Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid

Application Fee (non-refundable) $60

Full-Time Undergraduates

Tuition (12 to 20 credits per semester) $47,650 per year
General Fee $700 per year

Tuition is payable on or before August 1 for the fall semester and January 1 for the spring semester. A tuition acceptance deposit (non-refundable and credited toward the fall semester's tuition) of $200 is paid upon acceptance of the notice of admission.

Resident Student Fees

Residence Halls and Meals $14,710 1
Townhouse (Room Only) $12,330 1
Apartment Complex (Room Only) $12,330 1
Room Deposit $400 2

Part-Time Undergraduates

Matriculation Fee $60
Summer Session & Intersession Terms $725 per credit
Tuition (less than 12 credits) (Fall & Spring) $725 per credit
Tuition (12 credits or more) (Fall & Spring) $23,825 per semester
Tuition (Full-Time Undergraduates going Part-Time) $1,750 per credit
Tuition (Adult Nursing, RN to BSN) $675 per credit
Tuition (Second Degree Nursing) $775 per credit
Registration Fee $35 per semester

Special Fees

Orientation Fee (First Year Students) $300
Orientation Fee (Transfer Students) $125
Engineering Lab Fee $80 per course
Finance Lab Fee (FI 0101) $110 per course
Science Laboratory Fee $60 per course
Studio Arts Materials Fee $60 or $110 per course
Extra Course (above 20 credits for FT Undergrads) $1,750 per credit
Automobile Registration Fee $150
Returned Check Fee $30
Graduation Fee $175
Academic Transcript $5

Nursing Student Costs

Nursing Lab and Clinical Fee $110 per semester
ATI Testing Fee $115 per semester
Castle Branch (one-time fee for background check and health document manager) Approximately $100

Transportation to clinical experiences and parking fees are the responsibility of the student.

The Trustees of the University reserve the right to change tuition rates and to make additional charges whenever they believe it to be necessary.  The University reserves the right to charge a late fee on amounts past due 30 days or more. The late fee is 2% per semester with a minimum of $100 per semester.

International students who are admitted must make known to the University the source of their financial support for their college education. They will be expected to make a deposit before a certificate of eligibility (I-20) is issued.

The University makes available a monthly payment plan as well as federal and private loan programs. Information on the payment plan and the loan programs are available to all students. Please contact the Office of the Bursar for additional information.

No degree will be conferred and no transcripts will be issued until all financial obligations to the University have been met.

Refund Policy

Refunds, as the result of official withdrawal through the University Registrar's Office, will be made according to the following schedule for full-time students. General and special fees are not refundable.

Official Withdrawal Date Refund % of Charge
First Week 90
Second Week 80
Third Week 60
Fourth Week 40
Fifth Week 20
Sixth Week or later 0

Refunds take two to three weeks to process.