Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Colleges and Programs Tuition (Per Year)*

  Tuition Per Credit Rate General Fees Student Health Fees

All Undergrad Colleges

$66,838 $3,714 $508 $430

Villanova begins producing Fall semester bills in July (due in August and Spring semester bill in November (due in December)

Semester charges are:

Semester Tuition Rate Per Credit Rate General Fee Student Health & Wellness Fee
$33,419 $3,714 $254 $215
  1. Undergraduates are charged the semester tuition rate if they are enrolled in 9 credits or more in that semester. If enrolled in less than 9 credits undergraduates are charged the per credit rate for each credit hour taken.
  2. An Orientation Fee is charged to first year students - $274.

Please note the semester tuition rate is charged to students enrolled in 9 credits or more.

Full-time enrollment for federal, state, and institutional aid is defined as 12 or more credits a semester.

Athletic aid and participation, housing access, etc. is also defined as 12 or more credits a semester.


Application Fee 

$80 (non-refundable)

Tuition Deposit (Deposit due upon acceptance; credited to account upon registration)

$700 (non-refundable)

Orientation Fee 

$274 (new students only)

Late Registration Fee


Late Payment $200
Returned Check Charge $30
Monthly Service Fee $10 per Month (for Past Due Accounts)
Parking Fee (Annually) $100
Reinstatement Fee $250
Credit by Examination $110 per credit hour

Nursing Pre-Licensure Exam Fee


Room (Depending on Accommodations)


Board (Depending on Meal Plan)

$2,540-$4,450 ($1,265
available for commuter/semester

*Subject to change at the discretion of the University Administration.
**A Late Payment fee is charged to any account which is not paid in full by the official first day of class.

Once a student is registered, they will receive a bill and tuition is due by the due date shown on the bill. If a student registers after the due date, payment will be due upon receipt of the bill. Registration or the release of academic records cannot be completed until all financial obligations have been settled with the Bursar's Office. In addition to the above expenses, students should include expenses for textbooks, laundry, clothing, personal effects, and travel between the University and their homes in their educational costs.