Madonna University Reduces Summer Tuition; Offers Housing

May 01, 2017

LIVONIA, Mich. – Students can take classes at Madonna University this summer semester at discounted rates. Tuition for summer classes, which begin the week of May 15, has been reduced to $590 per credit hour, from $650. Students who take six credits or more can live in the residence hall for only the cost of a meal plan. “As long as they are taking classes, students can live in the residence hall,” said Mark Schroeder, director of undergraduate admissions at Madonna. 

Schroeder explained that there is no charge for the room, but students must choose one of two meal plans:  students taking classes for 6 weeks or less must choose the $750 meal plan, and those taking classes for 7 weeks or more must pay for the $1,500 meal plan. 

“This summer tuition discount with housing is great for current students, and it provides new students an opportunity to start early,” said Schroeder. “It’s also attractive to students who have come back to the area for the summer and want to take a couple classes.”  

The last day to register for summer classes is Friday, May 19. Questions about this program should be directed to Madonna’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 734-432-5339.

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