Cost of Attendance Calculators and Estimators for Marylhurst
We know that deciding to attend college is one of the most important investment decisions you will ever make. We also know that finding a way to pay for college can be a challenge, so we are committed to working with you to help make your education affordable.
Estimated Education Expenses
Financial aid can be used to assist you with education expenses beyond tuition and fees. All schools are required to use a “standard” budget of estimated expenses when determining federal financial aid eligibility. The Office of Financial Aid reviews these estimated expenses annually.
||$55 per course credit
|Room & Board *
||$4,000 per term
||$650 per term
||$500 per term
On a case-by-case basis we can add documented day care/child care expenses to a student’s budget.
* Estimated area housing costs. Marylhurst is a commuter university; student housing is not available on campus.
Net Price Calculator – Undergraduate Programs
If you have received an official award letter from the Marylhurst Office of Financial Aid, you can use the Cost-of-Attendance calculator to determine whether your financial aid will cover your full cost of attending the university. Please use the information included in your award letter to calculate your total cost of attendance.
Cost of Attendance Calculator (for Admitted Students)
If you are a full-time undergraduate student, you can use our online net price calculator to determine how much financial aid you may be eligible to receive. Please know this tool is for estimating purposes only. All financial aid is subject to the information you provide on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, eligibility requirements, deadlines and availability of funds. The estimate you receive from the net price calculator will be a guide to your actual costs, but is not final or binding, and it may change.
The calculator estimates scholarships and grants you may qualify for, but does not provide information about your eligibility for student loans. All students enrolled at least half time in a degree program may qualify for federal student loans.