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University lowers summer undergraduate tuition

The University of Dayton is lowering summer undergraduate tuition to help students who wish to use the summer months to advance toward their degrees.

Summer 2021 tuition will be $875 per credit hour, a 46% reduction from the original published rate for undergraduate courses. The University also will enhance the summer schedule with a broad range of in-person and online course offerings.

“The new summer tuition complements our transparent approach to tuition,” said Jason Reinoehl, vice president for strategic enrollment management. “It offers additional opportunities for current and incoming UD students and allows them to better plan for and reach their education goals, including those working to get a head start on their UD degree or those aiming to graduate in less than four years. The lowered summer pricing is part of our mission-based approach to drive greater affordability, and enables greater flexibility for students to attain their educational goals.”

Because of the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, the summer schedule is subject to change due to public health considerations. View the summer class schedule online starting March 8 at and find additional details online about summer financial aid. 


News and Communications Staff