Cost and Finances
The University of Cincinnati is an affordable public university in a city with a low cost of living. And with a commitment to experience-based learning, you will get a return on your educational investment.
Estimated Expenses by Program
The following details breakdown of expenses for all levels of study, including tuition, fees, and living expenses. Living expenses are calculated for a 12-month calendar year. These numbers do not reflect indirect costs, like books, supplies, entertainment and more. Plan your budget accordingly.
When you enroll at the University of Cincinnati, you will use this information to submit proof of financial support.
|Expenses by college in current academic year||Main Campus||UC Blue Ash College||UC Clermont College||Pathway Program (Two Semesters)||Pathway Program (Three Semesters)|
|Tuition and fees||$28,972||$15,654||$13,776||$27,722||$41,608|
|Expenses by program in current academic year||Most programs including MS Architecture||Master of Architecture||All Master of Business Premium Programs|
|Tuition and other fees||$28,972||$34,220||$31,926|
|Expenses in the current academis year||Most Programs||MS Physiology||MS Pharmacology|
|Tuition and other fees||$26,894||$39,328||$27,572|
|Expenses in the current academic year||College of Law (JD and LLM)||Medicine (MD)||PharmD|
|Tuition and fees||$29,260||$51,494||$37,596|
|Expenses in current academic year||Undergraduate - One Semester||Undergraduate - Two Semesters||Postgraduate - One Semester||Postgraduate - Two Semesters|
|Tuition and other fees||$14,486||$28,972||$14,197||$28,394|
|Expenses for current academic year||One Week Residency|
Given the brief nature of the residency program (one week), tuition, fees and living expenses differ greatly from degree seeking students.
Explanation of Costs and Fees
On your student bill, you will see tuition and a number of other costs and fees. The financial aid website has more details on fees you might see on your bill.
Scholarships, Loans and Financial Aid
International students are not eligible for federal aid programs like FAFSA. However, there are a variety of funding options that you may be eligible for as an international student.
Take a look at our online scholarship listing for a description of some opportunities available to international students.
You can also use one of the online databases below to search for more scholarships:
Both provide a searchable database of financial aid, college scholarships, student loans, and grant information for international students.
Loans are typically very difficult for international students to receive in the US. Very few lenders offer student loans to international students, and if they do, they often require that a US citizen co-signs the loan with you.
Paying Your Bill
The University of Cincinnati has partnered with Flywire to offer a streamlined way to make a payment from your home country.