Tuition & Fees

For full-time freshmen entering Immaculata’s College of Undergraduate Studies, the university charges tuition and a student services fee. Certain courses and services carry additional fees to cover materials and other expenses. If you choose to live on campus, you can explore the cost of several housing options.

A variety of meal plans are available, whether you are a residential student or a commuter.

If you are an adult undergraduate student or a graduate student, your tuition is assessed on a per-credit basis.

Paying for your education is a significant and worthwhile investment, so our financial aid staff will work with you to identify different types of scholarships, loans, and even student employment opportunities that will help meet your needs.

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