Fall 2014-Spring 2015 Tuition, Fees & Other Expenses Undergraduate, Graduate & Professional Students

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1 TUITION & FEE CHARGES Tuition is determined by the student s residency status, the number of credit s for which the student is registered, the student s course of study, and the student s classification level. Undergraduate An undergraduate student (freshman, sophomore, junior or senior) registered for 12 or more credits s during any semester is classified as full-time. Non-Block Undergraduate Student: Students who are newly admitted to an undergraduate degree or certificate program beginning in or after the Fall 2013 Semester are classified as non-block for tuition assessment purposes. Non-block undergraduate students registered for less than 15 credit s are charged tuition at a per-credit- rate. If registered for 15 or more credit s, tuition for the additional credits s (15 or more) will be assessed at a reduced per-credit- rate. The mandatory fees are charged at a per-credit- rate for one to 12 credit s. The mandatory fees cap at 12 credit s. Block Undergraduate Student:: Undergraduate students who were enrolled in a degree or certificate program prior to the Fall 2013 Semester and are not required to reapply for admissions to the University are classified as block for tuition assessment purposes. Part-time undergraduate students, those enrolled in fewer than 12 credit s are charged tuition and fees on a per-credit- rate based on their program. Tuition and mandatory fees are charged at a flat rate for block undergraduate students enrolled in 12 to 18 credit s. Undergraduate block students enrolled for more than 18 credits s during any semester will be charged an overload tuition fee. This fee is charged on a per-credit- basis above the full-time tuition rate. Graduate Masters/Doctoral Graduate students enrolled for nine to 15 credit s during any semester are classified as fulltime. Tuition and fees are charged at a flat rate. Students registered for less than nine credit s are charged a per-credit- rate based on their program. Graduate students enrolled for more than 15 credit s during any semester will be charged an overload tuition fee. This fee is charged on a per-credit- basis above the full-time tuition rate. The overload tuition fee will not apply to students in first professional programs. Holiday (Winter) Intersession Holiday Intersession courses are billed on the spring invoice, but are computed separately from the spring semester s charges. The cost of a Holiday Intersession course is the standard percredit- tuition with no fees. Non-Degree Seeking Students who hold bachelor s degrees are classified as DHG (degree holder Fall 2014-Spring 2015 Tuition, Fees & Other Expenses Undergraduate, Graduate & Professional Students graduate) if they enroll in one or more graduate courses. Non-degree seeking students who hold undergraduate degrees are classified as DHU (degree-holder undergraduate), if they enroll in all undergraduate courses. DHU students will be assessed tuition and fees as a non-block undergraduate student. If the student makes changes to his or her course enrollment, the student s classification and charges change in accordance with these guidelines. MANDATORY FEES Student Activity Fee is charged to all full-time and part-time students. This fee supports activities scheduled throughout the academic year, such as concerts, plays, student organizations and publications. The fee per semester is $45 for full-time undergraduate students, $28 for full-time graduate students,and $4 per-credit for part-time students. Student Government Association (SGA) Fee is charged to all full-time and part-time students. This fee supports social, cultural and other activities. The fee is $18 per semester for full-time students and $7 for part-time students. Student Health Fee is charged to all full-time students on both campuses. Part-time students may participate on an optional basis but must pay the full fee. The health fee covers unlimited visits to University Student Health Services (USHS) for acute and chronic ailments, after-s phone advice for an urgent medical problem, and most laboratory tests associated with acute illnesses ordered by USHS staff, among other services. The student health fee does not cover accidental injury, emergency room visits, or hospitalization. The fee is $97.50 per semester. University Fee is charged to all full-time and part-time students. Full-time students pay a flat rate of $ per semester. Part-time students pay $73.23 per credit. This fee is used by the university to support recreational sports facilities, the Student Commons, campus development, career and counseling centers, student disability and student service center, intercollegiate athletics and other programs. Technology Fee is charged to all full-time and part-time undergraduate, graduate and professional students in all programs. (For pharmacy see School of Pharmacy Technology Fee.) The fee is used to provide for a student s technological needs and to support university-wide technology initiatives. The fee is $41.50 per semester for