Student Financial Services

Tuition and Fees 2015-2016

 

Full-time Traditional: Freshmen, Transfers (entered fall 2015)Cost
 Flat rate between 12 and 16 credits $13,616 per semester
 $27,233 annually
Less than 12 credits or more than 16 credits      $908 per credit
Returning and Nontraditional Students
(entered prior to fall 2013)
Cost
Undergraduate (entered prior to 2013)     $908 per credit
Adult Degree Completion discount     $690 per credit

  Blended Summer-Traditional Student
  Blended online RN-BSN
  ORMC Discount rate

      $690 per credit 
      $614 per credit
      $551 per credit

West Point / Stewart reduced rate & online
Military on-campus Adult Program
25% contract discount

     $250 per credit
    $575 per credit
    $680 per credit

Graduate*
25% Discount rate (alumni, contract, student teaching schools, military)

    $750 per credit

    $563 per credit

FeesCost
General fee, per semester
   Full-time student
   Part-time student and nontraditional

      $500
        $80
New Student Fee      $225
Laundry Fee, per semester       $35
Application Fee       $45
Returned Check       $25
Drop fee, per drop       $10
Late Payment Fee      $200
Undergraduate RoomCost
Regular room  $4,005 per semester
  $8,010 annually
Single room  $4,474 per semester
  $8,948 annually
          Undergraduate Board (Meal Plan)                   Cost
Standard Board   $2,909 per semester
  $5,818 annually
Elmwood and Senior Board  $2,321 per semester
  $4,642 annually
Graduate Room and Board                   Cost
Room   $4,474 per semester
Board  $2,321 per semester
Room & Board  $6,795 per semester
Room & Board$13,590 annually
Military Room

    $875 per month
 $4,375 per semester
 $1,750 per summer
 (includes $500 fall/spring flex dollars)

 

Note: Full-time status is defined as taking 12 or more credits per semester. Rates are effective beginning with fall semester 2015 and Accelerated Session C 2015. Rate increase: 3.5 % tuition; 2% room & board. 

*Mount Alumni: We're offering a 25% reduction on graduate tuition for students who earned a bachelor's degree from the Mount (with the exception of 5-year bachelor's/master's degree students on scholarship.) Come back to the Mount for a graduate degree, save money, and improve your range of possibilities in a competitive job market.

These figures were updated in March 2015, and were accurate at that time.

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