We understand students and families undertake a significant financial commitment and make real sacrifices to attend Saint Martin’s. That's why we work hard to provide the highest quality experience possible, both inside and outside the classroom.

What are the costs?

Begin your budgeting process by understanding the direct and indirect costs associated with attending Saint Martin's. In addition, you'll want to understand our billing processes, your obligations and the financial aid and scholarship options available.

2016-2017 rates

  • Undergraduate

    Fall and spring undergraduate full-time budget information (12-18 Credits/term)

     On campusOff campus
    Tuition$33,950$33,950
    Room
    (mid-level rate - varies by room type)
    $5,250$7,200
    Meals
    (mid-level rate - varies by meal plan)
    $5,450$1,900
    Activity fee$250$250
    Health Center fee$156$156
    Enrollment deposit$200$200
    Room damage deposit
    (refundable)
    $200$200
    Total$45,456$43,856
    Additional fees/indirect costs (vary from student to student)
    Books and supplies$1,000
    Misc./Personal$1,000
    Transportation$2,000
    Loan feesVaries
    Average net price

    The average net price includes tuition/fees, housing and meals for all full-time undergraduates once scholarships and grants are included.

    Total cost with average aid applied$20,765
  • International

    Please note that the estimated dollar amounts are for one academic year (two semesters) before scholarships. You are required to certify that you will have funds available* for the amounts listed. The estimated amounts below do not include transportation to and from the United States, and do not represent the total expenses of your program if longer than nine months.

     UndergraduateESL
    Tuition$33,950$9,960
    Room
    (mid-level rate - varies by room type)
    $5,250$5,250
    Meals
    (mid-level rate - varies by meal plan)
    $5,450$5,450
    Activity fee$250$250
    Health center fee$156$156
    Application feen/a$50
    Room damage deposit
    (refundable)
    $200$200
    Other fees$220$350
    Total$45,476

    $21,636

    Additional fees/indirect costs (vary from student to student)
    Health insurance$1,118 ESL
    Books and supplies$1,000
    Misc./Personal$1,000
    TransportationVaries

    *All international students must complete the International Student Declaration of Finances form.

  • Graduate
    Business and engineering programs

    MBA | MCE | MEM | MME

    Fall 2016 / Spring 2017
     CivilianMilitary*
    Application fee$50$50
    Tuition per credit$1150$455
    500 level courses per credit (business program only)$455$250
    Per credit hour program surcharge$60None

    MIT | MED

    Fall 2016 / Spring 2017
     Lacey campusJBLM and Centralia campuses
     CivilianMilitary*CivilianMilitary*
    Application fee$50$50$50$50
    Tuition per credit$1150$250$650$250
    Summer 2017
     Lacey campusJBLM and Centralia campuses
     CivilianMilitary*CivilianMilitary*
    Application fee$50$50$50$50
    Tuition per credit$715$250$650$250

    MAC

     Fall 2016 / Spring 2017Summer 2017
     CivilianMilitary*CivilianMilitary*
    Application fee$50$50$50$50
    Tuition per credit$1150$455$1150$455

    School administrator | School counselor (ESA)

    Fall 2016 / Spring 2017
     

    Civilian

    Military*
    Application fee$50$50
    Tuition per credit$1150$250
    Summer 2017
     

    Civilian

    Military*
    Application fee$50$50
    Tuition per credit$715$250

    STAR

    Fall 2016 / Spring 2017
     Certification ONLYWith MIT
     CivilianMilitary*CivilianMilitary*
    Application fee$50$50$50$50
    Tuition per credit$455$250$650$250
    Summer 2016
     Certification ONLYWith MIT
     CivilianMilitary*CivilianMilitary*
    Application fee$50$50$50$50
    Tuition per credit$455$250$650$250

    *Graduate military rate (all campuses): Uniformed service members only. This rate includes National Guard members and Reservists as long as they have been updated to active duty status in our student management system.
    Proof of military status is required prior to the start of each term/semester.