full-time students and $4.61 per credit for part-time students. Library Fee is charged to all full-time and part-time undergraduate, graduate and professional students in all programs. Fee revenues are used to sustain around the clock s in Cabell Library and the new library facility, expand s at the Tompkins- McCaw Library, strengthen digital tools and offerings, and generally support operating costs for VCU Libraries. The fee is $25 per semester for full-time students and $2.08 per credit for part-time students. Capital Outlay Fee is charged to all full-time and part-time non-resident, on-campus students. Fulltime students pay a flat rate of $306 per semester. Part-time students pay $25.50 per credit. As required by the State Appropriation Act, revenue is used to reimburse the College Building Authority for a portion of the debt service costs attributable to non-resident students on bonds issued under the 21st Century Program. Revenue is also used to reimburse the State Treasury Board for costs attributable to non-resident students for the debt service on bond issues used to finance equipment purchases through the Higher Education Equipment Trust Fund. Online Course Fee of $55 per credit is charged for undergraduate and graduate online courses. The fee is for operational and personnel support to develop and maintain online courses. SPECIAL TUITION & FEES The following programs are charged special tuition and fees. Unless noted, the following fees are assessed for special programs and/or courses in addition to the standard tuition charges and required fees. COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SCIENCES Foreign Language Lab Fee of $10 per credit is charged to certain foreign language courses and is used to support the language learning lab. Science Lab Fees of $65 for selected courses in Biology, Chemistry, and Forensic Science are charged to cover the cost of lab materials. World Cinema Course Fee of $10 per credit is charged to certain world cinema courses and is used to support the language learning lab. DA VINCI CENTER FOR INNOVATION The Master of Product Innovation Program (including mandatory fees) for a full-time resident is $10, per semester and $11, per semester for a non- resident. A parttime resident pays $1, per credit and a non-resident pays $1, per credit. LIFE SCIENCES Life Science Lab Fees of $65 to $125 for selected courses are charged to cover the cost of lab materials.

2 SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS Professional Master of Science in Health Administration Program Online Fee is charged to all Professional M.S.H.A. Online program students to cover costs associated with program administration. Full-time program majors are charged $1,525 per semester. Part-time program majors and non-majors taking Professional M.S.H.A. Online program courses are charged $144 per credit. PhD in Health-Related Science Program Fee is charged to all students in the program to cover program costs. Full-time program majors are charged $1,750 per semester. Part-time program majors and non-majors taking courses in the program are charged $200 per credit. MS in Rehabilitation Counseling is an online program. Both resident and non-resident students pay $6, per semester if full-time and $ per credit if part-time. MS in Nurse Anesthesia is $7, for full-time resident students and $12, for nonresident students per semester. Part-time residents are charged $ per credit and non-resident students are charged $1, per credit. Doctorate in Nurse Anesthesia Practice is $7, for full-time resident students and $12, for non-resident students per semester. These rates include the $1,750 per semester DNAP Program Fee. Part-time residents are charged $ per credit and non-resident students are charged $1, per credit. These part-time rates include a program fee of $200 per credit which is charged to both majors and non-majors. Patient Counseling is $1, for full-time residents and $2, for non-resident students per semester. Part-time residents are charged $ per credit and nonresident students are charged $ per credit. Doctor of Physical Therapy Program fulltime students are charged a program fee of $400 per semester. Radiation Sciences Fee of $100 per semester is assessed to full time undergraduate students enrolled in the Radiation Sciences Program. The revenues are used for laboratory and clinical training. Occupational Therapy Fee is charged to masters students enrolled in the OT Program. The revenues are used for cadavers, cremation, assistive and instructional technology lab supplies, equipment, and maintenance, and for field workrelated instruction. The fee is $175 per semester for full-time students and $12 per credit for part-time students. Clinical Laboratory Science Fee is charged to undergraduate students enrolled in Clinical Laboratory Science programs. The fee is $150 per semester for full-time students and $75 per semester for part-time students. The revenues are used for laboratory reagents, supplies, personal protective equipment, challenge exams, and clinical rotation laboratory manuals. Clinical Laboratory Science Categorical Track Fee of $75 per semester