2022-2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Nov 30, 2022  
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog

Graduate Tuition and Fees



Following are the tuition, fees, and charges beginning with the Fall 2022 term. The University reserves the right, at any time, to make whatever changes it may deem necessary in admission requirements, fees, charges, tuition, policies, regulations, and academic programs prior to the start of any class, semester, or session.  Please refer to the Bursar’s Office website for the most current up to date rates.

 

Pre-Enrollment Fees                                              Per Occurrence 

Application Fee                                                          $50

Tuition Deposit                                                           $300

 

Tuition and Fees Per Credit Hour Per Term Yearly Total

Graduate Tuition 

$1,020    
Graduate Tuition Online (*no general fee) $1,020    

Graduate Student General Fee- Full-Time (9 credits or more)

  $125 $250
Graduate Student General Fee- Part-Time    $105 $210
Student Health Insurance (mandatory Full-Time International students)         $1,525 
       
Graduate Degree Program Costs   Per Credit Hour 2022-2023 Total Program Cost 2022-2023
Professional MBA and EMBA (38.5 credits)   $1,200 $46,200
MBA Tuition(12 Hour Concentration - 48 credits)   $1,020  
MBA Tuition (Accounting, Finance, and Other 15 Hour Concentrations - 51 Credits)   $1,020  
MBA Tuition (Certified Financial Analyst and Other 18 Hour Concentrations - 54 Credits)   $1,020  
Health Care Cohort   $1,020 $36,720
       
Graduate Online Program Costs Per Credit Hour    
M. S. Accounting $795    
Master of Business Administration (MBA) $795    
M.S. Business Analytics  $795    
M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling $743    
M. S. Cyber Management and Leadership $795    
M.S. Esports Business $795    
Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) $773    
Master of Public Health (MPH) $743    
       
 Winter Intersession

     Per Credit Hour  

   
Tuition $1,020    
       
All Summer Sessions Effective May 2023 Per Credit Hour   Per Term
Tuition  $1,020    
Mandatory Technology Fee (per term)     $50
       
Auditing Per Credit Hour    
Alumni $100    
Non-Alumni $150    

 

Residential Life Charges  Monthly   Per Term   Yearly Total 
Atwood Studio (Graduate Student) $1,509   $9.052   $18,104
Atwood 1 Bedroom (Graduate Student) $1,738   $10,427   $20,854
Atwood 2 Bedroom (Graduate Student) $1,681   $10,083   $20,166
Main Street Condominiums (Graduate Student)      $6,232   $12,464
Park View - Studio (Graduate Student) $1,414   $8,485   $16,670
Housing Activity Fee ( All Residence Halls)     $50   $100
         

 

Addition Fees Per Occurrence   Per Credit Hour
Co-op Registration (Full Time)                          $150                     
Co-op Registration (Part-Time) $75    
Comprehensive Examination Fee $300    
Continuing Registration FeeLate Payment Fee - monthly $150    
Crediting Examination Fee (per credit)        $100
Diploma Replacement Fee $50    
Doctoral Dissertation copyright and filing fee $150    
Lab fees $25-$4,000    
Late Payment Fee Click here for details           
Returned ACH Fee $10    
Returned Check Fee $30    
Student ID Replacement Card $20    

 

Payment

All university bills are due to be paid on time. If the payment is not received by the designated due date, you may be assessed a late fee as well as have a financial hold placed on your record.  This hold will restrict you from scheduling/registering for future classes, viewing grades requesting transcripts, and receiving your diploma. 

The administrative hold is only removed after the outstanding balance is paid in full. Should a bill remain outstanding for an extended period of time, the account will be referred to an outside collection agency and an additional collection fee will be added to the balance due. The student will be responsible for paying this additional fee. The account will also be reported to a national credit bureau.

NOTE: Students are responsible for payment of tuition to the University, even though they may be eligible for their employer’s tuition reimbursement plan. Students are responsible for making arrangements with their employers for reimbursement.

Refund Policy

To be eligible for a cancellation or refund of tuition charges, students must formally withdraw from the course under the University’s self-service on-line registration system. The date of online withdrawal determines the amount of the refund, if any, due the student.

Tuition may be refunded in full when a class is closed, full, canceled or when the university rejects the enrollment application. If a student chooses to drop or withdraw from a course, tuition and other institutional charges will be refunded in accordance with the following schedule: 

To

Withdrawing or Dropping from Graduate Courses (Full Semester)

Percent of Refund

Date of Withdrawal

100%

During 1st week of semester

80%

2nd week of semester

60%

3rd week of semester

40%

4th week of semester

20%

5th week of semester

0% After 5th week of semester

 

Withdrawing or Dropping from Graduate Courses (Online, Mini-term, and Summer Courses)

Percent of Refund

Date of Withdrawal

100%

During 1st week of semester

80%

2nd week of semester

0%

After 2nd week of semester

* Consult the Refund Policy on the University’s website for term specific deadline dates. Please note meal room and meal plan charges are prorated as outlined above.

Any refund amount is credited to the student’s University account. No refunds are made for courses taken and subsequently waived.

 

         *** Important note regarding Title IV funds ***

Withdrawal from classes may require the return of Title IV funds.  Please review the policy regarding the return of Title IV funds which is located on the financial aid website.

 

 

Change, Cancellation, or Suspension of University Program or Operations

The University may change, modify, cancel, or suspend its programs and operations in the University’s sole discretion in the event of causes beyond its reasonable control, including but not limited to those relating to, arising from, or in connection with fire, floods, embargoes, war, acts of war, terrorism, acts of civil or military authority, insurrections, riots, demonstrations, strikes, lockouts or other labor disturbances, acts of God, natural disasters, epidemics, pandemics, disease outbreaks, public health crises, or acts, regulations, orders, decrees, or laws of any local, state, or federal government (each a “Force Majeure Event”).  The decision to change, modify, cancel, or suspend its programs and operations shall be made at the discretion and judgment of the University.  If a Force Majeure Event occurs, the University shall not be held liable or responsible, nor be deemed to be have defaulted under or breached any contractual obligations, for failing or delaying in fulfilling or performing any services or contractual duty, and students will not be entitled to a refund of tuition, fees, or any other costs in the event the University’s programs or operations, including but not limited to in-person classes and activities, are modified to provide alternative modes or methods of operation, suspended, cancelled, interrupted, or changed.

VA Pending Payment Compliance

In accordance with Title 38 US Code 3679 subsection (e), this school adopts the following additional provisions for any students using the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Post 9/11 G.I. Bill® (Ch. 33) or Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (Ch. 31) benefits, while payment to the institution is pending from the V A. This school will not:

• Prevent the student’s enrollment;

• Assess a late penalty fee to;

• Require student secure alternative or additional funding;

• Deny their access to any resources (access to classes, libraries, or other institutional facilities) available to other students who have satisfied their tuition and fee bills to the institution.

However, to qualify for this provision, such students may be required to:

• Provide Chapter 33 Certificate of Eligibility (or its equivalent) or for Chapter 31, VA VR&E’s contract with the school on VA Form 28-1905 by the first day of class.

Note: Chapter 33 students can register at the VA Regional Office to use E-Benefits to get the equivalent of a Chapter 33 Certificate of Eligibility. Chapter 31 student cannot get a completed VA Form 28-1905 (or any equivalent) before the V A VR&E case-manager issues it to the school.