Educational Costs

CSB Estimate of Cost Breakdown

Total amount may vary based on number of credits, course fees, books, housing and meal plans.

2024-2025

Per SemesterPer Year
Tuition$27,270$54,540
Fees$608$1,216
Housing Range$3080 – $3769$6160 – $7538
Meals
Amounts shown for
the Continuous Meal Plan
$3,195$6,390
Books$500$1,000

Other costs not shown are personal expenses. These costs can vary by each student.

CSB Tuition for New and Returning Students

2024-2025

Per SemesterPer Year
Tuition$27,270.00$54,540.00
Over 18 Credits(per credit hour)$1,516.00
Less Than 12 Credits(per credit hour)$2,273.00
Summer Credit Rate 2024(per credit hour)$758.00
Continuing Education(per credit hour)$758.00
Please note:

The rates above apply to all courses whether taken for credit, audit or no credit.

Course Fees

Special fees may be assigned to specific courses such as Science Lab, Art fees, Music lessons, etc. These fees are listed in the Class Registration booklet for each term.

CSB Fees for New and Returning Students

2024-2025

 Per SemesterPer Year
Student Life Fee$265.00$530.00
Technology Fee$161.00$322.00
Health Fee$182.00$364.00
REQUIRED FEES

The three fees described below are applied to all students for each semester they are registered. This includes those students studying abroad and those who are student teaching or interning off campus. These fees are also applied to students who are living off campus.

Health Fee:

This fee supports the CSB/SJU Health Services. Health Services has been designed with the specific needs of college-age men and women in mind, while assisting them in making good self-care decisions as they transition into adulthood. The students will find an experienced staff who can address these needs in a comfortable, confidential environment.

Primary care services offered to the students of Saint Ben’s and Saint John’s will include: preventative care such as routine physicals, travel consults, treatment of acute injuries, illnesses, mental health conditions; as well as vaccinations and screening programs.

Student Life Fee:

All events, programs, activities and facilities are made available to students. It is impossible to regulate who does/does not participate in events, activities and programs or who utilizes facilities made available to them. Therefore, the Student Life Fee is applied to all students, regardless of living arrangements. A percentage of the Student Life fee is paid directly to the Student Senate for the benefit of students to enhance their overall educational experience. Programs, events and activities are provided in which students have free access to attend.  Events, programs and activities include, but are not limited to speakers, performances, student clubs, intramurals and club sports. This fee also compensates after-hour bus service (during the week) and security for weekend bus service to enable student participation and attendance to these events. A percentage of the Student Life Fee is used to enhance student engagement and involvement in programs and activities on both campuses, including but not limited to, residential hall programs, spirituality groups/retreats, career service events, multicultural events and programs, and student health and wellness initiatives. The fee covers programming costs of these events and activities to allow students free access to attend. In addition, the Student Life Fee provides students free admission to varsity athletic events and free access to campus center facilities and athletic complexes on both campuses.  Funding is also provided for programming and operation costs for First Year Orientation, The Record (campus newspaper) and KJNB radio (campus radio station).

Technology Fee:

The technology fee is used to pay for all technology-related resources available to students residing on and off campus and those who are studying abroad. Among other things, the fee helps pay for e-mail accounts, network storage space, software licensing, the Banner system and internet services as well as technical support and training related to these services. Since the fee covers services provided to all CSB/SJU students, it cannot be waived for individuals.

CSB Housing for New and Returning Students

2024-2025

Per SemesterPer Year
Apartments, Private Bedroom: Centennial Apt.,
Dominica, Gable, Lottie, Luetmer,
McDonald Apt., Regina, Smith, Sohler,
Schumacher, Westkaemper, Wirth Apartment

$3769

$7538

Apartments, Shared Bedroom: Gable,
Girgen, Smith, Sohler, Schumacher,
Westkaemper, Wirth, Zierden
$3543$7086
Residence Halls, SUPER Single Room:
Aurora, Brian, Corona, Lottie, Margretta
$3600$7200
Residence Hall, Suite, Private Bedroom: Lottie$3600$7200
Residence Hall, Suite, Shared Bedroom: Lottie  $3420$6840
Residence Halls, Room: Aurora, Brian ,
Corona, Lottie, Margretta, Regina,
Smith, Sohler, Schumacher
$3080$6160
Room Change Fee$25 
Breach of Contract Fee$300 
Find more information about housing:

2024-2025

Per SemesterPer Year
Student Life Fee$265.00$530.00
Technology Fee$161.00$322.00
Health Fee$182.00$364.00
Required Fees

The three fees described below are applied to all students for each semester they are registered. This includes those students studying abroad and those who are student teaching or interning off campus. These fees are also applied to students who are living off campus.

