Financial Information

Tuition and Fees 2012-2013


Tuition: Full-time



Tuition: Full-time


Students enrolled in the Physician Assistant program

Tuition: Full-time


Students enrolled in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program.

General Fee



Part-time Tuition


Per credit

Application Fee (to accompany all applications)



Graduation Fee


A graduation fee is charged to students who have completed their degree requirements. The fee helps to supplement costs of commencement including preparation of the facility, graduation announcements, cap and gown, diploma, pre-commencement luncheon and the post-commencement reception.

Matriculation Fee (for each semester during which a master's candidate is not registered for course work)



Parking Fines


Per infraction for vehicles registered with the University’s Campus Safety Department. Unregistered vehicles will charged $25 per infraction. Fines for illegally parking in handicapped areas are $50 per infraction. Failure to move a vehicle as instructed during times of snow removal will result in a fine of $100.

Parking Permit


Annual fee.

Returned Check Fee


A fee will be assessed for each check not accepted and returned by the bank. Two returned checks will cause check writing privileges to be permanently revoked.

Student I.D.


Replacement of lost, stolen or unusable ID

Thesis Continuation Fee



Transcript Fee


Per transcript.

Computer Lab Printing Fee (per semester)


Students are allowed to print up to 300 pages per semester in University computer labs without incurring additional charges. For each page above 300, an additional per page charge will be assessed on a semester basis.

Additional Course Specific Fees:

Nursing (first year)



Nursing (second year)



Nursing (third year)



Occupational Therapy Fee



Physician Assistant Fee (first year, per semester)



Physician Assistant (first year - one-time equipment charge)



Physician Assistant (second year. per semester)



Speech-language Pathology Fee



Liability Insurance


For students enrolled in majors that require clinical or field experiences.