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Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees

Tuition ($135 per credit)

15 credits

…………………………….

$2,025.00

Required Fees



Registration Fee

…………………………….

15.00

Health Fee

…………………………….

15.00

Activity Fee

…………………………….

20.00

Technology Fee

…………………………….

100.00

Facility Use Fee
Full-Time (Fall/Spring)

(Summer)

……………………………….

……………………………….

200.00

50.00

Part-Time (Fall/Spring)

…………………………….

70.00

(Summer)

…………………………….

25.00

Room (Residential Hall Residents)



Regular Semester (Fall/Spring)

…………………………….

368.00

Summer Session

Board: (Residential Hall Residents)

…………………………….

175.00

Regular Semester (Fall/Spring)

Summer Session

………………………….…

…………………………….

1,764.00

700.00

Estimated Indirect Educational Expenses per Semester

Books and Supplies

   

Regular Semester (Fall/Spring)

…………………………….

800.00

Summer Session

…………………………….

400.00

Personal

   

Regular Semester (Fall/Spring)

…………………………….

750.00

Summer Session

…………………………….

375.00

Transportation (Taxi)

   

Residential Hall Residents:

            Regular Semester (Fall/Spring)

                                     Summer Session

Off-Campus :

            Regular Semester (Fall/Spring)

                                     Summer Session

…………………………….

…………………………….

…………………………….

…………………………….

                     40.00

                     40.00

                    840.00

                    440.00

Room and Board Allowance (Off Campus)

Students without dependents living with parents

Regular Semester (Fall/Spring)

…………………………….

1,500.00

Summer Session

…………………………….

750.00

All others

Regular Semester (Fall/Spring)

…………………………….

1,500.00

Summer Session

…………………………….

750.00

 Needs Analysis: How Financial Need Is Calculated

Aid from the federal student aid programs is awarded based on financial need.  Financial need is defined as the difference between a student and/or his/her family’s expected contributions and the student’s annual educational expenses.  Based on the information provided on the FAFSA, the Federal Central Processing System (CPS) analyzes and calculates the Expected Family Contribution (EFC).  The EFC measures the family’s financial strength, based on income and assets of the student, the student’s spouse, and, if the student is a dependent, the student’s parents.  The EFC formula also takes into account the family’s expenses, based on the number of persons in the household and the number of those persons attending college.  Parents are excluded from the count of family members in college.

Need Equation:

(Cost of Attendance) – (Expected Family Contribution) = Estimated Financial Need

Example:
$14,000 – Estimated Cost of Attendance
-1,500 – Expected Family Contribution
$12,500 – Estimated Financial Need

The Financial Aid Office then develops a financial aid package to meet the student’s financial need within the bounds of its funding limitations.