apply now campus visit costs majors request info contact us Before you start ...Please understand that this can only provide an estimate. Every student is unique and this calculator cannot take into account all variables. It should be good enough to give you an idea of what to expect, but we can not guarantee its accuracy. Also, please fill out your FAFSA! The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is an integral part of getting financial aid at any university in America. We can supply a generic EFC below, but this will be much more accurate if you can provide the EFC (Expected Family Contribution) from your FAFSA. The net price calculator gives a pretty good idea of your estimated financial obligation, however it's not a guarantee, and it's not exact.Tell us about yourself I am a ... First-time freshmanTransfer student What major will you be working toward? All other studiesInternational Rescue and ReliefMusicNursing Will you be living on campus? YesNo Will you need health insurance? est. $1,656 YesNo Summer Earnings How much of your summer earnings do you plan to put toward tuition? Or let us do the math for you I'm going to work about hours per week for weeks earning per hour. I'm also going to get the Union Bonus for students working at ... Task force double your money up to $2,000 Student Missionary double your money up to $2,000 Literature evangelism double your money up to $2,000 A Seventh-day Adventist summer camp double your money up to $1,500 No bonus How much do you plan to work during the academic year? 5 hrs/week10 hrs/week15 hrs/week20 hrs/week Estimated earningsEstimates based on $9/hr for 30 weeks entire school yearMost freshmen work 10-15 hours per week. Research shows that students who work 10-15 hours per week will manage their time better and get better grades.Government grants When you fill out the Federal Application for Free Student Aid (FAFSA.gov), it helps Union know how much student aid you will receive from the government. Please enter the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from your FAFSA here: The average student recieves $5,500, so it's a good guess if you don't know for sure yet it probably won't throw your estimate off much.Scholarships from UnionEnter your high school GPA and ACT or SAT score so we can calculate your scholarship. with a GPA n/aof 3.90of 3.75of 3.50of 3.25of 3.00below 3 ACT or SAT n/aACT 33 or SAT 1500ACT 29 or SAT 1360ACT 27 or SAT 1290ACT 23 or SAT 1140ACT 20 or SAT 1030below ACT 20 or SAT 1030 Determined by your student status, GPA, and ACT or SAT score Employer contributions Does your employer or your parent's employer assist with tuition costs? If so, how much? Does your parent work for the Seventh-day Adventist church? YesNo Monthly cost After work, grants and scholarships, your estimated monthly cost is: Divide the remainder by 10, to get your monthly payment.Payment plan Family contribution: monthly National research shows that it costs about $800/month to feed and house a teenager. If you're not living at home, your family can put some of that towards a college education. Subsidized and unsubsidized loans annual Remember, you have to pay back loans. Next stepIf you haven't already, please apply to Union now! The application is free and provides us with information to give you more detailed information.