What to Know About Tuition & Fees
Get a full knowledge of the fees and tuition related to UE in order to prepare yourself properly for your college years. Look at the stats here to understand how University of Evansville's cost compares to other colleges and universities and if you should prepare for tuition increases.
How Does University of Evansville Compare to Other Schools?
The subsequent table outlines how UE measures up to other schools nationally, regionally and by state.
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UE Tuition & Fees
Full-time students at University of Evansville were charged $35,396 in tuition and fees for the 2017 - 2018 school year, prior to corrections for financial aid. From this total, the expense of tuition was $34,300. The remaining $1,096 represents additional fees. Find out more about the net price.
As opposed to public colleges, UE does not offer a tuition discount to in-state students.
Tuition and fees cover the costs of attendance for one academic year, but don't include room and board, which will be an additional cost you will get if you live on campus. Yet, many students will end up having to pay below full tuition after getting financial aid along with other reductions.
The subsequent table outlines the costs described above for the 2017 - 2018 academic year.
Check out the Cost Per Credit Hour page to find out more.
Are Tuition and Fees Going Up or Down?
There has been an increase of 2.4% in University of Evansville tuition and fees for out-of-state students in the past 5 years. Tuition grew by 2.4% and fees grew by 2.8%. This year, undergraduates should expect to pay $36,231 based on current estimates.
Because of price increases, the full cost of a four-year degree will be $150,137, and the full expense of a two-year degree would be $73,318, which doesn't include other expenses such as books, transportation, and room and board.
View what future tuition and fees will be for UE students in the below chart.
At a lot of schools you'll end up paying out more for your last year of college than you will in your first. This is due to yearly price increases. It's good to keep yourself updated!
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