Our Four-Year Tuition Plan
FIXED NET TUITION
At UD, you’ll know the cost of a four-year education up front. UD grants and scholarships increase each year to offset any tuition increases, so your net tuition stays the same all four years.
Most universities charge you fees for labs, courses, orientation, etc. At UD, there are no surcharges, fees, or hidden expenses. There are no surprises here.
70% of students nationally have reported skipping buying books because of costs. At UD, if you visit campus and file the FAFSA, you can receive a textbook scholarship worth up to $4,000 over four years.
Because of our transparent tuition plan, graduates leave UD with an average student loan debt that’s below the national average for private four-year universities.
• Applied Mathematical Economics
• Computer Information Systems
• Computer Science
• Discover Sciences
• Environmental Biology
• Environmental Geology
• Medicinal-Pharmaceutical Chemistry
• Physical Science
• Physics—Computer Science
HEALTH AND SPORT SCIENCE MAJORS
• Health Science
- Exercise and Movement Science
- Integrative Physiology
- Occupational and Behavioral Studies
• Sport and Wellness
- Community Health
- Health and Fitness
- Sport Management
We are a top-tier national Catholic university.
In 2018, 100% of UD students who applied to dental school were admitted, and more than 70% were admitted to medical school.
As an undergrad, you can work alongside faculty on research projects—and maybe even get your own work published.
98% of Education and Health Sciences students are employed, volunteering, or in graduate school within six months of graduation.
With more than 8,200 full-time undergraduates, a 14:1 student-faculty ratio, and an average class size of 27
We don’t just travel—we make a difference. Through Global Brigades, the world’s largest student-led global health and sustainable development organization, you can serve communities in need.
When’s the game? Our Division I athletics offer thrills for athletes and spectators alike.
Our Marianist Catholic tradition embraces community, and approximately 85% of students live on campus all four years. It’s one of the reasons our students are among the happiest in the nation.