is charged to students in the Categorical Master s Track Program. Allied Health Professions Program Fee is charged to MHA graduate students to cover the costs associated with skills assessment, leadership orientation activities, and industry speakers. The fee is $50 per semester for full-time students and $5 per credit for part-time students. SCHOOL OF THE ARTS Arts Majors Tuition Differential is charged to all School of the Arts majors. The revenues are allocated to the individual departments for the cost of materials, services and/or equipment. The fee per semester is $925 for full-time students and $110 per credit for part-time students. Undergraduate students who enroll in more than 18 credit s and graduate students who enroll in more than 15 credit s are assessed an arts overload tuition differential of $110 per-credit-. Art Instructional Support Fee is charged to non-art majors who enroll in art courses and the fee is used to support course instruction. The fee is $32 per course. Private Music Lessons Fee is charged to nonmusic majors enrolled in private music lessons and is used to cover the cost of the lessons. The fee is $307 for one-credit-. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Brandcenter offers a graduate program for students interested in art direction, account planning, account management and copyrighting. The tuition and fees are a flat rate of $10, per semester for a resident and $11, per semester for a non-resident student. Business Majors Fee is charged to all School of Business majors. The revenues from this fee are used to fund programs within the School of Business. The fee per semester is: Undergraduate Graduate Full-Time... $ $ Part-Time.....$ $ Non-Business Majors Fee is charged to nonbusiness major students who enroll in business courses. The fee is $34 per course for 300 and 400 level business courses and $112 per course for 500 level and higher business courses. Fees are used to support instructional cost in the School of Business. Fast Track Master of Business Administration offers a 13 course graduate program at a cost of $56,500. Fees are used to support the program. Fast Track MS in Information Systems offers a 10 course program at a cost of $35,000. Fees are used to support the program. The program fee for the dual degree option of the Fast Track MS in Information Systems is $24,500 and is only open to graduates of the Fast Track MBA program. SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY Advanced Dental Education Program is $3, per semester for all students. Dental Student Government Fee of $15 per semester is charged to all dental students to cover student related activities in the school. The American Student Dental Association Fee of $42.50 per semester is charged to all professional dental students. Clinic Technology Fee is charged to all dental students. The fee is used to purchase and support an upgraded clinical technology system. The fee is $59.50 per semester for dental hygiene students and $ per semester for professional dental students. Clinical Electronic Health Record Laptop Fee of $1,743 is charged to all first year dental hygiene and first year professional dental students. The fee is charged only in the Fall Semester and it covers the purchase of a laptop that will ensure the security of patient data. Clinical Simulation Fee of $115 per semester is charged to all first year professional dental students. Clinical Support Fee of $1, per semester is charged to all professional dental students. Disability Insurance Fee of $37.50 per semester is charged to all professional dental students Dental Course Materials Fee of $100 per semester is charged to second year dental students. Dental Instrument Fees are charged to all dental students. The instrument rental fee is $1,250 per semester and the instrument purchase fee is $1,355 per semester for professional dental students. The instrument rental fee is $344 per semester for first and second year dental hygiene students and the instrument purchase fee is $ per semester for first year dental hygiene students. Dental Printing Fee is charged to all dental students. The fee is used to support printing in the student computer lab and production of the course syllabi. The fee is $5 per semester for dental hygiene students and $10 per semester for professional dental students. Anatomy Fee of $ per semester is charged to first year professional dental students for the use of cadavers in anatomy courses. International Dentist Program offers foreigntrained dentists an opportunity to enter the DDS Dental Degree Program in the second year. IDP students enroll in a preparatory program that costs $29, per semester. The tuition and fees are then a flat rate of $42, per semester for the third and fourth years. SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Student Teaching Internship Fee is charged to education students to pay for honorariums to teachers who assist with student teaching. The fee is $150. Health and Human Performance Lab Fee is charged to students enrolled in athletic training courses. The fee per course is $70 and pays for materials needed for the courses.

