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Tuition & Fees (Summer)

Undergraduate and Graduate Tuition and Fees for Summer 2014

  • Session 1 - May 28, 2014 - June 26, 2014                   
  • Session 2 - July 7, 2014 - August 7, 2014
  • 10W - May 28, 2014 - August 7, 2014
  • MBA - May 19, 2014 - August 11, 2014

Information is subject to change without notice  


Undergraduate

Pennsylvania
Residents

Non-Pennsylvania Residents

Tuition (per credit)

$276.00

$690.00

Activity Fee (per credit)

$2.00

$2.00

Student Union Fee (per credit)

$15.50

$15.50

Health Center Fee (per credit)

$9.25

$9.25

Instructional Service Fee (per credit)

$27.60

$69.00

Technology Fee (per credit)

$15.00

$23.00

Rec Center Fee (per credit)

$10.83

$10.83

Per-Credit Total (average course is 3-4 credits)

$356.18

$819.58

Additional first-time student fees (1)

$50.00

$50.00

Room (per session if requested) (2)

$900.00

$900.00

Meals (19 Premium Meal Plan - per session) (3)

$TBD

$TBD

Meals (12 Premium Meal Plan - per session) (3)

$TBD

$TBD

 


Graduate

Pennsylvania
Residents

Non-Pennsylvania Residents

Tuition (per credit)

$442.00

$663.00

Student Union Fee (per credit)

$15.50

$15.50

Instructional Service Fee (per credit)

$44.20

$66.30

Technology Fee (per credit)

$21.00

$31.00

Per-Credit Total  (not per class)

$522.70

$775.80

Additional first-time student fees (1)

$50.00

$50.00

(1) First-time students pay an Academic Records Fee.
(2) Contact the Housing & Residence Life staff for details.
(3) Required with housing assignment. Contact Dining Services for details.  TBD - To be determined.

 Part-Time Students - Summer students are considered part time students unless part of the MBA graduate program attending the tri-mester program. (See description of each fee below).

Summer Sessions - Costs may vary based on the course location as designed by the school (ie Distance Education, Off Campus Courses, On Campus Courses).

  •  Distance Education - Courses designed as at minimum 80% online.  These courses assess tuition, technology fee, and instructional service.  Non-PA Residents are offered a discount for distance education courses to meet 102% of the instate rate.
  • Off Campus Courses - Courses designed as off campus are internships or those held at another location for the course duration as designed in the course creation.  These courses assess tuition, technology fee, and instructional service. 
  • On Campus Courses - Courses held on the campus, Independent Study courses and Individualized Instruction courses.  Chart above pertains to these and the fees are all assessed.

Charts designating course costs can be found here, use the chart above for first time enrollment fees, or housing / meal costs.

Charts designating refund deadlines, reduction in charges, and refunds of amounts paid can be found here.  If aid is utilized as a form of payment and you withdraw completely, a calculation is required to see if you can retain any of the aid.  Refunds that may have been issued, may be due back to KU.



Initial Fees

These are fees that will be incurred upon application or acceptance.  

Housing Application Fee - To apply for housing on campus during the academic year, there is a non-refundable cost of $75.00 for the 2014/2015 academic year.

  • The housing application process is handled through an online housing application system which is separate from the student account in MyKU.  After the application is processed and paid in the other online system, the charge and payment will post to the MyKU student account for historical purposes.  Housing application information, such as application dates, costs and more, can be obtained by contacting Housing & Residential Services.

Fees Due Upon Enrollment

Academic Records Fee - All NEW students (first time undergraduate, first time graduate and any other career enrollments such as multiple degrees, certifications, etc.), and any student returning after not being enrolled for a period of four years, are assessed a $50.00 Academic Records Fee. This fee will cover the cost for grade transcript requests and the mailing of these via normal U.S. Postal Delivery. This fee will also cover the cost of one diploma and the mailing of this via normal U.S. Postal Delivery. Overseas and rush delivery of either will incur additional costs determined at the time of request. This fee pertains to undergraduate and graduate students in the summer.

