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We are one of the most affordable private universities in Kentucky and the region. Whether you are a traditional undergraduate student attending class on-campus or an evening/online undergraduate or graduate student, we work hard to keep your costs as low and affordable as possible.

Affording Midway University

The true costs of your education can sometimes be difficult to determine. That is why Midway University's Admissions and Financial Aid staff work hard to assist our students with their financial aid planning, processing of federal, state aid, grants, loans, and scholarships.

When comparing schools and costs, students should schedule a time to speak with a Financial Aid counselor to best understand their true costs. The published tuition rates are only there as a starting point and students need to understand what aid they qualify for and what will truly be their out-of-pocket costs versus the published rates.

Each year, 99% of our traditional undergraduate students receive some type of aid to assist with their college expenses. Financial aid options vary by student type and many other factors so our advice is start with completing the FAFSA and then schedule a time to speak with one of our Financial Aid Counselors.


Tuition 2024-25

ROOM & BOARD 2024-25

Student Fees

Course Fees

Total Cost of Attendance



Tuition 2024-2025

The 2024-25 tuition and fee charges are effective beginning July 1, 2024.
Tuition costs at Midway University are the same for all in-state and out-of-state students.

Traditional Undergraduate Students
Tuition Details Rate*
Full‐Time (12 to 19 hours, per semester) $13,250/semester
$883.33/credit hour**
Part‐Time
(per credit hour)
$990/credit hour
Summer
(per credit hour)
$395/credit hour
Evening & Online Undergraduate Students
Tuition Details Rate*
General Tuition $395/credit hour
RN-BSN*** $295/credit hour
Graduate Students
Tuition Detail Rate*
MBA $485/credit hour
MED**** $295/credit hour
MHA $485/credit hour
MMIS $485/credit hour
MSN*** $485/credit hour
MSN/MBA $485/credit hour

Notes

  1. The term Traditional Undergraduate students at Midway University refers to students enrolled in our 16-week semester-based classes.
  2. Full-time status is achieved for Traditional Undergraduate students when enrolled in at least 12 credit hours per semester. Traditional Undergraduate students taking less than 12 hours should use the per credit hour rate to calculate tuition for the semester.
  3. Students wishing to enroll in more than 19 credit hours must receive prior approval from the appropriate School Dean and the student’s advisor. An overload fee of $500 per credit hour is charged for any credit hours above 19. Maximum allowable course load is 22 semester hours per semester. Effective beginning Fall 2018.
  4. All Evening and Online Undergraduate and Graduate students are charged on a per credit hour basis.
  5. Traditional Undergraduate students pay per credit hour rates for summer term courses.
  • Some courses may require additional fees.
    ** Per credit hour rate assumes 4 years full-time enrollment to earn 120 credit hours.
    *** Midway nursing alumni members receive a 15% discount on the published tuition rate. This discount can not be stacked with any other discounts.
    ****Learning Management System (LMS) fee waived temporarily.

 


 

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Room & Board 2024-25

Visit our Residence Life page to learn more about the different housing options.

Housing Rates
Residence Hall & Room Type Rate
(per semester)
Buster Hall Double Occupancy $2,300
Buster Hall Triple Occupancy $1,800
Belle Wisdom Hall Double Occupancy $2,600
Belle Wisdom Hall Triple Occupancy $2,100
Library Hall Double Occupancy $2,600
Library Hall Triple Occupancy $2,100
Pinkerton Hall Double Occupancy $2,500
Pinkerton Hall Triple Occupancy $2,000
Pinkerton Hall Quad Occupancy $1,700
University Houses $2,700
Off‐campus apartments $2,800
Meal Plans
Dining Options Rate
(per semester)
19 Meals per Week $2,450
19 Meals per Week + $100 Dining Dollars $2,500
14 Meals per Week $2,150
14 Meals per Week + $100 Dining Dollars $2,200
10 Meals per Week (only available to students in Peterson House, Yellow House, White House or other University Off-Campus Housing) $1,600
Commuter 20 Block Meal Plan $180


All residential students must have the 14 meal plan at a minimum. Houses must have the 10 meal plan as a minimum
.

Students may add Dining Dollars in any dollar amount they wish. Dining Dollars may be used at any dining facility on the Midway University campus including Piper Dining Hall or the Nest Café.

