Undergraduate Fees, Expenses, Indebtedness

Fee Regulations, Expenses, Indebtedness

A non-refundable application fee will be required of each applicant for admission to the University. The application fee is currently $75 for U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents, and international applicants. The application fee is non-refundable.

To be considered as full-time students, undergraduate students must enroll for a minimum of 12 hours per semester.

The Tuition and Registration Fees for full time enrollment as an undergraduate student in the College of Engineering for one semester effective Fall Term 2014:

Resident Lower Division $7,047
Resident Upper Division $9,135

Non-Resident Lower Division $20,911
Non-Resident Upper Division $23,487

Students enrolled as special students or guest students in the College of Engineering will be assessed upper-division fees. Fees are subject to change at any time by the Regents of the University. Detailed information relating to fees, deposits, payments, and refunds may be obtained in the Engineering Student Records Office and/or may be found on the Registrar’s website.

Indebtedness to the University

Students shall pay all accounts due the University in accordance with regulations set forth for such payments by the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. When a student’s account shows indebtedness, no transcript of academic record or diploma will be issued, nor will future registration be permitted.

Withdrawal

A student who withdraws after registration shall pay a disenrollment fee according to the rules in effect at the time of withdrawal as found on theĀ Office of the Registrar’s website.