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Tuition, Fees, and Estimated Costs

Did you know that 100 percent of incoming first-year students receive some form of financial aid? That's because we are committed to helping each student afford a Fisher education.

For an early estimate of merit scholarship and need-based financial aid eligibility, use our quick and easy Net Price Calculator!

Undergraduate Cost of Attendance 2023-24

Full-time Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Cost of Attendance
  ResidentLiving with FamilyOff-Campus
Tuition $38,566 $38,566 $38,566
Comprehensive Fee $1,100 $1,100 $1,100

Housing and Food (Tier 2 Meal Plan) or Living Expenses

$9,182 housing
$5,160 meal plan
$1,500 $14,872
Books (estimate) $650 $650 $650
Transportation (estimate) $500 $600 $600
Personal (estimate) $900 $900 $900
Additional Food Allowance $530 
Estimated Cost of Attendance $56,588 $43,316 $56,688

*The Tier 2 meal plan is used when determining meal plan cost. Choosing a Tier 1 or Ultimate Dining Hall meal plan could increase cost. Learn more about meal plan options.

Note: Families are billed directly for tuition, fees, and on-campus housing and meal plan. Books, transportation, personal expenses, and additional food allowance shown above are average costs and are not included on the semester bill.

Part-time Undergraduate Students

The cost of attendance for part-time undergraduate students is $1,047 per credit hour (up to 11.5 credit hours). There is also a $20 comprehensive fee per credit hour. Figures are subject to change without notice.

For more information, refer to the Student Accounts Undergraduate Tuition and Fees page.

Financial Aid at Fisher

In determining financial aid, "financial need" is the difference between the cost of attending Fisher and your family contribution, as determined from information supplied on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Here is a simple formula of how it works:

Cost of Attendance - Family Contribution = Financial Need

The financial aid we award comes from a variety of sources—the final result being a "package" of several types of aid. Depending on your particular situation, your financial aid award may include funds from scholarships, federal and/or state grants, student loans, or student employment. Learn more about types of financial aid.

Applying for Financial Aid

We are committed to helping you afford a Fisher education. Let’s walk through the process of applying for financial aid step-by-step:

  • To be considered for financial assistance from Fisher or from federal or state sources, you must apply to Fisher, be accepted, and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
  • The FAFSA is available to file online beginning October 1. For help with the process, watch this short video on how to create an FSA ID.
  • The FAFSA should be filed between October 1 and January 15—even if you have not been accepted to Fisher. Meeting the January 15 Preferred Filing Deadline will assure you priority consideration for Fisher grants and scholarships.
  • Approximately two weeks after filing the FAFSA, Fisher will receive the results of your application. Our financial aid staff will use this information to create the best financial aid package for your needs and will send you an award letter detailing the specific types of aid you are eligible for. Initial financial aid awards are typically mailed in the third week of February.
  • Once you've received your financial aid package, feel free to contact Financial Aid with any questions or concerns.

For more information, visit the Financial Aid website.

  • Veterans and Military Students

    Kearney Hall with American flag painted on the lawn

    If you are a veteran or military student or eligible to receive financial benefits, complete information is available through our Veteran Affairs Office.

    Veterans and Military Benefits