3 The SportsCenter Program provides students with a comprehensive background in sports management. The SportsCenter offers a master s degree program, a certificate program for current coaches, seminars, short courses and conferences. The full-time program fee is $9, per semester for residents and $9, per semester for non-residents. Part time on-campus students pay a program fee of $ per credit for residents and $ per credit for non-residents. Part time distant learning students pay a program fee of $ per credit. There is an additional fee of $2,000 for the SPTL-650 course which covers travel and lodging costs. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Engineering Majors Tuition Differential is charged to all undergraduate School of the Engineering majors. The revenues are allocated to the individual departments for the cost of materials, services and/or equipment. The fee per semester is $643 for full-time residents and $887 for non-residents. Part-time residents are charged $53.58 per credit and non-residents are charged $73.92 per credit. Undergraduate students who enroll in more than 18 credit s are assessed an overload tuition differential of $53.58 per credit for residents and $73.92 per credit for non-residents School of Engineering Instructional Lab Fee of $65 per course is assessed to engineering lab courses and is used to support lab costs. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Medical Student Government Fee is charged to all full-time first professional medical students, students enrolled in the MD/PhD Program, and fourth year students enrolled in the MD/MHA Program. The fee of $40 per semester is in addition to the SGA fee and funds an expanded new-student orientation, a student newsletter and other events of student interest. Disability Insurance Fee is assessed to all professional medical, MD/PhD, and fourth year MD/MHA students. The fee is $20 per semester and is required for medical students under accreditation guidelines Drug Screening Fee of $20 per semester is charged to first and third year medical students. The fee covers the cost of drug screening. INOVA Campus Fee is a unique fee for first professional medical students studying on the INOVA Campus. The fee is $ per semester and supports student recreation, student health, and student counseling programs. The fee is in lieu of the University Fee, Student Health Fee and the standard SGA Fee charged to students studying on the. Simulation Fee of $ per semester is charged to first through fourth year medical students to support costs associated with administering simulation curriculum activity. Graduate Certificate Program in Biomedical Sciences (IBMS) is $13, for full-time resident students and $13, for non-resident students per semester. Paramedic Program is a non-degree, credit program. The cost is $ per credit. International Programs in Addiction Studies (IPAS) is $14,940 for full-time students and $830 per credit for part-time students. Human Physiology Lab Fee of $95 per course is charged to students enrolled in PHIZ-206 courses. Quantitative Physiology Fee of $85 per course is charged to students enrolled in quantitative physiology courses. SCHOOL OF NURSING Clinical Lab Fee is charged to all students enrolled in courses with clinical components. The fee is $90 per clinical credit. Health Education Systems Inc. (HESI) Testing Fee of $100 is charged to full-time traditional BS nursing students. Full-time accelerated BS students pay $120. The fee will cover the costs incurred by the School of Nursing for providing student access to the HESI testing package. RN-BS Program Fee of $50 per credit is charged to offset expenses related with instruction. Nursing Education Fee of $25 per credit supports instructional and administrative expenses of education and clinical placement. SCHOOL OF PHARMACY Pharmacy Student Government Fee is charged to all professional pharmacy students in addition to the SGA fee. This fee supports conferences, guest lecturers, student activities and other projects. The fee is $25 per semester. Pharmacy Technology Fee is charged to all graduate and professional pharmacy students at a rate of $150 per semester for computers and instruction-related technology improvements. Experiential Placement Fee is charged to all PharmD students at a rate of $175 per semester. This fee offsets the cost of clerkship site development, expansion and other costs associated with the practicum experience. INOVA Campus Fee is a unique fee for first professional pharmacy students studying on the INOVA Campus. The fee is $500 per semester and supports student recreation, student health, and student counseling programs. The fee is in lieu of the University Fee, Student Health Fee and the standard SGA Fee charged to students studying on the SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK MSW Distance Education Premium Program Fee is charged to all students in the Masters of Social Work Distance Education Program at a rate of $100 per credit. This fee supports instructional and administrative expenses with the field education requirement. Instructional Support Fee is charged to social work students for costs associated with field instruction and placement in participating agencies in, Washington, D.C. and neighboring states. The fees range from $175 to $350 per course. