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Tuition & Fees

Costs are based on the 2015-2016 school year and are subject to change without notice.

Tuition Package (12–16 credits)  $13,064 $26,128
Residence Hall (Lamson/Meier/Burman)—
with roommate 
$2,216 $4,432
Meal Plan $1,750 $3,500
General Fees $436 $872


  • Tuition for less than 12 credits is $1,089/credit. Tuition for each credit hour more than 16 semester hours is $888/credit.
  • Student may set limits on books and supplies in Registration Central. The cost of books and supplies varies depending on place of purchase and type of course. If part of an accepted Financial Plan, these items may be charged to the student account.
  • Students living in Meier, Lamson or Burman Halls without a roommate will pay $3,324/semester, $6,648/year. Students living in Damazo Hall will pay $2,416/semester, $4,832/year with a roommate and $4,832/semester, $9,664/year without a roommate.
  • Undergraduate residence hall students under age 22 are required to participate in ameal plan. A café account (for students not living in residence halls) may be opened with a $50 minimum, and more may be added at any time. Purchases may be made at the Dining Center, Gazebo and campus vending machines.
  • Some courses will have additional fees; see the current Class Schedule and Academic Bulletin for a list of fees associated with specific courses and/or majors. Learn more:
  • Costs are subject to change without notice.


All students attending Andrews University must have health insurance. University insurance is available for students who do not have coverage. Insurance rates appear below.

Charge per Semester Full Year
Status  Fall Spring/Summer Summer  
Single Student  $608 $933 $469 $1,541
Student with 1 dependent $1,694 $2,600 $1,306  $4,294
Student with 2 dependents $2,545 $3,906 $1,962 $6,451

To be charged by semester, notify the Office of Student Insurance. Note that the per semester rate is slightly higher then the one-time fee.  Contact the Office of Student Insurance for rates with more than 2 dependents. Insurance rates reflect the 2015-2016 school year.

NOTE: Costs are updated by the end of each January for the next school year.


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