Tuition & Fees

Summer 2014
Tuition Rates, Per Credit Hour

All undergraduate students for summer study

Liberal Arts (Applied Psychology, Business Communication) 
Westminster Choir College

Undergraduate Audit (not for credit) $180 per course
Undergraduate Audit at Westminster (not for credit)
Graduate Audit at Westminster (not for credit) 
$180 per course
$240 per course 
Graduate Audit (not for credit)

$240 per course

Alumni Audit$40 per course
Application (non-refundable)$50
Re-admission / Re-enrollment (non-refundable)$30
Technology Fee (per course)$40
Distance Learning Fee (per course)$35
Housing - Summer Session I & II (7 Weeks)
Double (as Single) 

Special Room Rate
If 6 credits or more per session are taken (standard double)



Meal Plans
Any 20 Meal Plan
Any 30 Meal Plan
Any 40 Meal Plan

Summer Session I or II (7 Weeks Meal Plan)
19 Meal Plan



Summer 2014 - Refund Schedule
3-Week Summer I Starting May 19

Drop Prior to Monday, May 19

Drop Monday, May 19
Drop Tuesday, May 20 60% 
No refunds after Tuesday, May 20


3-Week Summer IStarting June 11

Drop Prior to Wednesday, June 11

Drop Wednesday, June 1180%
Drop Thursday, June 1260%
No refunds after Thursday, June 12 
6-Week Summer IStarting May 19
Drop Prior to Monday, May 19
Drop Monday, May 19 - Tuesday, May 20
Drop Wednesday, May 21 - Friday, May 23
No refunds after Friday, May 23

3-Week Summer IIStarting July 7
Drop Prior to Monday, July 7


Drop Monday, July 7
Drop Tuesday, July 8
No refunds after Tuesday, July 8
3-Week Summer IIStarting July 29
Drop prior to Tuesday, July 29
Drop Tuesday, July 29
Drop Wednesday, July 3060%
No refunds after Wednesday, June 30
6-Week Summer IIStarting July 7
Drop prior to Monday, July 7
Drop Monday, July 7 - Tuesday, July 8
Drop Wednesday, July 9 - Friday, July 1160%
No refunds after Friday, July 11 

Financial Responsibility and Account Holds
Students are responsible to pay full tuition and fees unless they officially drop prior to the start of classes or within the refund period. Students with an account balance will not be allowed to register. Please contact the Bursar’s Office at 609-896-5020 regarding your account information.

Advice For Not Attending, Dropping and Withdrawing From A Course
Students are held responsible to officially drop or withdraw from a course. Students will not be automatically dropped or withdrawn if they stop attending class(es). Failure to officially drop or withdraw from a course by deadlines outlined in the Summer Session Calendar will result in a grade of “F.” Students who do not attend any class meetings and do not officially drop will receive a grade of “N” and will be held responsible for the full cost of the course tuition.

Students may drop or withdraw [student discretion] via e-mail, by fax (609) 896-5261 or in person at the College of Continuing Studies office.

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