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All rates on this page are believed accurate and current when published. However, Marquette University reserves the right to modify any rate to correct a publishing mistake or to respond to any unforeseeable change in circumstances, e.g., energy surcharge or governmental action.

Full-Time Tuition Rates

College   per term per year
Arts and Sciences 12 or more credit hours $22,485 $44,970
Business Administration 12 or more credit hours $22,485 $44,970
Communication 12 or more credit hours $22,485 $44,970
Education 12 or more credit hours $22,485 $44,970
Engineering 12 or more credit hours $22,485 $44,970
Health Sciences Full time (credit hours may vary) $22,485 $44,970
Physician Assistant Studies $22,485 $44,970
Physical Therapy (Doctoral Phase — years four through six) $24,045 $48,090
Nursing 12 or more credit hours $22,485 $44,970

Full-Time Law & Dentistry Tuition Rates

School   per term per year
Law 12 or more credit hours $24,490 $48,980
Dentistry 12 or more credit hours
In State* $28,300 $56,600
Out of State $32,630 $65,260

* The state of Wisconsin provides a tuition subsidy for certain dental students who are Wisconsin state residents. As with any governmental appropriation, the exact amount is subject to change as part of the legislative process. The expected state subsidy for 2020-21 is $4,330 per term per Wisconsin resident, but is subject to change at any time. Students will be billed for any reduction in the expected state subsidy and credited for any increase.

Dental Graduate Programs

Endodontics Billed $9,720 Summer, $19,430 in Fall and Spring $48,580
Orthodontics (continuing) Billed $9,760 Summer, $19,540 in Fall and Spring $48,840
Orthodontics (incoming) Billed $9,960 Summer, $19,930 in Fall and Spring $49,820
Periodontics Billed $8,360 Summer, $16,720 in Fall and Spring $41,800
Prosthodontics Billed $5,420 Summer, $10,820 in Fall and Spring $27,060

 

Student Fees

The following required fees are charged to all full-time undergraduate students per semester:

Medical Clinic Fee $163
Rec and Wellness Fee $50
Student Activity Fee $30
Technology Fee $55
UPASS Fee $50
Total Student Fees $348


Tuition calculation for the following is based on the student's career and/or academic plan.

Per Credit Hour Tuition Rates

Graduate School $1,205
Graduate School of Management Master of Business Administration Program $1,205
  Online Master of Business Administration Program $1,205
Health Sciences Professional   $1,205
Clinical Laboratory Science Certificate   $900
Education Graduate   $900
Graduate School - Humanities

Christian Doctrine; English; Languages, Literatures and Cultures; History; Theology; and Philosophy (applies to master’s level programs only).

$500
Law School   $1,935
Undergraduate Courses    
  Online Strategic Communication $750
J Session (limited to 3 credits and is in addition to spring and fall full-time rate) $750
College of Professional Studies $635
Part-time (less than 12 credit hours) $1,115


Health Science Professional Programs

Biomedical Sciences Post-Baccalaureate Prerequisite Program

June 2020-May 2021 (Billed $10,740 Summer 2020, Fall 2020, and Spring 2021)

$32,220
Master of Athletic Training New students-Summer 2020 (Billed $8,169 Summer 2020, $16,338 Fall 2020 and Spring 2021) $40,845
Speech Pathology and Audiology Post-Baccalaureate Program Billed $11,255 Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 $22,510
Doctor Physical Therapy Billed $24,045 Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 $48,090
Physicians Assistant Billed $22,485 Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 $44,970
Clinical Doctor of Occupational Therapy Billed $23,144 Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 $46,288

Master of Science in Nursing - Second Degree Direct Entry for Non-Nurses

On Campus location  
Continuing students (graduating December 2020) $20,000
  Billed $10,000 per semester for Summer 2020 and Fall 2020  
New students (starting Summer 2020)-18 month program $57,000
  Billed $11,400 billed $11,400 for Summer 2020, Fall 2020, Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021  
   
Pleasant Prairie location  
Continuing Students (graduating Summer 2020) $9,000
  Billed $9,000 for Summer 2019  
Continuing students (graduating May 2021) $28,666
  Billed $10,666 for Summer 2020; $9,000 for Fall 2020 and Spring 2021  
Continuing students (graduating Summer 2021) $45,600
  Billed $11,400 for Summer and Fall 2020; Spring and Summer 2021  
New students (Start Fall 2020) $57,000
  Billed $11,400 for Fall 2020, Spring, Summer and Fall 2021, and Spring 2022

 

New students (Start Spring 2021) $65,000
 

Billed $13,000 for Spring, Summer and Fall 2021, Spring and Summer 2022

 

 

Room and Board Rates

Hall/Room Type per term per year
Room Type Rate with Meal Plan Rate with Meal Plan
Abbottsford Triple $5,825 $11,650
Carpenter Single $7,375 $14,750
Double $6,710 $13,420
Cobeen Single $7,310 $14,620
Double $6,590 $13,180
Triple $5,725 $11,450
Quad $6,660 $13,320
The Commons      
Eckstein Tower Single $7,570 $15,140
  Double $7,310 $14,620
Humphrey Large Double $7,215 $14,430
Triple $6,770 $13,540
Mashuda Single $7,425 $14,850
Standard Double $6,980 $13,960
Large Double $7,035 $14,070
Triple $5,795 $11,590
Quad $6,485 $12,970
O'Donnell Single $7,310 $14,620
Double $6,590 $13,180
Triple $5,725 $11,450
Schroeder Double $6,690 $13,380
Straz Double $7,180 $14,360
  Quad $6,490 $12,980
The Commons      
Wells St. Hall Single $7,570 $15,140
  Double $7,310 $14,620


Meal Plan Only

Per term

Anytime Dining $2,350
Loyalty 50 Dining $436 (maximum 2 per semester)

 

Each residence hall offers distinctive features and amenities. Nine of the halls are coed with the tenth, Cobeen, being an all-female residence hall. Several halls have floors designated for students in a particular college or program. Straz Tower houses the Nuestro Hogar Living-Learning Community.

The university again this year is offering the Anytime Dining Plan. Students are able to enter the dining rooms as often as they’d like in the three “Anytime” dining rooms — The Commons, Cobeen and Straz Tower. They are also able to eat meals at any of the 13 destination dining locations on campus — Schroeder Hall’s “City Scapes”; six food vendors within Marquette Place in the Alumni Memorial Union; Erbert and Gerbert’s; and five Brew Cafés on campus. At the destination dining locations, students can swipe their meal card once during each meal period: breakfast (7:15 a.m. – 11 a.m.), lunch (11 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.) or dinner (4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.). The Anytime Meal Plan also includes 15 guest passes and $50 for usein on-campus dining locations. 

Any Marquette student, faculty or staff member may purchase a meal plan or Marquette CASH to use their MarquetteCard to dine on campus - or at a number of off-campus retail locations. For more detailed information about Marquette’s residence halls, campus apartments and the Marquette dining program, go to marquette.edu/residence-life.

 

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