Health Fee:

This fee supports the CSB/SJU Health Services. Health Services has been designed with the specific needs of college-age men and women in mind, while assisting them in making good self-care decisions as they transition into adulthood. The students will find an experienced staff who can address these needs in a comfortable, confidential environment.

Primary care services offered to the students of Saint Ben’s and Saint John’s will include: preventative care such as routine physicals, travel consults, treatment of acute injuries, illnesses, mental health conditions; as well as vaccinations and screening programs.

Student Life Fee:

All events, programs, activities and facilities are made available to students. It is impossible to regulate who does/does not participate in events, activities and programs or who utilizes facilities made available to them. Therefore, the Student Life Fee is applied to all students, regardless of living arrangements. A percentage of the Student Life fee is paid directly to the Student Senate for the benefit of students to enhance their overall educational experience. Programs, events and activities are provided in which students have free access to attend.  Events, programs and activities include, but are not limited to speakers, performances, student clubs, intramurals and club sports. This fee also compensates after-hour bus service (during the week) and security for weekend bus service to enable student participation and attendance to these events. A percentage of the Student Life Fee is used to enhance student engagement and involvement in programs and activities on both campuses, including but not limited to, residential hall programs, spirituality groups/retreats, career service events, multicultural events and programs, and student health and wellness initiatives. The fee covers programming costs of these events and activities to allow students free access to attend. In addition, the Student Life Fee provides students free admission to varsity athletic events and free access to campus center facilities and athletic complexes on both campuses.  Funding is also provided for programming and operation costs for First Year Orientation, The Record (campus newspaper) and KJNB radio (campus radio station).

Technology Fee:

The technology fee is used to pay for all technology-related resources available to students residing on and off campus and those who are studying abroad. Among other things, the fee helps pay for e-mail accounts, network storage space, software licensing, the Banner system and internet services as well as technical support and training related to these services. Since the fee covers services provided to all CSB/SJU students, it cannot be waived for individuals.

CSB Housing for New and Returning Students

CSB Meal Plans for New and Returning Students

2024-2025

Per SemesterPer Year
Continuous Plan$3,195$6,390
Bennie Plan$2,475$4,950
80 Apt Plan$1,300$2,600
32 Apt Plan$575$1,150
Bucks Plan$225$450
Find more details about meals plans:
SJU Estimate of Cost Breakdown

2024-2025

Per SemesterPer Year
Tuition$27,270$54,540
Fees$638$1,276
Housing Range$2,972 – $3,674$5,944 – $7,348
Meals
Amounts shown for
the Continuous Meal Plan
$3,245$6,490
Books$500$1,000

Other costs not shown are personal expenses. These costs can vary by each student.

SJU Tuition for New and Returning Students

2024-2025

Per SemesterPer Year
Tuition$27,270.00$54,540.00
Over 18 Credits(per credit hour)$1,516.00
Less Than 12 Credits(per credit hour)$2,273.00
Summer Credit Rate 2024(per credit hour)$758.00
Continuing Education(per credit hour)$758.00
Please note:

The rates above apply to all courses whether taken for credit, audit or no credit.

Course Fees

Special fees may be assigned to specific courses such as Science Lab, Art fees, Music lessons, etc. These fees are listed in the Class Registration booklet for each term.

SJU Fees for New and Returning Students

2024-2025

Per SemesterPer Year
Student Life Fee$295.00$590.00
Technology Fee$161.00$322.00
Health Fee$182.00$364.00
Required Fees

The three fees described below are applied to all students for each semester they are registered. This includes those students studying abroad and those who are student teaching or interning off campus. These fees are also applied to students who are living off campus.

