Earning a bachelor’s degree is a significant investment in your future and obtaining your degree at a private Christian university may be more affordable than you think. Rochester University is committed to making Christian higher education affordable. The majority of our students receive some type of institutional aid and many students are also eligible for assistance from federal and state aid sources. Please review our cost of attendance and financial aid information and contact us if you have any additional questions.
Rochester University’s tuition, fees, room and board rates are set annually and are subject to change. All students pay the same tuition rate regardless of their residency. Traditional undergraduate students who are enrolled in 12-18 credit hours pay a block rate. Block tuition enables traditional full-time students to pay a single price for between 12-18 credit hours per term (Fall and Spring semesters).
The block tuition rate does not include room and board or course-specific and individual fees. Students are encouraged to take the maximum hours each semester in order to complete their degree on time. Students who are enrolled in less than 12 undergraduate credit hours are charged a per credit hour cost and those who are enrolled in more than 18 hours are charged a rate of the additional credit hour in addition to the established block rate.
Students may incur additional fees, such as the New Student Orientation fee and possible course fees, depending on individual course schedule and status.
For additional information, refer to the current RU course catalog or contact Student Financial Services at 800 West Avon Road, Rochester Hills, MI, 48307. Tel: (248) 218-2127. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Web: rochesteru.edu/admissions/
2022-2023 Annual Tuition
This includes 12-18 credit hours per semester.
Room & Board
This includes residence hall lodging and a meal plan of 19 meals per week.
Not applicable to commuter students.