Admission & Financial Aid


Tuition & Payments

The Office of Student Business Services assists students in understanding their semester billing. This office emails semester bills and monthly statements to students if they have a balance. The staff also offers support for the monthly tuition payment plan that is offered through our third party provider, processes student refunds, issues book vouchers (if the student has a credit/negative balance), and ensures payments on the student tuition account are posted accurately. The office also manages student accounts that are not currently enrolled but are in a collection status. Learn more about the methods of payment available to current undergraduate students. 

Any student registered for any course, whether full time or part time at Concordia University Chicago, is responsible for financial obligations resulting from tuition and fees not covered by financial aid or any other source.

Traditional undergraduate academic year cost for the 2020–2021 academic year:


Per Year

Per Semester


Tuition * $32,660 $16,330

河北快3平台网址Part time: $978

Overload: $489*

Technology Fee $414 $207  
Wellness/Medical Fee $134 $67  
Student Activity Fee $332 $166  
Registration and Records Fee $86 $43  
Student Green Fee $10 $5  
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Total (commuter) $33,636 $16,818  
Room & Board ** $10,226 $5,113  
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Total $43,862 $21,931  
* Full-time academic load consists of 12–18 credits per semester. An "overload" is 18.5 credits or above.
** Basic Room and Board Plan rate for residential students; based on standard two-person room occupancy
NOTE: The tuition and fees listed above are standard. These numbers do not reflect the following: science lab fees or other fees associated with course registration; applied music lab fees; course credit by exam; credit for prior learning; parking tickets; lost room or mailbox keys; replacement ID card; etc. Contact the Office of Student Business Services for specific details about additional fees.

Fee information for new/admitted students is available from your Admission Counselor or via the admitted student portal, .