2: Tuition, Fees, Housing, and Dining

Tuition and Fees | University Housing | Dining Services and Facilities

Fixed Charge Schools | Variable Charge Schools | Combined Degree Programs Tuition and Fees
Payment of Fees | Installment Payment Plan | Withdrawal from the University | Other Fees and Special Charges
Failure to Pay University Financial Obligations | General Payment Policies | Auditing Courses
Estimated Personal Expenses | Additional Expenses | Veterans' Benefits | Senior Citizens
Academic Common Market | Classification as an In-State Student

Other Fees and Special Charges

Damage to University Property is charged to the student or students responsible at the cost of repair or replacement.

I.D. Replacement Fee   A fee of $10 is charged to replace a lost, stolen or mutilated student I.D. card. Payment must be made at time of replacement.

Returned Check Service Fee  The University assesses a $20 service fee for all checks returned by the bank as non-negotiable. All checks are redeposited by the bank before they are returned to the University.

Replacement of Diploma   The cost of replacing a lost or destroyed diploma is $25 plus a mailing fee. Duplicate diplomas may be purchased for a fee of $50 plus a mailing fee. Additional details are available in Chapter 4

Transcript Fee  A fee of $3 is charged for each transcript of a student's record. Payment must accompany the request.

Late Registration Fee   Students who register late within two weeks after the prescribed registration date are assessed a $25 late registration fee. Students who register more than two weeks after the prescribed registration date are assessed a $50 late registration fee.

Late Payment Fee   Any student who fails to make payment by the payment due date specified on the bill is assessed a $50 late payment fee.

Non-Resident Fee   Students are charged a fee of $64 for each semester they are on an approved leave of absence or each semester they are not enrolled for courses in a resident school but wish to maintain their matriculated status in the school. Students who are not engaged in any course work during the semester in which they expect to graduate must pay the non-resident fee.


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