Transferring to St. Edward’s is an investment in your future.

It’s true: Nationally ranked, private universities like St. Edward’s come with a sizable price tag. The good news is we’re more affordable than you think. 

It’s your final cost, after scholarships and grants have been awarded, that matters most. We combine scholarships and grants along with federal and state grants and other programs to get to your net cost. Once you've been accepted for admission, you will be assigned a financial advisor who will work with you throughout your college career.

Tuition and Fees (Per Semester)

These rates are per semester for 2017-2018 and are subject to change.

Tuition $21,275
Residence Hall, with Roommates (Estimated) $2,735-$4,350
Meal Plan (Estimated) $1,875-$2,300
Technology Fee (Based on hours registered) $75-$250
Health Insurance (Estimated) $1,100
Car Permit (Annual) $252
Orientation Fee (One-time only) $50

What We Awarded Our Students Last Year

$80 Million

Total scholarships and grants awarded

$17,612

Average transfer award (not including loans and campus jobs)

93%

Percent of transfer students who received scholarships and grant

Residence Hall Rates

These rates are per person, per semester for 2017-2018 and are subject to change.

Freshman Residences

Residence Hall Double Room Suite         
East Hall $2,605 NA
Teresa Hall NA $3,395
Basil Moreau Hall $3,815 $3,620
Dujarié Hall $3,815 $3,620
Edmund Hunt Hall NA $3,620
Le Mans Hall NA $3,620

Upperclassman Residences

Residence Hall                     Private Room          Double Room
East Hall $3,730 $2,415
Basil Moreau Hall $4,355 $3,670
Edmund Hunt Hall $4,355 NA
Dujarié Hall NA $3,670
Le Mans Hall $4,355 NA
Lady Bird Johnson Hall $3,960 NA
Casa $3,980 $3,605
Casitas $3,980 NA

Maryhill and Hilltopper Heights Apartments range from $3,250–$4,915 depending on the floor plan selected.

Cost of Attendance

While most students pay far less, the total cost of attendance for the 2016–2017 year is $55,800, including tuition and estimates for room and board, books and supplies, technology fee, and personal and transportation costs. Most students are offered a financial aid package that includes student grants, and all students are offered assistance from the U.S. Department of Education’s Direct Loan Program. Some students are also offered campus employment. The amount of this additional financing is based on the difference between the cost of attendance and the student’s other assistance.