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Summer Session Tuition & Fees

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Summer 2020 Tuition Rates, Per Credit Hour

Undergraduate:
All undergraduate students for summer study.
 
$650

Graduate:
Business
Counseling
Education
Leadership
Liberal Arts (Applied Psychology,
Business Communication, Homeland Security)
Athletic Leadership

Westminster Choir College


$1,020
$930
$880
$880
$930
 
$880


$650

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
Technology Fee (per course) $50
Online Class Fee (per course) $35 (Waived for Summer 2020)
*Housing - Summer Session I & II (7 Weeks)
Double
Double as Single
Summer with 2 courses
Summer Double Single with 2 courses
Princeton Summer Double Weekly Rate

$1,845
$2,690
$325
$825
$265
Meal Plans
Any 20 Meal Plan
Any 30 Meal Plan
Any 40 Meal Plan

$245
$350
$450
Summer Session I or II (7 Weeks)
19 Meal Plan

$1325
Summer II EOP Programs (5 Weeks) $950

*If you require summer housing, contact Residence Life at [email protected] or 609-896-5057 to request an exemption.

Summer 2020 – Refund Schedule

6 Week and 7 Week Part of Term Courses

  • Drop prior to the first day of official opening of class – 100%
  • Drop during the first 7 days of the official opening of class – 100%
  • Drop after the 7th day of the official opening of class – 0%

Please refer to the University's official drop and withdrawal policy.

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 Students will not be automatically dropped or withdrawn if they stop attending class(es).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 [email protected], by fax (609) 896-5261 or in person at the College of Continuing Studies office.

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