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. Campus Learning Support Fee is charged to all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors at a rate of $20 per semester. This fee supports tutors, supplemental instruction leaders, and writing consultants for undergraduates. DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS.. Cooperative Education Administrative Fee is charged to students for each semester that they are placed in cooperative education positions. The fee is $70 for full-time students and $35 for part-time students. HOUSING per semester : Brandt Hall (9 month) Double... $3, Gladding Phase I (9 month) Single... $3, Double... $3, Gladding Phase II (9 month) Double... $2, Triple... $2, Gladding Phase III (9 month) Single (2 bedroom)... $3, Single (4 bedroom)...$3, Double... $3, Honors Housing (9 month) Single... $3, Johnson Hall (9 month) Single......$2, Double... $2, Triple... $2, Rhoads Hall (9 month) Double... $2, Triple... $2, Ackell Residence Center (12 month) Single (2 bedroom)...$4, Single (4 bedroom)...$4, Broad & Belvidere Apartments (12 month) Single (1 bedroom)... $4, Single (2 bedroom)...$4, Single (3 bedroom)...$4, Single (4 bedroom)...$4, Cary & Belvidere Apartments (12 month) Single (2 bedroom)...$4, Single (4 bedroom)... $4, West Grace Street Apartments (12 month) Single (4 bedroom)... $4, Double (2 bedroom)...$3, West Grace Street North Apartments (12 month) Single (1 bedroom)...$4, Double (2 bedroom)...$3, Single (2 bedroom)...$4, Single (4 bedroom)... $4, : Bear, McRae, Rudd & Warner Halls (9 month) Single... $3, Double... $2, Cabaniss Hall (9 month) Single... $2, Double... $2,636.00

4 Refer to the ial Life and Housing Terms and Conditions for rental agreement details and housing contract cancellation policies. DINING PLAN per semester All students residing in university housing, other than graduate students or VCU apartment residents, are required to purchase one of the essential dining plans listed below. If a dining plan is not selected, students will be assigned and will be billed for the 200 Block Plan Dining Dollars. Essential Dining Plan Options 300 Block Plan Dining Dollars... $2, Block Plan Dining Dollars... $2, Block Plan Dining Dollars... $1, Block Plan Dining Dollars... $1, Block Plan Dining Dollars...$1, Preferred Dining Plan Options 150 Block Plan Dining Dollars... $1, Block Plan + 75 Dining Dollars...$ Block Plan + 75 Dining Dollars... $ Block Plan + 75 Dining Dollars... $ Block Plan Dining Dollars... $ Dining Plan Changes & Cancellation Changes to dining plans will be accepted up to 4 p.m. on Friday, the second week of classes. Refer to the VCU Dining Services Contract Terms and Conditions for further information.. BILLING The Student Accounting Department is responsible for billing students for the charges listed in this schedule. All charges are due by the official start of the fall and spring semesters. For charges that are being paid by sources from outside the university, the Student Accounting Department must receive written verification from the payment source stating the award amount, method of payment and approximate date payment will be received from the organization. The award must be unconditionally guaranteed to the university. Students may deduct these outside awards from the amount due on the invoice providing the above criteria are met. Should the awarding organization default for any reason, the student is financially responsible. INSTALLMENT PAYMENT PLAN The Installment Payment Plan distributes the costs for a semester into four equal installments. A $25 non-refundable application fee is paid in addition to the first installment of each semester. All students with current tuition, fees, residence hall and dining charges of $100 or more are eligible for participation in the Installment Payment Plan. The plan is offered during the fall and spring semesters only. The Installment Payment Plan option must be selected each semester even if the student may have participated during a previous semester. Additional information may be obtained online on the Student Accounting website. UNIVERSITY REFUND POLICY Drop vs. Withdraw Drop charges are removed to indicate that the student never attended the class. The student is not eligible to receive financial aid if he/she drops below half-time enrollment.. Withdraw charges are assessed and adjusted according to the university Refund Policy. The following summarizes the official university tuition and fees policy applicable for fall and spring semesters only (excluding short and non-standard courses): 1. Refunds are calculated on a per credit basis, disregarding full-time cap amounts. Students who are enrolled and then withdraw may not receive a refund. 