Our graduates believe in the value of a Rhodes education.

You’ll receive a rigorous and competitive education with access to challenging internships and meaningful service activities to prepare you for life in the broader world. Rhodes graduates also have an exceptionally high rate of acceptance into graduate and professional programs.

What is the annual price of a Rhodes education?

The 2011-2012 fees:

  Resident Students Commuter Students
Tuition $36,154 $36,154
Fees $310 $310
Room and Board (21 meals/week, standard multiple occupancy) $8,976  
Total $45,440 $36,464

Students, both resident and commuter, should allow approximately $1,070 for books and supplies.  You should also allow for transportation and personal expenses.  In addition, evidence of health insurance is required in order to enroll at Rhodes.

ACS Tuition Exchange Program

For more information on our Associated Colleges of the South tuition exchange program, visit the ACS website.