Cost: $20,428...Value: Unmatched
COMPETITIVE DEGREES ... plus
Over 100 graduate and undergraduate degrees offer you incredible options and notoriety -- from criminal justice to neuroscience. SVSU's College of Business ranks in the top 5% worldwide.
EXTRAORDINARY FACULTY ... plus
Every class at SVSU is taught by fulltime faculty, 83% of whom hold the highest degree in their field. Learn directly from some of the best professors in the nation, including one of Oxford University's Global Top 50 Educators.
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE ... plus
84% of SVSU students engage in study abroad, field based learning or volunteer work. Last year, our students earned 3,000 different placements for internships, competitive research and co-ops.
LOW DEBT ... plus
SVSU has the 2nd lowest average for student debt in Michigan. The average graduate has only $23,515 in loans. (2014)
HIGH FINANCIAL AID ... equals
SVSU offers more than $14 million in institutional aid each year. Over 84% of students receive financial aid through academic, merit and athletic scholarships. We also provide grants, loans and work study opportunities at SVSU.
Steps to Apply for Financial Aid
Use the net price calculator to get an estimate of aid for which you are already eligible.
Within a month of submission, look for your award letter online at my.svsu.edu. Our experts are constantly looking for ways to help you save and will update your record when they find something new for which you qualify.
Register for SOAR
A $95 deposit secures your orientation spot. This payment is due when reserving your SOAR orientation date.
THE CARDINAL PLEDGE
At SVSU, we have made a promise to every one of our students and their families to offer the most competitive prices in the state, without sacrificing the value of students’ education. SVSU’s invested dollars per student rank among the leading state schools, even though we keep our students’ costs lower through reasonable tuition and financial aid.
- Donald Bachand, SVSU President
You deserve an extraordinary education at an affordable cost.
Over 84% of students receive financial aid through academic, merit and athletic scholarships.