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Student Fees

Fees By Student Type
Fee Details Undergraduate Students Evening/Online Undergraduate & Graduate Students
Technology Fee $125/semester $125/semester
Student Activity Fee $100/semester n/a
International Student Fee $150/semester $150/semester
Learning Management System (LMS) n/a $150/online course
Parking Fee $25/semester n/a
Health Services Fee $100/semester $100/semester (International Grad Students only)

What is the Technology Fee?

The technology fee helps cover costs associated with providing technology support to all students. The fee is to ensure that our Information Technology Service Department has the means to provide excellent technological service to students.

What is the Student Activity Fee?

The student activity fee helps fund the many clubs and organizations that provide programming and services to the campus. This fee assists in paying speakers, entertainers, providing resource materials for activities and off campus trips provided by the Student Affairs office.

What is the LMS Fee?

In order to operate and provide online courses the University utilizes a learning management system (LMS). Students who utilize the LMS system for online courses are charged a fee (per online course) which helps maintain and support that system, including hardware, software and student service support.

What is the Health Services Fee?

This fee covers various health and wellness activities including the campus clinic, mental health services, and other health and wellness initiatives for students.

What are the Course Fees?

Many classes require additional supplies that are outside the normal cost of providing a course. These items include art supplies, laboratory equipment and supplies, special software licenses, equine-related supplies and more. Each course that has a fee associated with it is charged once per term/per course and calculated as the student registers for that particular course.

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Total Cost of Attendance

The Budgets listed below known as your Cost of Attendance (COA) is the estimated total amount it will cost a student to go to college each year. The COA is a college's total estimated expenses for one year including direct charges such as tuition and fees, housing and food, and indirect charges such as books, supplies, transportation, loan fees, and miscellaneous expenses. A school's cost of attendance is used to determine each student's eligibility for financial aid, such as grants and loans. Very few students pay the full cost of attendance because most receive some type of financial aid. These do not reflect actual billed costs.

Traditional Undergraduate Student Costs
Expense Details Yearly Cost
Full-Time
(On-Campus)
Tuition (Direct) $26,500
Fees (Direct) $720
Housing & Food (Direct) $9,800
Books & Supplies (Indirect) $1,800
Transportation (Indirect) $2,900
Misc. Personal Expenses (Indirect) $9,200
Total $50,920

Traditional Undergraduate Student Off Campus Costs
Expense Details Yearly Cost
Full-Time
(Off-Campus)
Tuition (Direct) $26,500
Fees (Direct) $720
Housing & Food (Direct) $14,300
Books & Supplies (Indirect) $1,800
Transportation (Indirect) $2,900
Misc. Personal Expenses (Indirect) $9,200
Total $55,420

Traditional Undergraduate Student Off Campus (with Parent) Costs
Expense Details Yearly Cost
Full-Time
(Off-Campus)
Tuition (Direct) $26,500
Fees (Direct) $720
Housing & Food (Direct) $4,290
Books & Supplies (Indirect) $1,800
Transportation (Indirect) $2,900
Misc. Personal Expenses (Indirect) $9,200
Total $45,410

Evening/Online Undergraduate Student Costs
Expense Details Yearly Cost
Full-Time
Tuition (Direct) $9,480
Fees (Direct) $1,520
Housing & Food (Indirect) $13,300
Books & Supplies (Indirect) $1,800
Transportation (Indirect) $2,900
Misc. Personal Expenses (Indirect) $9,200
Total $38,200

RN-BSN Undergraduate Student Costs
Expense Details Yearly Cost
Full-Time
Tuition (Direct) $7,080
Fees (Direct) $1,520
Housing & Food (Indirect) $13,300
Books & Supplies (Indirect) $1,800
Transportation (Indirect) $2,900
Misc. Personal Expenses (Indirect) $9,200
Total $35,800

Graduate Student Costs (MBA, MHA, MMIS & MSN)
Expense Details Yearly Cost
Full-Time
Tuition (Direct) $5,820
Fees (Direct) $970
Housing & Food (Indirect) $13,300
Books & Supplies (Indirect) $900
Transportation (Indirect) $2,900
Misc. Personal Expenses (Indirect) $9,200
Total $33,090

MED Graduate Student Costs
Expense Details Yearly Cost
Full-Time
Tuition (Direct) $3,540
Fees (Direct) $970
Housing & Food (Indirect) $13,300
Books & Supplies (Indirect) $900
Transportation (Indirect) $2,900
Misc. Personal Expenses (Indirect) $9,200
Total $30,810