College Costs

Tuition and Fees for 2013-2014 Academic Year

Residency 

Annual Tuition and Fees 

North Dakota

$5846

Minnesota

$6410

Montana, South Dakota,
Manitoba (Canada) and Saskatchewan (Canada)

$7022

Other Non-Resident

$8198

Distance Education Students

$292 per credit hour

Estimate only. Residents of Minnesota qualify for reciprocity tuition rates. To be eligible, a student must file a current application for the academic year the student wishes to attend the institution, prior to or during the term or semester in which the student expects to receive tuition reciprocity benefits.  The completed application must be postmarked no later than the last day of scheduled classes.  A term or semester is deemed to run through the last day of scheduled classes as published in the academic calendar of the school.  The state agencies will not be financially liable for students enrolled under the reciprocity agreement who have not received prior approval and certification by the responsible agency. Minnesota reciprocity rates will not be finalized until July.
To apply for reciprocity rate, go to http://www.mheso.state.mn.us/hesod/reciprocity/applyl.cfm.

Room & Board 

Double Room

$2146

Single Room (Only available as space/numbers allow)

$2958

 

Monday-Friday (5 days)
10 meals per week with $100 flex per semester*

$3130

Monday-Sunday (7 days)
15 meals per week with $50 flex per semester*

$3190

Monday-Sunday (7 days)
19 meals per week with no flex money** 

$3436

65 meals with $50 flex money per semester (only available to DSU campus apartments and off-campus students.)

$520

* Flex money may be used for purchases in the snack bar.
** Two meals, brunch and dinner will be served on Saturday and Sunday.

Books and Supplies 

(estimate)

$1100

 

When estimating costs, please consider transportation, recreation, weekend meals, etc. These costs vary depending upon your personal needs. The figures on this page are subject to change without notice. $3400 estimate.