|Program||*Tuition Cost for one (1) 3-credit course||*Tuition cost for two (2) 3-credit
courses in same semester
|Undergraduate (0100-0300 level courses) rate||$945||$1,890|
|Graduate (0400-0600 level courses) rate||$1,050||$2,100|
|Masters of Social Work||$1,350||$2,700|
|Audit (there is an additional $25 per class materials fee when you audit Art courses)||$150 for undergraduate and
$150 for graduate course
($50 per credit)
|$300 for six (6) undergraduate credits and
$300 for six (6) graduate credits
|Tuition – per credit||Rate|
|Undergraduate (0100-0300 level courses)||$315/credit (Effective Fall 2018)|
|Graduate (0400-0600 level courses)||$350/credit (Effective Fall 2018)|
|Masters of Social Work||$450/credit (Effective Fall 2018)|
|RN-to-BSN Program||$365/credit (Effective Fall 2018)|
Student Teaching Fee: $250 per placement (Effective Fall 2017)
Psychology Practicum Fee: $100
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Prices are subject to change without advance notice.
Note: On or about June 30, 2017, credit and debit card payments of educational expenses will be charged a 2.5% service fee. To avoid this fee, consider paying via e-check when making an online payment. To learn more about the fee, read the Credit Card Fee FAQ's.
Refunds of tuition and instructional fees for credit courses, if any, are made on the basis of the date and time of receipt of a student's withdrawal, with appropriate signatures. Non-payment does not result in withdrawal from a course. Students who officially withdraw from a course after the second scheduled class meeting must obtain the signature of the faculty member, undergraduates require their advisor signature as well. The registration fee is non-refundable. There are no refunds for the Winter session after the course has begun.
For refund and withdrawal purposes, Online and Brick & Click courses are deemed to begin “meeting” on the first day of the semester at 9 a.m., unless otherwise noted. They will be considered “meeting” as other in-person courses that begin the first day of the term (i.e., once per week for fourteen weeks in fall/spring, twice per week for six weeks in the summer). This refund and withdrawal schedule follows this “meet” schedule and is effective regardless of individual student login.
A student wishing to withdraw voluntarily from the University must confer first with the PA Program Director. Refunds of tuition and instructional fees, if any, are made on the basis of the date and time of receipt of a student’s withdrawal. Non-payment does not result in withdrawal from the University. Students who officially withdraw from the University after the first day of the semester will receive a designation of ‘W’ on their transcript.
**After the semester starts, but before the first class meeting, no refund on the $75 Registration Fee and the $75 Educational Service Fee.
In addition, there will be no refunds made on the following fees after the semester begins: Late Payment Fee, Delayed Payment Fee, Student Identification Fee. This policy is in accordance with the 1998 Financial Aid Reauthorization Act. It will be reviewed annually by the Vice President of Finance and the Board of Trustees. This policy also is subject to change without prior written notification.
|Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certification||$50|
Program deposit (non-refundable)
|Transcript and Official Letter Request Fees|
|Official Letter||No cost|
|Transcript fee - normal processing||$2/each|
|Transcript fee - 24 hour processing||$5/each|
|New Student I.D. Card (validated each semester)||$10|
|Replacement I.D. Card||$30|
|Late registration fee||$50|
|Late Withdrawal Fee
(see registration calendar in semester catalog)
|Nursing Fee- 4-year BSN students only||$579 each (Effective Fall 2018)
fall & spring semester
(Coverage from August 1, 2018 to July 31, 2019)
*Price subject to change each academic year
|$2,985 (full year)|
|Delayed Payment Fee (non-refundable)||$100|
|Returned Check Fee||$25|
|Commencement Fee (assessed semester of graduation)||$75|
|Parking fee||$60 for CGCE students in night classes.
$100 for CGCE students in day classes.