Tuition and Fees

Tuition makes up part of a student's cost of attendance. However, a student's total estimated costs also includes room and board/rent, utilities, groceries, books and supplies, local transportation costs, and miscellaneous personal expenses. When planning your finances, be sure to account for all expenses that a student may incur.

If you are considering applying to Dominican's Undergraduate program as a first-year student, transfer student, or international student; or to Dominican's Adult Degree Completion or Graduate programs, we would be glad to help you through the process.

Please use the links below to view standard Tuition and Cost of Attendance (COA) for each of our educational programs:

Learn more about Dominican's Tuition Insurance Plan

The COA serves as a guideline for how much a family would need to budget for to send their student to Dominican. There are two components to these budgets: direct expenses (such as tuition, fees, and, if living on-campus, room & board) that are assessed by and paid directly to the school and indirect expenses (such as books & supplies, transportation, personal expenses, and, if living off-campus, room & board). These expenses added together determines the maximum amount of aid a student is able to receive from all sources in an academic year. The costs of tuition, fees, and on-campus room and board are established by the University’s Board of Trustees annually and are subject to change.

Prospective first-year, undergraduate day program students may view general estimates of cost along with estimated financial aid by using our Net Price Calculator.