Health Fee:

This fee supports the CSB/SJU Health Services. Health Services has been designed with the specific needs of college-age men and women in mind, while assisting them in making good self-care decisions as they transition into adulthood. The students will find an experienced staff who can address these needs in a comfortable, confidential environment.

Primary care services offered to the students of Saint Ben’s and Saint John’s will include: preventative care such as routine physicals, travel consults, treatment of acute injuries, illnesses, mental health conditions; as well as vaccinations and screening programs.

Student Life Fee:

All events, programs, activities and facilities are made available to students. It is impossible to regulate who does/does not participate in events, activities and programs or who utilizes facilities made available to them. Therefore, the Student Life Fee is applied to all students, regardless of living arrangements. A percentage of the Student Life fee is paid directly to the Student Senate for the benefit of students to enhance their overall educational experience. Programs, events and activities are provided in which students have free access to attend.  Events, programs and activities include, but are not limited to speakers, performances, student clubs, intramurals and club sports. This fee also compensates after-hour bus service (during the week) and security for weekend bus service to enable student participation and attendance to these events. A percentage of the Student Life Fee is used to enhance student engagement and involvement in programs and activities on both campuses, including but not limited to, residential hall programs, spirituality groups/retreats, career service events, multicultural events and programs, and student health and wellness initiatives. The fee covers programming costs of these events and activities to allow students free access to attend. In addition, the Student Life Fee provides students free admission to varsity athletic events and free access to campus center facilities and athletic complexes on both campuses.  Funding is also provided for programming and operation costs for First Year Orientation, The Record (campus newspaper) and KJNB radio (campus radio station).

Technology Fee:

The technology fee is used to pay for all technology-related resources available to students residing on and off campus and those who are studying abroad. Among other things, the fee helps pay for e-mail accounts, network storage space, software licensing, the Banner system and internet services as well as technical support and training related to these services. Since the fee covers services provided to all CSB/SJU students, it cannot be waived for individuals.

SJU Housing for New and Returning Students

2024-2025

Residence HallPer SemesterPer Year
Seton – Apartments
Seton – Single
$3,674.00$7,348.00
Flynntown Apartments
Francis House – Apartment
Maur Apartments
Placid Apartments
Vincent Court
$3,567.00$7,134.00
Benet Hall – Apartments
Marmion House
Tholl House
Virgil Michel – Apartments
$3,432.00$6,864.00
Benet – Single
Francis House – Single
Gregory House – Single
Thomas Hall – Single
$3,313.00$6,626.00
Virgil Michel – Suites$3,144.00$6,288.00
Bernard Hall – Suites$3,106.00$6,212.00
Benet Hall – Double
Bernard Hall – Double
Boniface Hall – Double
Boniface Hall – Single
Gregory House – Double/Triple
Mary Hall – Double
Patrick Hall – Double
Thomas Hall – Double
$2,972.00$5,944.00
Find more information about housing:

SJU Meal Plans for New and Returning Students

2024-2025

PlanPer SemesterPer Year
Continuous$3,245$6,490
Block$2,950$5,900
Apartment 80$1,300$2,600
Apartment 32$575$1,150
Find more details about meals plans:
CSB Estimate of Cost Breakdown

2023-2024

Per SemesterPer Year
Tuition$26,350$52,700
Fees$592$1,184
Housing Range$2990 – $3589$5980 – $7178
Meals
Amounts shown for
the Continuous Meal Plan
$3,090$6,180
Books$500$1,000

Other costs not shown are personal expenses. These costs can vary by each student.

CSB Tuition for New and Returning Students

2023-2024

Per SemesterPer Year
Tuition$26,350.00$52,700.00
Over 18 Credits(per credit hour)$1,464.00
Less Than 12 Credits(per credit hour)$2,196.00
Summer Credit Rate 2024(per credit hour)$732.00
Continuing Education(per credit hour)$732.00
Please note:

The rates above apply to all courses whether taken for credit, audit or no credit.

