Tuition and Fees

100% of Maryville College undergraduate students receive financial aid in the form of scholarships, grants, awards or need-based assistance, making the cost competitive with public institutions. At Maryville College, for over 200 years, we have historically awarded generous scholarship and financial aid packages. Every admitted student is eligible for the Scots Legacy Award valued at $20,000 to become part of our residential community. And that’s just the beginning of our financial scholarships! Our on-campus scholarships range from $20,000 to full-tuition! Become a Scot and join the Legacy that is Maryville College! For more detailed information for first-year students, as well as transfer students, please visit the Financial Aid section overview.

Maryville College Direct Costs 2024-2025

Single Semester
Fall & Spring Semester
Tuition (Full-Time)$19,185$38,370
Activity Fee$238$476
Orientation Fee (one time)$300$300
Service Fee$219$438
Room (Basic rate – See all rates)$3,196$6,392
Meals (Gold – See all plans)$3,434$6,868
TOTAL$26,572$52,844
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100%

of our students receive financial aid.

Other Costs

An Enrollment Deposit of $300 is required of all new students intending to enroll at Maryville College. Your enrollment deposit is applied towards your overall costs.

Student Activity Fees are expended for purposes to benefit the student body in general – includes, but not limited to, student publications, athletic and other events, intramural activities, student wellness facilities, as well as support for officially recognized student organizations. A large portion of this fee is given to the student government association to support student selected activities.

Service Fees are expended to support a variety of non-instructional student services, such as the Academic Success Center, library resources, campus technology, student health, counseling and mental health services, and others.

Student parking is $100.00 per year.

 

Program Specific Fees

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  Music Fees per credit for Music Majors$200$200$280$360
  Music Fees per credit for Non-Majors$280$280$555n/a
  Student Teaching Fee$120 / semester
  Reading Fee$60 / credit hour
  Science Lab Fee$55 / lab course

 

Indirect Costs (Estimate)

Books and Supplies$1,240.00
Transportation$1,233.00
Personal Expenses$1,580.00
TOTAL$4,053.00

 

NOTES

  • The College does not manage a student health insurance plan but encourages all students to be protected by a health insurance plan. If you are not covered by a family plan, you may visit healthcare.gov for details concerning an available policy.
  • The Cost of Attendance (COA) is an estimate of educational expenses for the academic year. COA includes tuition and fees, books and supplies, estimated food & housing, loan fees, transportation and miscellaneous (or personal) expenses. Your financial need is determined based on your cost of attendance minus your Student Aid Index (SAI).
  • Scholarships and Need-Based Financial Aid are available to offset TOTAL COSTS but cannot exceed your cost of attendance.
  • Credit Hour Rate: $990 per hour for less than 12 or more than 18 credit hours per semester.
  • Some students may have loan fees of $80 / year.
  • Books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses are only elements of COA and are NOT direct costs therefore they do not appear on any billing.
  • May and Summer term costs are not included

Tuition and Fees Schedule – 2024-20245

Master of Arts in Teaching Secondary STEM

A one-year/3 semesters/36 credit hours graduate program in Education

Tuition / Fees Total for M.A.T. Program
Tuition per credit hour$400$14,400
Application Fee$50$50
Comprehensive Fee (per semester)$270$810
Parking Fee (per year)$50$50
Student Teaching Fee (fall and spring, per semester)$120$240
EDU 502 Education Technology course fee$100$100
Enrollment Deposit (non-refundable, credited to tuition balance)$300$300
Required Fees Total$1,250
GRAND TOTAL TUITION and FEES$15,650