making a top value even more affordable
as a catholic, marianist university, we are committed to transparency and affordability. why? we want you to have peace of mind when it comes to cost, so you are positioned for a successful future. because of the top education they receive, our graduates possess the skills, knowledge and values needed for success in the ever-changing world. and 95 percent of our students are employed, in graduate school or in a full-time service program within six months of graduation.
the university invests $164 million in our students each year through generous financial aid awards, and merit scholarships worth up to $98,000 (over four years) are available. more than 90 percent of our students receive financial assistance.
to help you plan ahead, our innovative four-year approach ensures the tuition you pay remains the same all four years, and there are no fees. a textbook scholarship and study abroad scholarship are also available.
students are considered for merit scholarships up to $98,000 upon admission.
visit campus and file the fafsa to receive up to $4,000 for your textbooks.
all students are eligible for a $3,000 study abroad scholarship.
“i have three siblings, so whatever college i chose had to make sense financially for me and my family. the university of dayton stood out because it allowed me to plan all four years of expenses without worrying about any surprise lab fees, tuition increases or other charges i wasn't expecting.”
net price calculator
as part of our commitment to transparency, this net price calculator will help you estimate the cost of your ud education while factoring in potential merit scholarships and grants, textbook scholarships and study abroad scholarships.
97% of students are employed, in grad school or in a full-time service program within six months of graduation.
at ud, there are no surcharges, fees or hidden expenses. at other universities, these can cost you up to $20,000 over four years.
eighty-five percent of ud students begin to repay their student loans within three years of graduating compared to 46% nationally.
facts & figures
percentage of undergraduate students who receive financial aid.