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Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Tuition: Residents

Enrolled Tuition
(per credit hour)
Plus Mandatory Fees
(per credit hour)
Total
Fall 2013/Spring & Summer 2014 $287 $57.60 $344.60
Fall 2012/Spring & Summer 2013 $275 $57.60 $332.60
Fall 2011/Spring & Summer 2012 $275 $57.60 $332.60
Fall 2010/Spring & Summer 2011 $260 $57.60 $317.60
Fall 2009/Spring & Summer 2010 $260 $57.60 $317.60
Fall 2008/Spring & Summer 2009 $245 $57.60 $302.60
Spring & Summer 2008 $262 $57.60 $319.60
Continuing: Prior to Summer 2007 $262 $57.60 $319.60

Graduate Tuition: Residents

Tuition
(per credit hour)
Plus Mandatory Fees
(per credit hour)
Total
$287 $57.60 $344.60

Undergraduate Tuition: Non-Residents

Enrolled Tuition
(per credit hour)
Plus Mandatory Fees
(per credit hour)
Total
Fall 2013/Spring & Summer 2014 $574 $57.60 $631.60
Fall 2012/Spring & Summer 2013 $550 $57.60 $607.60
Fall 2011/Spring & Summer 2012 $550 $57.60 $607.60
Fall 2010/Spring & Summer 2011 $520 $57.60 $577.60
Fall 2009/Spring & Summer 2010 $520 $57.60 $577.60
Fall 2008/Spring & Summer 2009 $490 $57.60 $547.60
Spring & Summer 2008 $524 $57.60 $581.60
Continuing: Prior to Summer 2007 $520 $57.60 $577.60

Graduate Tuition: Non-Residents

Tuition
(per credit hour)
Plus Mandatory Fees
(per credit hour)
Total
$574 $57.60 $631.60

Important Information Regarding Tuition

  • Tuition for newly enrolled undergraduate students seeking their first bachelor's degree is guaranteed for 4 consecutive years. The Tuition Guarantee Plan will help you and your family budget your educational expenses. The Tuition Guarantee Plan applies only to tuition. Fees may increase during the four years. Click here for more information regarding the Tuition Guarantee Plan, including information about the Tuition Guarantee Plan extension.
  • Students seeking a second bachelor's degree and graduate students-at-large will be assessed graduate level tuition.
  • Undergraduate students who register for the semester following graduation may be assessed undergraduate tuition. Tuition will be recalculated when the student's status is officially updated to a graduate. This usually occurs between one and two months after the beginning of the semester. Students are responsible for paying any additional charges that may occur as a result of the change in status.
  • Please note that miscellaneous fees and/or fees associated with a course may apply.
  • Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

Mandatory Fees for One Credit Hour



Enlarged mandatory fees table

Miscellaneous Fees

Fee Description Cost
Health Insurance Fee
Student (2) $752.25
Spouse/Domestic Partner (1) $1909.00
Per Child (1) $725.00
Graduation/Commencement Fee
Undergraduate $30.00
Graduate $30.00
Transcript Fee (5) $10.00
Orientation Fee
Freshmen (6) $65.00
Transfer $20.00
Parking (Semester, Level 1) $379.00
Complete Withdrawal Fee (3) $10.00
ID Card Replacement Fee $10.00
Returned Check Fee $15.00
Deferred Payment Fee $10.00
Outstanding Balance Fee (4) $50.00

    Important Information Regarding Miscellaneous Fees

  • Certain fees are subject to change without notice and are not refundable.
  • All full-time undergraduate students will automatically be covered by the Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan at a cost to be determined unless they have an insurance plan equal to or better than the Northeastern student plan. The fee may be waived online at http://www.aetnastudenthealth.com by September 10, 2013. The fee is not refundable after September 10, 2013.
  • Each semester parking is automatically charged on the student bill and is based on credit hours enrolled. Students who do not require parking must opt out by September 10, 2013.
  • (1) Optional fees - It is at the discretion of the student to make an election for the service or contribution and may be added at the time of payment.
  • (2) This is an optional fee for a student who is not a full-time undergraduate during the semester. A student who is interested in health insurance coverage and is not full-time undergraduate status may inquire at the Cashier's Office for more information.
  • (3) The Complete Withdrawal Fee is non-refundable.
  • (4) The Outstanding Balance Fee is non-refundable.
  • (5) Students will be assessed a $10 transcript fee at the time of their first registration. This fee will allow a student to request a reasonable amount of transcripts at no additional cost.
  • (6) This is a mandatory one-time fee paid by freshmen who are not transferring previously earned college credit. The fee supports orientation programs for these students.
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