At this time, we are planning for students to return to campus, therefore, it’s too early to speculate about any possible changes to tuition.
We intend to resume campus operations this fall if governmental and medical authorities say it is safe to do so, and we are carefully developing our Recovery plan in ways that align with local and state guidelines. The changes to the Academic Calendar were made in order to allow students to have an on-campus experience, and the current tuition and housing costs reflect that experience. Financial aid funds in this environment have increased.
Housing rates for the 2020-21 Academic Year will remain as published to account for the increased cleaning and sanitation efforts in the residence halls and university-owned apartments, and other health and safety measures being taken to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 among the campus residential community. Additionally, Residence Life will continue to staff the residence halls, even when students are not physically on campus.
Due to the reduced time resident students will be dining on campus, Marquette has decreased the Anytime Dining meal rates for the fall semester by $400. The new rate is $1,950 for the semester; down from the originally published rate of $2,350. This is an 8.5% decrease, which is consistent with the reduction in time students will be dining on campus.