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Undergraduate Students

2013-14 TUITION AND FEES

BA and BSN

Full time (12-18 hours) Block Tuition per term:  $13,450
Annual (2 term) Block Tuition for Full time (12-18 hours per term):  $26,900
.5 to 5.5 credits:  $425 per hour
6.0 to 11.5 credits : $850 per hour
Tuition in excess of 18 hours per semester:  $270 per hour

Student Government Fees
Full time:  $60 per semester
6 to 11.5 hours in a semester:  $25 per semester
Less than 6 hours in a semester:  $0

Healthcare Administration and Social Work (BS)

Beginning Summer 2014, tuition for up to 12 credits $425 per hour
Tuition in excess of 12 credits, $230
Cohort Summer of 2013
Tuition for up to 12 credits:  $5230 per term
Tuition in excess of 12 credits:  $230 per hour above the $5230 block rate

Student Government Fees
Any enrollment level:  $25 per semester

Homeland Security

Tuition:  $425 per hour

Student Government Fees
Full time: $60 per semester
6 to 11.5 hours in a semester: $25 per semester
Less than 6 hours in a semester: $0

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (ECE PROGRAM)

Tuition: $425 per hour

Student Government Fees
Full time: $60 per semester
6 to 11.5 hours in a semester: $25 per semester
Less than 6 hours in a semester: $0

TECHNOLOGY AND PORTFOLIO FEE-All undergraduate programs

.5 to 5.5 hours per semester: $100 per semester
6 hours and above per semester: $200 per semester

ROOM AND BOARD

Room
Ranges from $1990 to $3195 per term based on living area and arrangement

Board
Base plan: $2200 per term, with other plans avaiable

For a full listing of charges and fees, please see Student Accounts

Processes

AWARDING FINANCIAL AID

We encourage all returning students to apply for financial aid each year as soon as they can. The FAFSA is avaiable after January 1 for each upcoming new year, i.e., January 1, 2013 for the 2013-14 academic year. Returning undergrads are generally awarded in March or April for the upcoming academic year. Once awarded, we notify students via email that they need to login to their MYCU account to view thier financial aid package and to accept or decline their financial aid. Returning students selected for verification will not receive an award package until they are verified, so it is important to review information sent to you from the Financial Aid Office and to respond to that as soon as possible.

DISBURSEMENT

Disbursement of financial aid begins near the start of each semester.

SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS

At the end of each semester, we check students' progress to determine if they are meeting the minimum standards to continue recieving financial aid.  Details of that review are listed below:

Undergraduate
 
All students receiving financial assistance from the University, State Scholarship Programs, or Federal Student Aid Programs must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress for Financial Aid. Quality and quantity of work is reviewed each semester. Undergraduate students will be expected to complete 67% of attempted hours each term with both a term and cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better. In addition, a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 must be earned by the time they have earned the equivalent of 60 semester credit hours. Students in baccalaureate programs must complete their program within 186 attempted credits, and students in associates programs must complete their credits within 93 attempted credits. Earned credits include those courses graded as "A", "B", "C", "D", or "P". Courses graded as "F", "NP", "I", or "W" do not count as credits earned, but they do count as courses attempted for financial aid Satisfactory Academic Progress purposes. If you fall below this scale or have an insufficient number of credits earned at the end of each term, you will be placed on Financial Aid Warning for the next term.During the Warning term, you must raise your GPA to the required level and/or remove the deficiency in credits earned or your aid will be revoked until the required GPA or credits earned is reached. Appeals for Financial Aid Revoke may be addressed to the Director of Financial Aid.Students who have been re-instated after being revoked are considered to be on Financial Aid Probation and must meet specific requirements to continue to receive aid. Students who have been academically suspended are automatically revoked from financial aid and if re-instated to the institution through appeal, may also need to appeal their financial aid status. Appeals received within the first 3 weeks of the term will be considered for that term. Any later appeals can be considered for subsequent terms.