Cost Information for 2013–14

Cedarville University is committed to affordability!

Along with competitive costs well below the national average for private colleges, Cedarville provides a wide range of financial aid options to assist students and families. Last year, 98 percent of new freshmen received financial aid. The average package was $17,526, which included scholarships, grants, student loans, and federal work study.

Academic scholarships now range from $4,000 all the way up to $12,000 per year for four years. These generous awards can be combined with need-based grants, academic program scholarships (for music and pharmacy students, for example), athletic scholarships, and other forms of aid.

Direct Charges Before Financial Aid
(billed per term on student invoice)
Fall
Semester
Spring
Semester
Annual
Costs
Block Tuition (12–17 credits per semester) $13,110 $13,110 $26,220
Student Fee (weighted average) 100 100 200
Room * 1,650 1,650 3,300
Board (weighted average) 1,225 1,225 2,450
Total Direct Charges Before Financial Aid † $16,085 $16,085 $32,170
Estimated Scholarships and Financial Aid
(calculated based on average awards received by 2012–13 new freshmen)
Institutional Aid
Academic Award (ranges from $4,000–12,000) $2,750 $2,750 $5,500
Cedarville Access Grant (up to $4,000) $846 $846 $1,692
Other Institutional Aid $1,117 $1,117 $2,234
Federal and State Aid $1,185 $1,185 $2,370
Outside Scholarships $457 $457 $914
Federal Student Loans $2,408 $2,408 $4,816
Total Estimated Aid $8,763 $8,763 $17,526
Estimated Remaining Balance $7,322 $7,322 $14,644
Estimated Monthly Payment (not including interest) $1,220

How much financial aid am I eligible to receive?

* Townhouse residents will be charged a higher room rate.
† Course fees, if applicable, appear on the student invoice.

Estimated Variable Costs
(these costs are not billed on your student invoice)
Fall
Semester
Spring
Semester
Annual
Costs
Textbooks and Supplies $575 $575 $1,150
Personal Expenses 850 850 1,700
Transportation ‡ 120 120 240
The final variable expense is student transportation. Please select your state of residence to view your estimated transportation expense.

Tuition Rates Per Credit Hour for 2013–14

2013–14 Part-time and Overload Tuition Rates
Part-time (1–11.5 credits per semester) $992 per credit
Overload (17.5+ credits per semester) $679 per credit
Auditing tuition per semester credit $401 per credit
 
Summer 2013
Summer tuition per semester credit (0–4 credits) $746 per credit
Summer tuition per semester credit (4.5+ credits) $746 per credit
Summer room and board per week $190