Cost of Attendance

 

 

TRADITIONAL STUDENT UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

2024-2025 Estimated Per Semester Expenses for Traditional Students

 

Traditional Block Billing - Tuition and Fees (Per Semester)

 

0-12 hours $750 per credit hour
13-15 hours $730 per credit hour
16-18 hours $715 per credit hour
19-21 hours $700 per credit hour

Other Traditional Costs (Per Semester)

 

19 Meal Plan* $1,750.00
12 Meal Plan* $1,150.00
Commuter Meal Plan (5) $650.00
LLC Dorm Room $3,100.00
North Dorm w/o Living Room $3,100.00
North Dorm with Living Room $3,300.00
Glasshouse/East Dorm $2,500.00
Room Reservation** $100.00
Graduation Fee*** $200.00

*Students living on campus must choose a 19 or 12 meal plan

**Only once an academic year (non-refundable)

***Only the semester a student applies to graduate

 

These amounts are subject to change and do not necessarily represent a student's actual bill.

 

 

 

 

ONLINE PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

2024-2025 Estimated Per Semester Expenses for Online Students

 

Online Professional Studies Tuition:

Based on 12 credit hours per semester

No Fees (except one-time fees such as graduation fees)

 

ONLINE ($450/hr) x 12 hours = $5,400.00 per semester
HYBRID/ONGROUND ($450/hr) x 12 hours = $5,400.00 per semester

These amounts are subject to change and do not necessarily represent a student's actual bill.

 

 

 

 

 

GRADUATE STUDIES

2024-2025 Estimated Per Semester Expenses for Online Students

 

Graduate Studies Tuition:

Based on 9 credit hours per semester

No Fees (except one-time fees such as graduation fees)

 

($555/hr) x 9 hours = $4,995.00 per semester

 

These amounts are subject to change and do not necessarily represent a student's actual bill.

 

 

 

 

Net Price Calculator

 

To calculate the cost based on anticipated scholarships and financial aid, please use the Net Price Calculator.

 

Alternative Net Cost Calculator (Links to External Site)

 

 

 

*Southwestern Christian University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, qualified handicap or disability in any of its policies, practices or procedures. This includes but is not limited to admission, financial aid and educational services.