Invest in Your Brilliance

Yes, you and your family can afford a private education at Moravian University!

Helping You Complete the FAFSA

Whether it's your first time or your fourth time, we know that filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) can be overwhelming and intimidating. That’s why Moravian University’s Office of Financial Aid Services is here to guide you every step of the way.

Our FAFSA Guide

Your Yearly Costs

Below are the estimated costs of tuition, fees, and average room and board for the 2024–2025 academic year. But don’t let the sticker price scare you—all of our students receive financial aid, so families from all economic backgrounds can afford a Moravian education.

$51,569

Study Abroad

Tuition

$1,931

Work Experience

Fees

$15,812

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Room & Board

Average Annual Cost

Don’t Let the “Sticker Price” Scare You!

The average annual cost for a Moravian student is $27,801. This is a significant decrease from our “sticker price.” But how is this possible? Well, your actual cost is amount left over after scholarships, grants, work study, and loans have been applied. Apply for admission and financial aid to find out what YOUR actual cost will be!

Apply for Financial Aid
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Estimate Your Costs

Setting You Up For
Financial Success

You may be wondering what life—and your bank account—will look like after graduating from Moravian. The answer may surprise you!

Median yearly earnings

$64,389

Above national average for 4-year colleges

Moravian Graduate LOAN DEFAULT RATE

0%

Compared to 7.3% nationally

MEDIAN TOTAL DEBT
AFTER GRADUATION

$27,000

Based on Federal Direct Loan repayment only

TYPICAL MONTHLY
LOAN PAYMENT

$270

Based on a standard 10-year payment plan