Listed below are fees/charges that may be applicable.
Late Payment Charge – $100 assessed 15 minutes prior to the close of busines on the last business day before classes begin
Deferred Payment Charge –
- Fall / Spring – $125 assessed on balance greater than $300 15 minutes prior to close of business on the 14th class day in addition to any previous late payment charges that may have been assessed.
- Summer – $125 assessed on balance greater than $300 15 minutes prior to close of business on the 7th class day (Full Term, Mini A & Mini B sessions) in addition to any previous late payment charges that may have been assessed.
Additional Deferred Payment Charge –
- Fall / Spring – $125 assessed on balances greater than $300 15 minutes prior to close of business on the last business day of October for Fall and the last business day of March for Spring .
Late Registration Charge - $100 assessed upon registration any time after regular registration.
Parking Permit: $50 – Fall/Spring (1st semester) $15 – Summer (1st semester)
Student Health Insurance
Health insurance is available to students and their dependents as a non-mandatory, optional plan of blanket accident and sickness insurance administered by Student Assurance Services and underwritten by Columbian Life Insurance Company. Any questions should be directed to Gallagher Benefit Services, Inc. at (985) 446-5602. To enroll in coverage, visit Student Assurance Services, Inc. website at www.sas-mn.com.
Textbooks and Supplies – Students should expect to pay approximately $1,000 each semester for books and related supplies, depending upon the number and nature of courses. Textbooks and necessary supplies are sold at the university bookstore. The selection of textbooks for class is the responsibility of the academic departments.
Drop, Add and Change Fees – A $5 processing charge may be assessed beginning with the first day of classes for each add, drop and/or change of section when the transaction is for the convenience of the student. (This charge has been approved, but is not currently being charged.)
Graduation and Thesis Binding Fees – A graduation fee of $36 is required of each baccalaureate degree candidate, and a graduation fee of $35 is required of each candidate for the master’s, specialist, or associate degrees. These fees are paid at registration or when the student applies for graduation. Graduation fees are not carried forward to subsequent semesters; therefore, when a candidate does not meet graduation requirements in the current semester, the entire fee must be paid when application is made subsequently. The graduation fee covers the printing cost of a diploma and is non-refundable.
All caps and gowns must be ordered and purchased or rented from the university bookstore prior to graduation. A fee will be charged for a duplicate diploma. An additional fee, payable directly to the library, is charged for thesis binding when applicable.