93 percent of undergraduate students at the University receive some form of financial aid.
Last academic year $13.8 million in scholarships and grants were awarded to our undergraduate students. At the Mount, the average full-time freshman receives $13,288 in scholarship and grant funds.
Full-time, undergraduate tuition for Mount students taking 12-18 credit hours costs $25,850 for the year or $12,925 for the semester.
Graduate tuition varies depending on the program that interests you.
Value of a liberal arts education
More than 3.7 million students have chosen a private liberal arts and sciences education. Nearly 80 percent of these students were able to earn their degrees in four years or less, compared to just less than 50 percent at four-year state institutions.
Powerful return on investment
At the Mount:
- 36.4 percent of co-op students received a job with their co-op employer following graduation
- 83.5 percent of bachelor’s degree recipients found employment, according to a 2010 survey
- 79.6 percent of graduate degree recipients found employment, according to a 2010 survey
Applying for and receiving financial aid can be a tricky process, but we’re here to help. The Office of Student Administrative Services looks forward to working with you to explore all your financial aid options. We're here to answer your questions about university costs and eligibility for financial assistance including scholarships, grants, loans and more.
Contact the Office of Student Administrative Services
The Office of Student Administrative Services provides financial aid support to students at the Mount. If you have questions about applying for and receiving financial aid, contact us today.
Kathryn Kelly, Director
Phone: (513) 244-4418
5701 Delhi Road
Cincinnati, OH 45233-1670
Monday – Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm