(Subject to change)
$100 per course. This is an overload fee that applies to full-time traditional undergraduate students and full-time Horizon students taking greater than 22 credits. For all other students, the cost to audit a course is the normal full-time per credit fee.
Students must have the permission of the dean of academic services to carry fewer than 14 or more than 18 credits in any term. The tuition fee for traditional undergraduate resident and full-time day and Horizon students covers up to 22 credits per academic term. Additional credits approved by the dean of academic services and taken beyond 22 credits per term will be charged at the rate of $1,022 per credit.
Fee of $100 is required for some courses.
Graduation fee of $110 is used to offset the costs of commencement such as programs, rentals, sound system, food service, and diplomas. This nonrefundable fee is assessed in the final term for all students being tracked for degree completion.
Single room, an additional $925 year; double room as a single, an additional $3,480 year.
A student who withdraws after the beginning of the term will be charged a minimum of one-half the term fee. The fee for MUS 101: Beginning Class Piano and MUS 116: Beginning Class Guitar is $150 per term.
The fees for private music lessons are:
For nonmatriculated students who enroll only for music lessons, the charge is:
During January Short Term, charges are:
New students are required to pay a one-time orientation fee of $225.
Nonrefundable. Unpaid fines for violations will be billed.
Boarding fees must be paid by the semester.
Boarding fees are billed and due monthly.
This fee supports student-driven services that include greater integration of technology in the classroom, expanding network capabilities, upgrading computer labs and software, and providing wireless access in the library and the Visual Arts Center.
$5 per transcript.