  • Continuing ed (extension campuses)
    Undergraduate, survey and certification program courses
    Fall 2016 / Spring 2017
    100-400 level course
     Military*Civilian**
    Online and hybrid per course registration feeNone$30
    Per credit hour professional fee surcharge
    (BA, ACC, ECN and CSC courses)
    None$60
    Tuition per credit$250$455
    Tuition per 3 semester hour course$750$1365
    MED | MIT | STAR
    Fall 2016 / Spring 2017
    100-600 level course
     Military*Civilian**
    Per credit hour technology fee
    (Centralia College, Everett CC, Clover Park, and STAR program classes)
    $4.25$4.25
    Tuition per credit$250$650
    Tuition per 3 semester hour course$750$1950
    MBA | MEM
    Fall 2016 / Spring 2017
    500 level course
     Military*Civilian**
    Per credit hour program surchargeNone$60
    Tuition† per credit$250$455
    Tuition per 3 semester hour course$455$1365
    600 level course
     Military*Civilian**
    Per credit hour program surchargeNone$60
    Tuition† per credit$455$1365
    Tuition per 3 semester hour course$1150$3450

    *Extended Learning undergraduate military rate: Includes service members (active duty, National Guard/Reservists) and their spouses, disabled veterans and their spouses (NOT Voc Rehab).
    Proof of military status is required prior to the start of each term.

    **Extended Learning civilian rate: Includes civilians, retirees, veterans, DOD members, and all others.

    Payment policy

    • All payment arrangements are due by the first night of class.
    • Students using financial aid must complete their financial aid paperwork in person prior to class start date. Financial aid/scholarship recipients may use the deferred payment plan after balance owed has been calculated using all available awards. Financial aid and scholarship students will be allowed to register only if they’ve made financial aid arrangements with the Saint Martin’s University financial aid office prior to each registration period.
    • Chapter 33 Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, VA benefits are not considered financial aid for purposes of calculating the balance due to the institution.
    • Students may pay registration costs by check, money order, or online using SelfService.
    • All students with accounts in good standing may choose a deferred payment plan. This plan requires a 40% down payment of the tuition balance at the time of registration. Students choosing this option will be required to sign a promissory note for the remaining balance. Payment of balance owed will be due in two equal installments, with dates established at time of registration.
    • Students using VA benefits are welcome to participate in the deferred payment plan under above stated conditions.

Rate, fee and option breakdowns

Details for each of the 2016-2017 rates above are based on on the following breakdowns.

  • Undergraduate tuition rates
     Per creditPer semesterFall-spring
    Full-time (undergrad 12-18)n/a$16,975$33,950
    Summer term$715n/an/a
    Less than 12 credits/Over 18 credits$1,150n/an/a
    Undergraduate computer science, engineering, nursing, and business related courses, additional professional program tuition surcharge (per semester credit)$60n/an/a
  • Graduate tuition rate
     Per creditPer semesterFall-spring
    Full-time (6/term)$1,150$6,900$13,800
    Summer term (MED)$715n/an/a
    Summer term (MAC)$1,150n/an/a
    Summer term (MBA, MEM, MCE, MME)$1,150n/an/a
    Graduate engineering and business related courses, additional professional program tuition surcharge (per credit)$60n/an/a
  • Additional fees
     Per semesterFall-spring
    Room damage deposit
    (included in $400 enrollment deposit for on campus residents)
     $200
    Residential program fee
    (On campus residents)
    $15$30
    Lab fee
    (sciences, engineering)
    $70 
    Lab fee
    (music lessons)
    $195 
    Late registration/validation fee$50 
    Graduation fee*$50 

    *Per the Office of the Registrar: "The graduation fee is nonrefundable and is charged each time a student applies for graduation."

  • Room rates
     Per semesterFall / Spring
    Baran Hall double room*$2,290$4,580
    Baran Hall single room*$2,580$5,160
    Spangler Hall suites double room*$2,625$5,250
    Spangler Hall suites single room*$2,860$5,720
    Spangler Hall super single*$3,170$6,340
    Spangler Hall apartments single$3,435$6,870
    Spangler Hall apartments studio$3,590$7,180
    Burton Hall apartments double$2,925$5,850
    Burton Hall apartments single$3,335$6,670
    Parsons Hall double*$2,625$5,250
    Parsons Hall single shared bath*$3,020$6,040
    Parsons Hall single private bath*$3,290$6,580
    Parsons Hall triple room$2,270$4,540

    *Traditional meal plan required.

  • Meal plan options
     Per semesterFall / Spring
    Gold plan$2,880$5,760
    Silver plan$2,725$5,450
    Bronze plan$2,575$5,150
    Commuter plan$950$1,900

    For more information regarding meal plans visit Bonappetit.