Undergraduate Tuition And Fees at Maryville University
Undergraduate Tuition and Fee Information for 2023-2024
Maryville University accepts cash, personal checks, money orders, cashier’s checks, MasterCard, VISA, Discover, American Express and pinless debit for undergraduate tuition and fee payments. Maryville University also accepts most Employer Tuition Assistance programs and works with students to award federal, state, private and institutional financial aid.
For more information on financial aid, contact the Solution Squad at 314-529-9360.
For more information on payment options and deadlines, contact the Solution Squad at 314-529-9360.
The undergraduate tuition and fees reflect the 2023-2024 rates as established by the Maryville University Board of Trustees, effective Summer 2023:
Academic Year Budget
|Academic Year Budget|
|Room Only||$7,800/academic year contract (Mouton Hall
double room, per person)*
|Meal Plan||$2,800 (minimum Plan C –
Mouton Hall, per person)
*Other room and board options will vary.
Tuition: Fall & Spring Semesters
|Tuition: Fall & Spring Semesters|
|Full-Time Rate (12-18 credits)||$12,383/semester|
|Part-Time Rate (1-11 credits)||$781/credit hour|
|Overload Charge (More than 18 credits)||$781/credit hour|
Tuition: Summer Semester
|Tuition: Summer Semester|
|Full-Time Rate (13-18 credits)||$12,383/semester|
|Part-Time Rate (1-12 credits)||$622/credit hour|
|Overload Charge (More than 18 credits)||$622/credit hour|
To streamline student charges, create cost savings, and ensure students there are no hidden fees, Maryville University offers a ONE FEE, a comprehensive program that covers costs for the following student services and resources: digital course materials and textbooks; lab materials; orientation; transcripts; technology, including more than 60 apps in the Maryville Cloud; health and wellness; fitness facilities; student activity; and graduation. ONE FEE is included in the student account and may be paid as part of the semester bill with payment, deferred payment plan or from any eligible financial aid.
|Part-Time Rate (3-11 credits)||$450/semester|
|Full-Time Rate (12+ credits)||$1,200/semester|
Student Housing (Room Only: See Meal Plan Prices Below)
Cookie and T.R. Potter Hall
|Cookie and T.R. Potter Hall|
|Double Occupancy||$8,900/academic year contract|
|Triple Occupancy (Suite)||$10,000/academic year contract|
|Double Occupancy||$7,800/academic year contract|
|Quadruple Occupancy (4 person suite)||$10,500/academic year contract|
|Double Occupancy||$11,000/academic year contract|
Unit (Per Person)
|$11,000/academic year contract|
Unit (Per Person)
|$11,500/academic year contract|
|$294/week on a weekly basis|
|$328/week on a weekly basis|
All residential students are required to have a meal plan. Below are meal plan options and information on minimum meal plan requirements.
- All residential students must have a meal plan.
- Resident Hall students may choose from Plan C, Plan B, or Plan A. Plan C is the minimum required meal plan for Resident Hall students.
- Apartment students may choose from any of the meal plans. Plan E is the minimum required meal plan for Apartment students.
- Unused meal plan funds from the Fall semester will be available for use until the end of the Spring semester. Meal plan funds must be used by the end of the Spring semester as these funds will not roll forward to a future semester.
|Meal Plan||Year Cost||Semester Cost|