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Financial AidTuition & Costs

2018–2019 Costs

Residential Student
Fall
Spring
Total
Tuition
$14,497
$14,497
$28,994
Room $2,282 $2,282 $4,564
Board $1,803 $1,803 $3,606
Technology Fee
$125
$125
$250
TOTAL Direct Costs
$18,707
$18,707
$37,414
Commuter
Fall
Spring
Total
Tuition
$14,497
$14497
$28,994
Technology Fee
$125
$125
$250
TOTAL Direct Costs
$14,622
$14,622
$29,244
Residential Student
Fall
Spring
Total
Books/Supplies
$700
$700
$1,400
Personal & Miscellaneous
$1,450
$1,450
$2,900
Transportation
$500
$500
$1,000
Loan Fee
$27
$27
$54
TOTAL Indirect Costs
$2,677
$2,677
$5,354
 
Commuter Living w/o Parent
Fall
Spring
Total
Room/Board
$2,250
$2,250
$4,500
Books/Supplies
$700
$700
$1,400
Personal & Miscellaneous
$1,450
$1,450
$2,900
Transportation
$850
$850
$1,700
Loan Fee $27 $27 $54
TOTAL Indirect Costs
$5,277
$5,277
$10,554
 
Commuter Living w/ Parent
Fall
Spring
Total
Books/Supplies
$700
$700
$1,400
Personal & Miscellaneous
$1,450
$1,450
$2,900
Transportation
$850
$850
$1,700
Loan Fee $27 $27 $54
TOTAL Indirect Costs
$3,027
$3,027
$6,054
 
Indirect costs are estimated costs incurred by the student while attending Mount Vernon Nazarene University. These costs are estimated based on data collected from the area surrounding MVNU.
Independent Commuter
6–8 Credit Hours
9–11 Credit Hours
Tuition
$5,411
$7,730
Technology Fee
$50
$70
Room/Board
$2,075
$2,075
Books/Supplies
$350
$525
Personal/Miscellaneous $1,000 $1,000
Transportation
$850
$850
Loan Fee $54 $54
TOTAL $9,790 $12,304

The charge for tuition allows students to carry 12 to 18 hours each semester. A tuition overload fee of $803 is charged for each credit hour over 18 in fall or spring. Students enrolled in less than 12 hours in fall or spring pay part-time tuition of $803 per credit hour. Summer school tuition is offered at a reduced rate. A non-refundable $100 deposit is required to register for summer courses.

Senior citizens may enroll in traditional undergraduate courses tuition free on a space-available basis. Senior citizens must pay the technology fee and course fees. See the Admissions Office for details. Senior citizens cannot enroll in the adult-degree completion or graduate programs for free.

Unmarried students not living with parents or guardians must room and board on campus. Exceptions to this requirement are made for students who are 23 or older by August 31. The annual housing charge is $4,388 for double occupancy. If single occupancy is requested (and available), the charge is $6,846. Laundry facilities are provided for residential students at no additional charge. Students who live on campus are required to purchase the university's meal plan. Students are not permitted to occupy rooms during summer and other vacation periods without permission from the Director of Residence Life and the Student Accounts Office. When such permission is granted, a charge is assessed and must be pre-paid.

The fee is $3,606 for a continuous service meal plan. A la carte meal rates are higher and are published in the Dining Commons.

The Technology Fee allows for Wi-Fi expansion, computer lab upgrades, and campus bandwidth increase.

  • Application fee $25
  • Auditing (per course) $100
  • Course fees (e.g., laboratory, student teaching, travel, etc.) are listed in the online Undergraduate Course Schedule.
  • Credit by examination recording fee (per credit hour) $30
  • Directed study fee $50 (per credit hour, in addition to tuition)
  • Housing deposit $150
  • ID card replacement $10
  • Independent Study Fee $50 (per credit hour, in addition to tuition)
  • Late confirmation fee $50
  • Late enrollment fee $100
  • Returned check fee $30
  • Room key replacement $20
  • Tuition deposit $100

Fast Facts

average award per undergraduate student.

Best Colleges for Getting Big Merit Scholarships  (Money Magazine).

for lowest average student debt in Ohio by LendEdu.com. (2018)

MVNU is ranked in the top 5% for Best Value by CollegeFactual.com.

For More Info

Financial Aid Office
866-686-8243