Academic Quality and Affordability.
We deliver a high-quality education at an affordable price. That’s why Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine ranks us as the #6 private school in the nation (2014 rankings) that provides both academic quality and affordability.
You’re not going to find our caliber of education and personal formation anywhere in the country—especially at our price.
Undergraduate Financial Aid Overview
Over 70% of the Students at Christendom College receive some form of financial assistance every year. The College has a strong commitment to providing a comprehensive financial assistance program to its students. Students may be eligible for one or more of the following forms of financial assistance:
All students have the opportunity to earn extra money from student jobs at the College. Students can apply for student jobs on a competitive basis through the College’s Student Employment Website (SEW).
Although Christendom is one of a handful of colleges or universities in the nation not to participate in any Federal funding programs, it does offer a comprehensive donor-funded Financial Aid Program.
- Academic Scholarships
- Athletic Scholarships
- Need-based Loans (Interest-Free for up to 8 years) and Grants
- Virginia Resident Tuition Assistance Grant
- Yellow Ribbon GI Bill
- Sibling/Family Plan Discount Program
- Debt Forgiveness for Priests and Religious
- Scholarship Price Match Program
Please note that Christendom does not use the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Christendom has its own Financial Aid form which can be downloaded here.
|Tuition and Fees 2016-17|
|Room and Board||$9,976|
|TOTAL for academic year||$35,556|
Need-based and merit-based financial assistance would lower these costs for students.
Full tuition rate is for the standard course load of 12 to 19 credit hours per semester.
A monthly payment plan for tuition, room, and board is available to students. Arrangements must be made with the Business Office in advance of registration.
Refund Policy: Application fees, registration fees, and student activity fees are not refundable.