Tuition and Fees

2023-2024 Academic Year

Tuition $34,820
Room-Rent (standard-double)* $7,176
Board - 19-meal plan** $8,190
Fees*** $1,954
Total $52,140

Estimate Scholarships and Aid

ROOM/RENT OPTIONS*

Standard

$7,176

Standard – Single

$8,170

Singles (Augusta, Beamer, Blue Ridge, Caldwell, Chesapeake, Maxey, Ritter, Shenandoah, Tabor)

$9,224

Apartments – Single occupancy (Afton, Chesapeake, Elizabeth, Maxey)

$9,720

Apartments/Semi Suites – Double occupancy (Afton, Chesapeake, Crawford, Maxey)

$8,706

Doubles (Augusta, Blue Ridge, Chesapeake, Maxey, Shenandoah, Tabor)

$8,196

BOARD/MEAL PLAN OPTIONS**

19-meal plan

$8,190

14-meal plan

$6,984

9-meal plan

$4,378

All new freshmen residing on campus MUST participate in the 19-meal plan.  All other students, including new transfers, may select a 14-meal plan.  Students residing in the Afton or Maxey Hall apartments may purchase a 9-meal plan.  Students residing in Elizabeth Hall may opt out of either meal plan.  Students commuting from off campus may choose to purchase a meal plan.  To add or change a meal plan, contact the Roanoke College Business Office.

FEES***

Student Activities

$664

Residential Tech Fee 

$1,090

Commuter Tech Fee 

$810

Wellness Fee

$200

Orientation Fee

$150



Additional Fees Directly Billed to Select Students:

Cost per class: $2,312
Part Time Activity Fee: $66 (per semester)



Cost of Attendance: 

The compilation of a financial aid package is a very in-depth process that takes many factors into consideration.  No component, however, is more important than the cost of attendance.  It helps us determine your eligibility for aid by taking into account your enrollment status, dependency status and your living situation (i.e., in residence halls, with parents, off-campus).  The budget is not intended to be a dollar-by-dollar reflection of actual financial responsibilities.  Rather, it is an expression of the average or typical costs of maintaining an adequate standard of living for our students. 

The cost of attendance figure is composed of direct costs like those listed above (tuition, room, board and fees) which are subject to change each year.  It also includes an allotment for books, transportation expenses and miscellaneous expenses.  Here are the components that Roanoke College uses when calculating budgets each year:

Tuition (listed above)
Room/Rent (listed above)
Board/Meal Plan (listed above)
Fees (listed above)
Additional ESTIMATED Indirect Costs: 

Off campus Room and Board:  $15,564
W/Parents Room and Board:  $13,554
Independent Student Room and Board:  $15,752
Books: $1,000
Transportation: $1,250
Personal Spending: $1,000
Estimate for Computer: $1,800 (1st time students only)

Students who are interested in their specific cost of attendance compilation are welcome to contact the financial aid office directly and a worksheet will be provided.

Roanoke College offers an affordable first rate college education. Be sure to check out the links below for some useful information that will help RC become a reality for you!

How Do I Pay For College?
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Financial Aid Links