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Office of Financial Aid

Understanding Your Award Letter

2012-2013 Tuition & Fees

If You Live On-Campus

Tuition:
$25,530
Mandatory Fees*:
$750
Room and Board:
$10,950
Total:
$37,230
* Freshman and transfer students should add a $225.00 New Student Orientation fee.

In addition to these direct costs, the College recommends you consider budgeting for living allowances, books and supplies, transportation, loan origination fees, and miscellaneous expenses. We recommend the following budget based on census data.

Books and Supplies:
$1,500
Transportation:
$860
Personal/Misc.:
$2,500
Loan Origination:
$90
Total:
$4,950

Tuition Rates (Per Semester)

Full-time (12+ credits): $12,765
Per Semester, Per Credit Hour
Part-time (< 12 credits):
$850
Summer Online:
$450
Summer Part-time:
$895
Overload Tuition:
$685
Audit Tuition:
$400

Additional Fees

You may encounter these additional fees depending upon your class year, program of study, or insurance programs you opt to participate in.

New Student Orientation:
$225
Admissions Application:
$50
Medical Insurance:
$975
Malpractice:
$40 (depending on your major)
Graduation Fee:
$150

If You Live Off-Campus

Tuition:
$25,530
Mandatory Fees*:
$370
Total:
$25,900
* Freshman and transfer students should add a $225.00 New Student Orientation fee.

In addition to these direct costs, the College recommends you consider budgeting for living allowances, books and supplies, transportation, loan origination fees, and miscellaneous expenses. We recommend the following budget based on census data.

Living Allowance:
$8,550
Books and Supplies:
$1,500
Transportation:
$860
Personal/Misc.:
$2,500
Loan Origination:
$90
Total:
$13,500

Tuition Rates (Per Semester)

Full-time (12+ credits): $12,765
Per Semester, Per Credit Hour
Part-time (< 12 credits):
$850
Summer Online:
$450
Summer Part-time:
$895
Overload Tuition:
$685
Audit Tuition:
$400

Additional Fees

You may encounter these additional fees depending upon your class year, program of study, or insurance programs you opt to participate in.

New Student Orientation:
$225
Admissions Application:
$50
Medical Insurance:
$975
Malpractice:
$40 (depending on your major)
Graduation Fee:
$150

If You Live with Your Parents

Tuition:
$25,530
Mandatory Fees*:
$370
Total:
$25,900
* Freshman and transfer students should add a $225.00 New Student Orientation fee.

In addition to these direct costs, the College recommends you consider budgeting for living allowances, books and supplies, transportation, loan origination fees, and miscellaneous expenses. We recommend the following budget based on census data.

Living Allowance:
$2,250
Books and Supplies:
$1,500
Transportation:
$860
Personal/Misc.:
$2,500
Loan Origination:
$90
Total:
$7,200

Tuition Rates (Per Semester)

Full-time (12+ credits): $12,765
Per Semester, Per Credit Hour
Part-time (< 12 credits):
$850
Summer Online:
$450
Summer Part-time:
$895
Overload Tuition:
$685
Audit Tuition:
$400

Additional Fees

You may encounter these additional fees depending upon your class year, program of study, or insurance programs you opt to participate in.

New Student Orientation:
$225
Admissions Application:
$50
Medical Insurance:
$975
Malpractice:
$40 (depending on your major)
Graduation Fee:
$150

Tuition Information for Master’s, ASAP, and Additional Programs

Graduate, ASAP, and online course rates are calculated Per Credit Hour (excluding the Summer ESL Program).

Master’s of Science in:
Literacy
$615
Occupational Therapy
$875
Management, Intl. Business
$795
Management (ASAP)
$615
Criminal Justice Administration (ASAP)
$615
Nursing (ASAP) $730
Bachelor’s of Science in:
Organizational Management (ASAP) $450
Criminal Justice (ASAP) $450
Social Work (ASAP) $450
Nursing (ASAP) $510
Additional program rates:
Online (traditional undergraduate) $450
WODE Online (undergraduate) $450
WODE Online (graduate) $585
Summer ESL Program $4,000/program