1 The Colorado School of Mines Budget Committee, the Associated Students of CSM, and the President recommend the following tuition rates, fees, and other charges for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2003 and ending June 30, Tuition rates are effective Fall Semester, Tuition Fall Semester 2003 and Spring Semester 2004 Resident AY 2002 AY 2003 AY 2004 Less than 10 credit hours (undergraduate) $164/hr $217/hr 10 or more credit hours $2,470/semester $2,623/semester $2,850/semester Less than 10 credit hours (graduate) $246/hr $261/hr More than 15 credit hours (graduate) Non-Resident Less than 10 credit hours (undergraduate) $535/hr $729/hr 10 or more credit hours $8,035/semester $8,758/semester $9,515/semester Less than 10 credit hours (graduate) $803/hr $875/hr More than 15 credit hours (graduate) Summer and Field Sessions 2004 Resident Summer and Field Sessions 2004 Per credit hour (undergraduate and graduate) Non-resident Summer and Field Sessions 2004 Per credit hour (undergraduate and graduate) Other Courses and Programs Resident Non-Resident Executive Master of Science in Environmental Science & Engineering $2,850/semester $9,515/semester Executive Master of Science in Economics and Business ETM Program $2,850/semester $9,515/semester See Fees on Page 5 - Other Courses and Programs Special Tuition Rates Senior Citizens Waiver of tuition for up to 3 credit hours per semester on a space available basis. The student (62 yr. Or older) does not receive academic credit. CSM Employees Please refer to the current edition of the Faculty Handbook. Csm students attending colleges outside the United States are assessed tuition as determined by the Office of International Programs. Charges may be guided by agreements with cooperating institutions. CSM students on COOP are not charged tuition and fees. Graduate students accepted under agreement with WICHE are assessed resident tuition. Students on active duty are assessed resident tuition in accordance with State statute.
2 Page 2. FEES All degree seeking and non-degree students enrolled in 4 or more credit hours during the Fall and/or Spring semester shall pay all mandatory student fees. Degree seeking students enrolled in Field Term or Summer Session shall pay the specified fees regardless of the credit hours for which they are enrolled. CSM students attending colleges outside the United States are assessed the Technology Fee only. During the Fall and/or Spring semesters, degree seeking students taking less than 4 credit hours are not required to pay student fees, except for the Technology Fee. All students including non-degree, high school, CSM employees, and community college students enrolled in one or more hours shall pay the Technology Fee. Any such student, however, wishing to take part in student activities and receive student privileges may do so by paying full mandatory fees. A student may obtain Health Services (except dental services) only by paying the Health Services fee during the first two weeks of the semester. Students who have not paid the Health Services fee may receive dental services by paying a higher fee for service. The Health Services fee entitles students to use the facility and the services it provides. The Associated Students fee assists in funding school events such as Homecoming, E-Days, Friday Afternoon Club, Mines Activity Council activities and Intramural sports. Additionally, the fee subsidizes a variety of Student Organizations and campus publications including the Oredigger and the Prospector. The Associated Students of Colorado School of Mines (ASCSM) administers the fee. The Athletic fee entitles students to use the athletic facilities and includes entrance to all sports events. The Student Assistance fee entitles students to receive services provided by CSM Public Safety. These services include safety seminars, improved campus lighting, vehicle assistance such as changing flat tires, retrieving locked keys, and accompanying students to and from residence halls/vehicles, and to and from campus buildings. The Technology fee funds the provision of state-of-the art instructional technonogy; campus and internet network access, dial-in-services, software licensing and service support, and appropriate access to resources required to meet academic program needs. The Student Services fee helps defer some of the costs for the operation of the Department of Student Life, the Student Center, Student Activities, Student Development, and Academic Services, Career Planning and Placement, Minority Engineering Program, and the Outdoor Recreation Center. A portion is also used to retire the bond indebtedness of the Auxiliary facilities in accordance with Senate Bill Field and Summer Session Fees Academic field and summer sessions may at times require fees be assessed to enrolled students. These special fees may include, but are not limited to, the following: Room and board fees for off-campus lodging, Travel expenses, Class material/tools, Costs of external laboratory analysis. The cost of these services vary from year to year and the academic department makes decisions regarding field and summer session structure subsequent to the deadlines outlined in the Board of Trustees approved Institutional Plan for Student Fees and Other Charges. The Board shall approve such special field and summer session fees in principle, subject to the review and approval of the President prior to student assessment.
