Calvin's hockey teams helped President Boer make the official Tuition Freeze announcement during practice.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Calvin University is announcing a tuition freeze for the 2023–24 academic school year. This one-year freeze, the “Freeze in ‘23,” is available to all degree-seeking undergraduate and graduate students, as another of Calvin’s effort to meet the needs of students and families. It was approved in two stages: for undergraduate students at the fall 2022 meeting of the university’s board of trustees, and for graduate students at the board’s meeting in January 2023.
“Every student, past, current, and future, matters to Calvin’s mission,” said Bruce Los, chair of the board. “Freezing tuition is one tangible way we can say to students: we see you, we value you, and we will stand in the gap to ensure your Calvin journey is affordable.”
President Wiebe Boer said that the announcement is the result of a university-wide commitment to student success.
“This tuition freeze exemplifies how the Calvin community rallies behind our students,” Boer said. “Our students are eager to hone their God-given gifts and skills so they can make the world a better place in every sector and every geography. We're excited to make them ready to do just that. This tuition freeze will help new students choose Calvin, and help our current students return with confidence.”
Calvin University awards students $79 million per year through scholarships, grants, loans, and work study—making a premier Christian education in the Reformed tradition a reality for remarkable students from around the corner and across the globe.
Learn more about Calvin University’s hallmark financial aid program. Find details on the Freeze in ‘23 at calvin.edu/go/freeze.
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