Cost of Attendance

Undergraduate Tuition and Fees 2015 – 2016

Undergraduate Tuition: 

12 – 19 Credits* $12,840  per semester
Less than 12 credits $776 per credit

Undergraduate Audit Fee: $650

General Fees: non-refundable
Application fee $35
Registration: Full-time $385 per term
Registration: Part-time $180 per term

Replacement of I.D. cards: $20

Graduation Fee: $200

Resident Students:
Room & Board – per semester

Hertel Hall:
Single Occupancy Room $6,305
Suite $6,100
Double Occupancy Room $6,060
Triple Occupancy Room $5,930

Rosary Hall:
Single Occupancy Room $5, 900
Double Occupancy Room $5,950
Triple Occupancy Room $5,870

Guzman Hall:
Two Singles Unit $6,550
Four Singles Unit $6,820

Dorm Damage Deposit $250

*20 credits and over charged at $350 per credit

Graduate Tuition and Fees

Graduate Tuition:
MBA: $839 per credit**
FNP: $839 per credit
All ED Programs: $839 per credit
DPT and DNP: $908 per credit*

Graduate Audit Fee: Per Course $750

General Fees: Non-refundable

Application fee $50
Registration: Full-time (more than 12 credits)  $385 per term
Registration: Part-time $180 per term

Replacement of I.D. cards: $20

Graduation Fee: $200

*DPT students enrolled prior to Summer 2014 will be charged at the rate of $882 per credit

**MBA students enrolled prior to Fall 2015 will be charged at the rate of $815 per credit

In addition to the general tuition and fees described above, students should anticipate the following estimate of annual expenses associated with attending the College during the 2014-2015 Academic Year.

Books                           $1,450

Transportation             $1,700

Personal Expenses       $1,950

For specific tuition information, fee schedules, or financial aid information, please contact the Office of Admissions:

Tel: (845) 359-3533
Fax: (845) 365-3150
E-mail: admissions@dc.edu
Our toll-free admissions hotline is (866) 4DC-INFO (866-432-4636).

Please include your name, address, and telephone number in any written communication.

If you are eligible for financial aid, you may be able to further reduce your tuition costs. You owe it to yourself to find out. For more information, contact a financial aid counselor.