The 2024-2025 tuition and fee rates are in effect from Aug. 1, 2024, until July 31, 2025.

Tuition

Undergraduate Tuition (full-time, 12-18 credit hours)$18,099 per semester
Combined Five-year program (undergraduate/graduate, 12-18 credit hours)$18,099 per semester
Undergraduate Tuition (1-11 credit hours, >18 hours)$1,119 per credit hour
Undergraduate Wintermester Tuition (1 – 2 credit hour courses)$1,119 per credit hour
Undergraduate Wintermester Tuition (3 credit hour course)$2,238
Undergraduate Wintermester Tuition (4 credit hour course)$3, 357
Undergraduate Summer Tuition$1,119 per credit hour
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Programs (Fixed Rate)*
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate for Teaching in Catholic Schools (includes tuition and required fees)$6,000
*Fixed rate includes tuition and required fees.
Undergraduate Tuition Rates
Graduate Programs
Graduate Tuition$1,132 per credit hour
Graduate Ph.D. Tuition$1,132 per credit hour
Graduate Certificate Programs (Fixed Rate)*
Certificate in Business Intelligence (includes tuition, required fees and program supplies)$10,000*
Dual Credit Teaching in English Literature and Language (includes tuition, required fees and program supplies)$12,000*
Dual Credit Teaching in Psychology (includes tuition, required fees and program supplies)**$12,000*
Dual Credit Teaching in United States History (includes tuition, required fees and program supplies)$12,000*
*Fixed rate includes tuition, required fees, and program supplies
Graduate and Ph.D. Tuition Rates

General Fees

Undergraduate General Fees

Academic Assessment Fee*$48 per semester
Student Services Fee** > 11 hours$435 per semester
Student Services Fee** < 12 hours$225 per semester
Summer Student Services Fee** > 11 hours$219
Summer Student Services Fee** < 12 hours$108
Study Abroad Grant Fund Fee*** full-time, > 11 hours$12 per semester
Information Services Fee****> 11 hours$123 per semester
Information Services Fee**** < 12 hours$60 per semester
Summer Information Services Fee****> 11 hours$60
Summer Information Services Fee**** < 12 hours$31

*Academic Assessment Fee is for standardized tests and survey instruments, individual student assessment in the academic major, and assessment instruments used for academic and career advising.

**Student Services Fee partially supports a wide variety of professional services and organizations available to all St. Mary’s students. These include the Student Health Center, Student Psychological and Testing Services, Career Services, the Dean of Students and Student Life, Campus Recreation and the following student organizations: Student Government Association, Student Bar Association, The Rattler student newspaper, and the University Programming Council. Students receive free admission to athletic events (other than conference playoffs) and most concerts, lectures and drama productions. This fee is charged to undergraduate, graduate, law and Ph.D. students at the rates indicated above. The fee applies to all students regardless of instructional method (on campus or off campus).

***Study Abroad Grant Fee is used to provide financial support for undergraduate students seeking to participate in a variety of study abroad experiences to include semester programs, international immersion programs, and international business, government, and non-government organization internships.

****The Information Services Fee supports a wide variety of services provided to all St. Mary’s students. These services include but are not limited to bandwidth, wifi, infrastructure upgrades, student printing, information security systems, library databases, research journals, Canvas system components and classroom technology upgrades. The fee applies to all students regardless of instructional method (on campus or off campus). Full details can be found on Gateway.

Administrative Fees
Bookstore Accounts
Bookstore Account Charge > 11 credit hours$650 per semester
Bookstore Account Charge < 12 credit hours$300 per semester

Bookstore waivers can be requested through the Business Office. Note: We reserve the right to close a bookstore account at any time due to nonpayment and/or lack of financial arrangements with the Business Office.

Bookstore Fees
Domestic student (per semester)TBD
International student (per semester)TBD
Domestic student (Summer) (May 20 – Aug 1)TBD
Domestic student (Summer II only)TBD
International student (Summer) (May 20 – Aug 1)TBD
International student (Summer II only)TBD

*Rates are tentative and subject to change. For additional information on the St. Mary’s University student health insurance benefit plan enrollment or waiver processes, please visit https://stmarytx.myahpcare.com/.

Health Insurance Fees
Residence Hall Rates Per Semester – 2024-2025
Residence HallBath StyleSingleDouble
ChaminadeSuite$4,260
CremerPrivate$3,788
DoughertySuite$3,788
FoundersSuite/Private$4,073
LeiesPrivate$3,788
LourdesPrivate$3,788
MarianSuite$3,788
PérigueuxSuite$4,528
TreadawayCommon$3,166
Summer Housing Per Session (Périgueux and Chaminade)$670
Maymester (All Halls)$283

Visit the Living on Campus section for more information about housing options.

Housing Fees

Undergraduate residential students are required to select and purchase a meal plan as a part of their Housing Application. Residential students may choose between the Rattler 5 and the Rattler 7 meal plan options.

Residential Student Meal Plan Options – 2024-2025
Meal PlanCost per semester (includes tax)
Rattler 5$2,247
Rattler 7$2,562

Graduate, law and commuter students may choose to enroll in a plan, but it is optional. For more information on St. Mary’s Dining Services and descriptions of meal plans visit the Campus Dish.

