See current and projected tuition and fees for Clarke University, and how those expenses constrast to nationwide and regional averages. If you're looking for specific information on Clarke costs, you can go to any of the following sections:
Combined tuition and fees at Clarke University for the 2020-2021 academic year was $36,870 for undergraduates. Students from Iowa did not receive a discount.
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Clarke University tuition and fees is the number charged to students for one year of attendance, and does not include room and board.
Remeber that many students qualify for scholarships and financial aid that will lower the amount they have to pay.
How much does Clarke University cost for part-time students?
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The national out-of-state average for tuition and fees is $19,933 a year. With yearly tuition and fees charges running about $36,870 for out-of-state undergrads, Clarke University is relatively expensive when compared to other schools in the country. Note that Clarke does not give any in-state discounts.
The chart below shows how Clarke compares to other schools nationwide, in the region, and in the state.
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Remember to also consider financial aid when trying to decide if you can afford to go to a particular school. For more details on that, see: Clarke University Financial Aid.
Tuition and Fees for Clarke University increased with an average annual rate of 3.40% over the past five years. The tuition increased by 3.41%, and fees by 3.16%. The estimated cost for this year's tuition and fees is $39,421 if the growth rate continues.
This means an estimated $80,184 for two years of out-of-state tuition and fees at Clarke, and $165,916 for four years.
Remeber to factor in additional costs such as room and board, transportation or books.
The following chart shows projected upcoming tuition and fees for undergraduates at Clarke.
Unless your school has advertised price freezes, it is likely the cost of tuition and fees will go up every year. Make sure you factor this into your budget.
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