U of D Jesuit reaffirms its pledge to provide a high-quality education to families with the introduction of the new U of D Jesuit Income-Based Tuition Model, beginning in the 2024-25 academic year.

The U of D Jesuit Income-Based Tuition Model is an initiative tailored to align the cost of tuition with individual family budgets. This model offers adjustments based on annual family income, ranging from less than $50,000 up to $225,000. Families seeking reduced tuition will have their applications thoroughly reviewed for potential adjustments based on family size and other circumstances.

Included in the cost of tuition are the following:

  • ID card
  • Lab fee
  • Student admission to home athletic events
  • Student retreats
  • Student parking

Please read our FAQs for more information.

Families are responsible for cost of:

  • Textbooks (High School)
  • Personal student laptop/tablet (Device Requirements)
  • Athletic participation fees
  • Various course (material) fees for art, music, and PE classes
  • Breakfast and lunch are available for purchase in the school cafeteria

Please read our FAQs for more information.


Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Tuition Reduction

  • Over $4 million of tuition reduction to be awarded for the 2024-2025 academic year.

  • Tuition reduction may be available to families with other children in tuition-based elementary and secondary schools.

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University of Detroit Jesuit students

Meet Our Financial Aid Team

Patrick Howe

Class of 1971
Titles: Financial Aid Director
Phone Numbers:
School: 313-862-5400 ext. 2334

Annette Madden P '20

Titles: Financial Aid Coordinator & Admissions
Phone Numbers:
School: (313) 862-5400 ext. 2351