2013-14 Academic Year CostsYou may be surprised at how affordable a St. Norbert College education can be.
Did you know that a private college like St. Norbert can offer larger scholarships and more need-based aid than many public institutions? In fact, some of our students graduate with less debt than their public school counterparts. How? We're committed to making a St. Norbert education accessible and we ensure that our students can complete their degrees in four years or less. Over 95% of our students receive some form of financial aid and over $50 million in financial aid is available annually at St. Norbert College in the form of scholarships, grants, student employment and loans.
We want to make your dream to attend St. Norbert a reality, and we'll work with you to explore every option to make it affordable for you. Visit the financial aid website for more information.
Tuition | Student Fees | Room | Meal Plan and Custom Cash
Tuition | return to top
|Undergraduate tuition 2013-14|
|Enrollment status: A student's enrollment status is based on the number of credits taken. Students who take 3 or more full courses (12 or more semester credits) are considered full-time. Students enrolled in at least 1.5 but less than 3 full courses (6-11 semester credits) are classified as half-time, while those enrolled in less than 1.5 full courses are classified as less than half-time. Students must maintain at least half-time status to be considered for financial aid.|
|Full-time undergraduate students|
|$31,266||Academic year tuition (September - May). Tuition is the same for full-time students taking 3 to 4.5 full courses each semester (12-18 semester credits).|
|$978||Overload tuition per credit. Overload tuition applies to each semester credit beyond 18.|
|$489||Audit course tuition per credit. Full-time students may audit up to one full course (4 semester credits) each semester at no charge. Students may not audit courses or lessons in their major or discipline.|
|Students whose enrollment status becomes less than full-time after the last day of the add/drop period will be charged full-time tuition including any applicable overload or audit tuition.|
|Part-time undergraduate students|
|$3,912||Tuition per full course (4 semester credits). On a per credit basis, tuition is $978.|
|$1,956||Audit course tuition per full course (4 semester credits). On a per credit basis, tuition is $489. Students may not audit courses or lessons in their major or discipline.|
|Summer Session 2013 and J-Term 2014|
|$1,956||Tuition per full course (4 semester credits). On a per credit basis, tuition is $489.|
|$978||Audit course tuition per full course (4 semester credits). On a per credit basis, tuition is $244.50.|
|Graduate tuition 2013-14|
|$456||Tuition per credit.|
|$228||Audit course tuition per credit. There is no limit on the number of credits that a graduate student can audit in the graduate course selections.|
Student fees | return to top
|Fee||Student category||Academic year||Cost per course||Cost per semester|
|J-Term or Summer Session||n/a||$37.50||n/a|
|Student Health||Full-time undergraduate||$150||n/a||$75|
|Degree application||Fee is charged to all graduating students (undergraduate or graduate) in the academic year of graduation.||$100||n/a||n/a|
|Overseas administrative fee||Fee charged to students participating in study abroad or overseas programs and tours.||n/a||n/a||$400|
Housing Fees 2013-14 | return to top
For more information on residence hall options, please visit the Office of Residential Education and Housing.
For more information on meal plans, including making plan changes, withdrawals and Custom Cash, please visit Dining Services.