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RATES AND INCREASES FOR FY 2005-06

Below are the per credit hour rates for resident and non-resident students, as well as the change in student fees.

Course Level-Residents 2004-05 2005-06 Increase per credit hour FYES FY2005 FYES FY2006
           
100-400 (undergraduate) $156.90 $182.10 $25.20 $5,762 $6,540
           
500-600 (masters) $284.20 $326.60 $42.40 $7,681 $8,717
           
700-999 (doctoral) $327.50 $376 $48.50 $5,840 $6,628
           

Course Level -non-resident

2004-05 2005-06 Increase per credit hour FYES FY2005 FYES FY2006
           
100-400 $490.45 $560.60 $70.15 $15,768 $17,896
           
500-600 $575.35 $657.10 $81.75 $14,668 $16,648
           
700-999 $648.70 $740.60 $91.90 $10,979 $12,461
           

 

Type Current Proposed Variance
       
Application fee, GRADUATE (online) $25 $25 0
       
Application fee, UNDERGRADUATE (online) $20 $20 0
       
Application fee, GRADUATE (paper) $35 $35 0
       
Application fee, UNDERGRADUATE (paper) $30 $30 0
       
Credit by Exam 1 credit hour 1 credit hour 0
       
Course drop $10 $11 $1
       
General Education $12 $13 $1
       
General Fee $21 $21 0
       
Technology Fee $10 $10 0
       
New Student Union Fee $1.50 $2.25 $0.75
       
Graduation $90 $90 0
       
Record Initiation $75 $82 $7
       
Registration $40 $40 0
       
Installment $30 $33 per term $3
       
Payment Plan $25 $27 per term $2
       
Late Registration $100 $110 per term $10
       
Late Payment $30 $33 $3
       
Late Add Fee $100 $110 $10
       
Program Adj.-Drop $10 $11 $1
       
Transcript Fee $5 $5 0
       
Fast Track Fee $25 $27 $2
       
Summer Orientation $165 $185 $20
       

 

 

 

 


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