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Costs and International Student Scholarships

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 and TOEFL/SAT score.

*Note that students are required to pay tuition and fees in full before the first day of classes of the current semester.

2013–2014 Estimated Costs for a Year

Item Undergraduate one year
Technology Fee $400
Student Activity Fee $190
Meal Plan$4,300
Health Insurance$1,900
Books and Miscellaneous Fees$1,000
Estimated total$35,270

International Scholarships

Merit Excellence Signature
TOEFL/SAT 71/980 81/1050 91/1130
High School GPA 2.75 3.20 3.60
On-campus $7,000 $9.000 $11,000
Off-campus $5,000 $7,000 $9,000
Renewal GPA 2.50 2.75 3.00

TOEFL is Internet-based.
SAT is combined Reading and Math.
All scholarship recipients are required to volunteer to serve as International Club leaders and get involved in, and organize, student activities and community service. Renewal may be denied if these conditions are not met.