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Tuition & Fees - Main Campus

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 Tuition & Fees 2020-21

 
STANDARD CHARGES    Semester Year
Tuition, full-time (12-18 hours, includes laptop computer)   16,550  33,100 
Residence hall (double room)   2,000  4,000 
Dining hall (17 meals/wk)   2,250  4,500 
SPECIAL CHARGES AND FEES  
Tuition, per credit hour  
    Part-time (under 12 hours)   1,380 
   Overload (above 18 hours)   560 
   Summer school   560 
   Continuing education   560 
   Doctorate program, Education   700 
   Graduate program, Education   670 
   Graduate program, Education (online)   590 
   Graduate program, Education (military)   450 
   Graduate program, MBA   810 
   Professional Development - Workshop   95 
   Audit   95 
   CCCC special   95 
   Advanced placement scholar (HS)   65 
   Intensive English Language (certificate)   730 
Student Activity Fee   75 
Athletic Participation Fee   350 
Payment Plan Fee (per semester)   30 
Laundry Fee (housed students, per semester)   75 
Room Deposit (housed students)   150 
Private music fee (per credit hour, plus tuition)   250 
Art fee (IART150)   50 
Ceramics fee (ART236, ART336)   75 
Stained Glass fee (ART212, ART213)   50 
Education background check fee (EDUC216, EDUC436, EDUC437, EDUC439)   20 
Education background check fee (EDUC212, EDUC601, EDUC606)   40 
Practice teaching fee - Main Campus (per semester in Professional Core & Capstone stages)   50 
Practice teaching fee - PS   150 
Kansas Performance Teaching Portfolio (KPTP) fee (EDUC440, EDUC609)   60 
Education EndNote Software Fee (EDUC903)   110 
Psychology fee (PSYC356, PSYC454)    150 
Physical Education Fee (PESS105)   20 
Leadership fee (LEAD101)   20 
Science lab fee   50 
Laptop computer fee (when elected by part-time student)   500 
Application fee - Main Campus   25 
Validation of credit, per hour   100 
Prior learning evaluation   850 
Enrollment maintenance (study abroad, per semester)   175 
Transcript fee, per copy   10 
Replace ID card   10 

Tuition & Fees 2019-20

 
STANDARD CHARGES    Semester Year
Tuition, full-time (12-18 hours, includes laptop computer)   15,750  31,500 
Residence hall (double room)   1,890  3,780 
Dining hall (17 meals/wk)   2,165  4,330 
SPECIAL CHARGES AND FEES  
Tuition, per credit hour  
    Part-time (under 12 hours)   1,313 
    Overload (above 18 hours)   531 
    Summer school   531 
    Continuing education   531 
    Doctorate program, Education   670 
    Graduate program, Education   636 
    Graduate program, Education (online)   562 
    Graduate program, Education (military)   427 
    Graduate program, MBA   770 
    Professional Development - Workshop   95 
    Audit   95 
    CCCC special   95 
    Advanced placement scholar (HS)   65 
    Intensive English Language (certificate)   695 
Student Activity Fee   75 
Athletic Participation Fee   350 
Payment Plan Fee (per semester)   30 
Laundry Fee (housed students, per semester)   75 
Room Deposit (housed students)   150 
Private music fee (per credit hour, plus tuition)   250 
Art fee (IART150)   50 
Ceramics fee (ART236, ART336)   75 
Stained Glass fee (ART212, ART213)   50 
Education background check fee (EDUC216, EDUC436, EDUC437, EDUC439)   20 
Education background check fee (EDUC212, EDUC601, EDUC606)   40 
Practice teaching fee - Main Campus (per semester in Professional Core & Capstone stages)   50 
Practice teaching fee - PS   150 
Kansas Performance Teaching Portfolio (KPTP) fee (EDUC440, EDUC609)   60 
Education EndNote Software Fee (EDUC903)   109 
Psychology fee (PSYC356, PSYC454)    150 
Physical Education Fee (PESS105)   20 
Leadership fee (LEAD101)   20 
Science lab fee   50 
Laptop computer fee (when elected by part-time student)   500 
Application fee - Main Campus   25 
Validation of credit, per hour   100 
Prior learning evaluation   850 
Enrollment maintenance (study abroad, per semester)   175 
Transcript fee, per copy   10 
Replace ID card   10 
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