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Tuition and Fees - Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 Semesters

Tuition and Fees - 2012 Summer Session

 

TUITION AND FEES: FALL 2012 AND SPRING 2013

TUITION

Full-time rates are charged for enrollment of 12 or more credits for undergraduate students, 12 or more credits for Columbus School of Law students, and 8 or more credits for graduate students.

Students enrolled in joint degree programs with the law school are billed standard law school tuition rates for the entirety of their joint degree program and are considered law school students for the purposes of student financial aid and student loans.

Students enrolled in joint degree graduate programs where the tuition rates for the individual schools differ are billed at the higher tuition rate for the entirety of their joint degree program and are considered students in the higher tuition rate school for the purposes of student financial aid and student loans. 

In the Schools of Arts & Sciences, Library & Information Science, Music, Nursing, Philosophy, and Theology & Religious Studies
Full-time, per semester $18,160
Part-time, per credit hour $1,420
  
In the Schools of Architecture & Planning and Engineering
Full-time, per semester $18,315
Part-time, per credit hour $1,420
  
In the School of Canon Law
per credit hour (up to but not exceeding the full-time, per semester rate for the Schools of Arts & Sciences, Library & Information Science, Music, Nursing, Philosophy, and Theology & Religious Studies) $1,420
  
In the School of Law
Full-time, per semester $21,540
Part-time, per credit hour $1,560
  
In the Metropolitan School of Professional Studies
per credit hour $775
  
In the National Catholic School of Social Service
Full-time, per semester (graduate) $11,435
Part-time, per credit hour (graduate) $885
Full-time, per semester (undergraduate) $18,160
Part-time, per credit hour (undergraduate) $1,420
  
In Intensive English
per semester, regardless of credit hours $18,160
  
Off-Campus Programs
per credit hour (see Off-Campus Programs Rate Eligibility) $915

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MANDATORY FEES

Activities Fees (determined by student government)
Undergraduate, full-time, per semester $100
Undergraduate, part-time, per semester $50
Graduate (non-Law), per semester $50
Note: The above activity fees are waived for CUA employees.  
  
New Student Fee (assessed in first semester only)
Undergraduate $425
Graduate (non-Metropolitan School of Professional Studies) and Law $425
Graduate (Metropolitan School of Professional Studies) $125
Certificate programs $200
CUA Employees $130
Credit Non-Affiliated Students (Workshops & High School) $45
 
Technology Fee
Undergraduate, Graduate (non-Metro), & Law, full-time, per semester $150
Undergraduate, Graduate (non-Metro), & Law, part-time, per semester $95
Metropolitan School of Professional Studies, full-time, per semester $75
Metropolitan School of Professional Studies, part-time, per semester $45
 
In the School of Arts & Sciences
Master of Science in Business Analysis Student Fee, full-time, per semester $410
Master of Science in Business Analysis Student Fee, part-time, per semester $205
 
In the Columbus School of Law
Law Student Fee, Day Division, per year $85
Law Student Fee, Evening Division, per year $80
Student Bar Association Fee, per semester $40
 
In the School of Library & Information Science
Instructional Technology Fee, per semester $25
 
In the School of Nursing
Undergraduate Curriculum Fee, per semester $120

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MISCELLANEOUS FEES

Academic
Audit Fees
     Law School Audit Fee (Law School Alumni only) $200
     Post-Doctoral Audit Fee $200
Course Fees
     Art Department Course Fee $32
     Clinical Laboratory Fee $120
     Dance Class Fee $175
     Language Instructional Fee $52
     Malpractice Insurance Fee, Low $60
     Malpractice Insurance Fee, High $140
     Music Instruction Fee: 1 credit undergraduate required MUPI course $143
     Music Instruction Fee: 1 credit graduate required MUPI course $112
     Music Instruction Fee: 2 credit required MUPI course $184
     Music Instruction Fee: 3 credit required MUPI course $270
     Music Instruction Fee: 1 credit elective MUPI course $270
     Music Instruction Fee: 3 credit elective MUPI course $510
Education Abroad Administrative Fees (Spring 2013 rates are subject to change)
     CUA Rome Program, Fall semester $2,500
     CUA Rome Program, Spring semester $5,000
     Hong Kong Engineering Exchange Program, per semester $1,055
     London Dramatic Academy Program, per semester $8,750
     CUA Affiliated Programs not listed above, per semester $5,000
Note: A portion of the above Education Abroad fees is paid directly to CUAbroad as a program deposit.  The remaining balance is billed to the student account.
     Non-CUA Affiliated Program, one semester program $300
     Non-CUA Affiliated Program, two semester program $500
     Program Cancellation Fee varies
Other Academic Fees
     Language Placement Test Fee $72
     Law School Transient Fee $250
     Music Recital Fee, per recital $61
     Portfolio Fee (SAIL Program) $250
  
Non-Academic
Health Services Fees varies
ID Card Replacement Fee $30
Music Locker Rental Fees
     Large, per year $14
     Medium, per year $12
     Small, per year $10
     Instrument, per year $23
Music Practice Room Fees
     Grand Piano/Schudi Organ/Harpsichord, per semester (5 hours per week) $61
     Upright Piano/Organ, per semester (5 hours per week) $51
     St. Vincent's Chape/Harp. Room, per year (key deposit) $61
Re-Admission Fee $100
Returned Check Fee $65
Student Medical Insurance, per year (billed in full in the Fall semester) $1,555
Student Medical Insurance, Spring semester only $957
Note: Enrollment in the CUA Student Medical Insurance plan is required for all domestic students enrolled in 12 or more credits and all international students (regardless of the number of credits enrolled) unless an online coverage waiver is completed by the published deadline.  Additional information on the student medical insurance plan and instructions for waiving coverage are available here as well as at the Student Medical Insurance webpage.
 
Application Fees (these fees do not bill or credit to the student account)
All schools except the School of Law: Undergraduate and Graduate $55
School of Law: Law Student $70
School of Law: Visiting Law Student $30
Education Abroad $100
   
Registration Deposits (these fees do not bill to the student account and are non-refundable)
Undergraduate, Residential $500
Undergraduate, Commuter $300
Graduate (non-Law) $200
Law, first deposit $150
Law, second deposit $450
Law, deferred admissions $500

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LATE FEES

Late Registration Fee (for initial registration on or after the first day of the term) $75
Late Enrollment Fee (for initial registration after the final drop/add deadline) $500
Late/Incomplete Immunization Record Fee (see Student Health Serviceswebpage for details) $100
  
Late Payment Fees 
Payment is due by the published due date each term.  Unpaid balances are subject to late payment fees and interest charges as outlined here.
Late Fee (assessed once per term on outstanding term balance) 5%
Interest (assessed on the 15th of each month on entire outstanding balance) 18% per annum
   

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HOUSING

Housing charges are per semester and include phone, T.V. hook-up, laundry, and internet services.  Additional information is available through the Office of Housing Services.
Fees
Housing deposit for continuing students (not billed to the student account) $500
Housing Cancellation Fee (outlined in the Residence Hall & Dining Services Agreement) $500
Lockout & Key Replacement Fees varies
Room & Common Area Damage Fees varies
 
Caldwell, Flather, Gibbons, Regan, Ryan, and Seton Halls
Single, per semester $4,070
Single with bath, per semester $4,447
Double, per semester $3,768
Double with bath, per semester $4,447
Triple, per semester $3,556
Triple with bath, per semester $4,195
Quad with bath, per semester $4,195
 
Centennial Village
Double with bath, per semester $4,447
 
Curley Court
Apartment Double, per semester $5,018
 
Millennium Halls
Apartment Single, per semester $5,257
Apartment Double, per semester $5,018
Single Suite A, per semester $5,018
Single Suites B & C, per semester $4,755
 
Opus Hall
Suite Single, per semester $5,018
Suite Double, per semester $4,755
   
Note: Not all room types are available in each hall.  Refer to the Residence Hall Informationwebpage for descriptions of available room types in specific halls.

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BOARD

In University dining halls, per semester.  Additional information is available through Dining Services.
Meal Plans
Anytime Silver, per semester $2,599
Anytime Gold, per semester $2,699
Anytime Platinum, per semester $2,799
Block 175 Plan, per semester $2,367
Block 100 Plan, per semester $1,499
Block 75 Plan, per semester $1,032
Block 50 Plan, per semester $760
Block 25 Plan, per semester $484
Note: Residential Freshmen and Sophomores are required to select an Anytime meal plan.

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TUITION AND FEES: SUMMER SESSION 2012

 

TUITION

All schools except School of Canon Law, Columbus School of Law, and Metropolitan School of Professional Studies, per credit hour $880
School of Canon Law, per credit hour $1,420
Columbus School of Law, per credit hour $1,515
Columbus School of Law - Cracow Program, per credit hour $700
Metropolitan School of Professional Studies, per credit hour $775
 

FEES

Except as noted below, fee rates from the Fall 2011-Spring 2012 academic year will apply.
 
Student Record Fee (assessed in first semester only)
Visiting Students (attending Summer Session only) $45
 
Miscellaneous Fees
Application Fee (visiting students attending Summer Session only) $25
Education Abroad Administrative Fee, CUA Affiliated Program varies
Education Abroad Administrative Fee, non-CUA Affiliated Program $175
Music Instruction Fee: 1 credit required MUPI course $51
Music Instruction Fee: 2 credit required MUPI course $77
Music Instruction Fee: 1 credit elective MUPI course $102
Music Instruction Fee: 1 credit elective MUPI course $179
 

HOUSING & BOARD

Housing
Information and rates can be found at the Conferences and Pryzbyla Management website
 
Board
Information and rates can be found at the Office of Dining Services website.

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