Commuter Student Meal Plan Options – 2024-2025
Meal PlanCost per semester (includes tax)
Value Meal Plan 55$599
Value Meal Plan 30$437
Dining Dollar Plan (508 points)$550
Summer Student Meal Plan — 2024-2025
PlanCost per day (27 days) per session (includes tax)
Dining Dollars Summer Meal Plan (563 points) (optional)$646
Meal Plan Fees
Parking Permits
New permits issued in fall semester (effective August 2024 to August 2025)$135
New permits issued in spring semester (effective January 2024 to August 2025)$90
New permits issued in summer term (effective May 2024 to August 2025)$45

Note: Parking Permit charges will be assessed during the term in which students receive the permit.

Parking Fees
Late Registration Fee (billed after 6th class day)$150 per semester
ID Card Fee (new ID and replacement ID)$10
Employer Deferral Late Payment Fee$200 per semester
Returned Check Fee$50 per occurrence
Stop Payment Fee$50 per occurrence
New Student Orientation (Undergraduate: New and Transfer) Fee$250 (first semester only)
Installment Plan Late Payment Fee$50 per month
Official Transcript Fee$10
Unofficial Transcript Available via Gateway Fee$0
Maintaining Matriculation Fee (Plus **Student Services Fee and ****Information Services Fee)$25
Other Fees

Graduate and Ph.D. General Fees

Academic Assessment Fee*$48 per semester
Student Services Fee** > 11 hours$435 per semester
Student Services Fee** < 12 hours$225 per semester
Summer Student Services Fee** > 11 hours$219
Summer Student Services Fee** < 12 hours$108
Study Abroad Grant Fund Fee*** full-time, > 11 hours$12 per semester
Information Services Fee****> 11 hours$123 per semester
Information Services Fee**** < 12 hours$60 per semester
Summer Information Services Fee****> 11 hours$60
Summer Information Services Fee**** < 12 hours$31

*Academic Assessment Fee is for standardized tests and survey instruments, individual student assessment in the academic major, and assessment instruments used for academic and career advising.

**Student Services Fee partially supports a wide variety of professional services and organizations available to all St. Mary’s students. These include the Student Health Center, Student Psychological and Testing Services, Career Services, the Dean of Students and Student Life, Campus Recreation and the following student organizations: Student Government Association, Student Bar Association, The Rattler student newspaper, and the University Programming Council. Students receive free admission to athletic events (other than conference playoffs) and most concerts, lectures and drama productions. This fee is charged to undergraduate, graduate, law and Ph.D. students at the rates indicated above. The fee applies to all students regardless of instructional method (on campus or off campus).

***Study Abroad Grant Fee is used to provide financial support for undergraduate students seeking to participate in a variety of study abroad experiences to include semester programs, international immersion programs, and international business, government, and non-government organization internships.

****The Information Services Fee supports a wide variety of services provided to all St. Mary’s students. These services include but are not limited to bandwidth, wifi, infrastructure upgrades, student printing, information security systems, library databases, research journals, Canvas system components and classroom technology upgrades. The fee applies to all students regardless of instructional method (on campus or off campus). Full details can be found on Gateway.

Administrative Fees
Domestic student (per semester)TBD
International student (per semester)TBD
Domestic student (Summer) (May 20 – Aug 1)TBD
Domestic student (Summer II only)TBD
International student (Summer) (May 20 – Aug 1)TBD
International student (Summer II only)TBD

*Rates are tentative and subject to change. For additional information on the St. Mary’s University student health insurance benefit plan enrollment or waiver processes, please visit https://stmarytx.myahpcare.com/.

Health Insurance Fees
Residence Hall Rates Per Semester – 2024-2025
Residence HallBath StyleSingleDouble
ChaminadeSuite$4,260
CremerPrivate$3,788
DoughertySuite$3,788
FoundersSuite/Private$4,073
LeiesPrivate$3,788
LourdesPrivate$3,788
MarianSuite$3,788
PérigueuxSuite$4,528
TreadawayCommon$3,166
Summer Housing Per Session (Périgueux and Chaminade)$670
Maymester (All Halls)$283

Visit the Living on Campus section for more information about housing options.

Housing Fees

Undergraduate residential students are required to select and purchase a meal plan as a part of their Housing Application. Residential students may choose between the Rattler 5 and the Rattler 7 meal plan options.

Residential Student Meal Plan Options — 2024-2025
Meal PlanCost per semester (includes tax)
Rattler 5$2,247
Rattler 7$2,562

Graduate, law and commuter students may choose to enroll in a plan, but it is optional. For more information on St. Mary’s Dining Services and descriptions of meal plans visit the Campus Dish.

Commuter Student Meal Plan Options — 2024-2025
Meal PlanCost per semester (includes tax)
Value Meal Plan 55$599
Meal Plan Version 3$437
Dining Dollar Plan (508 points)$550
Summer Student Meal Plan — 2024-2025
PlanCost per day (27 days) per session (includes tax)
Dining Dollars Summer Meal Plan (563 points) (optional)$646
Meal Plan Fees
Parking Permits
New permits issued in fall semester (effective August 2024 to August 2025)$135
New permits issued in spring semester (effective January 2024 to August 2025)$90
New permits issued in summer term (effective May 2024 to August 2025)$45

Note: Parking Permit charges will be assessed during the term in which students receive the permit.

