Optional and Unique Fees
Course Specific Fees
Certain courses will have course specific fees associated with them that will be charged in addition to the fee for tuition to cover long distance travel expenses, special equipment, arrangements, or skilled consultants. Students will be notified of this fee through the registration process.
A fee will be charged for administration of special tests in areas for which academic credit may be received. This fee must be paid in advance.
A fee of approximately $20 annually (estimated) will be charged to each student for membership in the National Student Nurse Association and a fee of approximately $25 a year (estimated) for professional liability insurance will be billed to juniors and seniors. ATI (Assessment Technologies Institute) testing fees will be billed to seniors, at approximately $375. These fees are included with the usual tuition bills.
Fees for Courses in Music Performance Study
Private applied lessons in most instruments and voice are available each semester, for academic credit, to qualified students. Private lessons meet for 14 weeks during the semester. Both one-half hour (one academic credit) or one hour (two academic credits) lessons may be taken, depending on the recommendation of the faculty. To review the detailed fees associated with music lessons, visit the Department of Music website and click on “Lessons”.
Any student enrolled in excess of eighteen credits because of private applied lessons will be charged only the additional Private Lesson fee, and not the supplemental tuition charges for taking more than the permitted eighteen credits. However, permission from the respective dean’s office to exceed eighteen academic credits in a semester must still be obtained.
Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources Summer Field Courses
The tuition for the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources Summer Field Courses will be at the Summer Session credit rate. In addition, there may be charges for field expenses.
All new first-year and transfer students entering programs in the school are required to purchase a microcomputer. Details on the cost and the machine specifications are provided to the student at the time of admission. All Grossman School of Business graduate students, and undergraduate major and minors (except those studying abroad), will be charged a software licensing fee of $75 per semester which covers software upgrades and support.
A $500 administrative fee will be assessed for students participating in a semester or year-long study abroad program and $250 for summer programs.
Students in selected programs within The College of Education and Social Services are assessed a one-time fee of $110.00 to participate in Tk20. Tk20 is an electronic system that allows students to develop and submit key assignments, track field placements, build portfolios for licensure, and access content after graduation. Tk20 accounts are accessible for 7 years after the purchase date.