Tuition and Fees

Payment of Tuition

David Glezerman, Assistant Vice President and Bursar
115 Carnell Hall
215-204-7269
david.glezerman@temple.edu
bursar.temple.edu

Registration for courses is not optional, and students must not attend courses for which they are not registered. Once a student registers for a course--or is registered by an advisor at the student's request--the student remains financially obligated for the course unless and until he or she drops the course by the prescribed deadlines for dropping and adding courses. Prior to registering for the first time each semester, students are required to accept Temple University's Financial Responsibility Agreement, which outlines the financial terms and conditions associated with course registration.

Students may drop courses and otherwise modify their registrations in Self-Service Banner (SSB) or by working with an academic advisor. Please see the Academic Calendars on the Office of the University Registrar's web site for add/drop and withdrawal deadlines for each semester and summer session.

Once registered, students must pay tuition and fees according to the Bursar's Office billing schedule. Failure to satisfy billing and financial obligations may result in withholding of official transcripts and diplomas; denial of the right to register for future sessions; and the assessment of late fees and collection costs.

Students who are not planning to attend the semester must drop their course registration. Students who do not drop classes by the end of the official drop/add period (See Academic Calendar for specific dates) remain financially obligated for the balance due. Instructors are advised to issue letter grades (typically "F") for students who have not been attending but are on their roster of registered students.

Students who drop classes by the end of the drop/add period of a semester or summer session will have their courses dropped. This will relieve them of academic responsibility and in most instances financial responsibility associated with the course.

Students who withdraw from classes after the drop/add period are responsible for full payment of all tuition and fee charges, along with any payment plan fees, and late payment charges. These courses will be recorded on the transcript with the notation of "W," indicating that the student withdrew. Unpaid tuition balances may be referred for collection, and students may be held liable for paying all associated collection costs and/or legal fees.

Students who do not withdraw by the published deadline are responsible for payment of all tuition and fee and/or collection costs. Temple University will first apply all payments received to the oldest outstanding balance, if applicable, then to the current semester charges.

Temple University notifies students via their TUmail account to view their electronic bills in TUpay. Students are required to pay at least the minimum amount due on their bills on or before the due date on their bill.

Acceptable forms of payment include: tuition remission forms, checks (paper and electronic), cash, credit cards, and money orders. Checks or money orders should be made payable to Temple University. Credit cards accepted for online payment only through TUpay include: MasterCard, American Express, Discover and Visa. Please note that credit card payments are subject to a 2.75% convenience fee by the university’s processor.

Payment must be received by the billing due date to assure proper crediting and to remain in good financial standing.

Payment Plans

Students are encouraged to pay the total account balance by the bill due date. In doing so, students avoid any payment plan fees and late payment fees. However, if students are unable to do so, Temple University offers two payment plans to assist students and their families.

Please note that payment plans are offered for the fall and spring semesters only. Payment plans are not offered in the summer semesters.

For the fall and spring semesters, students that do not pay the full amount due on the bill will be automatically enrolled in the University’s Deferred Payment Plan. Students will be assessed a $25 non-refundable deferred payment plan fee for each bill if the full amount due is not paid by the due date.  For fall and spring, students can be charged $50 each semester in payment plan fees.  Students do not have to sign up for this payment plan

The University also offers the Temple Installment Payment Plan (TIPP) for those students who need an extended payment option. The plan allows students to make up to ten regularly scheduled monthly payments starting in May towards their future charges (five payments for fall and five payments for spring). The application fee for this payment plan is $50 for the year. For more information about this plan, offered through Higher Education Services (HES), go to bursar.temple.edu.

Financial Counseling

Students who need assistance in financing their education should see a Financial Counselor in the Department of Student Financial Services (Ground Floor, Carnell Hall) or call 215-204-2244 for an appointment. For more information on financing your education, visit the MONEY MATTERS web site.

Student Loan Counseling

All students who receive federal student loans are required by federal regulations to receive loan counseling when first receiving a loan and prior to leaving the university.

The Credit and Collections unit in the Bursar's Office is responsible for completing loan counseling for all students who are receiving federal student loans for the first time (entrance interviews). In addition, this staff can assist students with related financial planning that would help them in completing their education at Temple. Students can complete the online entrance interview or call 215-204-5549 for additional information.

Students who are graduating must complete an online exit interview or contact the Credit and Collections unit in the Bursar's Office, Second Floor, Carnell Hall, at 215-204-5549.

Assessing Tuition Charges

Tuition assessment at Temple University is based on full-time or part-time status; student college; student level status (undergraduate, graduate, or professional); student class level for undergraduates; and in-state/out-of-state residency status. The level of the courses is not a factor in how students are assessed.

