2015-2016 Undergraduate Costs and Financial Aid
Tuition is based on Fall/Spring or academic year (15 hours per semester)
| Tuition (based on 15 hour per semester) ||$8,820 |
| Mandatory Fees *|| $2,938 |
On-Campus Housing **
| $8,724 |
| $20,482 |
| Books and Supplies || $1,800 |
| Personal Expenses|| $3,000 |
| Transportation (commuter students)|| $900 |
| $5,700 |
| Federal Pell Grant || Up to $5,775 |
| Supplemental Grant || $1,000 |
| State of Illinois MAP Grant|| Up to $3,990 |
| Federal Student Loans (dependent students)|| Freshman || $5,500 |
| || Sophomore || $6,500|
| || Junior & Senior || $7,500|
| Federal Perkins Loan ||$2,000 |
| Federal Work Study||$2,000 |
* Students may be eligible to waive the Mandatory Student Health Insurance Fee of $591 per semester ($1,182 for both fall and spring semesters). See the Student Health Insurance web page for more information.
** Based on suite-style unit for an academic year.
*** To see if you qualify for financial aid please complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov. The office of Student Financial Aid will process your information and send you a Financial Aid Award Letter detailing the different types of financial aid for which you qualify.
Tuition listed is for residents of the states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin.