Tuition & Fees

2019-2020

ProgramCost Per CreditTotal Cost**
Undergraduate Tuition Cost$857*$25,710 per year

Tiffin University provides a tuition payment plan to allow for monthly payments. Contact the Office of Student Accounts, (419) 448-3409, for more information.

*Tiffin University has block tuition rate for students taking 12-16 credit hours. If you enroll in less than 12 credit hours, you will pay $857 per credit hour.

**Books and supplies are not included in these calculations. You should estimate to pay approximately $1,000 per semester for books and supplies.

 

Meal PlansCost (Each Fall & Spring semester)
Gold Meal Plan*$2,680
220 Meal Plan - meals per semester$2,265
150 Meal Plan - meals per semester$1,755
75 Meal Plan - meals per semester$930

*Required for all first-year freshman living on-campus

 

Housing ExpensesCost per year (Fall & Spring semesters)
Residence Hall without air conditioning 

Single

$6,590

Double

$5,560
Residence Hall with air conditioning 

Single

$6,950

Double

$6,180
Houses with air conditioning 

Single

$6,800

Double

$5,870
Apartments 

Miami St. LLC & 106 Benner (Singles)

$7,160

Adams (Doubles)

$6,180

Triple and Quad rooms are available but are limited.

 

FeesCost
Auditing, per 3 credit course$1,285.50
Technology Fee$200 (per semester)

Summer Rate

$100 (per semester)
Parking Fee$100 (per year)
Laboratory FeesVaries
Supplemental Course Material Fee*Varies
Music Fee for Private Lessons (15 lessons per instrument)$350** (per semester)

Students with a Tiffin University grade point average of 3.0 or above may apply for approval by the Registrar or the Provost to enroll in up to 18 credits in a semester at no additional tuition charge. Fees are subject to change at any time with Board of Trustees’ approval.

*Some courses may include a supplemental course material fee, which will support and enhance the students' learning.

**Applicable to some courses; see course descriptions

 

ProgramCost Per CreditTotal Cost*
Online & Extended Learning Bachelor's$460Dependent on Transfer Credit

Tiffin University provides a tuition payment plan to allow for monthly payments. Contact the Office of Student Accounts, (419) 448-3409, for more information.

*Books and supplies are not included in these calculations. You should estimate to pay approximately $1,000 per semester for books and supplies.

 

FeesCost
Technology Fee$200 (per Fall & Spring semester)

Summer Rate

$100 (per semester)
Supplemental Course Material Fee*Varies

Fees are subject to change at any time with Board of Trustees’ approval.

*Some courses may include a supplemental course material fee, which will support and enhance the students' learning.

 

ProgramCost Per Credit HourTotal Cost*
Master of Business$700$25,200 - $28,000
Master of Education$550$15,750
Master of Humanities$550$15,750
Master of Science in Criminal Justice$700$21,000 - $29,400
Master of Science in Psychology$550$19,425

Tiffin University provides a tuition payment plan to allow for monthly payments. Contact the Office of Student Accounts, (419) 448-3409, for more information.

*Books and supplies are not included in these calculations. You should estimate to pay approximately $1,000 per semester for books and supplies.

 

Meal PlansCost (Each Fall & Spring semester)
Gold Meal Plan*$2,680
220 Meal Plan - meals per semester$2,265
150 Meal Plan - meals per semester$1,755
75 Meal Plan - meals per semester$930

*Required for all first-year freshman living on-campus

 

Housing ExpensesCost per year (Fall & Spring semesters)
Houses with air conditioning 

Single

$6,800

Double

$5,870
Apartments 

Miami St. LLC & 106 Benner (Singles)

$7,160

Adams (Doubles)

$6,180

Triple and Quad rooms are available but are limited.

 

FeesCost
Technology Fee$200 (per Fall & Spring semester)

Summer Rate

$100 (per semester)
Parking Fee$100 (per year)
Supplemental Course Material Fee*Varies
Language lab fee for ESL courses$25

Fees are subject to change at any time with Board of Trustees’ approval.

*Some courses may include a supplemental course material fee, which will support and enhance the students' learning.

 

Estimated Student Expenses for Academic Year (2 semesters / Per year)

(These amounts are estimates and are subject to change without notice. Actual expenses may vary)

Expenses

English as a Second Language (ESL)

 

Undergraduate

(24-36 credits / Per year)

Graduate – MBA

(16 credits / Per year)

Graduate – MS in CJ

(18 credits / Per year)

Tuition*

$11,500

$25,710

$12,600

$14,700

Housing**

$6,180

(Double Room w/ air conditioning)

$6,950

(Double Room w/ air conditioning)

$7,160

(Living Learning Community includes kitchen and private room)

$7,160

(Living Learning Community includes kitchen and private room)

Meals**

$5,360

(Gold meal plan)

$5,360

(Gold meal plan)

$1,860

(75 meals)

$1,860

(75 meals)

Health Insurance***

$1,800

$1,800

$1,800

$1,800

Technology Fee$400$400$400$400
Books (estimated)$1,000$1,000$1,000$1,000

TOTAL

$26,240

$40,450

$24,820

$26,920

 

Program

Cost (Per semester)

ESL Certificate

$5,750

 

Family Members – Students who will be accompanied by a spouse and/or children will need to submit additional documentation of financial support ($4,000 for spouse and $3,000 for each child).

*Tuition – The tuition listed above are for your guidance only. Prices quoted are for the 2019-2020 academic year for a standard full time student (ESL or Undergraduate – 15 credit hours / Graduate – 8 credit hours, per semester). All students studying on an F-1 visa must study at least (ESL or Undergraduate – 12 credit hours / Graduate – 8 credit hours, per semester). Some programs have additional compulsory costs (eg. Lab fees, books, field trips, equipment, etc.). These are NOT included in the tuition fees.

**Housing and Meals – We used our most common housing and meal plan option to calculate the costs above. However, actual room and meal plan costs may vary depending on your preference and availability. Additional information will be provided for you upon your arrival.

***Health Insurance – You are required to have medical insurance for the duration of your studies at Tiffin University. You may use the University provided insurance or we will provide instructions to request to use health insurance other than the Tiffin University provided insurance.

Estimated fees are subject to change. This estimate does not include scholarship. Tuition estimate is based on course load of between 12 and 16 credit hours; additional credit hours will cost extra. Personal expenses are not billable. Each student should plan and budget for an annual increase of approximately 5%.

 

Payment Due Dates

Students must pay their school fees in full or sign up for a Tiffin University payment plan before the end of the first week of each semester. The International Admissions Office will provide assistance at orientation to make a payment or enroll in a payment.

ProgramCost Per Credit Hour
Ph.D. in Global Leadership and Change$800
  • Each credit hour of the 60 credit curriculum is $800, plus technology fees.
  • Tuition rates are the same whether a student is in-state, out-of-state or international.
  • Textbooks and supplies are purchased separately by the student.
  • Students should also consider any travel costs associated with residency weekend attendance.

Graduate Alumni Discount

  • Tiffin University alumni are eligible to receive a Graduate Alumni Discount.
  • Ph.D. students whose graduate and/or bachelor degree was obtained from Tiffin University, will be eligible to receive a $150 per credit hour discount.
  • Students who receive this discount are not eligible to receive additional types of Tiffin University discounts.
FeesCost
Technology Fee$200 (per Fall & Spring semester)

Summer Rate

$100 (per semester)

Fees are subject to change at any time with Board of Trustees’ approval.

 


 

2020-2021

ProgramCost Per CreditTotal Cost**
Undergraduate Tuition Cost$907*$27,210 per year

Tiffin University provides a tuition payment plan to allow for monthly payments. Contact the Office of Student Accounts, (419) 448-3409, for more information.

