Matriculating students pay the ‘core’ tuition-based undergraduate fee during the applicable semester’s cost per credit hour, listed on the Office of the Bursar’s website. A full-time Post-Bacc student pays the same tuition-based fees for any credits taken above 12 credits per semester.
- Application fee: $75/person (one-time fee upon applying to the program, unless waived by the Graduate School)
- Program fee: $1500/semester
Other fees based on applicable semester costs, as published on the Bursar’s website, include:
- Matriculation fee
- General university fee
- Infrastructure fee
- Transit fee
- Technology fee
Due to federal regulations, students in Program A are not eligible for federal student financial assistance; if financial aid is needed, they must secure private loans.
Program B students are eligible for one year of federal financial aid assistance through the Office of Financial Aid: firstname.lastname@example.org. Students matriculating in the one-year Post-Bacc Certificate Program have access to federal loans.
Post-Bacc students are considered to be undergraduates, so when applying for financial aid, do not list yourself as enrolled in a graduate program on your FAFSA. This entitles you to be eligible for loans at the undergraduate level loan limits.
Students may apply for University housing as a formally accepted Certificate Program students. Requests will be considered on a space-available basis. Typically, Post-Baccalaureate students opt to live in off campus housing.