All students are placed into one of the University's schools or colleges, based on their major or program.

Full-Time Status

Undergraduate students are considered full-time students when carrying between 12-18 semester hours (s.h.). Credits in excess of 18 s.h. are additionally assessed at the per semester credit hour tuition rate.

International students, holders of non-immigrant visas, are required to pay out-of-state tuition fees and register as full-time students.

There is no distinction between full-time and part-time graduate tuition rates. All graduate students are assessed at a credit hour rate, regardless of the number of credit hours they are taking.

Part-Time Status

Undergraduates are considered part-time students when taking fewer than 12 s.h. per semester. Tuition is charged by the semester credit hour for part-time undergraduates.

In-State/Out-of-State Residency Status

A student is classified as a Pennsylvania resident for tuition purposes if his or her permanent, legal residence is in Pennsylvania. In-state residency is generally established within the context of the following overall guidelines:

  • An individual who has not lived in Pennsylvania for a continuous 12-month period immediately prior to registration as a student at a Pennsylvania college or university is presumed not be to a Pennsylvania resident. A student may rebut this presumption with convincing evidence.
  • A student under 22 years of age is presumed to have the residency of his or her parents or legal guardians. A student may rebut this presumption by presenting convincing evidence of emancipation and independent domicile.
  • A student who receives financial aid based on residence in a state other than Pennsylvania will not be considered a resident of Pennsylvania.
  • A student who is not a United States citizen or does not have an immigrant visa is presumed not to be a resident of Pennsylvania for tuition purposes; however, a student may rebut this presumption with clear and convincing evidence.

Visit the Office of the University Registrar's web site for more information about residency and a copy of the Resident Tuition Eligibility Guidelines. Specific questions pertaining to Pennsylvania residency status should be directed to the Office of the University Registrar at 215-204-1131 or registrar@temple.edu.

Tuition Schedule

The Bursar's Office's web site contains the latest tuition schedule. It also contains a tuition calculator, which provides an estimate of your tuition rate by selecting your specific student characteristics, such as school or college, student level, residency, etc.

University-Wide Fees

The Bursar's Office's web site contains the latest copy of the fee schedule.

Please note that Tuition and Fees are subject to change by action of the university's Board of Trustees.

Temple University 2018-2019 Tuition Rate Schedule by School/College:

