Frequently Asked Questions — Charges
I pre-registered for a full-time schedule. Why am I being charged for part-time tuition?
You may have been closed out of one of your classes selected. Please call the Registrar's Office to correct your schedule.
If I'm living on campus, shouldn't I be charged for room & board?
Yes. Please call Student Development to verify your housing record.
Can I still change my board plan?
Maybe…freshmen are all on the Carte Blanche (full-meal) plan. Upperclassmen may contact Student Development for info.
I'm a new student and I paid a $200 enrollment deposit. Why am I only getting credit for $80 or $180?
$20 pays your orientation fee. In addition, $100 is applied as a housing/security deposit for resident students.
I'm a returning student and I paid a $100 room draw fee. Don't I get that back?
If you move into your dorm room, you'll see a credit to your account in September.
What is the “Comprehensive Fee”? Do I have to pay that?
The comprehensive fee is a mandatory charge to all students registered for at least 8 hours. It finances the Student Health Center, plus all student organizations, events and publications. So get out there and participate!
What are “Course Fees”?
Certain classes involve non-tuition expenses, such as supplies, travel, tickets, entrance fees, etc, purchased on behalf of the students enrolled.
Do I have to keep the Student Health Insurance? I have my own coverage...
All full-time students must provide proof of other coverage to waive the university plan. Visit https://www.studentinsurance.com/ to waive by the July 8 deadline for reversal of the fee on your official fall bill. If you are a student athlete, you may waive the Student Health Insurance, but you must retain the ICS (Intercollegiate Sport) coverage.