Fees for 2019-2020
|Undergraduate Academic Program||Semester||Annual|
|Tuition (for 12-16 credits per semester)||$24,462||$48,924|
|Student body fee||$120||$240|
|Domestic student health insurance (estimate)*||$1,000||$1,999|
|Health services fees||$75||$150|
|Orientation (new students only)||$200||$200|
|Total new students||$25,857||$51,513|
|Total returning students||$25,657||$51,313|
|Per credit charge over 16 units ($2,038.50 per unit)|
|Health insurance for International Students (F-1,J-1 Visa) is mandatory (annual estimate)||$2,058|
|*Additional Insurance for Intercollegiate Athletic Sports (estimate)||$360||$720|
|*Student Health Insurance Plan for a domestic student may be waived by the published deadline each year upon completion of the Student Health Insurance Online Waiver.|
|Residence Halls||Triple||Double||Apt. Double||Single|
|January Interim Term (22 days - Jan 6 to Jan 27, 2020)||$637||$799||$1,012||$925|
|Meal Plans / per week||19 Meals||15 Meals||10 Meals||5 Meals|
|Semester with Flex Points||$3,467||$3,349||$3,159||$1,317|
|Annual with Flex Points||$6,934||$6,698||$6,318||$2,634|
|January Interim Term (22 days - Jan 6 to Jan 27, 2020)||$654||$631||$592||$243|
|Other Academic Programs|
|Masters of Arts in Education/Credentials (per credit)||$819|
|Department of Education - Student Teaching (per credit)||$819|
|Department of Education - Directed Studies (per credit)||$819|
|Summer (per credit) - Graduate||$819|
|Summer (per credit) - Undergraduate - On-Site||$1,004|
|Summer (per credit) - Undergraduate and Graduate - Online||$683|
|Graduation application fee (undergraduate)||$45|
|Graduation application fee (graduate)||$70|
|Student teaching fee (12 credits)||$250|
|Tuition Deposit (non refundable)||$400|
|Note: Some courses also have associated lab fees to cover the cost of supplies, breakage, field trips etc.
All fees are subject to change without notice upon approval by the Board of Trustees.
Cancellation of Institutional Charges
Based on date of approved withdrawal or leave of absence from the College, student may receive a pro-rated cancellation of that semester's tuition, room and board. Room and board will be canceled based on the terms stated in the Housing and Meal Contract.
The tuition cancellation schedule is based on official withdrawal date. The College policy is as follows:
|During week 1||100% of tuition will be canceled|
|During week 2||90% of tuition will be canceled|
|During week 3||80% of tuition will be canceled|
|During week 4||70% of tuition will be canceled|
|During week 5||60% of tuition will be canceled|
|During week 6||50% of tuition will be canceled|
|After week 6||0% of tuition will be canceled|
Cancellation of institutional charges will trigger a return of Title IV federal financial aid as well as return of institutional aid. Please refer to your financial aid rules, regulations and policies for more information.
For Summer Sessions, tuition cancellation policy will be applied on the same tuition cancellation schedule. However, the number of weeks in the semester is replaced by the number of days on the session. For example, week 1 will be replaced by 1st day of class, week 2 is equivalent to 2nd day of class, week 3 equals to 3rd day of class etc.
If a student is suspended, dismissed, expelled or asked to leave the College for any reason, the student is not eligible for tuition, room, board, insurance, or fees cancellation.