Undergraduate Admissions

Financing your Education

Net Price Calculator

The Net Price Calculator helps students and families get an estimate of what it may cost to attend St. Cloud State University. The estimate assumes you are a degree-seeking, undergraduate student enrolled full-time (12 or more credits) in fall and spring semesters. Information you enter is not retained, transmitted, or used by St. Cloud State University or any third party.

Net Price Calculator

Our competitive tuition, priced significantly lower than comparable private institutions and public universities, is a key part of your smart investment in a global education.

The estimated costs for tuition, fees, room, board, books and supplies will total $15,950 for most students enrolled for the 2013-2014 academic year. Keep in mind:

  • Costs are based on 15 credits per semester and a Husky Anytime unlimited food contract.
  • Two academic semesters plus optional summer sessions constitute the academic year.
  • Personal and travel expenses can vary, but should be considered.
  • Cost increases should be expected for each academic year.
  • The following are estimates and are subject to change.

Tuition Details

Minnesota Resident 

 

SEMESTER

ACADEMIC YEAR

Tuition and fees

$3,757

$7,514

Residence and food contract

$3,618

$7,236

Books and supplies

$600

$1,200

Total: 

$7,975

$15,950


Non-Minnesota Resident 

 

SEMESTER

ACADEMIC YEAR

Tuition and fees

$7,578

$15,156

Residence and food contract

$3,618

$7,236

Books and supplies

$600

$1,200

Total: 

$11,796

$23,592


Reciprocity Resident (WI, ND, SD)

 

SEMESTER

ACADEMIC YEAR

Tuition and fees

$3,757

$7,514

Residence and food contract

$3,618

$7,236

Books and supplies

$600

$1,200

Total: 

$7,975

$15,950


Midwest Student Exchange
(IL, IN, KS, MI, MO, NE)

 

SEMESTER

ACADEMIC YEAR

Tuition and fees

$5,403

$10,806

Residence and food contract

$3,618

$7,236

Books and supplies

$600

$1,200

Total: 

$9,621

$19,242


Did you know?

  • About 76 percent of our students receive some form of financial aid annually.
  • Each year, we offer more than $122 million in need-based aid through scholarships, grants, loans and student work opportunities.
  • Students from all income levels qualify for some type of financial aid.
  • Some programs require students to show financial need; others do not.
  • Financial need is determined using a federal formula when you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
  • St. Cloud State has reciprocity agreements with other states, enabling students from some states to attend St. Cloud State at comparable in-state tuition.
  • Use the Internet to take your scholarship search even further by visiting web sites such as www.finaid.org, www.nextstudentloans.com/sse1 and www.fastweb.com.
  • To visit with a financial aid counselor or to receive more information on the financial aid application process, contact the Financial Aid Office at (320) 308-2047 or (877) 654-SCSU, or e-mail at financialaid@stcloudstate.edu.
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