Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees - Fall 2016/Spring 2017

Costs Per Credit         In-State Out-of-State
Tuition $ 592 $ 973
MANDATORY FEES (full description below)
Student Services Fee 39 39
Campus Facilities Fee 53 53
Student Govt Assn Fee 4 4
TOTAL per credit $ 688 $ 1,069

Tuition and Fees - Fall 2016/Spring 2017
Master of Science in Communication Disorders and Sciences

Costs Per Credit         In-State Out-of-State
Tuition $ 735 $ 1,002
MANDATORY FEES (full description below)
Student Services Fee 39 39
Campus Facilities Fee 53 53
Student Govt Assn Fee 4 4
TOTAL per credit $ 831 $ 1,098

Tuition and Fees - Fall 2016/Spring 2017
Master of Arts in Clinical and Counseling Psychology

Costs Per Credit         In-State Out-of-State
Tuition $ 650 $ 989
MANDATORY FEES (full description below)
Student Services Fee 39 39
Campus Facilities Fee 53 53
Student Govt Assn Fee 4 4
TOTAL per credit $ 746 $ 1,085

Tuition and Fees - Fall 2016/Spring 2017
Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology

Costs Per Credit         In-State Out-of-State
Tuition $ 650 $ 989
MANDATORY FEES (full description below)
Student Services Fee 39 39
Campus Facilities Fee 53 53
Student Govt Assn Fee 4 4
TOTAL per credit $ 746 $ 1,085

Tuition and Fees - Fall 2016/Spring 2017
Doctor of Nursing Practice

Costs Per Credit         In-State Out-of-State
Tuition $ 735 $ 1,002
MANDATORY FEES (full description below)
Student Services Fee 39 39
Campus Facilities Fee 53 53
Student Govt Assn Fee 4 4
TOTAL per credit $ 831 $ 1,098

Description of Mandatory Fees for All Graduate Students

Student Services Fee

Student Services Fees are allocated for both non-salary and salary expenditures to support the programs and services offered by the Counseling, Health and Wellness Center and the University's computing infrastructure, providing students with access to instructional and administrative technologies.

Campus Facilities Fee

The Campus Facilities Fee supports the improvement, operations, debt service, repair and renovation of University buildings and grounds.

Student Government Association Fee

The Student Government Association Fee, allocated for both non-salary and salary expenditures, is collected by the University on behalf of the Student Government Association (SGA) which is responsible for the allocation and management of the funds. This fee supports all clubs, organizations and committees chartered through the SGA.


Fees Required for Students in Particular Academic Programs

Fee description amount
Lab Fees Funds supplies, materials, purchase and maintenance of specialized equipment for students in any course with a lab component. $40 (maximum charge of $120 per semester)
Distance Learning Fee Funds the cost of technology infrastructure needed to provide access to online and hybrid courses. $120 per online course
Malpractice Liability Insurance Fee for kinesiology, public health, and psychology Funds the cost of providing malpractice insurance to students. $20
Art: Studio Art Fee Funds classroom supplies, equipment and technical support in studio art courses. $40
Music: Electronic Music Lab Fee Funds the purchase and maintenance of equipment and technology for students in electronic music courses. $40
Music: Private Lesson Fee Funds one-to-one instruction and purchase and maintenance of music equipment for all music majors. $225
Nursing: Graduate Nursing Physical Assessment Fee Funds the cost of specialized instruction in the practice of physical assessment. $200

Miscellaneous Fees

Fee Description Amount
Partial Payment Fee Assessed to students who do not pay their balance in full by the payment due date.
$25
Payment Plan Late Payment Fee Assessed to students who have made a late monthly payment on an installment payment plan. $50
Late Payment Fee Assessed to students who have been billed for tuition and fees and have not paid by the payment due date. $200
Late Registration Fee Assessed to continuing students who elect to register during the published late registration period. $150
Returned Check Fee Assessed to students whose check or electronic payment is denied for insufficient funds. $25
Application Fee Assessed to all students applying for admission. $50
Orientation Fee Funds activities associated with new student orientation. This fee is included in the admissions deposit. $75
Transcript Fee Funds the cost to process a regular transcript. Additional fee for express delivery. $10
Resnet Fee Funds upgraded voice, video, and information per semester technology equipment and related infrastructure for the University's residence halls for resident students. $40 per semester