Student Fees

Total mandatory fees ranging from $275 to $1,066 are charged per semester based on your degree and the number of credit hours and classes in which you enroll.  Fees are grouped below by enrollment in seven or more hours and enrollment in less than seven hours to provide you with figures to estimate your costs.  If you are enrolled in one class of five or fewer credit hours, your fees will be less.  See the tuition and fee rate sheets or the bill estimator to figure out how much your fees will be.   

The fees below do not include course and program fees unique to your course of study or other fees such as health insurance, room and board, parking permits, residential academic programs (RAP), and other optional fees. If you have questions about fees not listed here, contact the appropriate department directly.

Description of fees

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FALL 2016 AND SPRING 2017 PER SEMESTER

Undergraduate Mandatory Fees | 7 or more credit hours $882
Undergraduate Mandatory Fees | 6 or fewer credit hours $764
Graduate Mandatory Fees | 7 or more credit hours $888
Graduate Mandatory Fees | 6 or fewer credit hours $769
Law Mandatory Fees | 7 or more credit hours $1,066
Law Mandatory Fees | 6 or fewer credit hours $947
Doctoral Candidate Mandatory Fees | 7 or more credit hrs $393-$501
Doctoral Candidate Mandatory Fees | 6 or fewer credit hrs $275-$383
Doctoral Thesis Only Mandatory Fees | 7 or more credit hours $859
Doctoral Thesis Only Mandatory Fees | 6 or fewer credit hours $741

Note to Graduate Students: Your graduate status is determined by the Graduate School and determines how you are billed. Master’s students are normally “A” status; but can be “B” status if you are enrolled for “Master’s Candidate for Degree” only. The change to “B” status is made automatically. Doctoral students who are taking course work and have not passed their comprehensive examination are normally “C” status. Doctoral students who are taking dissertation hours only and have not passed their comprehensive exam are generally “E” status. Once you have passed your comprehensive exam, you will be changed to “D” status by the Graduate School. The Graduate School must have both the Application for Admission to Candidacy and your signed comprehensive Exam Report Form in order to admit you to candidacy and make the change to “D” status. (Source: Graduate School FAQ (#7), Graduate Student Registration Status)