Pennsylvania Residents Out-of-State Residents
Center for the Performing and Cinematic Arts
Boyer College of Music and Dance
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$9,276 $15,840
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$18,552 $31,680
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$515 $880
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$773 $1,320
Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$1,038 $1,383
Part-time Graduate Rate Online MM in Music Education
$762 $762
School of Theater, Film and Media Arts
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$8,856 $14,904
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$17,712 $29,808
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$492 $828
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$738 $1,242
Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$1,022 $1,367
College of Education
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$8,040 $14,088
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$16,080 $28,176
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$447 $783
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$670 $1,174
Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$916 $1,261
Part-time Graduate Executive Educational Leadership Programs
$1,151 $1,470
Program in Jamaica Doctoral Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$1,074 $1,074
Program in Jamaica Master's Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$1,191 $1,191
College of Engineering
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$9,708 $15,756
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$19,416 $31,512
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$539 $875
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$809 $1,313
Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$1,084 $1,429
College of Liberal Arts
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$8,040 $14,088
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$16,080 $28,176
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$447 $783
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$670 $1,174
Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$916 $1,261
College of Public Health
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$9,636 $16,488
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$19,272 $32,976
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$535 $916
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$803 $1,374
Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$954 $1,314
Part-time Graduate Rate Online Programs (per credit hour)
$975 $975
School of Social Work
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$8,040 $14,088
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$16,080 $28,176
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$447 $783
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$670 $1,174
Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$916 $1,261
Part-time Graduate Rate Online Programs (per credit hour)
$975 $975
College of Science and Technology
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$9,744 $15,792
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$19,488 $31,584
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$541 $877
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$812 $1,316
Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$1,108 $1,453
Fox School of Business and Management
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$10,308 $18,276
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$20,616 $36,552
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$573 $1,015
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$859 $1,523
Online Bachelor of Business Administration (OBBA) Part-time Rate (per credit hour)4
$595 $595
Master of Business Administration (GMBA) Part-time Rate (per credit hour)5
$1,188 $1,245
Master of Business Administration (PMBA) Part-time Rate (per credit hour)5
$1,188 $1,188
Executive Master of Business of Administration (EMBA) Class of 2018 (per credit hour)
$1,999 $1,999
Executive Master of Business of Administration (EMBA) Class of 2019 (per credit hour)
$1,999 $1,999
Online Master of Business Administration (OMBA) Part-time Rate (per credit hour)
$1,245 $1,245
Master of Accountancy (MAcc) Part-time Rate (per credit hour)5
$1,114 $1,114
Master of Science - Professional Finance Suite (MS-FARM, MSFE, MSIM) Part-time Rate (per credit hour)5
$1,114 $1,114
Master of Science in IT Auditing and Cyber Security (MS-ITACS) Part-time Rate (per credit hour)5
$1,114 $1,114
Master of Science in Digital Innovation in Marketing (MS-DIM) Part-time Rate (per credit hour)5
$1,114 $1,114
Online Master of Science in Human Resource Management Part-time Rate (per credit hour)5
$1,114 $1,114
Master of Science in Business Analytics Part-time Rate (per credit hour)5
$1,114 $1,114
Master of Science in Marketing (Strategic Advertising (in partnership with Klein College), Market Research and Enterprise Marketing) 5
$1,114 $1,114
Master of Science in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship Part-time Rate (per credit hour)5
$1,114 $1,114
Master of Science (all other MS programs not listed above) Part-time Rate (per credit hour)5
$1,114 $1,245
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Part-time Rate (per credit hour)
$898 $1,231
Executive Doctor of Business Administration Program (EDBA) Part-time Rate (per credit hour)5
$2,300 $2,300
Klein College of Media and Communication
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$8,856 $14,904
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$17,712 $29,808
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$492 $828
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$738 $1,242
Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$1,022 $1,367
School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$10,308 $18,276
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$20,616 $36,552
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$573 $1,015
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$859 $1,523
Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$933 $1,082
Tyler School of Art
Fine Arts:
Full-time Undergraduate (BFA) Semester Rate1
$11,316 $18,252
Full-time Undergraduate (BFA) Annual Rate2
$22,632 $36,504
Full-time Undergraduate (BFA) Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$629 $1,014
Part-time Undergraduate (BFA) Rate (per credit hour)4
$943 $1,521
Part-time Graduate (MFA) Rate (per credit hour)
$1,110 $1,474
Architecture:
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$10,188 $16,536
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$20,376 $33,072
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$566 $919
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$849 $1,378
Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$1,106 $1,451
All Other Programs:
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$8,040 $14,088
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$16,080 $28,176
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$447 $783
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$670 $1,174
Part-time Graduate Rate (per credit hour)
$916 $1,261
University Studies
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$8,040 $14,088
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$16,080 $28,176
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$447 $783
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$670 $1,174
Non-Matriculated Students (Continuing Studies)
Full-time Undergraduate Semester Rate1
$8,040 $14,088
Full-time Undergraduate Annual Rate2
$16,080 $28,176
Full-time Undergraduate Overload Rate (per credit hour)3
$447 $783
Part-time Undergraduate Rate (per credit hour)4
$670 $1,174
Beasley School of Law
Day Juris Doctor Full-Time Rate
$25,990 $40,228
Evening Juris Doctor Full-Time Rate
$20,794 $32,190
Part-Time Juris Doctor (per credit hour)
$1,005 $1,626
Note: In addition to any University wide fees, Juris Doctor students, full- and part-time, are assessed a Student Bar Association fee of $50.
S.J.D. Program Part-time Rate (per credit hour)
$1,005 $1,645
International Masters of Law (LL.M.) Full-Time Rate
$29,610 $29,610
International Masters of Law (LL.M.) Part-Time Rate (per credit hour)
$1,381 $1,381
Master of Law in Trial Advocacy (LL.M.) Full-time Rate
$25,000 $25,000
Graduate Tax Program Part-time Rate (per credit hour)
$874 $1,127
Summer Abroad: Rome Full-time Rate (Tuition includes an assessed $300 Program Fee)
$3,800 $3,800
Temple Summer Professional Experience Curriculum (T-Spec) Full-time Rate (Tuition includes an assessed $250 Program Fee)
$3,750 $3,750
Law Summer Washington DC Full-time Rate (Tuition includes an assessed $500 Program Fee)
$4,750 $4,750
Temple - China (15 months tuition)
$28,000 $28,000
Kornberg School of Dentistry
DMD Program Full-time Rate
$57,924 $65,414
Graduate Part-time Rate (per credit hour)
$848 $1,133
Advanced DMD Program Full-time Rate
$60,000 $60,000
Advanced Standing DMD Program for Faculty who are Graduates of Non-US/Canadian Dental Schools Part-time Rate (per credit hour)
$899 $899
Lewis Katz School of Medicine
MD Program Full-time Rate
$52,104 $55,246
Graduate Programs:
Urban Bioethics Part-time Rate (per credit hour)
$1,843 $2,175
Biomedical Sciences - MS Degree Part-time Rate (per credit hour)
$921 $1,263
Biomedical Sciences - PhD Degree Part-time Rate (per credit hour)
$921 $1,263
Physician Assistant - MMSPA Degree Part-time Rate (per credit hour)
$719 $754
Post-baccalaureate Programs:
Basic Core Medical Science Full-time Rate (rate assumes fall, spring and two summer sessions)
$28,146 $34,722
Advanced Core Medical Science Full-time Rate (rate assumes fall and spring semesters)
$28,146 $34,722
School of Pharmacy
Doctor of Pharmacy Full-time Rate
$33,742 $36,550
Doctor of Pharmacy Part-time Rate (per credit hour)
$917 $1,057
Graduate (including M.S. in Quality Assurance) Part-time Rate (per credit hour)
$1,072 $1,358
School of Podiatric Medicine
D.P.M. Program Full-time Rate
$39,984 $41,778

