Tuition and Fees - Financial Aid | Judson University Christian College

Tuition & Fees 2016-2017

Traditional Undergraduate Tuition
Tuition: $13,925 $27,850
Student Life Fee: $240 (commuter: $210) $480 (commuter: $420)
Technology Fee: $200 $400
Room and Board: $4,825 $9,650 (19 Meal Plan)
$4,725 $9,450 (14 Meal Plan)
$4,595 $9,190 (10 Meal Plan)

We also figure in our budget some Indirect Costs that the student may have while attending Judson University. These costs are not charged to the student's account.

Additional Estimated Costs
Books: $635 $1,270
Transportation: $375 $750
Personal/Misc: $750 $1,500

The Student Accounts office can be reached at 847-628-2050.

Want to Know the Actual Cost?

Don't be scared by the sticker price. A wide variety of scholarships and grants may be available based on your academic merit and financial need. Calculate your estimated costs using our Net Price Calculator or see the Grants and Scholarships page for a general break-down of available aid.

FAFSA Information

Filing Your FAFSA: To Complete your Free Application For Federal Student Aid, please visit

Judson FAFSA School Code: 001700

Important FAFSA Dates

October 1

Earliest date to submit your FAFSA. Beginning in 2017-18 FAFSA, students are required to report information from an earlier tax year (2015 income and tax information instead of 2016 income and tax information). Illinois residents are encouraged to submit their FAFSA as close to October 1 as possible to receive full consideration for the MAP Grant.

November 15

Priority Deadline for Illinois Residents

February 1

FAFSA Priority Deadline to receive priority consideration for Judson University financial aid. FAFSAs will still be received and evaluated after the priority deadline.

Financial Aid Counselors

Our counselors are here to help you through the financial aid process at Judson University. You can meet with your counselor at an upcoming campus preview day, or at a campus visit. You may also send them an email about any financial aid questions you might have.

Who's My Counselor?

You Can Afford It

At Judson we are committed to creating an affordable option for students from lower-income families in our surrounding communities to experience the excellent education that our university provides. Pay zero dollars up front out of pocket to become a student. This no money upfront tuition opportunity applies to high school seniors and transfer students for our traditional undergraduate programs who live within 45 miles of our Elgin campus.

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