Tuition, Fees, Room and Board, & Refund Policy

Tuition, Fees, Room and Board and Refund Policy for 2014-1015 Effective Summer of 2014

 

2013-2014 Academic Year
Effective Summer 2013

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

ON-CAMPUS
UNDERGRADUATE
FULL TIME STUDENTS
PER
YEAR
(FALL/SPRING)
PER
SEMESTER
(FALL/SPRING)
Tuition $27,400 $13,700
Student Activity Fee $200 $100
Technology Fee $250 $125
Parent Association Fee $20 $10
Aunt Martha’s Health Fee $100 $50
Tuition & Fees $27,970 $13,985
Housing – Tower (Double-Room Rate) $8,170 $4,085
Housing – Marian (Double-Room Rate) $8,860 $4,430
Housing – Motherhouse (Double-Room Rate) $9,580 $4,790
Total Direct Costs – Tower $36,140 $18,070
Total Direct Costs – Marian $36,830 $18,415
Total Direct Costs – Motherhouse $37,550 $18,775

 

OTHER UNDERGRADUTE TUITION RATES

PER CREDIT HOUR
Part Time Tuition (1-11 credit hours) $825
Overload Tuition (Additional hours over 18) $825
Summer School Tuition $400

 

ADULT UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

PER CREDIT HOUR
B.S. in Management Tuition Rate $585
BSN Fast Track Tuition Rate $590
Health Care Leadership Tuition Rate $585
Organizational Leadership Tuition Rate $585

 


GRADUATE PROGRAMS


PER CREDIT HOUR
MSHA/MSM/MSTD Tuition Rate $710
MSW Tuition Rate $705
Advanced Generalist Forensic Social Work Certificate $605
MBA Tuition Rate $750
EDUCATION Tuition Rate * $705
MSN Tuition Rate $710
MSN Albuquerque, N.M. Tuition Rate (Continuing Student) $552
MSN Albuquerque, N.M. Tuition Rate (New Student) $710

*cohort discounts apply

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAM – Albuquerque, N.M.

 


DOCTORAL PROGRAMS


PER CREDIT HOUR
Doctor of Education Tuition Rate $655
Doctor of Nursing Practice Tuition Rate $738

 

DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAMS

PER YEAR PER SEMESTER
English Language for Academic Purposes (ELAP) Full-Time $14,220 $7,110
ELAP Listening & Speaking Level 1 add-on $790





ROOM and BOARD RATES


Students must provide their own pillows, blankets, bedspreads, bed linens, wash cloths, hangers, personal items and window drapes.

 

Tower Hall

TYPE OF ROOM PER YEAR PER SEMESTER
Single $9,070 $4,535
Single Suite $9,550 $4,775
Double $8,170 $4,085
Triple $7,940 $3,970
Triple Suite $8,420 $4,210

 

Marian Hall

TYPE OF ROOM PER YEAR PER SEMESTER
Single $10,000 $5,000
Double $8,860 $4,430
Triple $8,280 $4,140

 

Motherhouse

TYPE OF ROOM PER YEAR PER SEMESTER
Single $10,140 $5,070
Single Deluxe $10,200 $5,100
Double $9,580 $4,790
Triple $9,350 $4,675
Double Suite $9,860 $4,930
Apartment $10,300 $5,150





FEES

Student Activity Fee PER SEMESTER
Full-Time Students $100
Part-Time Students (7-11 credit hours): $50
Parents Association Fee PER SEMESTER
(12 or more credit hours) $10
Aunt Martha’s Health Fee PER SEMESTER
(12 or more credit hours) $50
Technology Fee PER SEMESTER
Full-Time Students $125
Part-Time Students (1-11 credit hours): $75


SPECIAL FEES

Challenge Exam Fee (undergraduate and graduate) $100
New Student Orientation Fee $120
Graduation Application Fee $120
Housing Late Cancellation Fee $500
Technology Fee (per semester) $125
Late Payment Fee All Programs (per semester) $90
Payment Plan/Deferment Fee Traditional Undergraduate (per semester) $90
Payment Plan/Deferment Fee Degree Completion & Graduate Students (per semester) $40
Posting Fee – Challenge Exam (per credit hour) $25
Posting Fee – Portfolio Credit (per credit hour) $50
Prior Learning Assessment Fee $200
Proficiency Exam Testing Fee (per exam) $100
Posting Fee per credit hour for Proficiency Examination Credit $25
Review and Posting Fee for continuing USF students who transfer additional hours (per credit hour) $25
Tuition Deposit $100
Registration Deposit – Nursing (NON REFUNDABLE) $300
Returned Check Fee $25
Room Reservation Deposit (NON REFUNDABLE) $50
EDD Program Deposit (NON REFUNDABLE) $500
Student Teaching Fee $150
Transcript Request Fee (per copy) $5
Tutorial Fee for graduate coursework $125
Faculty Directed Instruction Material fee $5
Lab Fees (as listed on the schedule of course offerings)
A/C (air conditioner) Installation (On campus residents) $50
Parking Permit Fee – (per semester) $30
Printing Management Policy


FAMILY DISCOUNT


Whenever two or more members of the same immediate family are concurrently enrolled at the University of St. Francis as full-time undergraduate students, all shall be allowed a discount of 5 percent on tuition chargers per semester.