All students are assessed the University Services Fee during each academic semester based upon the number of credit hours they register for. The fee breakdown can be found under the "University Services Fee" heading below.

Description of Special Charges and Fees

Students may be required to pay some or all of the following (subject to change):

Application Fee

$50.00 for online or paper application for admission, $20.00 for students applying for readmission.

Matriculation Fee

A one-time charge is assessed of all first-year students who are degree-seeking candidates in their initial semester after admittance. This fee includes the student orientation program. The rate for undergraduate students is $218.00 and the rate for graduate students is $73.00. Professional students should check with their respective college as the rates vary per school.

University Services Fee

All students are assessed the non-refundable University Services Fee every semester. The University Services Fee is a single, comprehensive fee that helps fund a number of university services, including:

  • Funding for state-of-the art computer equipment and technologies to provide support for the students' academic experiences, including e-mail access and modern lab facilities;
  • Access to all student activities, events and recreational facilities;
  • Expansion and maintenance of recreational and academic facilities to enhance and improve student life;
  • Availability of basic student health and treatment services provided by nurses and physicians on campus.

The fee structure for the fall and spring semesters is:

  • Enrolled for 9 or more credits: $445.00
  • Enrolled for 5.0 to 8.9 credits: $319.00
  • Enrolled for 1.0 to 4.9 credits: $163.00

The fee structure for each summer session is:

  • Enrolled for 9 or more credits: $224.00
  • Enrolled for 5.0 to 8.9 credits: $170.00
  • Enrolled for 1.0 to 4.9 credits: $102.00

Please direct all questions about the University Services Fee to the Office of Student Financial Services at 215-204-2244 or sfs@temple.edu.

Course Fees

Certain courses charge additional fees such as lab fees, etc. The charge is assessed at the time of registration for that particular course.

Late Registration Fee Policy

All students will be assessed a $100.00 late registration fee for initial registrations beginning the first day of the term. No new registrations or registration revisions will be processed after the end of the twelfth week of classes during the fall and spring semesters and after the end of the fourth week of summer sessions.

Late Payment Fee

Tuition payments not received by the final semester due date will be subject to a $100.00 late payment fee. Students who fail to pay their initial semester bills by the due date will automatically be enrolled in the University's Deferred Payment Plan and assessed the appropriate payment plan fees as noted above in the "Payment Plans" section.

Returned Check Penalty

If a paper or electronic check payment is returned by the bank because of insufficient funds, a closed account, an invalid account number or other reasons, a $25.00 returned check fee will be assessed. If an account indicates a history of returned checks, the University reserves the right to suspend a student's check payment privileges. Returned checks that remain unpaid and/or cases where there are multiple returned checks may be referred to the University Disciplinary Committee and/or Temple University Campus Safety Services for further action.

Transcript Fee

Consult the Office of the University Registrar's web site for ordering instructions.

Health Insurance

Group medical insurance to defray certain medical expenses at hospitals is offered to full-time students during a limited period of time at the start of each semester. Students should consult the Human Resources Benefits Department or call 215-926-2270 for details concerning costs and application procedures. International students are required to buy medical insurance or show proof of comparable coverage to the Human Resources Benefits Department.

Tuition and Fees Policy

I. Policy

A. Tuition charges and fees are based upon the student's enrollment status in the respective schools or colleges. Refunds are made in accordance with the student's academic records.

B. Students will be charged 100% of their semester bill unless a course drop form is processed by a registration office of the university or the student successfully drops courses through Self Service Banner by the Drop/Add deadline date. See www.temple.edu/registrar/documents/calendars/ for add/drop and withdrawal deadlines for each semester (please note that deadlines may vary according to the Part of Term in which the course is scheduled). Students who process their course drops by the deadline date will be issued a 100% refund. 

