Live and learn the value of a liberal arts education at the Mount
Full-time undergraduate tuition for the 2018-2019 academic year for students taking 12-18 credit hours is $29,100/year or $14,550/semester. Learn more about the tuition and fees associated with an undergraduate degree.
Graduate tuition varies depending on the program that interests you. Learn more about the tuition and fees associated with a graduate degree.
Value of a liberal arts education
According to the Council of Independent Colleges, graduates of independent colleges and universities complete their bachelor’s degrees much sooner than their peers at other types of institutions—almost a year earlier than at public institutions and four years earlier than at for-profit institutions—which means fewer years of paying tuition and a quicker start at earning a salary.
Powerful return on investment
At the Mount:
- 98.5 percent of bachelor’s degree recipients found employment, according to a 2017 survey
- 97 percent of graduate degree recipients found employment, according to a 2017 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.
At the Mount we offer alternatives to paying your tuition in full. Learn how an interest-free monthly payment plan and tuition deferment can make paying tuition easier.
At the Mount, we offer three options for residence life: East and West, Center Suites and South East. Find out about the cost of residence living and how to select a room.
All students who live in the Residence Halls must select a meal plan. Learn more about dining at the Mount in our Fifth Third Bank Hall.
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 - Thursday: 8:30 am to 6:30 pm
Friday: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
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