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What is the price tag for all the great things you’ll get at Detroit Mercy? It’s a lot more reasonable than you may think. Select the Cost of Attendance accordion below based on your student type and academic year.

For those registering for the Summer 2017 semester, please select from the appropriate accordion below. Students registering for the Summer 2017 should also see special discounted rates on specific class sections.

Feel free to contact us at 313-993-3350 if you have any questions.

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    2017-18 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

    Let us help you with the math. Talk to a financial aid counselor. Find out why it’s more affordable to attend Detroit Mercy full-time. Are you graduating from high school this year? Be sure to check out the freshman netprice calculator.

    Here’s a breakdown of costs per term, item by item, depending on your chosen program:

    Liberal Arts & Education, Science, Business Administration, Health Professions, Nursing, Dental Hygiene (non-clinical), University College, Digital Media Studies, Software Engineering

    Per credit, 1-11 credit hours $1,049
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $20,579
    Each credit hour over 18 $1,347

    Engineering, Architecture
    Per credit, 1-11 credit hours $1,123
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $21,542
    Each credit hour over 18 $1,415

    Off-Campus Programs
    Per credit hour, 1-11 credit hours (discounted rates) Varies by program
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) Flat rates listed above
    Each credit hour over 18 Credit hour rates listed above
    Please see Off-campus programs cost accordion below for more details  

    Study Abroad Varies by program

    Residency Fees

    Double/Single
    Shiple Hall (Freshmen only) – includes meal plan option (1) or (2) $4,610 / $6,799
    East, North, South Quads – includes meal plan option (1), (2) or (3) $4,726 / $6,915
    Holden Hall – includes meal plan option (1), (2) or (3) $4,552 / $6,742
    West Quad – excludes meal plan $3,457 / $5,533
    Note: Cable service is included.

    Meal Plans

    1) Block 255/$150 Flex
    2) Block 190/$300 Flex
    3) Block 120/$500 Flex

    Co-op Tuition (per assignment)

    Co-op Training Tuition Parallel $588
    Co-op Training Tuition Alternating $1,042

    General Fees

    Late Payment Fee $200
    Late Registration Fee $200

    Cost Example

    Full-time freshman, 2 terms:

    Undergraduate, off-campus, 2 terms:
    Tuition, 12-18 credits per term: $41,158 Tuition, 12-18 credits per term, (full-time): $41,158
    Room and Board - On Campus: $9,220 Tuition, 10 credits per term, (part-time): $20,980
    Total: $50,378

    *Costs may vary

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    2017-18 Graduate Tuition & Fees

    Let us help you with the math. Talk to a financial aid counselor. Also, many programs have assistantships, fellowships, and other fee-waiver programs. Please consult your chosen program.

    Here’s a breakdown of costs per term, item by item, depending on your chosen program:

    Liberal Arts & Education, Science, Business Administration, Software Engineering
    Per credit hour $1,579

    Health Professions, Nursing, Community Development
    Per credit hour $981

    Nurse Anesthesiology
    Track I per term $8,854
    Track II per term $6,107

    Physician Assistant
    Per credit hour (1-4 credit hours) $1,607
    Track 1 Full-time flat rate (5+ credit hours) $16,460
    Track 2 Part-time flat rate (5+ credit hours) $10,958

    Engineering
    Per credit hour $1,607

    Architecture
    Per credit hour, 1-11 credit hours $1,607
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $23,369
    Each credit hour over 18 $1,607

    Off-Campus Programs (discount rates)
    Please see Off-campus programs cost accordion below for more details Varies by program

    Study Abroad Varies by program

    Co-op Tuition (per assignment)
    Co-op Training Tuition Parallel $570
    Co-op Training Tuition Alternating $1,010

    General Fees
    Late Payment Fee $200
    Late Registration Fee $200

    Cost Example

    Full-time Liberal Arts, 2 terms:

    Full-time Engineering
    Tuition, 9 credits per term: $28,422 Tuition, 9 credits per term: $28,926
    Room and Board - Commuting: $9,452
    Total: $37,874

    *Costs may vary

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    2017-18 Off-campus & Special Programs Tuition & Fees

    For additional tuition information on specific off-campus programs, please speak with your academic advisor or a financial aid counselor. Rates listed are discounted rates unless otherwise specified.


    Macomb University Center:
      Undergraduate
        Economics and Financial Economics (per credit, 1-11 credit hours) $550
        BSN Completion (per credit, 1-11 credit hours) $550
        Other (per credit, 1-11 credit hours) $801
        12-18 credits (flat rate per term) $20,579
        Each credit over 18 $1,347
      Graduate
        Economics and Financial Economics (per credit hour) $826
        Other (per credit hour) $1,157

    WCCCD University Center:
      Undergraduate (per credit, 1-11 credit hours) $550
        12-18 credits (flat rate per term) $20,579
        Each credit over 18 $1,347
      Graduate (per credit hour) $826

    Online Courses in Economics and Financial Economics
      (for students enrolled as online students in these programs)
      Undergraduate (per credit, 1-11 credit hours) $550
        12-18 credits (flat rate per term) $20,579
        Each credit over 18 $1,347
      Graduate (per credit hour) $826
    Online CIS Graduate Programs in Software Management, Cybersecurity and Information Assurance  
      (for students enrolled in complete online degree program)  
        per credit hour $826

    Other:
      American Language & Culture Program (per course)
      ALCP 3150, 5315 $3,225
      ALCP 2010, 2020, 5201, 5202 $7,940
      ALCP 1010, 5101 $10,209
      Legal Assistant Certificate (per credit, 1-11 credit hours) $525
      12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $20,579
      Each credit over 18 $1,347
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    2017-18 International Students Tuition & Fees

    International students who wish to enter the U.S. in F-1 status to attend full-time classes must provide evidence of sufficient funds to pay tuition, fees and living expenses (reflected below in USD) for 8 months of study. For domestic student tuition and fees (that is, you are a U.S. Citizen, a Pending or Permanent Resident of the U.S., or you are on Asylum or Refugee Status), see the undergraduate or graduate accordions on this page.

    If you are bringing a spouse to Detroit Mercy with you, please be prepared to add additional living expense funds to adjust for this: $14,579.00 to the TOTAL figure in the respective chart below for your degree program. For each child you bring, add an additional $1,827.00 to the TOTAL. So, for example, if you are applying to the Architecture Graduate Program and you plan to bring a spouse and one child with you, the TOTAL is $58,507.00 USD.

    The following are tuition, fees, and estimated living expenses (in USD) based on full-time coursework and living on the McNichols Campus (off-campus housing cannot be assessed) for 8 months of study at Detroit Mercy. For cohort rates, contact the International Admissions Counselor.

    Following are the tuition rates (independent of discounts) for the American Language and Culture Program classes offered at Detroit Mercy:

    • ALCP 1010/5101 = $10,209
    • ALCP 2010/2020/5201/5202 = $7,940
    • ALCP 3150/5315 = $3,225

    International Undergraduate Programs

    Liberal Arts & Education, Science, Business Administration, Health Professions, Nursing, Dental Hygiene (non-clinical), University College, Digital Media Studies, Software Engineering

    Per credit, 1-11 credit hours $1,049
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $20,579
    Each credit hour over 18 $1,347

    Engineering, Architecture
    Per credit, 1-11 credit hours $1,123
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $21,542
    Each credit hour over 18 $1,415

    Off-Campus Programs
    Per credit hour, 1-11 credit hours (discounted rates) Varies by program
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) Flat rates listed above
    Each credit hour over 18 Credit hour rates listed above
    Please see Off-campus programs cost accordion for more details  

    Study Abroad Varies by program

    Residency Fees

    Double/Single
    Shiple Hall (Freshmen only) – includes meal plan option (1) or (2) $4,610 / $6,799
    East, North, South Quads – includes meal plan option (1), (2) or (3) $4,726 / $6,915
    Holden Hall – includes meal plan option (1), (2) or (3) $4,552 / $6,742
    West Quad – excludes meal plan $3,457 / $5,533
    Note: Cable service is included.

