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2013-2014 undergraduate tuition & fees

Full Time Yearly Costs

Tuition & Fees

Tuition & Fees Resident Non-Resident NEBHE
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NEBHE (New England Board of Higher Education) Students are notified of their eligibility in The New England Regional Student Program through the admissions process.
Tuition (flat rate for 12-17 credits) $10,410 $17,830 New $14,120;
Returning $16,656
Mandatory Fees $2,200 $2,200 $2,200
Mandatory Fees - Approved Online Classes Only $523 $523
Orientation Fee
New Admits & Transfers $125 $125 $125
DOCS Admits
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Division of Online & Continuing Studies
$35 $35 $35
International Students ---- $225 ----
Enrollment Fee - New & Re-Admits $83 $83 $83

Room

Housing costs will vary depending on which residence hall you live in, whether you have roommates, and the number of roommates. The figures below are an average—the cost of a double room.

Room Resident Non-Resident NEBHE
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NEBHE (New England Board of Higher Education) Students are notified of their eligibility in The New England Regional Student Program through the admissions process.
Double Room $6,560 $6,560 $6,560

Board

Food costs will vary according to which meal plan you select. The numbers below are an average—the cost of a 13-meal-per-week plan.

Board Resident Non-Resident NEBHE
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NEBHE (New England Board of Higher Education) Students are notified of their eligibility in The New England Regional Student Program through the admissions process.
Basic 200 (avg. 13 meals per week) $2,698 $2,698 $2,698

Part Time - Per Credit Costs

Part Time Resident Non-Resident NEBHE
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NEBHE (New England Board of Higher Education) Students are notified of their eligibility in The New England Regional Student Program through the admissions process.
Tuition (per credit) $435 $743 New $588
Returning $696
Mandatory Fees (per credit) $94 $94 $94
Mandatory Fees - approved online classes only (per credit) $27.52 $27.52 $27.52

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About Transfer Students
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Transfer Students are:

Students who have attempted to earn any credit hours at another higher education institution after graduating high school.

Note:

Students who have attempted to earn less than 12 credit hours are eligible for first-year student scholarships and should use the First Year Student Calculator.