Invest in your future. Successfully.

St. Edward’s is a wise investment. And we’re more affordable than you think.

A St. Edward’s education is surprisingly affordable, especially when you consider the lifetime value of all you’ll experience: passion-fueling courses, electrifying internships, graduate-level research, mind-expanding study abroad, life-changing service programs, and enriching friendships and connections.

What will it cost? It’s your net price, after scholarships and grants (money you don’t repay) have been awarded, that matters most. We combine merit awards and specialty scholarships with federal and state grants and other scholarships to determine your net cost.

The average merit scholarships and grants awarded to our first-year students is $37,965.

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University Tuition & Fees

Here’s an estimate of the costs of attending St. Edward’s for the 2024–2025 academic year:

Undergraduate Tuition $50,484
Residence Hall, with Roommates (Estimated) $8,780
Meal Plan (Estimated) $5,460
Comprehensive Fee (For 12 or more registered hours) $900
Health Insurance (Estimated) $2,600
Car Permit (Optional) $370

University Tuition & Fees apply to undergraduate students who are enrolled in 12-18 credit hours.

Freshman Residence Hall Rates

These rates are per person, per semester for the 2024-2025 semesters and are subject to change.

Residence Hall Double Room Suite
Basil Moreau and Dujarié Halls $4,519 $4,382
Edmund Hunt and Le Mans Halls NA $4,365 

Additional options are available for upperclassmen.

Cost of Attendance at St. Edward's

The average tuition paid by first-year students who received merit scholarships and grants is $13,419. The total Cost of Attendance for the 2024–2025 year is $71,334 for a new, full-time freshman or transfer student living on campus. This includes tuition and estimates for room and board, books and supplies, fees, 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.

What's the Real Cost of College?

You're likely considering many factors when researching colleges: location, majors, internship opportunities and more. Near the top for most students is cost. But figuring out the actual cost of college — what you'll pay — can get complicated. Learn more about how St. Edward's University helps simplify the process

Contact Us

Office of Student Financial Services
512-448-8523 or 800-555-0164