    Meal Plans

    1) Block 255/$150 Flex
    2) Block 190/$300 Flex
    3) Block 120/$500 Flex

    Co-op Tuition (per assignment)

    Co-op Training Tuition Parallel $588
    Co-op Training Tuition Alternating $1,042

    General Fees

    Late Payment Fee $200
    Late Registration Fee $200

    Cost Example

    Full-time freshman, 2 terms:

    Undergraduate, off-campus, 2 terms:
    Tuition, 12-18 credits per term: $41,158 Tuition, 12-18 credits per term, (full-time): $41,158
    Room and Board - On Campus: $9,220 Tuition, 10 credits per term, (part-time): $20,980
    Total: $50,378

    *Costs may vary

    International Graduate Programs

    Liberal Arts & Education, Science, Business Administration, Software Engineering
    Per credit hour $1,579

    Health Professions, Nursing, Community Development
    Per credit hour $981

    Nurse Anesthesiology
    Track I per term $8,854
    Track II per term $6,107

    Physician Assistant
    Per credit hour (1-4 credit hours) $1,607
    Track 1 Full-time flat rate (5+ credit hours) $16,460
    Track 2 Part-time flat rate (5+ credit hours) $10,958

    Engineering
    Per credit hour $1,607

    Architecture
    Per credit hour, 1-11 credit hours $1,607
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $23,369
    Each credit hour over 18 $1,607

    Off-Campus Programs (discount rates)
    Please see Off-campus programs cost accordion below for more details Varies by program

    Study Abroad Varies by program

    Co-op Tuition (per assignment)
    Co-op Training Tuition Parallel $588
    Co-op Training Tuition Alternating $1,042

    General Fees
    Late Payment Fee $200
    Late Registration Fee $200

    Cost Example

    Full-time Liberal Arts, 2 terms:

    Full-time Engineering
    Tuition, 9 credits per term: $28,422 Tuition, 9 credits per term: $28,926
    Room and Board - Commuting: $9,452
    Total: $37,874

    *Costs may vary

  •  

    2016-17 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

    Let us help you with the math. Talk to a financial aid counselor. Find out why it’s more affordable to attend Detroit Mercy full-time. Are you graduating from high school this year? Be sure to check out the freshman netprice calculator.

    Here’s a breakdown of costs per term, item by item, depending on your chosen program:

    Liberal Arts & Education, Science, Business Administration, Health Professions, Nursing, Dental Hygiene (non-clinical), University College, Digital Media Studies, Software Engineering

    Per credit, 1-11 credit hours $1,016
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $19,941
    Each credit hour over 18 $1,305

    Engineering, Architecture
    Per credit, 1-11 credit hours $1,088
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $20,874
    Each credit hour over 18 $1,371

    Off-Campus Programs
    Per credit hour, 1-11 credit hours (discounted rates) Varies by program
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) Flat rates listed above
    Each credit hour over 18 Credit hour rates listed above
    Please see Off-campus programs cost accordion below for more details  

    Study Abroad Varies by program

    Residency Fees

    Double/Single
    Shiple Hall (Freshmen only) – includes meal plan option (1) or (2) $4,467 / $6,588
    East, North, South Quads – includes meal plan option (1), (2) or (3) $4,579 / $6,701
    Holden Hall – includes meal plan option (1), (2) or (3) $4,411 / $6,533
    West Quad – excludes meal plan $3,350 / $5,361
    Note: Cable service is included.

    Meal Plans

    1) Block 255/$150 Flex
    2) Block 190/$300 Flex
    3) Block 120/$500 Flex

    Co-op Tuition (per assignment)

    Co-op Training Tuition Parallel $570
    Co-op Training Tuition Alternating $1,010

    General Fees

    Late Payment Fee $200
    Late Registration Fee $200

    Cost Example

    Full-time freshman, 2 terms:

    Undergraduate, off-campus, 2 terms:
    Tuition, 12-18 credits per term: $39,882 Tuition, 12-18 credits per term, (full-time): $39,882
    Room and Board - On Campus: $8,934 Tuition, 10 credits per term, (part-time): $20,320
    Total: $48,816

    *Costs may vary

  •  

    2016-17 Graduate Tuition & Fees

    Let us help you with the math. Talk to a financial aid counselor. Also, many programs have assistantships, fellowships, and other fee-waiver programs. Please consult your chosen program.

