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Tuition & Fees

Tuition and Fees 2016-2017

Comprehensive Fees Per Term Per Year  
Full-Time Tuition $19,278.00 $38,556.00  
Student Activity Fees   $365.00  
Technology Fee   $1,366.00  ($666.00 seniors)
Freshman Orientation Fee   $140.00  
International Student
Orientation Fee
(2 academic credits)
Residential Fees Per Term Per Year  
Units without kitchen (Main, Clewell, Bernhardt, Wilhelm, Rau-Hassler, Jo-Smith, Nitschmann, and Spangenberg) $3,396.00 $6,792.00  
Units with kitchen (Beck, DeSchweinitz, Greek houses, Hillsides, overflow, townhouses, and HILL) $4,042.00 $8,084.00  
Residential Security Deposit   $150.00  
Meal Plans Per Term Per Year  
Bronze Plan - Default for housing with kitchen  $2,049.00 $4,098.00  
Silver Plan - Default for housing without kitchen (see note) $2,649.00 $5,298.00  
Gold Plan - Optional for all housing options (see note) $2,949.00 $5,898.00  

* Board plan note: Residential students are required to have a Residential Meal Plan (Gold, Silver or Bronze).  First-year resident students must select either the Silver or Gold meal plan option. Students who have deposited but not yet selected a meal plan will be automatically enrolled in the Silver Plan.  Non-resident students are not required to select a meal plan; however, a number of meal plan options are available that more closely align with their dining needs. Information about all  meal plan options is available from the Office of Student Affairs.


All entering students are required to pay a deposit of $400.00 which will be applied to their tuition. 

Other Charges and Fees

Health and accident insurance is required for all Moravian students. A College-sponsored insurance policy is available for those who are not already covered by their own families’ policies. Information about the College-sponsored insurance is provided to students during the summer.

There are a number of other fees and charges which may be attendant upon a student’s matriculation at Moravian College, especially for such items or activities as orientation, laboratory materials, private music instruction, transcripts, late registration, late payments, overload or part-time tuition, course audits, and graduation. A full list of all such charges is available from the Bursar’s Office.

The specific charges listed above are good faith projections for the academic year 2016-2017. They are, however, subject to change from one academic term to the next as deemed necessary by the College in order to meet its financial obligations and to fulfill its role and mission.

All charges and fees are due three weeks prior to the beginning of classes each term.