SPECIAL FEES—NOT REFUNDABLE

 

APPLICATION FEES

 

Required with all applications for admission. This fee is payable at the time of filing the application. It is not refundable and no portion will be applied to tuition.

 

Applied Social Sciences: $0

 

Dental Medicine: $45

 

Graduate Studies: $50 (not required for non-degree students)

 

Law: $40 (paper application only); free on-line

 

Management: $50

 

Medicine: $85

 

Nursing: $75 (D.N.P. & M.S.N.); $50 (Ph.D)

 

Health Service and Medical Insurance Fee: $660/semester for 2009–2010.

 

The university’s medical plan fee is automatically billed at the beginning of the fall semester and spring semester (spring semester coverage extends through the summer) to all students registered for one or more credit hours. The medical plan provides coverage for medical care not available at the University Health Service. Students registered for one or more credit hours are eligible to use the University Health Service regardless of their participation with the medical plan. Students who have alternate medical insurance may waive the university’s medical plan fee each semester by completing an online waiver form. The deadline date for completing the waiver process is stated on the website. Remember, this fee is billed twice a year; therefore, a waiver must be completed twice a year.


LATE REGISTRATION FEE

 

Required of students who register after classes have begun: $25

 

TRANSCRIPT FEE


There is a $5 fee assessed for each transcript request.

 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES FEE

 

Undergraduate: $144 per semester for students entering prior to fall 2006 ; $140 per semester for students entering fall 2006 and after.

 

Dental Medicine: $110 per semester

 

Graduate: .85% of the per credit hour tuition rate per semester ($12/semester for 2009–2010)

 

Law: $52 per semester

 

Nursing: $15 per semester (D.N.P.. & M.S.N); $7.50 per semester (Ph.D.) $65 Background Check

 

Medicine: $15 per semester

 

CO-OP FEE

 

First time participants: $150

 

Subsequent placements: $75

 

CLINICAL PRACTICE FEE

 

All nursing undergraduates are charged a clinical practice fee in the fall semester of each year. For the 2009–2010 academic year, the clinical practice fee is $225.

 

LABORATORY FEE

 

Dental Medicine: $295 per semester

 

LEASING FEE

 

Dental Medicine: $128.50 per semester

 

COMPUTER LEASING FEE

 

Dental Medicine: $90 per semester

 

GRADUATION FEE

 

Doctor of Philosophy: $87

 

This fee for the doctorate includes the cost of microfilming the doctoral dissertation by University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan, which is a requirement for the degree.

 

IN ABSENTIA FEE

 

Paid by undergraduate degree candidates who are registered in an approved program at another institution: $500.

 

TUITION DEPOSIT

 

Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences: $100 (non-refundable)

 

Dental Medicine: $1,000 (non-refundable)

 

Nursing (Graduate Entry DNP and MSN Nurse Anesthesia.): $200 (non-refundable)

 

Law: $200 spring deposit and $400 summer deposit (both non-refundable)

 

Management: $500 (non-refundable)

 

Undergraduate: $500 enrollment deposit (non-refundable)

 

SPECIAL NURSING FEES

 

FPB/NSNA insurance, B.S.N. students:

 

$30 per year

 

Malpractice insurance, B.S.N. $29 per year

 

OTHER EXPENSES (ESTIMATED)

 

Books, Supplies, and Equipment

 

Nursing—Level I: $1,755 Level II: $1,305; Levels III and IV: $1,245

 

Medicine—$4,000 year (students must also supply their own microscopes; contact School of Medicine for requirements)

 

Dentistry—first year: $11,711; second year: $6,503; third year: $3,935; fourth year: $6,025

 

Law: $1,325 per year

 

Management: $3025 for first-year students; $1,325 for second year students

 

Housing and Meals (On Campus)

 

See “Office of Housing and Residence Life” in the Student Affairs section of this Bulletin.

 

Personal Property Insurance

 

Students are responsible for their personal property while on campus. The university assumes no responsibility for loss of or damage to a student’s personal property, and the university insurance program does not cover such losses. Many “homeowner policies” purchased by a student’s family provide coverage for such perils as fire, water, and theft. If this coverage does not exist, the student may wish to consider the purchase of a separate policy.