Tuition and Costs

  • Introduction
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate
  • Graduate School of Management
  • Law School
  • Dental School
  • Per credit rates
  • College of Health Sciences professional

At Marquette, we understand that a college education is a significant investment for our students and their families, requiring sacrifices amid a time of economic uncertainty.

Yes, it's worth it.

But you should also know that approximately 98 percent of our undergraduates receive financial aid in the form of scholarships, grants, loans or student employment.

As you journey through your four years with us and beyond, know that we recognize the tremendous responsibility we have to help shape and transform the lives of our students at this great Catholic and Jesuit institution. We are committed to providing them all with a transformational education rooted in excellence.

Value of a Marquette Education

Value of a Marquette education

Knowing where your money goes and how the university operates is paramount to understanding the true value of a Marquette education.

2020–21 undergraduate tuition and costs (per year)

  • Undergraduate tuition — $44,970
  • Typical room and meals — $13,656
  • Fees — $696
  • Additional lab fees as assigned by course

Go to Marquette Central for more information about 2020–2021 rates.

Resources

Undergraduate Students

Financial aid

More than 90 percent of our freshmen receive financial aid, including scholarships, grants, student employment and low-interest loans.

2020–21 Graduate School tuition and costs

  • Education graduate — $900 (per credit hour)
  • Humanities graduate — $500 (per credit hour)
    (Christian Doctrine; English; Languages, Literatures and Cultures; History; Theology; and Philosophy (applies to master’s level programs only)).
  • All other graduate — $1,205 (per credit hour)

Go to Marquette Central for more information about 2020–21 rates.

Resources

Graduate Students

Financial aid

Each year, the Graduate School awards students approximately $12.5 million in stipends and tuition scholarships. Availability varies by program.

2020–21 Graduate School of Management tuition and costs

  • Master of business administration program — $1,205 (per credit hour)
  • Executive MBA — $76,000 (includes tuition, textbooks, parking, international trip, laptop, meals, etc.)

Go to Marquette Central for more information about 2020–21 rates.

Resources

Graduate Business Students

Financial aid

Each year, the Graduate School awards students approximately $12.5 million in stipends and tuition scholarships. Availability varies by program.

Law School tuition and costs

Visit the Marquette University Law School website to see tuition and costs information.

Go to Marquette Central for more information about 2020–2021 rates.

Resources

Law Students

Financial aid

Nearly 90 percent of first-year students receive financial aid, including scholarships and low-interest loans.

School of Dentistry tuition and costs

Visit the Marquette University School of Dentistry website to see tuition and costs information.

Go to Marquette Central for more information about 2020–2021 rates.

Resources

Dental Students

Financial Aid

Each year, more than $11 million in financial assistance is awarded to dental students.

2020–21 undergraduate per credit rates

  • Summer Studies — $750
  • J-Session — $750
    (Limited to 3 credits and is in addition to spring and fall full-time rate)
  • Online Strategic Communication — $750
  • Part time — $1,115

Go to Marquette Central for more information about 2020–2021 rates.

 

Summer Studies and J-Session

To learn more, visit the websites for Summer Studies and J-Session.

2020–21 College of Health Sciences professional tuition and costs

Physical therapy (doctoral phase)

Physician assistant studies

  • Physician assistant studies — $44,970 (per year, including summer session during the professional phase)
  • Additional costs for P.A.

Resources

CHS Students

Financial Aid

Direct-admit PT students may use undergraduate financial aid during their first four years. In addition, the Department of Physical Therapy awards approximately $60,000 of financial aid to fifth- and sixth-year PT students.