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TextbookX is now the official source of textbooks and textbook information for McPherson College. Students can save an average of 60% off list price when they shop on the TextbookX marketplace. Visit the Online Bookstore today to shop for new, used, eBooks, rental and marketplace books.

 

Academic Support

The Royer Center provides a variety of help services and instruction in strategies for success at McPherson College. We offer subject tutors in our Tutoring Program, writing tutors in The Writing Center, and instruction in study skills and reading skills, through two courses, ID100 College Learning Skills and ID106 College Reading Skills.

 

We also welcome walk-ins who are seeking help with a variety of college success skills (time management, note-taking, test-taking, stress management, etc.).

The Royer Center also provides Academic Disability Services for students with documented learning disabilities or other disabilities, temporary or permanent, that substantially affect a student’s learning process. If you need assistance with this, please contact Carole Barr, by email barrc@mcpherson.edu or by phone, ext. 2507 or direct dial 620-242-0507.

 

The Writing Center

Our writing tutors, working regular hours and by appointment, provide a tutoring service for any students, faculty, or staff who want assistance with a writing project.  Tutors are trained to help at any stage of the writing process, with writers of any skill level.  We provide the service free of charge.

Tutoring Program

Our subject tutors provide a tutoring service in almost any subject being offered at McPherson College.  We provide the service free of charge.  If you need a tutor, please contact Carole Barr, by email barrc@mcpherson.edu or by phone, ext. 2507 or direct dial 620-242-0507.

 

Academic Advising

Academic advising at McPherson College is an intentional relationship between advisor and student as they plan and reach the student’s educational, career, and personal goals.

Academic Advisor Profiles

Freshman Guide

Housing & Student Demographic Applications

Going to be a Bulldog in 2020-21? Complete this application as well as this student profile.

Applying off-campus? Submit this application before February 1, 2020, for full consideration. Don't forget to complete this update, too. 

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Tuition & Fees

The estimated annual costs to attend McPherson College for 2019-2020 for a full-time, undergraduate student are $38,659. This includes tuition, fees, room and board (based on Standard Room and Meal plan).

However, your costs may be lower because you will likely qualify for financial aid. 100% of our students receive financial assistance each year from McPherson College Scholarships and Awards, federal/state programs, work-study programs, and educational loans.

McPherson College has established a financial aid awarding policy that considers a variety of factors including Academic Achievement, participation in Co-curricular Activities, and Financial Need. Our goal is to award enough financial assistance to provide incentive, recognition, and access.

Costs for 2019-2020

Tuition and Fees: $30,077
Up to 16 credit hours per semester, access to unlimited internship and career service opportunities, on-campus tutoring, on-on-one relationship with faculty for courses and advising, excellent academic preparation to help you succeed at McPherson College and life.

Room and Board: $8,582
Room includes wired and wireless internet, carpeted floors, air conditioning and heat, convenient parking, safety and multiple campus activities. Board includes multiple menu options daily with a fresh salad bar, pasta bar, deli sandwiches and vegetarian options prepared by on-site chef and staff.

2019-2020 Total: $38,659
Based on Standard Room and Meal plan. See detailed regular fees and charges below. The national average cost of tuition, fees, room and board at four-year, non-profit private colleges is $46,950 per year. (Trends in Education, CollegeBoard, 2017)