Earning a degree at AU is an investment of both time and money. We do our best to manage costs to keep your return on investment high.
Thanks to our generous donors and endowment, in conjunction with federal and state aid programs, we can offer students multiple options for offsetting the cost of a private school education. Our knowledgeable and experienced counselors will partner with you to ensure you receive the financial information you need to help make your college financing decisions.
Tuition and Fees
To help you get to the bottom line of starting your future.
To assist you in your financial planning, we’ve listed below the basic undergraduate tuition and fees for the 2022-2023 academic year at Anderson University. The full-time tuition rate covers 12-18 credit hours each semester. (Some expenses may vary.)
After viewing this snapshot of tuition and fees, scroll down further to consider which plans might best fit your needs.
|Academic Rates, 2022-2023||Semester||Year|
|Tuition (full-time student)||$16,535||$33,070|
|Room (standard dorm room)||$3,310||$6,620|
|Food Service (Raven Value meal plan)||$2,400||$4,800|
Choose what works best for your family.
For purposes of determining your financial need, we are also allowed to include expenses in your “basic college budget,” such as books and meals plans. These are not charges, just money you’ll likely spend.
Tuition Rates, 2022-23
|1-11 credit hour(s)||$1,380 per credit hour|
|12-18 credit hours||$16,535 per semester|
|Summer term (2022)||$430 per credit hour|
Room Rates, 2022-23
|Standard Residence Halls||$3,310|
|Myers Hall Suites (Restrictions Apply)||$3,820|
|Fair Commons (Restrictions Apply)||$4,330|
|South Campus (Restrictions Apply)||$4,330|
Meal Plan Costs, 2022-23
|Raven On-the-Go (Juniors, Seniors & Commuters Only)||$1,320|
|Raven Dollars||$50 minimum|
Miscellaneous Fees & Estimated Expenses, 2022-23
|Student Services Fee||$355 per semester|
|Student Activities Fee||$150 per semester|
|First Year Experience Fee (LART 1050)||$160 per course|
Estimated Expenses, 2022-23
|Books & Supplies *||$1,500 per year|
|Transportation *||$1,000 per year|
|Personal Expenses *||$2,000 per year|
|Total Indirect Costs||$4,500 per year|
*Estimated expenses; not fixed charges, and will vary by student. Indirect costs are those things that vary and you may or may not incur. We include those in the cost of attendance so that you may estimate additional costs. These are not exact charges and most of them do not funnel through AU. For example, you can purchase textbooks through our bookstore or privately. If purchased through our bookstore, it will be billed at the cost of the books, on your student account and your financial aid can be applied to it (if you choose.) If you purchase books through another source, you will pay for those separately and those costs will not impact your student account at AU.
Tuition insurance is available via GradGuard. Click here to learn more!
As a private, Christian university, we don’t receive direct state or federal subsidies. However, there are many financial aid opportunities you might be eligible for — so don’t let costs stop you from applying today.
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Semester Withdraw Refund Schedule 2022-23
|Date of Withdraw||Refund %|
|As of January 11||100%|
|January 12- January 18||90%|
|January 19- January 25||80%|
|January 26- February 1||60%|
|February 2- February 8||40%|
|February 9- February 15||20%|
|After February 15||0%|
|Date of Withdraw||Refund %|
|As of August 28||100%|
|August 29 – September 4||90%|
|September 5- September 11||80%|
|September 12 – September 18||60%|
|September 19 – September 25||40%|
|September 26 – October 2||20%|
|After October 2||0%|