*Incoming first‐year, Non‐Resident Pharmacy students have been approved to pay $855/credit
Dental Hygiene (per semester, through Sheridan College)
*Additional $1,500 Distance Delivery Fee*
*This tuition rate for:
MS in Accounting; Finance
Energy Business Certificate
**This tuition rate for:
Graduate Certificate in School Principal; School District Superintendent
Graduate Certificate in English as a Second Language
MA in Educational Leadership; Higher Education; Curriculum and Instruction
MS in Learning, Design, and Technology
EdD in Education Leadership; Higher Education
PhD in Higher Education
Please see the 2023-24 student fee book for information about:
Mandatory Fees (pg. 7-8)
Online Fees (pg. 16)
Program Fees (pg. 18-19)
Special Course and Other Fees (pg. 20-30)
Residence Life & Dining Services (pg. 31-34)
Fee books from prior years can be found on the Financial Affairs fee book page.
Please see our Important Dates page!
Undergraduate students taking 12 or more hours will be charged the block rate. Under
this model, the cost of tuition is the same for students taking 12 to 18 credits a
semester. Additional hours beyond 18 credits will be charged the per credit hour rate.
Undergraduate resident students block rate = $2,490 per semester
Undergraduate non-resident students block rate = $10,380 per semester
Graduate students taking nine or more hours will be charged the block rate. Under
this model, the cost of tuition is the same for students taking 9 to 12 hours a semester.
Additional hours beyond 12 credits will be charged the per credit hour rate.
Graduate resident students block rate = $3,230 per semester
Graduate non-resident students block rate = $9,670 per semester
Additional student fees will still apply.
See our Block Tuition FAQ page for more details.
Block tuition encourages students to enroll in at least 15 credit hours a semester,
aligning students with four-year graduation for most degrees.
Undergraduate students taking 16 or more credit hours will see a decrease in cost
per credit hour.
The model can save additional years of room, board, books, etc.
Potentially reduces student loan debt.
Allows students to graduate school earlier.
Block tuition allows undergraduate and graduate students to take classes outside their
majors for little financial cost.
Allows students to withdraw from classes with little to no financial harm.
The block rate affects full-time undergraduate students taking 12 or more hours in
the fall and spring semesters, and graduate students taking nine or more hours in
the fall and spring semesters.
Students in the College of Law, Pharmacy, MBA programs, College of Business non-MBA
graduate programs, DNP, MS Health Services Administration, MS in Speech Path, Dental
Hygiene, and Distance MA English Masters will be excluded from the block tuition model
and charged per credit hour. See the tuition table below.
The University has implemented a process for undergraduate students who are unable
to enroll in 15 hours each semester, or graduate students unable to enroll in 10 hours.
The student must submit an electronic block tuition exemption form with documentation
to the Block Tuition Appeals Committee.
See our Block Tuition Information page for exemption criteria.
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