2. Refunds will be computed based on the actual withdrawal date indicated in the student system. 3. Refunds will not be made to students who do not attend classes and have not completed the required withdrawal procedure. 4. Students who drop or withdraw through the first week of classes will be entitled to a 100 percent reduction of tuition and fees. 5. Students who withdraw after the first week of classes may be entitled to a prorated reduction of tuition and the university fee:» Second week of classes... 80%» Third week of classes... 60%» Fourth week of classes... 40% 6. Students who withdraw after the fourth week of classes are not entitled to receive a reduction of tuition or fees 7. Students who withdraw from all courses and receive Federal Title IV grant or loan assistance are subject to the Federal Financial Aid Refund Policy. Exceptions to the refund policy are made only in rare instances. Written application for an exception must be filed with the Student Accounting Department and addressed to the Refund/Waiver Appeals Committee. Appeals must be submitted within three years from the semester in which the student is appealing. Students will receive written notification of the decision. DISHONORED CHECKS A $50 charge will be assessed for all dishonored checks. A student who pays a past due balance with a dishonored check may be subject to having his or her current and/or future registration cancelled. LATE PAYMENT PENALTY A late payment penalty of 10 percent of the balance, not to exceed $100, will be assessed for those students whose accounts are not paid by the due date specified on the invoice. OTHER EXPENSES In addition to the charges listed in this schedule, students should make allowances for books, supplies and other out-of-pocket expenses when figuring the total cost of education. RESIDENCY STATUS Residency refers to the present, fixed home of an individual to which he/she returns following temporary absences, and at which the individual intends to remain indefinitely. The student s residency classification will determine whether tuition will be calculated at the resident or non-resident rate. Eligibility for the residency classification is governed by the Code of and is determined by the university. The following factors considered to support a claim of entitlement to residency privileges must have existed for a minimum of one year prior to the first official day of classes:» Physical residence.» Driver s license.» State to which income taxes are filed.» State to which income taxes are paid.» Motor vehicle registration.» Voter registration.» Employment. The presence of any or all of these factors does not automatically result in residency. Students desiring a change of residency status for tuition purposes should file an Application for Change of Domicile for In-state Tuition Rates available from the Student Services Center. The student must present clear and convincing evidence that he or she is not residing in the state primarily to attend school. Changes in residency status shall only be granted from the date the application is received. The application deadline is 30 days prior to the start of the semester. It is strongly recommended that applications be submitted earlier than the stated deadline. Effective July, 1, 2006, a student with instate status for tuition purposes who exceeds 125% of the credit s needed to complete his/her program will be assessed a tuition surcharge. STATEMENT OF STUDENT FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Students who register: 1. Must assume the responsibility for full payment of tuition and fees generated from that registration. 2. Must assume the responsibility for full payment of all housing, dining, and other applicable miscellaneous charges. 3. Must keep a current active address on file with Enrollment Services. Refunds and 1098T tax forms are not issued to students with an inactive mailing address. 4. Must have an active VCU address. The VCU address will be used to notify the student when a new invoice is available in the payment and billing site. Other important notifications are also sent to the VCU address. Failure to acknowledge s and to review the electronic bill online does not relieve responsibility for timely payments. The university reserves the right to revise or alter all fees, regulations pertaining to student fees, and fee collection procedures at any time. PAST DUE ACCOUNTS Students with past due accounts:»will not be allowed to register for classes.» Will not be allowed to receive their diplomas.» Will not be issued official transcripts.» Will be referred to the VCU Collection Unit Pursuant to Section et. seq., of the Code of, and in accordance with rules and regulations promulgated by the state comptroller and attorney general of the commonwealth of, VCU will charge interest, costs and fees on all accounts past due. SET-OFF DEBT COLLECTION ACT Under the provisions of this act, an individual s income tax refund will be subject to the university s claim for any unpaid balance of tuition and fees.