3 Page 3. FEES Recommended AY 2002 AY 2003 AY 2004 Fall and Spring Semesters (Mandatory) Health Services $45.00/semester $45.00/semester $45.00/semester Associated Students $58.00/semester $58.00/semester $63.00/semester Athletic Fee $44.00/semester $46.00/semester $47.00/semester Student Assistance Fee $13.50/semester $14.00/semester $14.50/semester Technology Fee $60.00/semester $60.00/semester $60.00/semester Student Services $120.00/semester $130.00/semester $137.00/semester Total $340.50/semester $353.00/semester $366.50/semester Summer Session: Academic Courses and Thesis Research (on campus) Health Services $22.50/semester $22.50/semester $22.50/session Athletic Fee $22.00/semester $23.00/semester $23.50/session Student Assistance Fee - - $7.25/session Technology Fee $30.00/semester $30.00/semester $30.00/session Student Services $60/semester $65.00/semester $68.50/session Total $134.50/semester $140.50/semester $151.75/session Field Session Courses On Campus Health Services $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 Student Services $43.00 $47.00 $51.00 Total $60.00 $64.00 $68.00 Student Health Insurance Fall $ $ Prices subject Spring and Summer $ $ to contract negotiations Health insurance is mandatory for all students unless proof of coverage is provided to the Registrar. Health Center Student Physicals (New students only) $30.00 $30.00 Immunizations (Hepatitis B and meningitis only) At cost At cost
5 Page 5. Recommended AY 2002 AY 2003 AY 2004 Instructional Fees Chemistry Lab (Applies to: CHGN 121, CHGN 126 $15.00 $30.00 $30.00 CHGN 201, CHGN 221, CHGN 222) Military Science Lab (Applies to: MSGN 103/104, $35.00/semester $175.00/semester $175.00/semester 203/204, 403/404) On-line Courses $40.00/per credit hour $40.00/per credit hour Other Courses and Programs Executive Master of Science in Environmental Science and Engineering $200/per credit hour $200/per credit hour Executive Master of Science in Economics and Business ETM Program $250/per credit hour $250/per credit hour Economics and Business IFP Exchange Program $1,000/per semester $1,000/per semester Graduation Fees Bachelors $75.00 $90.00 $ Double-degree $ $ $ Professional Engineer*A $ $ $ Masters (Non-thesis)*A $ $ $ Masters (Thesis)*B $ $ $ Doctoral*B $ $ $ Extra thesis binding $20.00 $21.00 $22.00 Optional Silver Diploma (remake or extra silver diploma) $ $ $ Silver Diploma (special ordered) $ $ $ Gold Diploma (regular)*c $ $ $ Gold Diploma (special ordered)*c $ $ $ *A: Includes a silver diploma. *B: Includes a silver diploma plus thesis binding. *C: For fifty year Alumni. Application Fees $45.00 $45.00 $45.00 Undergraduate $40.00 $45.00 $45.00 Graduate $40.00 $40.00 $40.00 On-line Graduate application $ $ $ Late reg. Fee after five days
6 Page 6. Recommended AY 2002 AY 2003 AY 2004 Student Orientation New and transfer students $25.00 $40.00 $40.00 New International students $0.00 $50.00 $60.00 (Exempt from the refund policy) Summer Orientation (Explore) $40.00 $40.00 $40.00 Parent Orientation $25.00 $35.00 $35.00 Preview CSM (Fall) $11.00 $11.00 $15.00 Discover CSM (Spring) $11.00 $11.00 $15.00 Parents Day/Week-end $18.00/guest $18.00/guest $18.00/guest Study Abroad Fees Application Fee $25.00 Mailing Cost Fee $50.00 Non-exchange Fee $ Late Fee $50.00
7 Page 7. Tuition and Fees Refund Policy The amount of tuition and fee assessments is based primarily on each student's enrolled courses. In the event a student withdraws from a course or courses, assessments will be adjusted as follows: If the withdrawal is made prior to the end of the add/drop period for the term of enrollment, as determined by the Registrar, tuition and fees will be adjusted to the new course level without penalty. If the withdrawal from a course or courses is made after the add/drop period, and the student does not officially withdraw from School, no adjustment in charges will be made. If the withdrawal from courses is made after the add/drop period, and the student withdraws from School, tuition and fee assessments will be reduced according to the following schedule: Within the 7 calendar days following the end of the add/drop period, 60 percent reduction in charges. Within the next following 7 calendar days, a 40 percent reduction in charges, Within the next following 7 calendar days, a 20 percent reduction in charges, After that period, no reduction of charges will be made. To comply with federal regulations surrounding student financial aid programs, the Director of Financial Aid may modify this schedule in individual circumstances. The schedule above applies to the Fall and Spring semesters. The time periods for the Summer sessions - Field and Summer - will be adjusted in proportion to the reduced number of days in these semesters.
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