Although Viterbo University is a private institution, costs are moderate compared to other private institutions. Viterbo does offer merit-based scholarships (see below) to help offset the cost of tuition, which are based on the student's previous GPA.
*Note that students are required to pay tuition and fees in full before the first day of classes of the current semester.
2018-2019 Estimated Costs for a Year
|Item||Undergraduate one year|
|Tuition and Fees||$27,970|
|Room and Board||$9,060|
|Books, Supplies, and Health Insurance||$3,970|
|Estimated total||$41,000 (add $2,500 for each dependent per year)|
International Freshmen Scholarships for 2018-2019
|High School GPA||2.75||3.20||3.60||3.80|
All scholarship recipients are required to volunteer to serve as United Nations of Viterbo (international club) leaders and get involved in and organize student activities and community service. Renewal may be denied if these conditions are not met.
International Transfer Scholarships for 2018–2019
Scholarships are based on cumulative grade point average (GPA) from prior college(s).
|Cumulative College GPA||On-campus||Off-campus|
- To qualify, students must have earned a minimum of 12 college credits.
- Students must be enrolled full-time at Viterbo, with a minimum of 12 traditional undergraduate credits (non-ESL credits) for the semester.
- The international transfer scholarship is renewable up to four years, provided the student maintains a 2.00 minimum Viterbo cumulative grade point average.
- Recipients will have award reduced by $1,000 per academic year if they reside off campus.
- School of Adult Learning programs, Graduate and ESL students are excluded from this scholarship.
For an estimate of graduate program costs, contact Kenneth Felts, Director of International Admission at firstname.lastname@example.org.