At Clarks Summit University, you will learn to think critically from a biblical worldview. While the cost of higher education may seem high, the learning and instruction you will receive and apply in Christian leadership are priceless.
The Financial Aid Office will work with you to make your college years affordable. Don’t let the full cost of tuition and fees overwhelm you. Over 98 percent of our students received financial assistance last year—totaling nearly $5 million. Almost all of our students qualify for financial aid, and you can too.
2018–19 Costs before Financial Aid
|Room and Board (21-Meal Plan)||$6,390|
*Flat rate cost for 12–18 credits per semester.
Clarks Summit University provides these net price calculators as an early guide in planning for the cost of college. The Freshman and Transfer calculators provide estimates based on the award policies of the 2017–2018 academic year and are subject to change.
It would be helpful to have the following items—for student and parents, as applicable—close by before you begin the calculator:
– Most recent federal income tax returns.
– W-2 forms.
– Any required schedules.
– Recent bank statement.
– IRA deductions and payments.
– Child support received.
– Grade point averages.
Net Price Calculator
Discover details on financial aid and other scholarships for which you may be eligible.
View the fee schedules.
In addition to residence halls and meal plans for undergraduates, Clarks Summit University has a limited number of apartments for married students in Woolsey Hall. These are three-room efficiency apartments with a kitchen, living area, bedroom and bath. The cost is $600 per month. It includes all utilities (electricity, heat, local phone, high-speed Internet, water, sewer, trash). It does not include cable television service.
Estimate your payments by using the 17-18 Student Budget Worksheet for On-Campus Students or the 17-18 Student Budget Worksheet for Online Students.