To help you plan to enroll at St. John’s University, we are
delighted to announce a Fixed Rate Tuition
Plan offering you and your family the potential to save more
than $3,000 over the four years of your undergraduate
Through enrollment in the St. John’s Fixed Rate Tuition Plan,
you will avoid future tuition increases by “locking in” at a
special fixed tuition rate.
With the St. John’s Fixed Rate Tuition Plan, you’ll pay the same
tuition each of your four undergraduate years at St. John’s.
For the 2013-2014 academic year, Fixed Rate Tuition has been set at
$38,500 per year, as compared to our Traditional Tuition Rate of
Even though you will be paying a premium in your first year of
college, based on the projections below you may realize substantial
savings by the end of your fourth year. (Please note if you plan to
attend The Peter J. Tobin College of Business or the Doctor of
Pharmacy program you will have a tuition differential added to your
annual tuition beginning in the third year of study. To
assist for future budgeting, for the 2013-2014 academic year, the
third year tuition differential for the Peter J. Tobin College of
Business is $1,550, and for the Doctor of Pharmacy, it is $5,280.
The tuition differential is charged to both Fixed Rate and
Traditional Tuition students).
Your estimated savings through enrollment in St. John’s Fixed
Rate Tuition Plan, depending on the rate of tuition increase over
four years, could be:
- If tuition increased 4.5% per year, savings over four years
would be $1,940
- If tuition increased 5.0% per year, savings over four years
would be $3,104
Just think—you will know the total cost of your four years of
undergraduate study before you even start college– and you and your
family will not have to worry about annual tuition increases.
To enroll in St. John’s Fixed Rate Tuition Plan, complete and
sign the Fixed Rate Tuition
Plan Contract and return it to the Office of student Financial
Services by June 14, 2013 so we can prepare your fall 2013
If you have any questions, please call our Office of Student
Financial Services at (718) 990-2000.