Tuition and fees

This page contains tuition and fees information for different student types, academic programs, and terms/semesters. Saint Martin's University uses the budget information below to determine aid awards for eligible students.

Begin your budgeting process by understanding the direct and indirect costs associated with attending Saint Martin's. Direct costs are charges assessed to your student bill, while indirect costs are charges you may need to consider in your annual budget, but are not billed by the school. In addition, you'll want to understand our billing processesyour obligations and the financial aid and scholarship options available.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to our staff at the Student Financial Services Center.


Affording a Private Education

 

FAFSA and financial aid:

The U.S. Department of Education provides over $150 billion in grants, loans and work-study funds for domestic undergraduate and graduate students. The first step is completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Saint Martin's University FAFSA Code: 003794

Find Your Tuition & Fees

Two semesters
Tuition
Two semesters
$9,960
Room (mid-level rate)
Two semesters
$6,220
Meals (mid-level rate)
Two semesters
$7,170
Activity fee
Two semesters
$280
Health/Wellness & Safety fee
Two semesters
$280
Application fee
Two semesters
$60
Enrollment deposit
Two semesters
n/a
Room damage deposit (refundable)
Two semesters
$200
Total
Two semesters
$24,170
Additional fees/indirect costs (varies)

Health insurance: $1,758
Books and supplies: $1,000
Misc./Personal: $1,000
Transportation: Varies

Two semesters
Tuition
Two semesters
$41,660
Room (mid-level rate)
Two semesters
$6,220
Meals (mid-level rate)
Two semesters
$7,170
Two semesters
$356.25
Activity fee
Two semesters
$280
Health/Wellness & Safety fee
Two semesters
$280
Application fee
Two semesters
n/a
Enrollment deposit
Two semesters
$200
Room damage deposit (refundable)
Two semesters
$200
Total
Two semesters
$56,366.25
Additional fees/indirect costs (varies)

Health insurance: $1,758
Other books and supplies: $1,000
Misc./Personal: $1,000
Transportation: Varies
 

Per semester
Fall/Spring
Gold plan
Per semester
$3,810
Fall/Spring
$7,620
Silver plan
Per semester
$3,555
Fall/Spring
$7,170
Bronze plan
Per semester
$3,420
Fall/Spring
$6,840
Commuter plan
Per semester
$1,265
Fall/Spring
$2,530
Varies
Per semester
-
Fall/Spring
-
Per semester
Fall/Spring
Baran Hall double room*
Per semester
$2,680
Fall/Spring
$5,360
Baran Hall single room*
Per semester
$3,065
Fall/Spring
$6,130
Baran Hall triple*
Per semester
$2,225
Fall/Spring
$4,450
Spangler Hall suites double room*
Per semester
$3,140
Fall/Spring
$6,280
Spangler Hall suites single room*
Per semester
$3,585
Fall/Spring
$7,170
Spangler Hall apartments single
Per semester
$4,170
Fall/Spring
$8,340
Burton Hall apartments double
Per semester
$3,555
Fall/Spring
$7,110
Burton Hall apartments single
Per semester
$4,000
Fall/Spring
$8,000
Parsons Hall triple*
Per semester
$2,650
Fall/Spring
$5,300
Parsons Hall double*
Per semester
$3,110
Fall/Spring
$6,220
Parsons Hall single shared bath*
Per semester
$3,555
Fall/Spring
$7,110
Parsons Hall single private bath*
Per semester
$3,915
Fall/Spring
$7,830
Parsons Hall double suite
Per semester
$2,920
Fall/Spring
$5,840
-
Per semester
-
Fall/Spring
-
Military
Civilian
Online and hybrid per course registration fee
Military
None
Civilian
$30
Per credit hour professional fee surcharge (BA, ACC, ECN and CSC courses)
Military
None
Civilian
$80
Tuition per credit
Military
$250
Civilian
$640
Tuition per 3 semester hour course
Military
$750
Civilian
$1,920
Military
$23.75
Civilian
$23.75
Payment policy 
Military
-
Civilian
-

All payments and/or arrangements are due one week (5 business days) prior to the start of the term or no later than the first day of the term if registration occurs later. 

Financial aid recipients must have all required aid documents submitted to Student Financial Services prior to the start of the term. 

Payment plans are available for students with accounts in good standing. 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. 

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 or money order in person or by credit/debit card or electronic check online through their Self Service account. 

Students using VA benefits are welcome to participate in the deferred payment plan under above stated conditions. 

Military and military-affiliated

Veterans assistance

 

On campus
Off campus
Tuition
On campus
$20,830
Off campus
$20,830
Room (mid-level rate)
On campus
$6,220
Off campus
$8,348
Activity fee
On campus
$280
Off campus
$280
Health/Wellness & Safety fee
On campus
$280
Off campus
$280
On campus
$356.25
Off campus
$356.25
Enrollment deposit
On campus
$200
Off campus
$200
Room damage deposit (refundable)
On campus
$200
Off campus
n/a
Total projected costs
On campus
$56,366.25
Off campus
$53,554.25
Disclaimer

This is just an estimate.

Civilian
Military
Civilian
$1320
Military
$500
Civilian
$23.75
Military
$23.75
Civilian
$100
Military
$100
Total projected tuition
Civilian
$79,200
Military
$30,000

The above reflects the total projected tuition for the three-year MAC program. Credit cost can fluctuate each year. Students may also be eligible for financial aid to reduce total cost.

Civilian
Military
Civilian
$1,254
Military
$500
500 level courses per credit
Civilian
$500
Military
$250
Per credit hour program surcharge
Civilian
$80
Military
None
Civilian
$23.75
Military
$23.75
Civilian
$100
Military
$100
Total projected tuition
Civilian
-
Military
-

This is just an estimate.

Civilian
Military*
Civilian
$1,254
Military*
$500
Civilian
$23.75
Military*
$23.75
Civilian
$100
Military*
$100
Total projected tuition
Civilian
-
Military*
-
Disclaimer

This is just an estimate.

Civilian
Military
Civilian
$1188
Military
TBD
Civilian
$23.75
Military
$23.75
Civilian
$100
Military
$100
Total projected tuition
Civilian
$42,768

The above reflects the total projected tuition for 36 semester hours to complete the MED-HESA program. Credit cost can fluctuate each year. Students may transfer nine semester hours of graduate work to reduce total number semester hours needed. Students may also be eligible for financial aid to reduce total cost.

Questions? We're here to help!

Student Financial Services Center

Endorsing the Catholic Benedictine values of faith, reason, service, and community, the Student Financial Services Center supports the mission of Saint Martin's University to empower students in their pursuit of learning and honors their sacredness as individuals as well as their families and our community in an efficient and caring professional manner.

Office of Admissions

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Office of Graduate Admissions

The Office of Graduate Admissions can assist you as you consider taking that next step in your educational journey. Saint Martin's University offers master's programs in accounting, business, computer science, counseling, education, and several engineering fields as well as a doctorate program in leadership. We also offer post-baccalaureate certificate programs to advance your career. Our counselors will guide you through the application process, find the resources and information you need, and make sure you feel at home on campus.

Saint Martin's-JBLM

The Saint Martin's University-Joint Base Lewis-McChord Campus is committed to providing life-long learning opportunities to busy adults in our local communities. Currently we serve a community of non-traditional students on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, with offices at JBLM-Main's Stone Education Center and McChord Field's Education Center.