Tuition and Fee Information

Effective Fall 2014


Tuition Costs - Effective Fall 2014

Undergraduate Degree Students

  Full-Time Part-Time
New York State Residents $3,015 per semester $260 per credit
Out-of-State Residents and Foreign Students on Temporary Visas $535 per credit $535 per credit

Undergraduate Non-Degree Students

  Per Credit or Equivalent
New York State Residents $380
Out-of-State Residents and Foreign Students on Temporary Visas $800

Graduate MBA Students

  Full-Time Part-Time
New York State Residents $7,095 per semester $635 per credit
Out-of-State Residents and Foreign Students on Temporary Visas $970 per credit $970 per credit

Graduate MPA Students

  Full-Time Part-Time
New York State Residents $5,545 per semester $475 per credit
Out-of-State Residents and Foreign Students on Temporary Visas $875 per credit $875 per credit

Graduate MS and MA Students

  Full-Time Part-Time
New York State Residents $4,825 per semester $405 per credit
Out-of-State Residents and Foreign Students on Temporary Visas $745 per credit $745 per credit

Maintenance of Matriculation (Graduate Students)

New York State Residents Students $200 per Semester
Non-Resident Students $325 per Semester

Excess Contact Hour Fee (Graduate Students)
This fee gets charged for any full-time or part-time student who takes a course with an extra meeting hour.

New York State Residents Students $65 per extra hour
Non-Resident Students $85 per extra hour

Technology Fee

  Full-Time Part-Time
Undergraduate, Graduate, Degree and Non-degree Students
The Technology Fee is non-refundable
$125.00 per semester $62.50 per semester

Student Activity Fees

Student Activity Fee  (Undergraduate - Full Time) $125.60
Student Activity Fee  (Undergraduate - Part Time) $85.60
Student Activity Fee - Summer (Per Summer Session) (Undergraduate) $80.45
Student Activity Fee - Fall and Spring (Graduate) $39.60
Student Activity Fee - Summer (Per Summer Session) (Graduate) $14.45
Consolidated Service Fee  (All Students)   $15.00
All Student Activity Fees and Consolidated Service Fees are non-refundable.

Senior Citizens

Senior Citizens  
(NY State Residents 60 or older - includes the $15 Consolidated Fee)
$80.00

 

Academic Excellence Fees for Graduate Programs  (Non-Refundable)
  Full-Time Part-Time
Financial Engineering $4,000 per semester $3,000 per semester

Business Programs (MBA and MS)

$1,000 per semester $750 per semester
Public Affairs MS and MPA Degrees $500 per semester $500 per semester
Corporate Communications $500 per semester $500 per semester
Industrial-Organization Psychology $500 per semester $500 per semester
Mental Health Counseling $500 per semester $500 per semester
     
Undergraduate Science Course Material Fees (Non-Refundable)
BIO 1003, BIO 1005, BIO 2010, BIO 3001 $30.00
BIO 3005, BIO 3010, BIO 3012, BIO 3015, BIO 4004, BIO 4010 $85.00
CHM 1000, CHM 2003, CHM 3001, CHM 3003, CHM 3006 $30.00
CHM 4900 $50.00
ENV 1020 $15.00
ENV 3001, ENV 3009, ENV 4900 $30.00

 

Non Instructional Fees (Non refundable)

Transfer and Second Degree Application Fee

$70.00

Payable at the time of filing Transfer Application

Non-degree and Permit Application Fee

$65.00

Payable at the time of filing application for admission

Re-Entry Application Fee

$20.00

Late Registration $25.00
For students permitted to register after the close of the official registration period.
Change of Program
(per change)
$18.00
For any additions to a schedule of courses after it has been approved and recorded
Check Reprocessing/Non-payment of e-checks
(Bad Checks)
$20.00
Duplicate Diploma $30.00
Transcript Fee $7.00
(No fee for transcripts sent to other units of CUNY.) This fee applies for each transcript requested.
Duplicate Bursar Receipt $5.00
For students requesting a duplicate Bursar receipt
ID Card Replacement

$10.00 (cash only)

Special Examinations Fee $25

Notes Regarding Tuition Assessment
Undergraduate students who take graduate courses as part of their program pay the undergraduate rate.  Graduate students who take undergraduate courses as part of their programs pay the graduate rate.  Graduate students who must take prerequisites pay undergraduate rates upon presentation of a letter from the appropriate Dean stating that the course is part of the requirement for credit towards graduation.