Undergraduate Tuition and Aid

View the estimated cost of attendance for a full-time undergraduate student here.

2020-2021 Tuition and Fees 

Tuition is based on the current rate for the 2020-2021 academic year. For 2019-2020 Tuition and Fees, view the information in the next section of this page. Please note, tuition rates may increase in future academic years.

Housing Status On-Campus Off-Campus With Parent(s)
Tuition* $47,190 $47,190 $47,190
Fees (Campus Comprehensive, ASDU Activities, Technology) $720 $720 $720
Room and Board $14,996** $16,580 $8,780
Books and Supplies $1,080 $1,080 $1,080
Transportation $324 $858 $938
Personal Expenses $2,609 $3,784 $3,225
Estimated Loan Fees $72 $72 $72
Total $66,991 $70,284 $62,005

*Assumes full-time enrollment (between 12-18 units) for both the fall and spring semesters.

**On-Campus Room and Board assumes the student has a double occupancy on-campus dorm room and a 14-meals-per-week plan. Meal plan rate is estimated and pending finalization.

Prospective first-year and transfer undergraduate students may view general estimates of cost along with estimated financial aid the student may be eligible for by using our Net Price Calculator.

2020-2021 Additional Details

Please see the following for additional information regarding billing, tuition and fees. 

  • Tuition for full-time enrollment for both the fall and spring semesters is $47,190 for the 2020-21 academic year. (If a student exceeds 18 units in a fall/spring semester, an additional $1,970 per unit over 18 units will be assessed.) 
  • Fall/spring part-time tuition (less than 12 units) is $1,970 per unit. Tuition during the summer semester is $750 per unit.

All undergraduate students are assessed the following fees for each semester attended:

  • $210 non-refundable Campus Comprehensive Fee
  • $50 Technology Fee 
  • $100 ASDU Activities Fee (each fall/spring semester attended)

International students are assessed the following fees: 

  • $100 fee (for each semester attended)
  • $650 health insurance fee

Nursing students are assessed the following fees: 

  • Clinical lab fees ($750 per semester) become part of students’ tuition expenses once they enter the Nursing program (i.e., second-year Nursing) and continue until graduation.

Please note — for all student populations, additional fees may be assessed and costs are subject to change. 

On-Campus Dorm Rates (full academic year):

  • Single Occupancy Room: $10,436
  • Double Occupancy Room: $8,702
  • Triple Occupancy Room: $7,150

Estimated Meal Plan Rates (full academic year):

  • 10 Meals/Week Plan:  $6,180
  • 14 Meals/Week Plan: $6,294
  • 19 Meals/Week Plan:  $6,932

Town Home Rates (full academic year):

  • Single Occupancy Room: $14,256
  • Large Double Occupancy Room: $12,474
  • Small Double Occupancy Room: $11,970

Town Home residents are not required to have a meal-plan.
 

For questions about your billing statement and/or the charges that appear on it, as well as our Tuition Refund Policy, please contact the Business Services Office.

  • The balance on your student account is due by the published due date, regardless of the status of your financial aid. If a balance is paid and then financial aid is applied, any credit balance will be refunded to the student.
  • Anticipated Financial Aid will show on your billing statement once all required items are received and processed by the Office of Financial Aid.
  • If your financial aid is not finalized before the dates below, it may not show on your first student account statement for the term.
Fall Semester April 1
Spring Semester October 1

 

2019-2020 Tuition and Fees 

Tuition is based on the current rate for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Housing Status On-Campus Off-Campus With Parent(s)
Tuition* $46,260 $46,260 $46,260
Fees (Campus Comprehensive, ASDU Activities, Technology) $680 $680 $680
Room and Board $14,685** $15,084 $6,786
Books and Supplies $1,971 $1,971 $1,971
Transportation $864 $1,278 $1,134
Personal Expenses $2,853 $3,996 $3,564
Estimated Loan Fees $72 $72 $72
Total $67,385 $69,341 $60,467

*Assumes full-time enrollment (between 12-18 units) for both the fall and spring semesters.

**On-Campus Room and Board assumes the student has a double occupancy, on-campus dorm room and a 14-meals-per-week plan. The meal plan rate is estimated and pending finalization.

Prospective first-year and transfer undergraduate students may view general estimates of cost along with estimated financial aid the student may be eligible for by using our Net Price Calculator.

If a student exceeds 18 units in a fall/spring semester, an additional $1,940 per unit over 18 units will be assessed. Fall/spring part-time tuition (less than 12 units) is $1,940 per unit. Tuition during the summer semester is $750 per unit.

Rates for the 2019-2020 academic year.

On-Campus Dorm Rates (full academic year):

  • Single Occupancy Room: $10,230
  • Double Occupancy Room: $8,530
  • Triple Occupancy Room: $7,010

Estimated Meal Plan Rates (full academic year):

  • 10 Meals/Week Plan:  $6,040
  • 14 Meals/Week Plan: $6,155
  • 19 Meals/Week Plan:  $6,785

Town Home Rates (full academic year):

  • Single Occupancy Room: $13,840
  • Large Double Occupancy Room: $12,110
  • Small Double Occupancy Room: $11,620

Town Home residents are not required to have a meal plan.

Financial Aid: Scholarships, Grants, Loans and Work-Study

Scholarships and grants are types of aid that do not have to be repaid and that can help to directly reduce your tuition expenses. Eligibility is usually based on academic merit, financial need and/or talent in specific areas.

How to Apply

You are considered for a merit scholarship by submitting an application for admission. To be considered for a grant, submit a FAFSA.

Learn about what types of scholarships and grants are available on the Scholarships and Grants page.

Undergraduate students and their families have access to federal loans to help meet their cost of attending Dominican.

How to Apply

In order to become eligible, submit a FAFSA and federal loans will be included in your financial aid award. 

Learn about what types of loans are available on the Undergraduate and Adult Learners Loans page.

Work-Study is an optional form of self-help aid that allows students to apply for on-campus employment (or off-campus work with one of our community service partners) to earn extra money toward their college expenses. 

How to Apply

To be considered for Federal Work-Study, submit a FAFSA. To learn about other opportunities, visit our Work-Study page.