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Tuition and Fees

When choosing a college, it makes sense to look at costs, but that is only one factor to consider as you plan for your future.  Quality of education, your abilities and interests, and the college's programs, location and alumni success should all play a role in your decision. The DePauw Financial Aid Office will work with you to find the best combination of options for funding your education. 

Summary of Expenses

Direct Costs for 2014-2015
Tuition: $42,050
Housing & Meals: $11,200
Health Service Fee: $280
Student Activity Fee: $226
Recreation Fee $190
Housing Programs Fee: $80
Total:

$54,026

Detailed information on student billing and payments is available from the Cash Receipts Office and also the University Catalog.

International students should refer to the cost of attendance breakdown outlined on the International Admission page

Indirect Costs

Indirect costs refer to those expenses that students incur by attending college but are not billed directly to their account. Indirect costs include travel, books, supplies and other miscellaneous personal expenses which can vary considerably from individual to individual. DePauw estimates that most students will spend $2,200 per year on indirect costs.

Required Laptop

All enrolled students must have a laptop computer for use in course work and campus activities. Read more about the Student Laptop Program.