    Here’s a breakdown of costs per term, item by item, depending on your chosen program:

    Liberal Arts & Education, Science, Business Administration, Software Engineering
    Per credit hour $1,537

    Health Professions, Nursing, Community Development
    Per credit hour $955

    Nurse Anesthesiology
    Track I per term $8,621
    Track II per term $5,946

    Physician Assistant
    Per credit hour (1-4 credit hours) $1,565
    Track 1 Full-time flat rate (5+ credit hours) $16,027
    Track 2 Part-time flat rate (5+ credit hours) $10,670

    Engineering
    Per credit hour $1,565

    Architecture
    Per credit hour, 1-11 credit hours $1,565
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $22,755
    Each credit hour over 18 $1,565

    Off-Campus Programs (discount rates)
    Please see Off-campus programs cost accordion below for more details Varies by program

    Study Abroad Varies by program

    Co-op Tuition (per assignment)
    Co-op Training Tuition Parallel $570
    Co-op Training Tuition Alternating $1,010

    General Fees
    Late Payment Fee $200
    Late Registration Fee $200

    Cost Example

    Full-time Liberal Arts, 2 terms:

    Full-time Engineering
    Tuition, 9 credits per term: $27,666 Tuition, 9 credits per term: $28,170
    Room and Board - Commuting: $9,158
    Total: $36,824

    *Costs may vary

  •  

    2016-17 Off-campus & Special Programs Tuition & Fees

    For additional tuition information on specific off-campus programs, please speak with your academic advisor or a financial aid counselor. Rates listed are discounted rates unless otherwise specified.


    Macomb University Center:
      Undergraduate
        Economics and Financial Economics (per credit, 1-11 credit hours) $533
        BSN Completion (per credit, 1-11 credit hours) $533
        Other (per credit, 1-11 credit hours) $776
        12-18 credits (flat rate per term) $19,941
        Each credit over 18 $1,305
      Graduate
        Economics and Financial Economics (per credit hour) $804
        Other (per credit hour) $1,127

    WCCCD University Center:
      Undergraduate (per credit, 1-11 credit hours) $533
        12-18 credits (flat rate per term) $19,941
        Each credit over 18 $1,305
      Graduate (per credit hour) $804

    Online Courses in Economics and Financial Economics
      (for students enrolled as online students in these programs)
      Undergraduate (per credit, 1-11 credit hours) $533
        12-18 credits (flat rate per term) $19,941
        Each credit over 18 $1,305
      Graduate (per credit hour) $804
    Online CIS Graduate Programs in Software Management, Cybersecurity and Information Assurance  
      (for students enrolled in complete online degree program)  
        per credit hour $804

    Other:
      American Language & Culture Program (per course)
      ALCP 3150, 5315 $3,125
      ALCP 2010, 2020, 5201, 5202 $7,694
      ALCP 1010, 5101 $9,892
      Legal Assistant Certificate (per credit, 1-11 credit hours) $508
      12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $19,941
      Each credit over 18 $1,305
  •  

    2016-17 International Students Tuition & Fees

    International students who wish to enter the U.S. in F-1 status to attend full-time classes must provide evidence of sufficient funds to pay tuition, fees and living expenses (reflected below in USD) for 8 months of study. For domestic student tuition and fees (that is, you are a U.S. Citizen, a Pending or Permanent Resident of the U.S., or you are on Asylum or Refugee Status), see the undergraduate or graduate accordions on this page.

    If you are bringing a spouse to Detroit Mercy with you, please be prepared to add additional living expense funds to adjust for this: $14,579.00 to the TOTAL figure in the respective chart below for your degree program. For each child you bring, add an additional $1,827.00 to the TOTAL. So, for example, if you are applying to the Architecture Graduate Program and you plan to bring a spouse and one child with you, the TOTAL is $58,507.00 USD.

    The following are tuition, fees, and estimated living expenses (in USD) based on full-time coursework and living on the McNichols Campus (off-campus housing cannot be assessed) for 8 months of study at Detroit Mercy. For cohort rates, contact the International Admissions Counselor.

    Following are the tuition rates (independent of discounts) for the American Language and Culture Program classes offered at Detroit Mercy:

    • ALCP 1010/5101 = $9,892
    • ALCP 2010/2020/5201/5202 = $7,694
    • ALCP 3150/5315 = $3,125

    International Undergraduate Programs

    Liberal Arts & Education, Science, Business Administration, Health Professions, Nursing, Dental Hygiene (non-clinical), University College, Digital Media Studies, Software Engineering

    Per credit, 1-11 credit hours $1,016
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $19,941
    Each credit hour over 18 $1,305

    Engineering, Architecture
    Per credit, 1-11 credit hours $1,088
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $20,874
    Each credit hour over 18 $1,371

    Off-Campus Programs
    Per credit hour, 1-11 credit hours (discounted rates) Varies by program
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) Flat rates listed above
    Each credit hour over 18 Credit hour rates listed above
    Please see Off-campus programs cost accordion below for more details  

    Study Abroad Varies by program

    Residency Fees

    Double/Single
    Shiple Hall (Freshmen only) – includes meal plan option (1) or (2) $4,467 / $6,588
    East, North, South Quads – includes meal plan option (1), (2) or (3) $4,579 / $6,701
    Holden Hall – includes meal plan option (1), (2) or (3) $4,411 / $6,533
    West Quad – excludes meal plan $3,350 / $5,361
    Note: Cable service is included.