Parking Fees
Late Registration Fee (billed after 6th class day)$150 per semester
ID Card Fee (new ID and replacement ID)$10
Employer Deferral Late Payment Fee$200 per semester
Returned Check Fee$50 per occurrence
Stop Payment Fee$50 per occurrence
Installment Plan Late Payment Fee$50 per month
Official Transcript Fee$10
Unofficial Transcript Available via Gateway Fee$0
Maintaining Matriculation Fee (Plus **Student Services Fee and ****Information Services Fee)$25
Other Fees

Course Fees

Undergraduate Course Fees

CourseFee
AE 3381$20
AE 3385$30
Assessment and Evaluation
Course(s)Fee
AR 1300, AR 1302, AR 2361, AR 2362, AR 3341, AR 3381, AR 4191, AR 4291, AR 4391, AR 4691, AR 3391, AR 3392, AR 1301, AR 2301, AR 1311, AR 1312, AR 3331, AR 3351, AR 2321, AR 4322$20
Art
CourseFee
BA 7332, BA 7333$1,750
Business Administration
CourseFee
BIO 3410, BIO 3411, BIO 4411, BIO 4412$150
Bioinformatics
Course(s)Fee
BL 3330$60
BL 1301, BL 1302$75
BL 1401, BL 1402, BL 2233, BL 3400, BL 3420, BL 3422, BL 3424, BL 3430, BL 3432, BL 3434, BL 3436, BL 3440, BL 3442, BL 3444, BL 3450, BL 3461, BL 3464, BL 3472, BL 3481, BL 3484, BL 3490, BL 3492, BL 3495, BL 4411, BL 4440, BL 4451, BL 4452, BL 4472, BL 4481, BL 4495, BL 4497$150
Waste Disposal Fee (Biology, Chemistry and Engineering students)*$25
*The waste disposal fee applies to students in the Biology, Chemistry and Engineering departments. The fee helps offset costs associated with the proper storage of chemical and biological agents, waste handling, and waste disposal. This is necessary to protect our air and water quality; assure the safety of our students, faculty and staff members; and maintain compliance with applicable safety standards.
Biological Sciences
Course(s)Fee
CH 1401, CH 1402$55
CM 1404, CM 2411, CM 2412, CM 3411, CM 3412, CM 3423, CM 3424, CM 3433, CM 3434, CM 3450, CM 4400, CM 4440, CM 4451, CM 4452$75
CM 1311, CM 3322, CM 3323, CM 3360 and CM 4300$50
CM 4360, CM 4362, CM 4363, CM 4366, CM 4380$50
Waste Disposal Fee (Biology, Chemistry and Engineering students)*$25
*The waste disposal fee applies to students in the Biology, Chemistry and Engineering departments. The fee helps offset costs associated with the proper storage of chemical and biological agents, waste handling, and waste disposal. This is necessary to protect our air and water quality; assure the safety of our students, faculty and staff members; and maintain compliance with applicable safety standards.
Chemistry
CourseFee
CJ 3330, CR 3330$20
Criminal Justice
Course(s)Fee
CM 1311, CM 3322, CM 3323, CM 3360 and CM 4300$50
CM 4360, CM 4362, CM 4363, CM 4366, CM 4380$50
Communication Studies
CourseFee
CR 3338$75
Criminology
Course(s)Fee
DM 1311$7
DM 3161, DM 3331, DM 3381, DM 4191, DM 4362$12
DM 1302, DM 2352$20
Drama
Course(s)Fee
ED 3345, ED 4351$12
ED 3321, ED 3341, ED 3350, ED 3361, ED 3362$25
ED 4639, ED 4689$55
Education
CourseFee
ES 1100$50
ES 3300, ES 3330$60
ES 2325, ES 2330, ES 3360, ES 3335, ES 3340, ES 3365$50
ES 3325$50
ES 4400$35
Earth/Environmental Science
CourseFee
FSC 3401, FSC 3442, FSC 3450, FSC 4410, FSC 4420$150
Forensic Science
CourseFee
HU 3000$625
Humanities/LSAT
Languages
Course(s)Fee
Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish$30
Spanish Upper Division Courses$30
Languages
CourseFee
Music 1301 (Classical Guitar, Piano)$100
Music (private lessons)$1,119
Music
CourseFee
PO 3378$200
Political Science
CourseFee
PS 3381$20
PS 3383$30
PS 3385$30
PS 6321, PS 6322, PS 7331, PS 7332$15
PS 6381$30
PS 6383$18
PS 7391, PS 7392$35
Psychology
CourseFee
Physics 1401, 1402, 1404, 2404, 3101, 3102$45
Physics 3113, 3114$20
Physics
CourseFee
Sociology 4383W$20
Sociology 3381$30
Sociology
CourseFee
ST 3330$150
ST 4330$150
Science Technology
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