Cost of Attendance
Obtaining a degree is a significant investment in your future, and for many families, the cost is the determining factor in deciding on where to attend. Earning a college degree at a private institution may be more affordable than you think. At a private institution like ours, you are more likely to receive aid that does not have to be repaid in the form of grants and scholarships. The majority of our students receive some type of institutional aid and many students are also eligible for assistance from federal aid sources. Please visit our Tuition and Aid page for the average tuition costs, review our cost of attendance and financial aid information below, and contact us if you have additional questions.
Cost of Attendance for Full-Time Residential Undergraduate
The cost of attendance budgets below are used to determine your financial aid eligibility. It includes an estimated average for the federally allowed cost of attendance budget expenses for tuition, fees, books, supplies, room, board and other living expenses for an academic year (fall and spring semester). Your actual expenses may be different due to lifestyle choices and level of enrollment. Please use our Net Price Calculator to calculate your own estimated cost of attendance and an estimate of financial aid which you may be eligible to receive.
Academic Year 2021-2022
|Expenses||Living on Campus||Living off Campus||Living at Home|
|Tuition & Fees||$35,500||$35,500||$35,500|
|Room & Board||$9,286||$9,800||$4,643|
|Books & Supplies||$1,000||$1,000||$1,000|
Net Price Calculator
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Tuition and Fees
Houston Baptist University’s tuition, fees, room and board rates are set annually and are subject to change. All students pay the same tuition rate regardless of their state of residency. Undergraduate students who are enrolled in 12-18 hours pay a block rate and students are encouraged to take the maximum hours each semester in order to complete their degrees on time. Students who are enrolled in less than 12 undergraduate credit hours are charged on a per credit hour basis and those who are enrolled in more than 18 hours are charged a rate for the additional credit hours as well.