But the cost of attending university is more affordable than you might think. (And you’re getting a great value.)
St. Edward’s is a surprisingly affordable university in Texas, especially when you consider the benefits of a private, liberal arts college. We’re not going to tell you that the cost of university doesn't matter. It does. But it's your final cost, after scholarships and grants have been awarded, that matters most. We combine merit awards and specialty scholarships with federal and state grants and other scholarships to get to your net cost.
Here's an estimate of the costs of attending St. Edward's for the 2018–2019 academic year:
|Residence Hall, with Roommates (Estimated)||$6,375-$8,875|
|Meal Plan (Estimated)||$4,800|
|Technology Fee (For 12 or more registered hours)||$500|
|Car Permit (Optional)||$275|
These rates are per person, per semester for the 2018-2019 semesters and are subject to change.
|Residence Hall||Double Room||Suite|
|Basil Moreau and Dujarié Halls||$4,095||$3,890|
|Edmund Hunt and Le Mans Halls||NA||$3,890|
Additional options are available for upperclassmen.
While incoming students paid $34,000 on average after scholarships and aid last year, the total cost of attendance for the 2018–2019 year before scholarships and aid is $61,670. This includes university tuition, technology fee, and estimates for room, board, books and supplies, personal, and transportation costs. Most students are offered a financial aid package that includes student grants, and all students meeting eligibility criteria are offered assistance from the U.S. Department of Education’s Direct Loan Program. Students interested in campus employment can contact their Student Financial Services advisor to discuss options. If additional assistance is needed beyond the financial aid package, the student or parent may want to consider other financing options such as St. Edward’s monthly payment plan, parent loan or alternative loan.