School of Music > Admission & Aid > Financial Aid > Undergraduate
The School of Music’s undergraduate tuition is billed as a guaranteed package rate, meaning you pay one flat fee each year for all of your coursework, between 12 to 18 credits per quarter, and you are billed the same rate each year you are in a program for up to four years. In other words, the tuition rate from your first year of the program is locked in place. Tuition for undergraduate students entering in the fall of 2020 is $41,814.00 per year. Tuition is billed in thirds and due at the beginning of each quarter.
If you apply to the School of Music by the application deadline (January 5 - extended deadline), you’ll automatically be considered. The School of Music Award amounts will vary and will be determined by the musical and academic achievements of each applicant paired with the School of Music’s ensemble and departmental needs. Both freshman and transfer applicants are eligible for this award.
All need-based financial aid is based on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is available online at studentaid.gov.
To have your FAFSA results reported to the School of Music, enter DePaul University’s FAFSA code, 001671, in the college section.
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