OTHER POLICIES


Enrollment shall be considered as signifying knowledge of all conditions, rules and regulations and shall be deemed as acceptance thereof.

The university shall not be liable for any damage or loss of personal property from any cause whatsoever.

Students are not entitled to receive recommendations, degrees, honors or transcripts of credit until all bills are paid and the exit interview has been completed with financial aid concerning their National Direct/Defense Student loans and Perkins loans.

At the discretion of the Board of Trustees of the University of St. Francis, all charges are subject to change on 30 days’ notice.

In the event of default in the payment of any amount due, and if the account is placed in the hands of an agency or attorney for collection or legal action, the student agrees to pay an additional charge equal to the cost of collection including agency and attorney fees and court costs.

A “Previous Term Billing Charge” in the amount of one percent per month will be added to all student accounts that are delinquent from any previous semester.

REFUND POLICIES


The institutional refund policy below describes how tuition will be handled. The federal refund policy determines which portions of Federal Title IV aid need to be returned to the federal programs.

Physician Assistant Refund Policy

The institutional refund policy below describes how tuition charges will be handled. The federal refund policy determines which portions of Federal Title IV aid need to be returned to the federal programs. Refunds for withdrawal from the university will be made only after receipt of completed withdrawal forms. Tuition charges are 100% refunded when the withdrawal occurs during the first 1-3 weeks of the quarter. There will be no refunds after the third week of any quarter. There is no refund for a student who is dismissed from the program.

Institutional Refund Policy

Refunds for withdrawal from the university will be made only after proper withdrawal forms have been completed. The forms are available in the Registrar’s Office. Failure to properly notify this office renders the student ineligible for refund. Full tuition is charged unless the student makes a formal withdrawal. The following schedule applies to all USF academic programs. Tuition charges will be computed according to the following schedule:

Number of weeks from the published start date of the course: FULL-TERM COURSES

During the…. Refund
1st or 2nd Week 100%
3rd or 4th Week 75%
5th Week and after 0%

Number of weeks from the published start date of the course: MODULAR COURSES

During the…. Refund
1st Week 100%
2nd Week 75%
3rd Week and after 0%

Resident students who complete withdrawal forms before the end of the semester are charged for room and board based on the actual period of residence on campus. Refunds are payable to students thirty 30 days after the official date of withdrawal. All questions and concerns related to the refund policies of the University of St. Francis should be directed to the Business Office Manager, Office of Business Affairs, (815) 740-2268. Students dropped or suspended from the University of St. Francis are not eligible for refunds.

Students receiving Title IV assistance who completely withdraw from the university are entitled to a refund of any unused tuition/room and board charges. All attendees at USF will have their refund of Title IV assistance calculated using a policy that came forward as a result of the Reauthorization of the Higher Education Amendments of 1998.

Federal Refund Policy:

Step 1 - determine the last date of attendance. This may be determined by class records, attendance records, or the actual date the student initiates the withdrawal. If the student withdraws without notifying the institution, the midpoint of the semester will be used as the date.

Step 2 - determine the percentage of the term completed. This is accomplished by dividing the number of calendar days actually completed by the number of calendar days in the term.

Step 3 - determine the percentage of the total federal Title IV assistance the student has earned. This is determined by multiplying the percentage in step 2), above, by the total amount of federal Title IV assistance. At this time, the amount of unearned assistance is also calculated.

Step 4 - once the actual amount of assistance to be returned to the federal programs is determined, it will be returned in the following order:

Unsubsidized Federal Direct Loans

Subsidized Federal Direct Loans

Perkins Loan

Federal Direct PLUS Loans

Federal Pell Grant

Federal SEOG

Other Title IV Assistance

In all instances where applicable, funds must be returned to the federal programs within 30 days. If applicable amounts are not returned, the student may be reported to the U.S. Department of Education as owing a refund to a federal Title IV program. The student must be aware that the amounts to be returned to the federal programs may be money the student has already received as a refund from the university for off-campus living expenses. By owing this refund, the student will be ineligible to receive any further Title IV assistance from any other institution.

College of Business & Health Administration Refund Notice For Georgia Students (as required by the Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission). The University of St. Francis and the student agree to abide by the following cancellation and refund policy:

Students wishing to cancel their course registration are asked to contact the Registrar’s Office no later than the end of the second week of the semester. Students in compliance with the deadline will be eligible for full refund of any tuition. Students who have not attended a class during the first three weeks of class will automatically have their registration cancelled by the institution and be eligible for a full tuition refund. Students who do not attend class three consecutive weeks, up until the seventh week of class, will automatically have their registration dropped and be eligible for a prorated tuition refund based upon their last date of attendance.

Tuition charges will be assessed according to the following schedule:

Cancellation during weeks 1-2 No charge
Cancellation during weeks 3-4 75% of tuition refunded
Cancellation during weeks 5-7 50% of tuition refunded
Cancellation after week 7 Full tuition charged

It is agreed that this notice together with the University Catalog represents the entire understanding between the University of St. Francis and the student and that no written or oral agreement, assumption, or other statement will, in any matter, affect the provisions of this notice unless mutually agreed upon by the University of St. Francis and the student.

QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR BILL:


Business Affairs Office toll free at (800) 359-3500 or by email at businessoffice@stfrancis.edu

QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR FINANCIAL AID:


Financial Aid Services toll free at (866) 890-8331 or by email at finaid@stfrancis.edu