Course Fees

Special fees may be assigned to specific courses such as Science Lab, Art fees, Music lessons, etc. These fees are listed in the Class Registration booklet for each term.

CSB Fees for New and Returning Students

2023-2024

Per SemesterPer Year
Student Life Fee$259.00$518.00
Technology Fee$157.00$314.00
Health Fee$176.00$352.00
Required Fees

The three fees described below are applied to all students for each semester they are registered. This includes those students studying abroad and those who are student teaching or interning off campus. These fees are also applied to students who are living off campus.

Health Fee:

This fee supports the CSB/SJU Health Services. Health Services has been designed with the specific needs of college-age men and women in mind, while assisting them in making good self-care decisions as they transition into adulthood. The students will find an experienced staff who can address these needs in a comfortable, confidential environment.

Primary care services offered to the students of Saint Ben’s and Saint John’s will include: preventative care such as routine physicals, travel consults, treatment of acute injuries, illnesses, mental health conditions; as well as vaccinations and screening programs.

Student Life Fee:

All events, programs, activities and facilities are made available to students. It is impossible to regulate who does/does not participate in events, activities and programs or who utilizes facilities made available to them. Therefore, the Student Life Fee is applied to all students, regardless of living arrangements. A percentage of the Student Life fee is paid directly to the Student Senate for the benefit of students to enhance their overall educational experience. Programs, events and activities are provided in which students have free access to attend.  Events, programs and activities include, but are not limited to speakers, performances, student clubs, intramurals and club sports. This fee also compensates after-hour bus service (during the week) and security for weekend bus service to enable student participation and attendance to these events. A percentage of the Student Life Fee is used to enhance student engagement and involvement in programs and activities on both campuses, including but not limited to, residential hall programs, spirituality groups/retreats, career service events, multicultural events and programs, and student health and wellness initiatives. The fee covers programming costs of these events and activities to allow students free access to attend. In addition, the Student Life Fee provides students free admission to varsity athletic events and free access to campus center facilities and athletic complexes on both campuses.  Funding is also provided for programming and operation costs for First Year Orientation, The Record (campus newspaper) and KJNB radio (campus radio station).

Technology Fee:

The technology fee is used to pay for all technology-related resources available to students residing on and off campus and those who are studying abroad. Among other things, the fee helps pay for e-mail accounts, network storage space, software licensing, the Banner system and internet services as well as technical support and training related to these services. Since the fee covers services provided to all CSB/SJU students, it cannot be waived for individuals.

CSB Housing for New and Returning Students

2023-2024

Per SemesterPer Year
Apartments, Private Bedroom:
Centennial Commons, Luetmer, McDonald
$3589$7178
Apartments, Shared Bedroom:
Dominica, Gable, Girgen, Smith, Sohler, Schumacher, Westkaemper, Wirth, Zierden
$3508$7016
Residence Halls, SUPER Single Room:
Aurora, Brian, Corona, Lottie, Margretta, Regina
$3495$6990
Residence Hall, Suite, Private Bedroom:
Lottie
$3495$6990
Residence Hall, Suite, Shared Bedroom:
Lottie  
$3320$6640
Residence Halls, Room:
Aurora, Brian, Corona, Lottie, Margretta, Regina
$2990$5980
Room Change Fee$25 
Breach of Contract Fee$300 
Find more information about housing:
CSB Meal Plans for New and Returning Students

2023-2024

Per SemesterPer Year
Continuous Plan$3,090$6,180
Bennie Plan$2,425$4,850
80 Apt Plan$1,250$2,500
32 Apt Plan$550$1,100
$200 Buck Plan$200$400
Find more details about meals plans:
SJU Estimate of Cost Breakdown

Total amount may vary based on number of credits, course fees, books, housing and meal plans.

2023-2024

Per SemesterPer Year
Tuition$26,350$52,700
Fees$621$1,242
Housing Range$2,885 – $3,567$5,770 – $7,134
Meals
Amounts shown for
the Continuous Meal Plan
$3,180$6,360
Books$500$1,000

Other costs not shown are personal expenses. These costs can vary by each student.