5 UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS (PER SEMESTER) Tuition (per credit ) for each credit less than 15 Tuition (per credit ) for each credit at or greater than 15 Non-Block Undergraduate Students Full-Time (12+ credit s) Full-Time (12+ credit s) $ $ $ $ University Fee (flat rate) Activity Fee (flat rate) SGA Fee (flat rate) Technology Fee (flat rate) Health Fee (flat rate) Library Fee (flat rate) Capital Outlay Fee (flat rate) Block Undergraduate Students Full-Time (12-18 credit s) Full-Time (12-18 credit s) Tuition (flat rate) $4, $11, $4, $11, University Fee (flat rate) Activity Fee (flat rate) SGA Fee (flat rate) Technology Fee (flat rate) Health Fee (flat rate) Library Fee Capital Outlay Fee (flat rate) Total $5, $12, $5, $12, Block and Non-Block Undergraduate Students Part-Time (1-11 credit s) Part-Time (1-11 credit s) Tuition (per credit ) $ $ $ $ University Fee (per credit ) Activity Fee (per credit ) SGA Fee (flat rate) Technology Fee (per credit ) Library Fee (per credit ) Capital Outlay Fee (per credit ) Total $ $1, $ $1, School of Allied Health Professions Special Course and Program Fees A complete listing of all fees and special program costs is available online. Special Course and Program Fees College of Humanities and Sciences World Cinema Course Fee Foreign Language Lab Fee Biology, Chemistry, and Forensic Science Lab Fees Full-Time Part-Time Art Instruction Fee (for non-majors) Private Music Lessons Fee (for non-music majors) Full-Time Part-Time School of the Arts $10.00 per credit $10.00 per credit Art Majors Tuition Differential $ (12-18 credit s) $ per credit School of Business Business Majors Fee Business Course Fee all level business courses (for non majors) School of Education Health and Human Performance Lab Fee $32.00 per course $ for one credit $ flat rate $93.00 flat rate Student Teaching Internship Fee $ School of Engineering $34.00 per course $70.00 per course Engineering Majors Tuition Differential Full-Time $ (12-18 credit s) Part-Time Engineering Lab Fee $53.58 per credit Instructional Support Fee School of Social Work Miscellaneous Fees UC Campus Learning Fee (for all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors) On-Line Course Fee Life Sciences Lab Fee School of Medicine Radiation Sciences Fee $ Quantitative Physiology Lab Fee $85.00 per course Clinical Laboratory Sciences Fee Full-Time $ Part-Time $75.00 Human Physiology Lab Fee $95.00 per course School of Dentistry School of Nursing $ (12-18 credit s) $73.92 per credit ) $175 to $350 per course Instrument Rental Fee $ Clinical Lab Fee $90.00 per credit Instrument Purchase Fee (first year students) $ RN-BS Program Fee $50.00 per credit Laptop Fee (first year students) - Fall Semester Only $1, Nursing Education Fee $25.00 per credit Clinic Technology Fee $59.50 Traditional BS Program HESI Testing Fee $ Printing Fees $5.00 SGA Fee $15.00 Accelerated BS Program HESI Testing Fee $ $20.00 $55.00 per credit

6 GRADUATE STUDENTS (PER SEMESTER) Masters Doctoral Full-Time (9-15 credit s) Per Credit Hour (1-8 credit s) Full-Time (9-15 credit s) Per Credit Hour (1-8 credit s) Tuition $5, $10, $ $1, $4, $9, $ $1, University Fee Activity Fee Technology Fee Health Fee Library Fee Capital Outlay Fee Total $6, $11, $ $1, $5, $10, $ $1, Masters Doctoral Full-Time (9-15 credit s) Per Credit Hour (1-8 credit s) Full-Time (9-15 credit s) Per Credit Hour (1-8 credit s) Tuition $5, $10, $ $1, $4, $9, $ $1, University Fee SGA Fee (flat fee) Technology Fee Health Fee Library Fee Capital Outlay Fee Total $6, $11, $ $1, $5, $10, $ $1, Special Program Costs (including tuition and fees) Da Vinci Center for Innovation Master of Product Innovation Program Full-Time $10, $11, Part-Time (per credit ) $1, $1, School of Allied Health Professions MS in Rehabilitation Counseling - On-Line Program Full-Time $6, $6, Part-Time (per credit ) $ $ MS in Nurse Anesthesia Full-Time $7, $12, Part-Time (per credit ) $ $1, Doctorate in Nurse Anesthesia Practice Full-Time $7, $12, Part-Time (per credit ) $856.75* $1,346.27* * Includes a $ per credit DNAP fee that is also charged to non-majors Patient Counseling Program Full-Time $1, $2, Part-Time (per credit ) $ $ School of Business BrandCenter $10, $11, Fast Track MS of Business Administration Fast Track MS of Information Systems Dual Fast Track MS of Information Systems School of Education SportsCenter Program $56, program cost $35, program cost $24, program cost Full-Time $9, $9, Part-Time On-Campus (per credit ) $ $ Part-Time Off-Campus (per credit ) $ $ School of Medicine Graduate Certificate in Biomedical Sciences (IBMS) Full-Time $13, $13, International Programs in Addiction Studies (IPAS) Full-Time $14, $14, Part-Time $ $ A complete listing of all fees and special program costs is available online. Forensic Science Lab Fee Special Program and Course Fees College of Humanities and Sciences School of Allied Health Professions MSHA Executive Program Fee Full-Time $1, Part-Time* $ PhD HRS Program Fee Full-Time $1, Part-Time* $ *This is a per credit fee that is assessed to majors and non-majors Clinical Laboratory Science Categorical Track Fee $75.00 Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Fee $ Occupational Therapy Fee Full-Time $ Part-Time $12.00 per credit MHA Professional Program Fee Full-Time $50.00 Part-Time $5.00 per credit School of the Arts Art Majors Tuition Differential Full-Time $ Part-Time $ per credit Private Music Lessons Fee (for non-music majors) School of Business Business Majors Fee Full-Time $ Part-Time $ Business Course Fee (for non-majors) School of Education $ for one credit $ per course Health & Human Performance Lab Fee $70.00 Student Teaching Fee $ Clinical Lab Fee Nursing Education Fee School of Nursing School of Pharmacy Pharmacy Technology Fee (full-time students) School of Social Work MSW Distance Education Premium Program Fee Instructional Support Fee Life Sciences Lab Fee $ $ per course $90.00 per credit $25.00 per credit $ instead of the $41.50 fee $ to $ per course Miscellaneous Fees On-Line Course Fee $ per credit $55.00 per credit

7 PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS (PER SEMESTER) A complete listing of all fees and special program costs is available online Medicine Full-Time (9 or more credit s) Tuition $14, $22, University Fee SGA Fees* Technology Fee Library Fee Health Fee Disability Insurance Simulation Fee Capital Outlay Fee Total $15, $23, Drug Screening Fee (first and third year students) Dentistry Full-Time (9 or more credit s) Tuition $16, $28, University Fee SGA Fees* Technology Fee Health Fee Library Fee Disability Insurance American Dental Association Fee Capital Outlay Fee Clinic Support Fee 1, , Clinic Technology Fee Dental Instrument Rental Fee 1, , Dental Instrument Purchase Fee 1, , Printing Fee Total $21, $34, Anatomy Fee (first year students) $ $ Laptop Fee (first year students) Fall Semester Only $1, $1, Clinical Simulation Fee (first year students) $ $ Course Materials Fee (second year students) $ $ Full-Time (9+ credit s) ) Pharmacy Per Credit Hour (1-8 credit s) ) Tuition $12, $17, $1, $1, University Fee SGA Fees* (flat fee) Pharmacy Technology Fee (flat fee) Health Fee Library Fee Capital Outlay Fee Experiential Placement Fee (flat rate) Total $13, $19, $1, $2, School of Medicine Fourth year MD/PhD and MD/MHA students are assessed the tuition and fees as a master s student. These students also pay the Medical School SGA Fee and the Disability Insurance Fee. INOVA Campus students pay a $ INOVA Campus Fee in lieu of the University Fee, Health Fee, and the standard SGA Fee. Part-time professional School of Medicine students are charged a per credit tuition rate equal to one-fifteenth of their full-time rate plus the standard fees for a part-time master s student. School of Dentistry Advanced Dental Education Program All students $3, International Dentist Program Prepatory Program $29, Third and Fourth Years $42, Part-time professional School of Dentistry students are charged the standard tuition and fee rates for a part-time master s MCV Campus student. School of Pharmacy INOVA Campus students pay a $ INOVA Campus Fee in lieu of the University Fee, Health Fee, and the standard SGA Fee.. SGA Fees* The SGA Fees include the standard SGA fee charged to all students plus the following fees: School of Medicine $40.00 School of Dentistry $15.00 School of Pharmacy $25.00

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