Undergraduate Admission

Tuition and Aid

Nearly all incoming Xavier students receive financial assistance each year through grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study opportunities. On average, an incoming, first-year student receives $22,210 in merit scholarships and grants.

Incoming freshman students who have committed to Xavier can view their financial aid information 24/7 using the Financial Aid Self-Service portal. Access Self-Service through the current student hub.

Tuition & Fees Breakdown

Xavier University Undergraduate Tuition and Fees Summary
Semester Annual
Tuition & Fees $21,230 $42,460
Room & Board $6,790 $13,580
Total Charges $28,020 $56,040

Key Details:

  • Tuition and fees were not increased for the 21-22 school year.
  • Books are provided at no charge as part of the University's DayOne program.
This listing is based on the 2021-22 rates for an undergraduate student taking 12-18 hours per semester living in Husman Hall in a double room with the Xavier Silver meal plan. Fees are estimated; actual course fees may vary. The estimate does not include books and supplies, transportation, or miscellaneous personal expenses. For a more detailed breakdown of charges, visit the Tuition and Fees website.

Scholarship and Net Price Calculator


Students are awarded scholarships based on academic, athletic, artistic or other talents. Scholarships do not have to be repaid. All Xavier students are automatically considered for scholarships when they apply for admission. Connect with your admission counselor for information about the following scholarships:


Students are generally awarded grants based on financial need or a specific talent. Like scholarships, grants are a great way to finance a college education. Connect with your admission counselor for information about grants from the following sources:

  • Federal
  • State
  • Xavier University

Grant Opportunities


Undergraduate students who demonstrate need, according to the Federal Need Analysis Methodology, may qualify for a Federal Direct Subsidized Loan. The federal government pays the interest on the Direct Subsidized Loan while the student is enrolled at least half-time. A student who does not qualify for a Direct Subsidized Loan may be eligible for a Direct Unsubsidized Loan. Connect with your admission counselor for more information.

Loan Information

Financial Assistance

The Office of Student Financial Services will help you with all things financial aid. Everyone who reaches out, no matter the level of need, is connected with an expert to help with scholarships, grants, loans, work-study and more.

Veteran and Military Affiliated Financial Aid

Veteran and military affiliated students may be eligible for benefits through both the Federal and State Departments of Veterans Affairs. Visit the Student Veterans Center’s Financial Aid page to learn more.