Cost of Attendance

The University of Minnesota Morris is a national public liberal arts college committed to making a high-quality education available to students from across the country. Expenses for housing, meals, books and supplies, transportation, loan fees, and personal expenditures can vary.

2023–24 Cost of Attendance

ComponentsResidentNon-residentResident living with parent(s)
Required fees*$1,356$1,356$1,356
Miscellaneous personal expenses$1,500$1,500$1,500
Books, course materials, supplies and equipment**$1,000$1,000$1,000
Federal loan fees$100$100$100

*These costs are billed to your University student account.

**These costs may be billed to your University student account.


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Resident tuition applies to students who are Minnesota residents. Students who are residents of Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, or the province of Manitoba, Canada, may also qualify for resident tuition by completing a reciprocity agreement (see below).



Non-resident tuition applies to students who are not Minnesota residents and do not receive reciprocity (see below). International students should review the information on our Financial Certification page for a full review of estimated expenses.


The University has reciprocity agreements with the states of

and the province of Manitoba, Canada.

If you are a resident of any of these states or provinces, you may qualify for reciprocity tuition rates, which are the same as resident rates.

Non-resident and international students will be considered for our National Scholar Award at the time of admission to Morris.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

96% of first-year students receive financial aid. UMN Morris has a variety of financial aid programs to help you realize your educational goals and we’re ready to make the experience as easy as possible. Together, we’ll make sure you get the financial aid you need for a great education.

Learn more about our scholarships

Free Credits

UMN Morris has a tuition band, which means if you take more than 13 credits in a single semester, those additional credits are free of charge. This is a great savings, as many students take an average of 15 credits per semester in order to graduate in four years.

Net Price Calculator

Use the Net Price Calculator for Future Freshmen to get a sense of the types of need-based aid for which you may be eligible. This calculator is intended to assist you in your college planning.

Note: UMN Morris also awards a number of competitive scholarships that are not included in the calculator.
Use the Net Price Calculator