Institutional Cost

As a private institution of higher education, UPIKE does not receive a fixed amount of state or federal funding. Student tuition covers approximately one-third of the educational cost. Therefore, to support its academic programs, UPIKE solicits and accepts funding from foundations, corporations, endowments, alumni, parents and friends. Additionally, UPIKE administers an extensive federal, state and institutional financial aid program to continue providing students with excellent instruction and a pleasant living condition at a modest expense.

Tuition and Fees for Undergraduate Full-Time Students

Student Activity Fee$75$150
Room & Board*$4,300$8,600
Required TextbooksFREE

*On Campus students only

Cost of Attendance

A chart detailing the institutional cost for the 2022-2023 academic year can be found below. These fees are subject to annual revision. All students, including those with financial limitations, are urged to seek financial assistance early from the Office of Student Financial Services.

2022-23On CampusOff Campus/Indp.W/Parent
Room and Board$8,600
Student Activity Fee$150$150$150
Direct Inst. Cost*$32,750$24,150$24,150
Room and Board$12,150$8,145
Loan Fees$60$60$60
Indirect cost$10,195$23,173$19,168
Overall Budget$42,695$47,323$43,318

*Institutional Cost – these are the charges applied to a standard ungraduated student attending between 12-18 credits.

Other fees:

  • Part time tuition (1-11 credit) – $1000/Credit hour
  • Overload Tuition (>18 credit) – $325/credit hour
  • RN to BSN program – $350/credit hour
  • Summer Tuition – $300/Credit hour