Note: Tuition and Fee Schedules are subject to change without notice. Status as a full-time student requires 12 or more semester hours. It is the student's responsibility to be aware of how the student status affects billing and financial aid funding. The tuition charge is based on your residency, level and course selection. The College Fee is a non-refundable SUNY fee and is based on the number of credits you are registered for. The Student Services Fee is a comprehensive fee based on the number of credits you are registered for and supports services, activities and programs. See the Frequently Asked Questions page for more information on the Student Services Fee.
Fall and Spring Rates 2014-2015: View tuition & fee rate tables
Summer and J-Term Rates for 2014:
Important Information: Summer and J-Term charges are calculated by multiplying the number of credit hours by the appropriate "fee per credit hour rate" based on your student status as listed below. Full-time rates do not apply for Summer and J-Term sessions; tuition and fees are calculated at the part-time per credit hour rate. Payment in full at the time of registration is strongly encouraged to ensure that you maintain your enrollment in the course. Courses will be dropped for nonpayment prior to the start of Summer or J-Term sessions. Be sure to check your official student email@example.com on a daily basis. Payment plans are not available. Payment Options: online through "Your Connection", by mail or in-person using Check, Cash or request a deferment after you have submitted paperwork to our office, 306 Maytum Hall. For more information select the appropriate link: Summer Session Registration or J-Term (winter) Registration.
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Non-matriculated graduate students are charged tuition according to the level of the course. During the Fall and Spring semesters only, students taking 12 or more hours will be charged according to the course level combination with a minimum charge equal to the full-time undergraduate rate and the maximum capped at the full-time graduate rate, determined also by their residency status. During Summer and J-Term sessions, there is no limit or set maximum. Fees are consistent. [ Back to Top ]
Double Occupancy - $3,600.00; Single Occupancy - $4,300.00; Kitchen Suite (Apt Style) - $3,950.00; Double University Commons - $3,950.00; Single University Commons - $4,400.00; University Village - $4,500.00. All rates are subject to change pending approval. Contact the Residence Life Office for more information. [ Back to Top ]
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Fredonia Debit Account
This pre-paid, taxable debit account may be opened with a $300.00 minimum deposit. This charge will show up as a direct cost on your eBill if you sign up before the end of the first week of classes. Contact the FSA Office at (716) 673-3417 ext. 6228 for more information regarding the advantages of opening the Fredonia Debit Account and to find out about the other services they provide. [ Back to Top ]
LatePayment/AdministrativeFee: Required payment must be received prior to the due date printed on the eBill. A $30.00 fee is assessed for any account not paid by the due date ($10.00 is charged on balances under $30.00). An additional fee ($20.00) is charged for Returned Checks and Returned Check transactions. Double check your bank routing and account numbers when paying online!
Registration Fees: All students who register on or after the first day of classes will be charged a Late Registration fee in the amount of $40.00. A $20 fee will be assessed for each add, drop or withdrawal that takes place after the established deadline. Please refer to the Registrar's Office Calendar for specific date information. Also review the tuition and fee liability/refund schedule to determine how your choices will affect your financial status.
Late Orientation Fees: All new students are assessed an orientation fee. Students not attending a summer orientation session will have the opportunity to attend the late orientation session held before classes start and will be assessed a $65.00 orientation fee on their first eBill.
Additional fees: Many courses have approved associated fees assessed at the time of registration. Music majors are also assessed a per credit hour fee regardless of courses taken.
Fines are assessed for parking violations, the late return or loss of library materials, and failure to return equipment. If you are traveling abroad for study or if you are a visiting student from a foreign country, you can find information about additional costs by contacting the International Education Center at (716) 673-3451. [ Back to Top ]