Cardinal Stritch Tuition & Fees Report
How Much Does Cardinal Stritch University Cost?
See current and projected tuition and fees for Cardinal Stritch University, and how those expenses constrast to nationwide and regional averages. In this Cardinal Stritch cost report, you'll find:
How Much Does Cardinal Stritch Charge for Tuition?
Combined tuition and fees at Cardinal Stritch University for the 2019-2020 academic year was $33,770 for undergraduates. Students from both in state and out of state paid the same price.
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Cardinal Stritch University tuition and fees is the number charged to students for one year of attendance, and does not include room and board.
The numbers quoted on this page are all sticker price and don't include any financial aid or scholarships students may qualify for.
How much does Cardinal Stritch University cost for part-time students?
Go to the Cost Per Credit Hour page for details.
How Do Cardinal Stritch Tuition & Fees Compare to Other Schools?
The national out-of-state average for tuition and fees is $19,609 a year. At $33,770 a year, the average out-of-state tuition at Cardinal Stritch University was high when compared to the national average. Note that Cardinal Stritch does not give any in-state discounts.
Take a look at the following chart to see how Cardinal Stritch University compares to other schools in terms of tuition and fees.
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Note that a school may appear to be more expensive than another school when you look at tuition and fees alone, but it may actually be a better deal when you factor in financial aid packages. For more details on that, see: Cardinal Stritch University Financial Aid.
Cardinal Stritch Tuition & Fees Five Year Projection
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