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Tuition and Fees

Course registration by a student constitutes acceptance of responsibility by the student, and the parent or guardian (in the case of a dependent student), to pay all charges on a timely basis as billed by the College. 

The College reserves the right to withhold issuance of degrees, diplomas, grades, transcripts, recommendations, and to bar or cancel registration, residency, or any other form of association with the College until all student charges are paid in full.

Tuition and fee charges are assessed on a semester basis; all students, and parents or guardians of dependent students are responsible for paying all charges when due for the entire semester.

A late payment fee will be assessed if payments are made after a bill's payment due date.  Delinquent accounts that are placed into collection  will be charged for all related costs plus interest.  Collection fees can be up to 33 1/3% of an outstanding balance.

All student accounts receivable balances are due and payable according to billing schedule (please see Important Dates).  Accounts are the responsibility of the student and it is therefore incumbent upon the student to see that accounts are kept current. Financial Aid, which is approved and confirmed, may be applied when received. Therefore, a student receiving State grants, Federal Aid or other forms of aid which may not be available at the beginning of the semester, may deduct that amount from the balance due at the beginning of the semester.

Accounts must be paid in full (with the exception of student aid as described above) prior to registration. 
  • Full Time Undergraduate students who have not made arrangements to pay their accounts prior to the beginning of the semester may not start classes, occupy their residence hall room or access the dining hall under a meal-plan.
  • Students may not pre-register for the following semester if their account is not current at the time of pre-registration.
  • Students will not be allowed to participate in the residence hall room lottery if their accounts are not current.
  • Graduating students may not be allowed to participate in Commencement ceremonies without making arrangements to have their account paid in full by that time. Any payment made within two weeks of Commencement must be made by cash, credit card, or certified check.
  • Official and unofficial transcripts and/or diplomas will not be available to students with unpaid account balances.


 Full-Time Undergraduate Tuition and Fees

Part-Time Undergraduate Tuition and Fees

 Graduate Tuition and Fees

School of Education Tuition and Fees