Tuition and Fees

Spalding is among the most affordable private institutions in the state of Kentucky. Each year, Spalding awards more than $4 million in scholarships and financial aid, and more than 90 percent of all Spalding students receive some financial support. Our financial aid staff will work closely with you and explore all of the funding resources available to find the most comprehensive offer of financial assistance to help make your private education an affordable investment.

For exact figures based on your credit hours and housing and meal options, please review the 2017-2018 tuition & fees cost worksheet or use our net price calculator.

Undergraduate

Full-time  (12-18 credit hours)$12,000/semester
Full-time (19 or more credit hours)$12,000/semester + $800/credit hour
Part-time (11 or fewer credit hours)$800/credit hour

Housing

Morrison Hall – Standard RoomSingle: $2,650/semester
Double: $2,300/semester
Spalding Suites – Standard RoomSingle: $2,750/semester
Double: $2,400/semester

Meal Plan

Standard Plan: 12 meals/week$1,400/semester
Flex Plan: 9 meals/week$1,200/semester


EVENING/ONLINE STUDENTS (FLEX PROGRAM)

Undergraduate Evening/Online$410/credit hour

Full-time status can be achieved by taking 12+ credit hours per semester.


GRADUATE

Master’s programs

Athletic Training (MSAT)$785/credit hour
Business Communication (MSBC) $615/credit hour
Education (MA/MAT/M.Ed.)$680/credit hour*
Nursing (MSN)$860/credit hour
Occupational Therapy$860/credit hour
Social Work (MSW)$695/credit hour
Writing (MFA)$560/credit hour

*55,000 Degrees scholarship program, for all master’s education courses, reduces tuition to $370 per credit hour.

Doctoral programs

Leadership (Ed.D.)$775/credit hour
Nursing Practice (DNP)$860/credit hour
Psychology (Psy.D.)$975/credit hour

Full-time status at the graduate level can be achieved by taking nine credit hours per semester.

Contact Us

One of our financial aid counselors will work with you to develop the most cost-effective approach for your program. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Financial Aid at (502) 873-4330.