One of the most important decisions you will make is pursuing your degree at Divine Mercy University. We are constantly working to keep your tuition costs affordable and competitive with other institutions. Combined with scholarships and other forms of financial aid, you will find that paying for your education is possible.
Cost of attendance varies by program. Please navigate below to find the direct expenses and indirect expenses per program. Tuition and fees are evaluated and updated annually.
Direct expenses represent the direct cost of a DMU degree. This is the amount that it costs to attend classes. This is the amount that is due to DMU. Beyond this amount there may be incurred other personal expenses associated with attending the program. Indirect expenses are highly lifestyle dependent and can vary accordingly.
Indirect expenses are highly dependent on individual circumstances. Indirect expenses are not academic expenses owed to DMU. The costs that students pay to maintain their internet connection, purchase textbooks, travel due to program requirements can vary based on location. These figures represent the loan eligibility for indirect expenses. If there are extenuating circumstances that necessitate a higher level of indirect expenses than this award it is possible to consult the Financial Aid Office to see if loan eligibility may be increased by the extenuating circumstances.
Note that this is only an estimate of actual costs due to the inclusion of indirect expenses which vary from person to person. Also note that there is typically a 3% tuition increase per credit in the every fall which is not included in these figures.
For the 2017-2018 academic year please view below for all programs.
Tuition and Fees, 2017-2018
|Tuition||Per Credit Hour|
|MS Clinical Psychology||$991|
|Psy D (122 Course Credits)||$1003|
|MS in Psychology (Online)(36 Course Credits)||$729|
|MS in Counseling (66 Course Credits)||$793|
|Audit Tuition||50% program tuition/credit hour|
|Fees for all Programs||Per occurrence|
|Late Registration Fee||$60|
|Add/Drop Fee per course||$20|
|Returned check fee (each service)||$35|
|Diploma replacement fee||$50|
|Online Programs Only||Per course|
|Technology Fee per Course||$50|
|Residency Fee (COUN 510, COUN 580, COUN 690)||$1,250|
|Residency Lodging Costs (Single Occupancy)||$600|
|Residency Lodging Costs (Double Occupancy)||$300|
|Lab Fees (COUN 540, COUN 620 )||$75|
|Onsite Programs Only (PsyD and MS Clinical)||Per Semester (unless specified otherwise)|
|Student Activity fee (per semester)||$30|
|Library Fee (per semester)||$110|
|Lab Fee (PSY 608, PSY 613, PSY 836)
$130 for each lab
|Technology Fee (per semester)||$50|
|PsyD Continuous Enrollment Fee (per semester)||$250|
|Parking per semester (on campus)||$150|
|Key Replacement fee (per occurrence)||$5|
|FOB Replacement fee (per occurrence)||$20|
|Parking pass replacement fee (per occurrence)||$25|
Payment of Student Account
The University requires students to satisfy their student account at the time of registration, prior to attending classes. The Financial Aid Office and the Business Office are available to assist students in obtaining resources for meeting these financial obligations.
The University offers payment plans as an option for students who are unable to satisfy their student account at the time of registration. Applications for payment plans will be considered on an individual basis, through the Business Office.