Tuition at the University of San Diego is competitive with other private universities. Students who are enrolled as full–time students (taking between 12–18 units) are charged a base tuition per semester. Students choosing to take more than 18 units each semester will be charged for each additional unit in which they enroll. Part–time students (taking between 1–11 units) pay per unit.
Tuition for the 2012–2013 school year is $39,486, or $19,743 per semester for full-time students. Part–time students pay $1,360 per unit, for up to 11 units. Additional fees are required of all undergraduate students. Tuition for the 2012–2013 school year varies for full- and part–time graduate and doctoral students and law students, and there may also be additional fees.
Housing costs vary by student and are determined by several factors, including where a student chooses to live, how many students reside in each room and the meal plan they select. The average cost for room and board is approximately $11,000 per year. Learn more at Residential Life.