Tuition & Fees

Estimated for Academic Year 2014-2015
Full Time Undergraduate (12-18 credits per semester) and Graduate (9-18 credits per semester)

Annual Tuition   $38,410
     
  Undergraduate
(per credit)
Graduate
(per credit)
Part Time & Over 18 credits $1,601 $1,874
Non-Matriculated $1,120 $1,311
MFA Studio Arts Low-Residency Program   $1,198
MM program with Villanova University   $595

UArts Laptop Program
Students should expect to set aside additional funds for a mandatory laptop. For more information and computer requirements by major, visit the Laptop Requirement page.

Tuition Rates for Summer 2014 Sessions  
Undergraduate courses (per credit) $1,073
All Graduate classes - except MFA (per credit) $1,073
MFA Studio Arts Low-Residency Program (12 credits) $14,376
 Summer Internship (per credit) (first 3 credits)  $109
 Summer Internship (per credit) (after 3 credits) $1,116 
   
Summer Housing  
MFA Studio Arts - shared apartment (per week) $264
MFA Studio Arts - single occupancy (per week) $275
Reservation deposit $100
Damage deposit $100
   
Annual Student Residence - Academic Year 2014-2015  
Shared Room (within an apartment) $9,041
Single Room (within a shared apartment) $9,660
Single Studio Apartment $10,143
Damage deposit $200
Reservation deposit $200
   
Other Fees  
Application Fee (Undergraduate/Graduate) $60
Late Payment Fee $60
Insufficient Funds Fee $50
Late Registration Fee $35
Non-Matriculating Registration Fee $35
Photography Fee, per major $100
Dance Fee, per major $100
Private Lessons (non-majors) Fee (graduate/undergraduate) $220
Equipment Insurance Fee $100
Materials Fee (for students enrolled in MBET 112) $40
Graduate Thesis Continuation Fee (per half credit) $892
Graduation Fee $100
 
Nonrefundable Deposits  
Dorm Damage (and Reservation) Deposit $200
Undergraduate Tuition Deposit $300
Graduate Tuition Deposit $450
   
Health Insurance Costs  
Fall (annually) $1,181
Spring (January through August) $787
   
   
Student Meal Plan Prices (Per Year)  
Platinum Plan - 19 meals per week and $125 dining dollars to be used in a semester (required of all resident students) $4,961
Gold Plan - 14 meals per week and $25 dining dollars to be used in a semester $4,300
Silver Plan - 10 meals per week  $3,308
Bronze Plan - 5 meals per week  $1,874

Tuition Refund Policy and Procedure

By registering for classes, students accept responsibility for paying charges for the entire semester/term, regardless of the method of payment and attendance in class.

Students who are considering withdrawing (either from the University or individual classes) should seriously consider the financial consequences. Depending on the time of withdrawal, balances may still be owed to the University, the Federal Government (if a Title IV program aid recipient), State Governments, Agencies, loan providers, and other non-University grantors of scholarships and awards. Students are urged to meet with a financial aid counselor to discuss the monetary impact of withdrawal and their eligibility for aid in the current and future semesters.

General Refund Policy    
  Tuition Charged Tuition Refunded
Fall or Spring Semester    
Withdrawal Occurring:    
Prior to first day of classes 0% 100%
Before end of second week 20% 80%
Before end of third week 60% 40%
After end of third week 100% 0%
     
Summer Sessions    
Withdrawal Occurring:    
Prior to first day of classes 0% 100%
Before end of second week 20% 80%
Before end of third week 60% 40%
After end of third week 100% 0%
     
  Room and/or Board Charged Refunded
Fall or Spring Semester    
Withdrawal Occurring:    
Prior to first day of classes 0% 100%
Before end of second week 20% 80%
Before end of third week 60% 40%
After end of third week 100% 0%
     
Summer Sessions    
Withdrawal Occurring:    
Prior to first day of classes 0% 100%
Before end of second week 20% 80%
Before end of third week 60% 40%
After end of third week 100% 0%

The following items will be excluded from the refund calculation:

  1. The comprehensive fee
  2. Supplies, which are considered 100 percent expended upon purchase
  3. Books, which are considered 50 percent expended during the first week of classes and 100 percent thereafter
  4. The documented cost of any equipment issued to the student and not returned in good condition
  5. Library fines and late fees
  6. Security deposits, which will be returned separately once it has been determined that no damages or fines have been assessed

In cases where The University administratively withdraws a student, The University reserves the right to utilize an alternate refund calculation.

All credit balances will be refunded the first Friday after the Drop/Add period and each Friday thereafter within 14 days that the credit balance occurs.