Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees for the 2018-19 academic year are listed below. Contact the Business Office for questions regarding payments and refunds.

Tuition

Total tuition, per semester, varies according to the program level.

LEVEL

PER ACADEMIC YEAR
(Fall and Spring)

SUMMER SEMESTER
(Required Courses)

FALL SEMESTER

SPRING SEMESTER

PER CREDIT HOUR**

Undergraduate Programs

$28,451

$14,226

$14,225

$948

Professional Program:
P1 Year*

$35,756

$17,878

$17,878

$1,117

Professional Program:
P2 Year*

$35,756

$3,351*

$17,878

$17,878

$1,117

Professional Program:
P3 Year*

$35,756

$3,351*

$17,878

$17,878

$1,117

Professional Program:
P4 Year*

$35,756

$11,919

$11,919

$11,918

$1,117

*For all students who begin the professional program Fall 2016 and after:

  • All Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience courses (IPPEs) taken during the summer and winter terms will be billed on a per credit hour basis.
  • All Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience courses (APPEs) will be billed on a per credit hour basis.
**The individual credit hour rate applies to courses in excess of 18 credit hours and less than 12 credit hours during the academic year.

Student Fees

Undergraduate Program Fees

FEE TYPE

PER ACADEMIC YEAR
(Fall and Spring)

FALL
SEMESTER

SPRING
SEMESTER

New Student Orientation Program (Freshmen only)

$300

$300

N/A

New Student Orientation Program (Undergraduate Transfer Students only)

$150

$150

N/A

Lab Fee (Freshman-Junior only)

$150

$75

$75

Technology Fee

$800

$400

$400

Student Development Fee

$60

$30

$30

Student Activity Fee

$250

$125

$125

Student Health and Wellness Fee

$120

$60

$60

Recreation Center Fee

$150

$75

$75

Bachelor’s Degree Graduation Fee (Senior/P1 only)

$150

N/A

$150

Student Health Insurance (Estimate)

$3,850

$1,604

$2,246

Professional Program Fees

FEE TYPE

PER ACADEMIC YEAR
(Fall and Spring)

FALL
SEMESTER

SPRING
SEMESTER

Professional Program Orientation Fee (P1 only)

$150

$150

N/A

Professional Program Orientation Fee (P2 and P3 only)

$125

$125

N/A

Student Liability Insurance and Access Pharmacy

$111

$111

N/A

Technology Fee (P1 and P2 only)

$800

$400

$400

Student Development Fee

$60

$30

$30

Student Activity Fee

$250

$125

$125

Student Health and Wellness Fee

$120

$60

$60

Recreation Center Fee (P1-P3 only)

$150

$75

$75

Seminar Fee (P4 only)

$400

$200

$200

Doctor of Pharmacy Graduation Fee (P4 only)

$300

N/A

$300

Student Health Insurance (Estimate)

$3,850

$1,604

$2,246

Housing

North Residence Hall

North Residence Hall is located on Floors 5-7 of the Recreation and Student Center and provides housing for freshman and sophomore students.

ROOM TYPE

PER ACADEMIC YEAR
(Fall and Spring)

FALL
SEMESTER

SPRING
SEMESTER

Shared room

$6,489

$3,245

$3,244

Freshman and sophomore minimum meal plan*

$5,430

$2,715

$2,715

*Larger meal plans are available.

South Residence Hall (Junior and New Resident Rates)

South Residence Hall provides flexible, apartment-style living for upperclassmen (juniors, seniors and professional students).

ROOM TYPE

PER ACADEMIC YEAR
(Fall and Spring)

FALL
SEMESTER

SPRING
SEMESTER

Suite with kitchenette

$7,500

$3,750

$3,750

Suite without kitchenette

$7,000

$3,500

$3,500

Single with kitchenette

$9,450

$4,725

$4,725

Single without kitchenette

$8,850

$4,425

$4,425

Double with kitchenette

$6,300

$3,150

$3,150

Double without kitchenette

$5,900

$2,950

$2,950

Resident minimum meal plan* (available for juniors and above only)

$3,194

$1,597

$1,597

*Larger meal plans are available.

Parking

Students may choose parking in the Children’s Place Garage or the Duncan Avenue Garage, one block east of campus, as space allows.

Annual Pricing (August-May):

  • Children’s Place Garage: $1,000
  • Duncan Avenue Garage: $900

During the summer semester, parking is available at a weekly rate of $35 in the Children’s Place Garage or $25 in the Duncan Avenue Garage.

Learn more about parking on campus.