*Tiffin University has block tuition rate for students taking 12-16 credit hours. If you enroll in less than 12 credit hours, you will pay $907 per credit hour.

**Books and supplies are not included in these calculations. You should estimate to pay approximately $1,000 per semester for books and supplies.

 

Meal PlansCost (Each Fall & Spring Semester)
Gold Meal Plan - 19 meals per week + $100 Dragon Dollars*$2,760
Green Meal Plan - 14 meals per week + $125 Dragon Dollars**$2,330
Dragon Meal Plan - 7 meals per week + $125 Dragon Dollars***$1,350
Fire Meal Plan - 50 meals per semester + $75 Dragon Dollars****$680

*Required for all first-year freshman living on-campus.
**Minimum meal plan required as a sophomore.
***Minimum meal plan required as a junior.
****Available only to commuters and seniors.

 

Housing ExpensesCost per year (Fall & Spring semesters)
Residence Hall without air conditioning 

Single

$6,590

Double

$5,560
Residence Hall with air conditioning 

Single

$6,950

Double

$6,180
Houses with air conditioning 

Single

$6,800

Double

$5,870
Apartments 

Miami St. LLC & 106 Benner (Singles)

$7,160

Adams (Doubles)

$6,180

Triple and Quad rooms are available but are limited.

 

FeesCost
Auditing, per 3 credit course$1,285.50
Technology Fee$200 (per semester)

Summer Rate

$100 (per semester)
Parking Fee$100 (per year)
Laboratory FeesVaries
Supplemental Course Material Fee*Varies
Music Fee for Private Lessons (15 lessons per instrument)$350** (per semester)

Students with a Tiffin University grade point average of 3.0 or above may apply for approval by the Registrar or the Provost to enroll in up to 18 credits in a semester at no additional tuition charge. Fees are subject to change at any time with Board of Trustees’ approval.

*Some courses may include a supplemental course material fee, which will support and enhance the students' learning.

**Applicable to some courses; see course descriptions

 

ProgramCost Per CreditTotal Cost*
Online & Extended Learning Bachelor's$460Dependent on Transfer Credit

Tiffin University provides a tuition payment plan to allow for monthly payments. Contact the Office of Student Accounts, (419) 448-3409, for more information.

*Books and supplies are not included in these calculations. You should estimate to pay approximately $1,000 per semester for books and supplies.

 

FeesCost
Technology Fee$200 (per Fall & Spring semester)

Summer Rate

$100 (per semester)
Supplemental Course Material Fee*Varies

Fees are subject to change at any time with Board of Trustees’ approval.

*Some courses may include a supplemental course material fee, which will support and enhance the students' learning.

 

ProgramCost Per Credit HourTotal Cost*
Master of Business$700$25,200 - $28,000
Master of Education$550$15,750
Master of Humanities$550$15,750
Master of Science in Criminal Justice$700$21,000 - $29,400
Master of Science in Psychology$550$19,425

Tiffin University provides a tuition payment plan to allow for monthly payments. Contact the Office of Student Accounts, (419) 448-3409, for more information.

*Books and supplies are not included in these calculations. You should estimate to pay approximately $1,000 per semester for books and supplies.

 

Meal PlansCost (Each Fall & Spring Semester)
Gold Meal Plan - 19 meals per week + $100 Dragon Dollars*$2,760
Green Meal Plan - 14 meals per week + $125 Dragon Dollars**$2,330
Dragon Meal Plan - 7 meals per week + $125 Dragon Dollars***$1,350
Fire Meal Plan - 50 meals per semester + $75 Dragon Dollars****$680

*Required for all first-year freshman living on-campus.
**Minimum meal plan required as a sophomore.
***Minimum meal plan required as a junior.
****Available only to commuters and seniors.

 

Housing ExpensesCost per year (Fall & Spring semesters)
Houses with air conditioning 

Single

$6,800

Double

$5,870
Apartments 

Miami St. LLC & 106 Benner (Singles)

$7,160

Adams (Doubles)

$6,180

Triple and Quad rooms are available but are limited.

