Tuition and General Fees

Student Financial Services is responsible for managing billing, collecting, refunding, and cashiering functions related to student accounts.

Undergraduate and Transfer Students

Full-Time Undergraduate and Transfer Student Tuition and General Fee for 2022–2023

Full Time (12 to 18 credits per semester) Annually Per Semester
Tuition $31,900 $15,950
General Fee $1,900 $950

Part-Time Undergraduate and Transfer Student Tuition and General Fee for 2022–2023

Part Time (<12 credits per semester) Per Credit Rate
Tuition $1,300 per credit
Summer Session I/II Courses $900 per credit
General Fee $590 - 3/4 Time (9 to 11.5 credits) $425 - 1/2 Time (6 to 8.5 credits) $210 - <1/2 Time (up to 5 credits)

Graduate Students

Graduate Student Tuition and General Fee for 2022–2023

Tuition Cost
Tuition (Full-Time: 9 credits per semester) $1,300 per credit
Summer Session I/II Courses $900 per credit
General Fee $590 - 3/4 Time (9 to 11.5 credits) $425 - 1/2 Time (6 to 8.5 credits) $210 - <1/2 Time (up to 5 credits)

What’s Covered by Tuition and Fees

Tuition covers:

  • Enrollment in any course applicable toward a student’s degree program.
  • For degree-seeking undergraduate students, a limit of 45 total credits per academic year (22.5 credits per semester).
  • For graduate students, a limit of 40 total credits per academic year (20 credits per semester).
  • For dance students, enrollment in the amount of private or class instruction required for the degree, and the use of dance studios and necessary equipment.
  • For music students, enrollment in the amount of private or class instruction required for the degree, and the use of music practice rooms and necessary equipment.

A student who wishes to register for more than the total allowable credits per academic year is subject to a charge of the per-credit rate for each additional credit.

General Fee covers:

  • Enrollment and registrar services: covers expenses associated with various administrative services, such as enrollment and degree certification, course drops and adds done before published deadlines, diplomas, official transcripts and their production, and maintenance of files.
  • Technology and lab services: covers expenses associated with maintaining servers, Internet access, and supplies for the computer and audio/video laboratories. It also covers fees associated with access to various studios.
  • Student activities and health services: covers expenses associated with student activities and services on campus.
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