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2018-19 Undergraduate Tuition and Fees

Campus Charges Semester Year
Undergraduate Tuition (12-18 credit hours) $18,380 $36,760
Room and Board $5,580 $11,160
Activity Fee (non-refundable) $75 $150
General Services Fee (non-refundable) $100 $200
Total charges – Resident $24,135 $48,270


Other Charges  
Part time tuition per credit hour (1-11 hours) $1,370
Tuition per credit hour (more than 18 hours) $810
Tuition – High School (per credit hour) $300
Activity fee (part time students, charge per credit hour, non-refundable) $6
General Services Fee (part time students, charge per credit hour, non-refundable) $12
Audit per credit hour $150

Student health insurance
                US Residents (charge for the year)
                International Students (charge for the year)

$2,811
$1,716
Applied Music, class instruction (per credit hour) $150
Applied Music, private instruction (1 SH) $275
Applied Music, private instruction (2 SH) $400
Applied Music, chamber music $100
Physical education fees $25-200
Proficiency exam & external exam fee $90
Education dept. practicum / supervised teaching (per course) $20-90
Credit for off-campus studies (extension) $90
Miscellaneous credits (VS, Intermenno trainee) $90
Credit by examination (per credit hour) $90
Graduation fee (one-year certificate) $25
Graduation fee (two- & four-year degrees) $75
Final exam taken out of schedule $35

Summer School (2018-19 academic year)

 
Undergraduate tuition (per credit hour) $395
Audit (per credit hour) $100
B.S in Leadership & Organizational Management (LOM)

Tuition (per credit hour)

$410

General Services Fee
1-8 credit hours (charge per credit hour, non-refundable)
9+ credit hours (flat fee, non-refundable)


$12
$100

 

Any course you take from another program will be invoiced at the rate of your enrolled program

Published charge rates may be adjusted for changes in economic conditions and cost factors. This list continues on the general charges and payment information page.

2018-19 Residence Halls

Traditional Residence Hall Info

Residence in Elmwood, Maplewood, Cedarwood, and Northlawn halls includes continuous meal service plus $100 Royal Cash. The dining hall is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday – Friday; Sat 10:30-1 p.m. and 5-6 p.m.; Sunday 8:15-9 a.m., 11:30-1 p.m. and 5-6 p.m. Refer to the Dining Services page for more information.

Living Arrangement Semester Rate
Double Occupancy in a Double Room $5,580
Single Occupancy in a Designated Single $6,220
Northlawn 4th Floor Single Occupancy $6,220
Single Occupancy in a Double Room $6,550

Suite Info

Each Hillside or Parkwoods student is required to have a 60 block meal plan (which includes $50 Royal Cash) unless he or she is a senior and 21 by September 1st. A continuous meal plan, with $100 Royal Cash, or Lion Share is available for both Juniors and Seniors. The dining hall is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday; Sat 10:30-1 p.m. and 5-6 p.m.; Sunday 8:15-9 a.m., 11:30-1 p.m. and 5-6 p.m. Refer to the Dining Services page for more information.

Rates per semester:

Suite No Meal Plan 60 Block Full Meal Plan
Hillside (single) $4,320 $5,130 $6,700
Hillside (double) $3,900 $4,710 $6,280
Parkwoods (single) $4,320 $5,130 $6,700
Parkwoods (double) $3,900 $4,710 $6,280
Parkwoods Garden Apt (single) $3,900 $4,710 $6,280
Hillside/Parkwoods (double as a single) $4,660 $5,470 $7,040
Small Group Living Houses $1,760
(Senior discount $340)
 $2,570  $4,140

Discounts

An $950 discount per semester is available for students who are eligible to live off campus (Senior/21 year old+) but choose to live on campus. Students must be seniors and 21 by September 1, 2018.

Published charge rates may be adjusted for changes in economic conditions and cost factors. This list continues on the General Charges and Payment Information page.

Refund Policy

Students who withdraw, drop out, are dismissed, or otherwise cease enrollment prior to completing 60% of the semester or mini-term equivalent shall receive a refund equal to the percentage of the term remaining. Students who withdraw prior to the first day of classes shall receive a full refund of all payments except tuition deposits.

Aid recipients who change their course registration after the beginning of each semester must notify the financial assistance office. Enrollment status is very important to aid eligibility. Students who withdraw must also notify the financial assistance office. Financial aid refunds due to withdrawal are calculated using the percentage of term not completed as mandated by federal aid regulations. More information about aid adjustments and refunds related to changes in enrollment status may be obtained from the Financial Assistance Office and is also included in the undergraduate Student Handbook.

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