 

FeesCost
Technology Fee$200 (per Fall & Spring semester)

Summer Rate

$100 (per semester)
Parking Fee$100 (per year)
Supplemental Course Material Fee*Varies
Language lab fee for ESL courses$25

Fees are subject to change at any time with Board of Trustees’ approval.

*Some courses may include a supplemental course material fee, which will support and enhance the students' learning.

 

Estimated Student Expenses for Academic Year (2 semesters / Per year)

(These amounts are estimates and are subject to change without notice. Actual expenses may vary)

Expenses

English as a Second Language (ESL)

 

Undergraduate

(24-36 credits / Per year)

Graduate – MBA

(16 credits / Per year)

Graduate – MS in CJ

(18 credits / Per year)

Tuition*

$11,500

$25,710

$12,600

$14,700

Housing**

$6,180

(Double Room w/ air conditioning)

$6,950

(Double Room w/ air conditioning)

$7,160

(Living Learning Community includes kitchen and private room)

$7,160

(Living Learning Community includes kitchen and private room)

Meals**

$5,360

(Gold meal plan)

$5,360

(Gold meal plan)

$1,860

(75 meals)

$1,860

(75 meals)

Health Insurance***

$1,800

$1,800

$1,800

$1,800

Technology Fee$400$400$400$400
Books (estimated)$1,000$1,000$1,000$1,000

TOTAL

$26,240

$40,450

$24,820

$26,920

 

Program

Cost (Per semester)

ESL Certificate

$6,000

 

Family Members – Students who will be accompanied by a spouse and/or children will need to submit additional documentation of financial support ($4,000 for spouse and $3,000 for each child).

*Tuition – The tuition listed above are for your guidance only. Prices quoted are for the 2019-2020 academic year for a standard full time student (ESL or Undergraduate – 15 credit hours / Graduate – 8 credit hours, per semester). All students studying on an F-1 visa must study at least (ESL or Undergraduate – 12 credit hours / Graduate – 8 credit hours, per semester). Some programs have additional compulsory costs (eg. Lab fees, books, field trips, equipment, etc.). These are NOT included in the tuition fees.

**Housing and Meals – We used our most common housing and meal plan option to calculate the costs above. However, actual room and meal plan costs may vary depending on your preference and availability. Additional information will be provided for you upon your arrival.

***Health Insurance – You are required to have medical insurance for the duration of your studies at Tiffin University. You may use the University provided insurance or we will provide instructions to request to use health insurance other than the Tiffin University provided insurance.

Estimated fees are subject to change. This estimate does not include scholarship. Tuition estimate is based on course load of between 12 and 16 credit hours; additional credit hours will cost extra. Personal expenses are not billable. Each student should plan and budget for an annual increase of approximately 5%.

 

Payment Due Dates

Students must pay their school fees in full or sign up for a Tiffin University payment plan before the end of the first week of each semester. The International Admissions Office will provide assistance at orientation to make a payment or enroll in a payment.

ProgramCost Per Credit Hour
Ph.D. in Global Leadership and Change$800
  • Each credit hour of the 60 credit curriculum is $800, plus technology fees.
  • Tuition rates are the same whether a student is in-state, out-of-state or international.
  • Textbooks and supplies are purchased separately by the student.
  • Students should also consider any travel costs associated with residency weekend attendance.

Graduate Alumni Discount

  • Tiffin University alumni are eligible to receive a Graduate Alumni Discount.
  • Ph.D. students whose graduate and/or bachelor degree was obtained from Tiffin University, will be eligible to receive a $150 per credit hour discount.
  • Students who receive this discount are not eligible to receive additional types of Tiffin University discounts.
FeesCost
Technology Fee$200 (per Fall & Spring semester)

Summer Rate

$100 (per semester)

Fees are subject to change at any time with Board of Trustees’ approval.