C. No complete financial credit will be made if a student does not process course drops for all registered classes.

D. Students who are still registered for classes after the Drop/Add deadline date are responsible for paying all related tuition and fees. The record for students who withdraw will reflect withdrawal ('W'). 

II. Exceptions

A. Failure to Process Drop or Withdrawal Form by Deadline

Under extreme, extenuating circumstances, an appeal may be made to the Office of the University Registrar if the drop transaction is not completed by the deadline, and the student did not attend classes after the deadline date. All appeals must be accompanied by the following information:

  1. A statement explaining the extenuating circumstances of the appeal.
  2. A properly-signed registration schedule revision or official withdrawal form available from the Dean's Office.
  3. Supporting documentation that will establish that the student never attended the semester in question or that he/she did not attend beyond the official refund period.
  4. Appeals for retroactive course deletions must be filed within one (1) year from the end date of the semester for refunds to be considered. If the above conditions are met, the Office of the University Registrar will direct the removal of the semester's records from the academic history. This automatically results in a 100% refund of tuition and fee charges for the semester.

B. Death of a Student

In the event of death during a semester, the student's account will be credited with a 100% refund of tuition and fee charges for the semester. The student's record will reflect excused withdrawals ('WE').

C. Serious Extenuating Circumstance Which Prevents a Student from Attending All Classes

In the event of a serious extenuating circumstance (medical, family emergency, military deployment, or other) that prevents the student from completing all courses, the following steps can be taken within one (1) year from the end date of the semester:

  1. The student should provide the Office of the University Registrar with a complete Petition for Excused Withdrawal, containing the following as appropriate:
    1. A personal statement from the student listing the reason(s) for their excused withdrawal request.
    2. Medical Provider’s Statement from a licensed physician verifying that the student or family member was ill.  NOTE: For purposes of this policy, a family member is defined as the student's parents, spouse, child(ren), or any other family member noted under the federal Family Leave Act.
    3. Verification from the student's instructor(s) or department chairperson(s) of last known date of participation in or attendance at an academically related activity (online or in person).
    4. Supporting documentation for serious family emergency.
    5. United States military deployment orders.
  2. If the above criteria in C.1 are met and the petition is approved, the student's record will reflect excused withdrawals ('WE' or 'M' for military deployments) and the bill will reflect an adjusted tuition charge (if any) in accordance with the attached schedule. A credit will be issued on a pro-rated basis after:
    1. Confirming that the student has no other outstanding balances, and
    2. Having the Department of Student Financial Services adjust any financial aid awards, where applicable, in accordance with state and federal regulations. NOTE: Student refunds will be issued as a credit towards tuition and fees for future registrations up to one (1) year after the end of the semester in which the withdrawal took place. Unused credits will be forfeited after that time.
  3. The effective date for all credits will be based on the earlier of either:
    1. The official date of withdrawal, as established by the Office of the University Registrar, or
    2. The physician's date of certification, if the student is physically unable to complete a withdrawal by the end of the semester.

D. Employment Change/Relocation

  1. If a student must withdraw from classes because of a mandatory job change or shift in work hours that prevents the student from attending classes, the student may request a pro-rata credit, based on the actual withdrawal date and in accordance with the Fee Schedule of Adjusted Tuition Charges, if documentation from the employer is provided showing that the individual is no longer able to take classes because of a change in job scheduling or relocation.
  2. This provision applies solely for the student and only after the student has totally withdrawn from all registered courses.

III. Authority

A. The Office of the University Registrar will have authority for determining the student's academic records.
B. The Office of the University Registrar will have authority for approving financial exceptions to the policy.
C. Appeals of any decision outlined under this policy will be made to the Office of the University Registrar, whose decision is final.

Tuition and Fees Refund Policy

Fee Schedule of Adjusted Tuition Charges in the Event of an Exception to the General Policy

Date of Official Withdrawl Adjusted Tuition/Charges You Pay
Fall and Spring Semesters
1st through 7th calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 30%
8th through 14th calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 40%
15th through 21st calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 50%
22nd through 28th calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 60%
29th through 35th calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 70%
36th through 42nd calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 80%
43rd through 49th calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 90%
Thereafter 100%
1st and 2nd Summer Semesters
1st through 3rd calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 30%
4th through 7th calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 40%
8th through 10th calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 50%
11th through 14th calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 60%
15th through 17th calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 70%
18th through 21st calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 80%
22nd through 24th calendar day after the end of the Drop/Add deadline date 90%
Thereafter 100%