Tuition and Fees for Full-time Students:

Cost for the 2014-15 school year:

Tuition & Fees (all students): $40,670
Room & Board (freshmen)*: $14,490
TOTAL: $55,160


These figures include 12-16 credits per semester. Additional credits are $930 each. More about costs.

*Room and Board figures for freshmen assigned to Irma, Dana, The Commons, The Ledges, The Suites (Larson, Troup, Perlroth) Mountainview and the Village. The amount includes a $1,400 meal plan per semester ($2,800 for the year).

Room and board for transfer students will depend on which housing option is assigned, which is based on placing the student with other members of their class year. Most incoming junior or senior transfer students are assigned to The Crescent and Westview, the all-suite residence halls on the nearby York Hill Campus, where each apartment has a kitchen, common living/dining room and three double rooms. The cost is $13,900 (double rooms) for the year, which includes a $1000 per semester meal plan that can be used in any of our dining halls.

Sophomore students may be assigned to Mountainview ($14,490) or the Village ($14,490) residence halls on the Mount Carmel Campus, which are suites with no kitchens, and include a $1,400 meal plan per semester.

Those assigned to the Complex or the Hill--suite-style housing with kitchens located on the Mount Carmel Campus--will pay $13,950, which includes an $1,000 per semester meal plan.

View a detailed listing of residential rates.

Learn more about our undergraduate residences.



Tuition and Fees for Part-time Students:

Courses scheduled at 5 p.m. or later

$665 per credit

Saturday courses $665 per credit
Courses scheduled before 5 p.m. Monday-Friday $930 per credt
Part-time student fee (excludes the first three credits before 5 p.m. Monday - Friday) $37 per credit
Registration fee: $25
Maximum number of credits for matriculated part-time students: 11

Maximum number of credits for non-matriculated part-time students:

6

Deferred Payment Plan
For the convenience of part-time students, we offer a deferred payment plan that allows you to register for courses upon the payment of one third of your tuition and fees. If you would like to take advantage of this option, you must sign an installment note, which is a legal document that obligates you to pay the semester’s tuition and fees in full, whether or not you complete the courses. Deferred notes can be obtained by calling the bursar’s office at 203-582-5263 or online.

Withdrawal Policy
Students who wish to withdraw from a course must complete a withdrawal form in person at the registrar’s office. Please refer to the refund policy. The date of withdrawal for purposes of calculating the refund is the date on which students make a formal application at the registrar’s office.

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