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Tuition & Affordability

We believe that money shouldn't stand in your way of a great Jesuit education at U of D Jesuit.

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, though we encourage all families to apply for tuition reduction regardless of their annual income. Families seeking reduced tuition will have their applications thoroughly reviewed for potential adjustments based on family size and other circumstances.


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 2024-2025 academic year.

Academy Tuition for 2024-2025 (Grades 7-8)

$50,000 $2,500 (or less)
$75,000 $4,100 (or less)
$100,000 $6,100 (or less)
$125,000 $7,500 (or less)
$150,000 $9,500 (or less)
$175,000 $11,600 (or less)
$200,000 $12,900 (or less)
>$225,000 $13,600 (or less)

High School Tuition for 2024-2025 (Grades 9-12)

$50,000 $3,200 (or less)
$75,000 $4,800 (or less)
$100,000 $7,100 (or less)
$125,000 $8,900 (or less)
$150,000 $10,700 (or less)
$175,000 $13,400 (or less)
$200,000 $15,900 (or less)
>$225,000 $17,800 (or less)

How to apply for Tuition Reduction 

1. Submit an application in FACTS Grant & Aid at: FACTS Application

2. Upload your Federal Tax Return(s) to FACTS for 2021 and 2022. Please include Schedules 1, A, B, C, D, E and F when applicable.

3. Upload your W2(s) for 2023 to FACTS.

4. If you feel separate tax returns, tax returns for both parents need to be uploaded to FACTS.

5. Other required documents (where relevant):

  •  IRS 4506-T Form - a completed and signed form is required for all applicants.
  •  Policy for Divorced, Separated or Single Parents/Guardians - It is requested that both parents submit a financial aid application.
  •  Policy for Self Employed or Business Owners - If either parent is self-employed, this form needs to be completed. We will also expect that the tax documents pertaining to the business are also uploaded to FACTS, such as, Schedule C, K-1 and 1120S, when applicable.

6. The Tuition Reduction Committee will review your application for tuition reduction once the following are complete:

  •  FACTS application is complete and verified.
  •  Additional documentation is completed and received, see #5 above.

For more information on tuition reduction or required documentation, please contact our Financial Aid Office at or 313-927-2351.

Tuition Reduction FAQS

Additional Reduction Opportunities

Meet our Financial Aid Team

Patrick Howe

Patrick Howe

Class of 1971
Titles: Financial Aid Director
Annette Madden

Annette Madden

Titles: Financial Aid Coordinator & Admissions

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