2024-2025 Tuition and Fees

The tuition and fees below are based upon full-time student status (12-18 hours per semester). Other rates/fees apply for those students taking more than 18 hours (see Overload Tuition Rate below) or less than 12 hours (see Part-Time Students below). All students, regardless of status, may be charged additional course-related fees (noted in the course catalog).

Tuition and Fees

Fall

Spring

Total

ճܾپDz $23,225.50 $23,225.50 $46,451.00
StudentActivity Fee $146.00 $146.00 $292.00
Health and Wellness Fee $107.50 $107.50

 

$215.00

Overload Tuition Rate

Those students taking more than 18 credit hours will becharged the flat rate above, in addition to an hourly rate per additional credit hour of $1,479.00

Part-Time Students

Part-time students, or those taking less than 12 credit hours, are charged an hourly rate per credit hour of $1,479.00 and reduced fees ($73.00 Student Activity Feeand $107.50 Health and Wellness Fee).

Winter Term Tuition

Students who were full time in the Fall (registered for 12-18 credit hours) may take up to four (4) hours during winter term with no additional tuition charged. Students who take a winter term course but were not full-time during the fall semester will be charged an hourly rate per credit hour of $1,479.00. For students who are charged for winter tuition (i.e. student was not full time in the Fall), a credit for up to four (4) hours of winter tuition will be issued if the student is enrolled full time in the following Spring semester. Students participating in study away courses during winter term incur separate costs to support the program. The separate trip costs are charged based on the program selected. Costs associated with winter study away programs are not tuition costs and are not eligible for any credits regardless of a students full time status in Fall or Spring.

Additional Fees and Conditions

  • Some courses include additional fees which are noted in the course catalog. Examples include ART 170, MUS 322, and PED 105.
  • Some performing arts and music majors may receive a partial credit for music fees and credit for overload hours.

 


 

Housing/Rooms

ϰϲʹ has a two-year residency requirement and many students choose to live on campus in their third and fourth years as well. The cost of residency varies depending on the type of housing chosen. More information about the residency requirement and various housing offerings can be found on theResidence Life website.

Rooms

Type

Fall

Spring

Total

Double $3,651.50 $3,651.50 $7,303.00
Single $4,454.50 $4,454.50 $8,909.00
Double as single $4,598.00 $4,598.00 $9,196.00
Triple $3,291.00 $3,291.00 $6,582.00

Apartments

Type

June-Dec*

Jan-May

Total

Oaks 2-bedroom
$1,042 per person/month
$7,294.00 $5,210.00 $12,504.00
Oaks 4-bedroom
$948 per person/month
$6,636.00 $4,740.00 $11,376.00
Oaks as double room
(2 bedrooms – 4 people)
$700 per person/month
$4,900.00 $3,500.00 $8,400.00
Danieley Center A-F
$700 per person/month
$4,900.00 $3,500.00 $8,400.00
Danieley Center O-P
$948 per person/month
$6,636.00 $4,740.00 $11,376.00
Station at Mill Point
$948 per person/month
$6,636.00 $4,740.00 $11,376.00
Park Place
$948 per person/month
$6,636.00 $4,740.00 $11,376.00
The Crest
$783 per person/month
$3,915.00 $3,915.00 $7,830.00

*Apartments billed as 7 months in the Fall, 5 months in the Spring. The Crest is billed as 5 months in the Fall, 5 months in the Spring.

 


 

Food(Meal Plans)

Meal plans are required for all students living in residence halls. Second year students living in University apartments must also purchase a meal plan, while third/fourth year students living in University apartments are encouraged to select a meal plan.

Meal Plan Information

All Access +14

Benefits

Meal Dollars

Cost

  • unlimited visits to all 3 dining halls
  • 14 meal exchanges per week
  • 30 free guest meals per year
$170– fall
$60– winter
$170– spring
Fall:$5,448.00
Spring:
$4,300.00


Total:$9,748.00

 

All Access +7

Benefits

Meal Dollars

Cost

  • unlimited visits to all 3dining halls
  • 7meal exchanges per week
  • 20 free guest meals per year
$170– fall
$60– winter
$170– spring
Fall:$5,126.00
Spring:
$4,046.00


Total:$9,172.00

 

All Access Basic

Benefits

Meal Dollars

Cost

  • unlimited visits to all 3 dining halls
  • 10 freeguest meals per year
$65– fall
$20– winter
$65– spring
Fall:$4,294.50
Spring:
$3,387.50


Total:$7,682.00

 

300 Block

Benefits

Meal Dollars

Cost

  • 150 meals fall/winter
  • 150 meals spring
$200– fall/winter
$200– spring
Fall:$2,366.50
Spring:$2,366.50


Total:$4,733.00

 

200 Block

Benefits

Meal Dollars

Cost

  • 100 meals fall/winter
  • 100 meals spring
$250– Fall/Winter
$250– Spring
Fall:$1,885.00
Spring:
$1,885.00


Total:$3,770.00

 

 

Meal Plan Requirements

First Years

Required to have at least theAll Access Basic plan in all residence halls.

Sophomores

Required to have at least theAll Accessplan in all residence halls andGreek houses. Students in university apartments,Newman Center, and Trollinger housemust select at least the300 Blockplan.

Juniors

Required to have at least theAll Access Basicplan in all residence halls. Students in Danieley K, Greek houses, the Colonnades, the Global Village and Academic Village must select at least the300 blockplan. Students in apartments are encouraged to select a meal plan.

Seniors

Required to have at least the All Access Basic plan in all residence halls. Students in Danieley K, Greek houses, the Colonnades, the Global Village and Academic Village must select at least the 300 block plan. Students in apartments are encouraged to select a meal plan.

 


 

Summer Tuition & Housing/Room Rates

Summer courses at Elonare offered in two different sessions for undergraduate students. Students may choose to take summer courses on-campus or away from campus (through online learning). Whether on-campus or online, tuition is charged by credit hour.

Summer 2024 Tuition

$658.00/per credit hour

Summer 2024 Housing/Room Rates

For those who choose to take summer courses on-campus, the room rates are charged by session:

  • Double room: $795.00/per session
  • Single room: $1004.00/per session

Unfortunately meal plans are not available during the summer months.

 

**The amount for tuition and fees for the 2024-2025 academic year has been set regardless of the method of instruction and will not be refunded in the event instruction occurs remotely for any part of the 2024-2025 academic year**

 

**ϰϲʹ reserves the right to add or drop programs and courses, to institute new requirements when such changes are desirable and to change the calendar that has been published. Unless otherwise indicated, such changes will be applicable to all students enrolled at the time the change is adopted as well as to all students who re-enroll after a period of absence. Every effort will be made to minimize the inconvenience such changes might create for students. ϰϲʹ reserves the right to increase overall tuition, cost per credit, education fees, and room and board charges on a semester basis.**