Holy Family University’s President, Sister Maureen McGarrity, CSFN, PhD, announced on January 3 in a letter to students that the undergraduate tuition rate and room and board fees for 2018-19 will remain unchanged.
“One of the biggest challenges facing our students today has to do with the increase in cost for higher education,” McGarrity said. “Holy Family University is committed to keeping our institution as financially friendly to our students as possible. I am proud to announce that our 2018-19 undergraduate tuition rate will remain the same as the previous year. Similarly, for the fourth consecutive year, our room and board rates will also remain unchanged. This will allow Holy Family University to continue to provide quality education at an affordable rate.”
Citing a tradition of affordability and value in her message, Sister Maureen said that she wanted to share this information with students as soon as possible to facilitate their planning for the new academic year.
Holy Family University was recognized by Money® magazine as a 2017-2018 Best College, and was previously named a Money® Added Value All-Star for three consecutive years. In 2015, The Economist ranked Holy Family University #11 in the nation for economic value, while NPR ranked the University a top 50 school in the nation for upward mobility. In 2016, The Chronicle of Higher Education ranked HFU #10 in the nation for colleges with the best salary outcomes.