Activity (SGA) Fee - A fee of $2.00 per credit is assessed for each summer session enrolled credit. The fees are administered under regulations approved by the president of the university and the Student Government Association. Fees collected are used to cover costs of student activities in athletics, lectures, entertainment, student publications, etc.  This is a required fee.  This fee pertains to undergraduate students in the summer.

Health Center Fee - A fee of $9.25 per credit is assessed for each summer session enrolled credit. This is a required fee.  This fee pertains to undergraduate students in the summer.

Instructional Service Fee - A fee equivalent to 10 percent of total tuition is charged to all students. This fee is used to hire adjunct faculty, replace classroom equipment, purchase library books, and enhance instructional programs. This is a required fee.  This fee pertains to undergraduate and graduate students in the summer.

Technology Fee - A fee of $15.00 is assessed for each summer session enrolled credit to all undergraduate Pennsylvania residents; $23.00 is assessed for each summer session enrolled credit to all undergraduate out-of-state residents.  This fee is used to:

  • Acquire, install and maintain up-to-date and emerging technologies to enhance student learning outcomes.
  • Provide equitable access to technology resources.
  • Ensure State System graduates are competitive in the technological workplace.

This is a required fee.  This fee pertains to undergraduate and graduate students in the summer.

Meal Plans - Dining Services offers a variety of meal plans that are categorized by two meal types: Premium and Block during the academic year. During the summer sessions there are two meal plan choices and a choice is required when housing is selected.

Recreation Center Fee - A fee of $10.83 is assessed for each summer session enrolled credit. This fee is used to support the operation of the Campus Recreation Center. This is a required fee.  This fee pertains to undergraduate students in the summer.

Residence Hall Fees - The Housing license provides for a space in the residence halls and not for a particular room or housing fee (See Section XIII. Right of Assignment).

  • Visit the Housing & Residential Services website for more information.
  • Housing Application Fee of $75.00 (14/15 academic year) will be due when applying through the online housing application system during the academic year.  This fee is non-refundable.
  • Residence Hall Damage fees may be assessed after a student checks out of the residence hall at a rate based on the damages.  These fees would be assessed in the normal MyKU billing process as well as an email communication sent from housing to the students KU email account advising of the assessment.

Student Union Fee - A fee of $15.50 is assessed for each summer session enrolled credit fee.  This fee pertains to undergraduate and graduate students. The fee is used to pay for the operations of the Student Union Building. This is a required fee.


Additional Fees

These are fees that may be assessed for the stated reasons.

Late Payment Fee - A $25.00 late payment fee will be assessed if your payment is not received by the due dates indicated on the invoice, or is not sufficient to cover the charges due. Effective Fall 2014 invoicing, the late fee will be $50.00. Additionally, a late fee of $5.00 will be assessed to balances that are delinquent between $20 and $100.00.

Returned Deposited Item Fee - Any items presented for deposit in any method (i.e. mail, in person, or online) that are refused or returned by the bank for any reason (including un-locatable account due to mis-entry of banking information) will be removed from the student's account immediately and assessed a $25.00 non-refundable handling fee. Any registrations processed due to the conditional receipt of the payment, or the removal of any restrictions due to the conditional receipt of the payment will be removed or reversed immediately. We do NOT accept post-dated checks. All checks received will be deposited.

Late Registration Fee - A $25.00 late registration fee is charged to students who register or on after the first day of the semester.  It does not apply to adding a course to an existing schedule.

Key Charges - A $40.00 fee will be assessed for each lost residence hall room key.  A $25.00 fee will be assessed for each lost mail box key.

Delinquent Accounts - No student with an account in delinquent status shall be enrolled, graduated, or permitted to receive a transcript of records or diploma until all outstanding fees have been paid in full. Any student account in delinquent status at the end of a semester may be placed with the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General and/or collection agencies for collection and legal action.

Withdrawal and Refunds - Please review our withdrawal / refund policy for more information.