    Meal Plans

    1) Block 255/$150 Flex
    2) Block 190/$300 Flex
    3) Block 120/$500 Flex

    Co-op Tuition (per assignment)

    Co-op Training Tuition Parallel $570
    Co-op Training Tuition Alternating $1,010

    General Fees

    Late Payment Fee $200
    Late Registration Fee $200

    Cost Example

    Full-time freshman, 2 terms:

    Undergraduate, off-campus, 2 terms:
    Tuition, 12-18 credits per term: $39,882 Tuition, 12-18 credits per term, (full-time): $39,882
    Room and Board - On Campus: $8,934 Tuition, 10 credits per term, (part-time): $20,320
    Total: $48,816

    *Costs may vary

    International Graduate Programs

    Liberal Arts & Education, Science, Business Administration, Software Engineering
    Per credit hour $1,537

    Health Professions, Nursing, Community Development
    Per credit hour $955

    Nurse Anesthesiology
    Track I per term $8,621
    Track II per term $5,946

    Physician Assistant
    Per credit hour (1-4 credit hours) $1,565
    Track 1 Full-time flat rate (5+ credit hours) $16,027
    Track 2 Part-time flat rate (5+ credit hours) $10,670

    Engineering
    Per credit hour $1,565

    Architecture
    Per credit hour, 1-11 credit hours $1,565
    12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term) $22,755
    Each credit hour over 18 $1,565

    Off-Campus Programs (discount rates)
    Please see Off-campus programs cost for more details Varies by program

    Study Abroad Varies by program

    Co-op Tuition (per assignment)
    Co-op Training Tuition Parallel $570
    Co-op Training Tuition Alternating $1,010

    General Fees
    Late Payment Fee $200
    Late Registration Fee $200

    Cost Example

    Full-time Liberal Arts, 2 terms:

    Full-time Engineering
    Tuition, 9 credits per term: $27,666 Tuition, 9 credits per term: $28,170
    Room and Board - Commuting: $9,158
    Total: $36,824

    *Costs may vary

How much will you need?

Use this chart to help determine how much you will need.

  Detroit Mercy Costs    
1. Tuition - See Above $ _________________________________
2. Course Fees - See Schedule of Classes $ _________________________________
3. Campus Room and Board $ _________________________________
4. Subtotal Detroit Mercy Costs $ _________________________________
   
5. Finances    
6. Deposits and Payments Scheduled $ _________________________________
7. Scholarships and Grants $ _________________________________
8. Loans $ _________________________________
9. Subtotal Payments to Account $ _________________________________
   
  Net Owed to Detroit Mercy    
10. Subtract line 4 from line 9 $ _________________________________
  (If negative,  you won't   owe anything more)  
   
  Other Costs    
11. Books and Supplies $ _________________________________
12. Personal Expenses $ _________________________________
13. Room and Board if not on Campus $ _________________________________
14. Travel Expenses $ _________________________________
15. Subtotal Other Costs $ _________________________________
16. Remaining amount needed for academic year    
  (add lines 10 and 15)   $ _________________________________

Additional educational expenses to consider

Travel, Books and Supplies

  • Students living on campus may spend on average $345 on travel expenses
  • Students commuting may spend on average $2,123 on travel expenses
  • We estimate that student could spend aprox. $1,249 in books and supplies each year
  • Tip: Renting books and shopping online for books are the most economical ways to secure books

Personal & Miscellaneous Expenses

We estimate that students may spend approximately $5171 for personal expenses during the academic year. This was calculated based on the moderate living expense budget for 2017-18 for the metro Detroit Area, provided by The College Board.

Loan Fees

Estimated loan fees for undergraduate students averaged $72 per academic year. Estimated loan fees for graduate students averaged $220 per academic year.

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