MICHIGAN RESIDENT (ESTIMATED)
2020-21 ACADEMIC YEAR
TUITION AND MANDATORY FEES
Fulltime students take an average of 14 credit hours per semester
BOOKS AND SUPPLIES
COST OF ATTENDANCE
HOUSING AND MEALS: $10,850
SVSU voted the best dorms in Michigan and #1 in the nation (Niche.com)! Students select weekly meal plans or a block plan option; whatever fits you best.
At SVSU, freshmen are encouraged to bring cars on campus—there are no parking fees.
NON-RESIDENT/ INTERNATIONAL STUDENT
Standard tuition for non-resident/ international students is $24,639. All other fees average the same.
Tips & Facts
Take the time to investigate your personal financial circumstances. For most students, enrolling at SVSU as a freshman will mean lower total costs by graduation than if you had transferred from another college or university.
You should complete the FAFSA to receive your maximum aid at SVSU. Complete your application at FAFSA.gov. List SVSU; our code is 002314.
SVSU also has financial aid awards reserved exclusively for Veterans.
The number one employer of SVSU graduates is The Dow Chemical Co., a Fortune 100 company.
If you live outside of Michigan and have a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA, you can come to SVSU at a significantly reduced out-of-state tuition rate with our Red and White Scholarship.
Steps to Apply for Financial Aid
Estimate your costs
Use the net price calculator to get an estimate of aid for which you are already eligible.
Apply for financial aid
Fill out your FAFSA.
SVSU Code: 002314
Within a month of submission, look for your SVSU award letter. Then, keep checking my.svsu.edu throughout the spring. SVSU has financial aid experts that will meet one-on-one with you to find the best possible financial aid package for you. You can keep track of your award package from your SVSU student account.