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Undergraduate Cost of Education

Undergraduate Cost of Education

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Chestnut Hill College offers generous merit awards and scholarship opportunities. The effort given in high school is something that is noticed here, earning the average first year student $14,000 per year in merit based scholarships.

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2017-2018 Rates

2018-19 Academic Year: Tuition & Fees

PART TIME 

Per Credit 

Tuition: Fall and Spring $760
Tuition: Summer $350

FULL TIME

Commuter 

 Resident 

Tuition 

 *$35,950 

 *$35,950 

Additional Fees 

 *$305

 *$305

Books    

$1,298 (estimate)

$1,298 (estimate)

Room and Board 

 - - 

  **$11,000

Transportation

$3,472

$3,472

Misc. Expenses

$5,594

$5,594

TOTAL before grants and aid

$46,619

$57,619

 

2017-18 Academic Year: Tuition & Fees

PART TIME 

Per Credit 

Tuition: Fall and Spring $745
Tuition: Summer $340

FULL TIME

Commuter 

 Resident 

Tuition 

 *$34,950 

 *$34,950 

Additional Fees 

 *$305

 *$305

Books    

$1,100 (estimate)

$1,100 (estimate)

Room and Board 

 - - 

  **$10,400 

Transportation

$3,298

$3,298

Misc. Expenses

$5,132

$5,132

TOTAL before grants and aid

$43,765

$54,065

Please note: All students enrolling in the College for the FIRST time beginning with the 2013-14 academic year and subsequent years will be charged a Matriculation Fee upon initial enrollment. For the 2018-2019 academic year new students will be charged a one-time Matriculation/Orientation Fee of $480. 

** First-time resident students are billed a one time $250.00 room damage deposit

* Denotes direct cost.
* Non-refundable after May 1st
** Room and board is based on the ESTIMATED cost of a double occupancy room in Fournier Hall with a 19 meal plan per week.Chestnut Hill College offers several options for residential living.  Prices vary by type of room and residence hall location and range from  $9,600 to $11,900 per academic year.  

Undergraduate Nelnet Monthly Payment Plan

Chestnut Hill College offers an interest free payment plan through Nelnet Business Solutions (NBS).  You may enroll in a 12 month payment arrangement starting in May, 11 month starting in June, 10 month starting in July or 9 month starting in August.  The 9 month payment requires a 10% down payment.  If you opt to sign up, you may do so directly at:  Nelnet Monthly Payment Plan.  

The starting month for the payments are as follow:

  • 12 month, May
  • 11 month, June
  • 10 month, July
  •  9 month, August - this cycle requires a 10% down payment.

There is a $75.00 enrollment fee for the Nelnet Monthly Payment Plan. The $75 will be paid at the time of enrollment. The Nelnet Monthly Payment  Plan is only available to students in the School of Undergraduate Studies at Chestnut Hill College.

Why should you sign up for the College's Nelnet Monthly Payment Plan?

  • Tuition payments are spread out over a monthly period, rather than one lump payment.
  • No interest charges.
  • Have the option of monthly payments conveniently debited from your bank account or charged to a credit card without the hassle or worry about remembering to make payments each month.
  • Easy online enrollment: Nelnet Monthly Payment Plan 

Calculating your Monthly Payments 

If you know the total expenses and have an accurate Financial Aid Award Letter you can determine your monthly payments.

If you have any difficulty calculating your payments contact the Office of Student Financial Services at 215-248-7116 or email one of our representatives .    

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Have Further Questions?  

Contact the Student Financial Services Office at 215-248-7182.    

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