Campus Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

Campus Undergraduate Tuition
Nursing/Health Professions Tuition
Room & Board Charges
Tuition Refund Policy

Campus Undergraduate Tuition

TUITION per year - 2019-2020 Rates are Effective August 15, 2019

General Undergraduate

$33,800

Part-time Tuition

General Undergraduate - Per credit hour

$630

Summer (June-August 2019) General Undergraduate - Per credit hour

$615

Tuition Overload

Over 18 credits per semester - Per credit hour

$630

Fees

Comprehensive Fee Full-Time - Per Year

The comprehensive fee contributes toward the costs of providing computer/technology access, activities, use of facilities, and the other resources generally available to all students.

$780

Comprehensive Fee Part-Time - Per credit hour

$17

Course Related Fees

$50-$100

Other Fees That May Apply To You

Acceptance Deposit - Non-refundable and Applied to Tuition

$125

Bad Check/Credit Card Fee

$50

Late Fee

$50

Parking Permit - Resident

$75

Parking Permit - Non-resident (Gwynedd Valley)

$45

Challenge examination request fee (per course)

$140

Credit earned by challenge examination (per credit)

$140

Graduation Fee

The graduation fee is payable in the semester of graduation. The fee must be paid by all graduating students whether you participate in the formal graduation ceremony or not.

$165

Transcript - (Allow 48 hours for processing)

$5

Expedited Transcript Request

$25

 

Nursing & Health Professions Tuition

TUITION per year - 2019-2020 Rates are Effective August 15, 2019

General Undergraduate

$35,800

Part-time Tuition

General Undergraduate - Per credit hour

$745

Summer (June-August 2019) General Undergraduate - Per credit hour

$725

Tuition Overload

Over 18 credits per semester - Per credit hour

$745

Fees

Comprehensive Fee Full-Time - Per Year

The comprehensive fee contributes toward the costs of providing computer/technology access, activities, use of facilities, and the other resources generally available to all students.

$780

Comprehensive Fee Part-Time - Per credit hour

$17

Course Related Fees

$50-$100

Nursing Fee - Per Semester

$250

Other Fees That May Apply To You

Acceptance Deposit - Non-refundable and Applied to Tuition

$125

Weekend Nursing Acceptance Deposit - Non-refundable and Applied to Tuition

$500

Radiologic Technology Fee - Junior and Senior Year

$1,500

Bad Check/Credit Card Fee

$50

Late Fee

$50

Parking Permit - Resident

$75

Parking Permit - Non-resident (Gwynedd Valley)

$45

Challenge examination request fee (per course)

$140

Credit earned by challenge examination (per credit)

$140

Respiratory Care (Professional Membership)

Students pay this fee directly to the American Association of Respiratory Care

$50

Respiratory Care Clinical Fee

Students pay this fee directly to the vendor

$140

Occupational Science Professional Memberships & Online Subscriptions

Students who are pursuing their MSOT will pay this fee the summer after their junior year and each semester their senior year

$150

Compliance and Immunization Management

Nursing students will pay this fee directly to the vendor

$225-$300

Graduation Fee

The graduation fee is payable in the semester of graduation. The fee must be paid by all graduating students whether you participate in the formal graduation ceremony or not.

$165

Transcript - (Allow 48 hours for processing)

$5

Expedited Transcript Request

$25

Room & Board Charges

ROOM CHARGES per year - Effective August 15, 2019

Standard Double - Loyola Hall

$5,520

Standard Double - Alexandria Hall

$5,820

Deluxe Double - Siena Hall, Saint Brigid Hall, Alexandria Hall

$6,400

Premium Double -Alexandria Hall

$6,800

Single Room - Loyola Hall

$6,520

Single Room - Siena Hall, Saint Brigid Hall

$7,400

Single Room - Alexandria Hall

$6,820 - $7,800

Additional Fees

Room Reservation Deposit - New Resident Students

$250

Room Lottery Deposit - Returning Resident Students

$250

Security Deposit

The security deposit is a one-time fee charged to all resident students refundable after graduation or withdrawal from residence hall provided that all financial obligations have been met (including parking tickets, library fines, damages, or penalty fees).

$200

BOARD CHARGES per year

All resident students are required to participate in a meal plan. Non-resident students may choose to participate in any of the plans listed below.

19 Meal Plan

$6,950

15 Meal Plan

$6,450

10 Meal Plan

$6,180

Tuition Refund Policy

To be eligible for a tuition refund, you will need to officially withdraw by completing a withdrawal form available in the Office of Academic Affairs. The amount of the refund is based on the date of the withdrawal form is recorded in the Registrar’s Office. Not attending class does not automate an official withdrawal. To be eligible for a refund of room and board, you will need to officially notify the Office of Residence Life. The amount of the refund is based on the date the withdrawal is verified by the Office of Academic Affairs. Refunds are established by Residence Life and are included in your housing contract. No refunds will be issued until at least 10 days after the drop/add period. The refund date is established by the Bursar's Office.