Tuition and Fees

As you consider the cost of a Barton education, keep in mind the value of a Barton education. The strength of our engaged-learning philosophy and the benefits of college on a first-name basis ensure that you graduate ready for the real world. You have a level of practical experience that sets you apart in the job market, and you’ve spent four years studying with professors who know your strengths and needs. Plus, our reputation makes us a college that employers and graduate schools respect. All of this makes Barton an investment that will pay dividends for the rest of your life.

Family A Sample Cost - $9,370

Family B Sample Cost

Tuition and Fees for 2014-2015

Full-Time Students Living on Campus (tuition per year)
Tuition $24,468
Combined Fees $2,196
Room (double occupancy) * $3,894
Board $5,012
Total $35,570
* For East Campus Suites: $4,722

Click here to learn about the payment options available through the Office of Business Affairs.

Net Price Calculator

Use College Board’s Net Price Calculator (NPC) to estimate your possible college cost. Remember: the NPC generates an estimate of your cost, not an actual binding amount.

Calculate Your Semester Payment

The following is an illustration of how to calculate the amount due. The charges for housing, meal plan and financial aid amounts listed may not apply to your individual situation. These figures are for illustration only.

Tuition and Fees per Semester
Tuition (full-time: 12-18 hours) $12,234
Combined Fees $1,098
Room (double occupancy) * $1,947
Board $2,506
Subtotal $17,785
Now deduct your Financial Aid award totals to determine your cost per semester. Do not include work study awards in your calculations.
Private Room rates and East Campus Suites are not quoted due to limited availability. Please contact the Office of Residence Life for more information (800-434-4781).

Part-Time Enrollment and Accelerated Professional Programs

For some students, enrolling part-time or taking courses under Accelerated Professional Programs best fits their schedules. To learn more about the tuition and fees for non-traditional enrollment, visit the Accelerated Professional Programs Tuition and Fees web page.