriage House (2-bedroom apartment)||$5,626|
|Carriage House (1-bedroom apartment)||$5,866|
|Premontre and Xanten Apartments***||$6,120 (1-bedrm)||$5,544 (2-bedrm)|
*College-owned houses pay separate utility costs. Based on historical rate data, the utility costs are, on average, $45 per month per student, based on full occupancy of the housing unit.
**Academic year rate is $6,120 and the summer rate is $1,097. Students will be billed $3,060 per semester and $1,097 for the summer, for those who have the 11 1/2-month term.
***Academic year rate is $6,120 (1-bedroom) and $5,544 (2-bedroom) with a summer rate of $914. Eleven-month leases only. Students will be billed $3,060 (1-bedroom) or $2,772 (2-bedroom) for each semester and $914 for the summer.
Note: These costs are per student for the entire academic year, unless otherwise stated. Other limited room options have rates based on size and/or additional accommodations provided to the student.