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Detroit Mercy resets tuition to reflect a more precise cost of attendance

Students conduct an experiment in a lab at Detroit Mercy.Detroit Mercy will significantly lower its published tuition price to give more precise cost information to students and families. The goal is to encourage more academically talented students and their families to take a closer look at Detroit Mercy.

The Assure Your Boundless Future Tuition Reset will reset undergraduate tuition from $41,158 to $28,000 beginning the fall of 2018. The new price of $28,000 gives students and their families a more accurate cost of attendance at Detroit Mercy before scholarships and financial aid are awarded.

Over the last two years, Detroit Mercy has conducted extensive research on its tuition and the cost of other university competitors, as well as surveyed hundreds of prospective students and parents. Those analyses indicated that a tuition reset will not only increase prospective students’ awareness of the transformative, high-quality value of a Detroit Mercy education, but also attract and enroll even more academically talented students who may not have considered applying because of the published tuition price.

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Detroit Mercy resets tuition to 2008 levels to reflect actual student costs
Crain's Detroit | 11/20/17
University of Detroit Mercy is cutting the sticker price on its tuition to more accurately reflect what students pay after university-provided financial aid.

University of Detroit Mercy to reset undergraduate tuition
Click on Detroit | 11/20/17
University of Detroit Mercy announced that it would "significantly lower its published tuition price to give more precise cost information to students and families." 

University of Detroit Mercy to reset tuition
Detroit Free Press | 11/20/17
The University of Detroit Mercy will slash tuition for all undergraduate students — both new and current — by 30 percent, starting in the fall of 2018.

University of Detroit Mercy cuts undergrad tuition 30%
The Detroit News | 11/20/17
University of Detroit Mercy announced that it would roll its undergraduate tuition back to 2008 levels, slashing it more than 30 percent.

 

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