SJU Tuition for New and Returning Students

2023-2024

Per SemesterPer Year
Tuition$26,350.00$52,700.00
Over 18 Credits(per credit hour)$1,464.00
Less Than 12 Credits(per credit hour)$2,196.00
Summer Credit Rate 2024(per credit hour)$732.00
Continuing Education(per credit hour)$732.00
Please note:

The rates above apply to all courses whether taken for credit, audit or no credit.

Course Fees

Special fees may be assigned to specific courses such as Science Lab, Art fees, Music lessons, etc. These fees are listed in the Class Registration booklet for each term.

SJU Fees for New and Returning Students

2023-2024

Per SemesterPer Year
Student Life Fee$288.00$576.00
Technology Fee$157.00$314.00
Health Fee$176.00$352.00
Required Fees

The three fees described below are applied to all students for each semester they are registered. This includes those students studying abroad and those who are student teaching or interning off campus. These fees are also applied to students who are living off campus.

Health Fee:

This fee supports the CSB/SJU Health Services. Health Services has been designed with the specific needs of college-age men and women in mind, while assisting them in making good self-care decisions as they transition into adulthood. The students will find an experienced staff who can address these needs in a comfortable, confidential environment.

Primary care services offered to the students of Saint Ben’s and Saint John’s will include: preventative care such as routine physicals, travel consults, treatment of acute injuries, illnesses, mental health conditions; as well as vaccinations and screening programs.

Student Life Fee:

All events, programs, activities and facilities are made available to students. It is impossible to regulate who does/does not participate in events, activities and programs or who utilizes facilities made available to them. Therefore, the Student Life Fee is applied to all students, regardless of living arrangements. A percentage of the Student Life fee is paid directly to the Student Senate for the benefit of students to enhance their overall educational experience. Programs, events and activities are provided in which students have free access to attend.  Events, programs and activities include, but are not limited to speakers, performances, student clubs, intramurals and club sports. This fee also compensates after-hour bus service (during the week) and security for weekend bus service to enable student participation and attendance to these events. A percentage of the Student Life Fee is used to enhance student engagement and involvement in programs and activities on both campuses, including but not limited to, residential hall programs, spirituality groups/retreats, career service events, multicultural events and programs, and student health and wellness initiatives. The fee covers programming costs of these events and activities to allow students free access to attend. In addition, the Student Life Fee provides students free admission to varsity athletic events and free access to campus center facilities and athletic complexes on both campuses.  Funding is also provided for programming and operation costs for First Year Orientation, The Record (campus newspaper) and KJNB radio (campus radio station).

Technology Fee:

The technology fee is used to pay for all technology-related resources available to students residing on and off campus and those who are studying abroad. Among other things, the fee helps pay for e-mail accounts, network storage space, software licensing, the Banner system and internet services as well as technical support and training related to these services. Since the fee covers services provided to all CSB/SJU students, it cannot be waived for individuals.

SJU Housing for New and Returning Students

2023-2024

Residence HallPer SemesterPer Year
Seton – Apartments
Seton – Single
$3,567.00$7,134.00
Flynntown Apartments
Francis House – Apartment
Maur Apartments Placid Apartments
Vincent Court
$3,463.00$6,926.00
Benet Hall – Apartments
Marmion House
Tholl House
Virgil Michel – Apartments
$3,332.00$6,664.00
Benet – Single
Francis House – Single
Gregory House – Single
Thomas Hall – Single
$3,216.00$6,432.00
Virgil Michel – Suites$3,052.00$6,104.00
Bernard Hall – Suites$3,015.00$6,030.00
Benet Hall – Double
Bernard Hall – Double
Boniface Hall – Double
Boniface Hall – Single
Gregory House – Double/Triple
Mary Hall – Double
Patrick Hall – Double
Thomas Hall – Double
$2,885.00$5,770.00
Find more information about housing:

SJU Meal Plans for New and Returning Students

2023-2024

PlanPer SemesterPer Year
Continuous$3,180$6,360
Block$2,851$5,702
Apartment 80$1,250$2,500
Apartment 32$550$1,100
Find more details about meals plans: