Tuition and Fees

2016-17 Student Fees—Full-Time Students

Tuition (per semester for 12 to 17 credit hours) – $12,691
Room and Board (60% Board and 40% Room, double occupancy, includes Hesston Wellness Center membership) – per semester – $4,184
Technology Fee – per semester – $210
Commuter Meal Plan – $100 per semester for 20 meals (meals tracked on ID cards; no carryover)

2016-17 Student Fees—Part-Time Students

Tuition Per Hour For Credit for all hours if taking
6 to 11 credit hours per semester – $1,058
1 to 5 credit hours per semester – $529
Tuition Per Hour For Audit for all hours if taking
1 to 11 hours per semester – $75
Technology Fee (6 to 11 hours per semester) – $105
(1 to 5 hours) – $0

Part-Time Rate for High School Students

Per hour of credit if taking 1 to 5 hours – $100
Per hour of credit if taking 6 to 11 hours – $200

High School students are those younger than 20 without a high school diploma or G.E.D. High school rates apply for the first 11 cumulative hours of study taken by an individual student. Beginning with the 12th cumulative hour of credit, normal part-time student rates will apply.

Part-Time Rate for Senior Citizens

Senior Citizen Attender Fee – $30

Senior citizen includes those 60 and older.

Other Charges

Per Hour Overload Charge (hours in excess of 17 per semester) – $529
Nursing Fees
Freshman/Junior Clinical Fee (Fall $795, Spring $600) – $1,395
Sophomore Clinical Fee (Fall $890, Spring $890) – $1,780
Advanced Standing Background/Drug Screen Check/Nursing Central (readmit, transfer and L.P.N. students) – $200
Private Music – $275
Science Laboratory Fee (Chem and BiSc courses which include lab) – $80
Additional fees assessed for some classes, off-campus trips and special situations – see course schedule

Student Health Insurance (Aug. 15, 2016 to Aug. 14, 2017) – $1,400 (estimate)
Intercollegiate Sports Insurance Fee (mandatory for all athletes, secondary insurance) – $200

Credit by Exam
Exam Fee – $50
Per Hour – $50
Early Exam Fee – $50
Transcript Fee (first copy free) – $5
Room Deposit – $50
Single room per semester (in addition to base room rate) – $800

Summer Fees

Tuition (per hour)(regardless of delivery mechanism – online, hybrid, on campus) – $400

Aviation Fees (2016-17)

Knowledge Test Fee for Ground School (estimate per test) – $150
Avia 103 Private Pilot I – $6,050 ground briefing 22.5 hours @ $45; dual flight 25 hours @ $157; solo flight 12 hours @ $112
Avia 104 Private Pilot II – $2,950 ground briefing 14 hours @ $45; dual flight 10.5 hours @ $157; solo flight 5 hours @ $112
Avia 220 Instrument Flight I – $2,550 ground briefing 11 hours @ $45; dual flight 7.5 hours @ $154; AATD 7.5 hours @ $120
Avia 221 Instrument Flight II – $5,950 ground briefing 23.5 hours @ $45; dual flight 6 hours @ $154; dual flight-TAA 15.5 hours @ $179; AATD 10 hours @ $120
Avia 225 Mountain Flying – $1,800 ground briefing 13 hours @ $45; dual flight-complex 6 hours @ $186
Avia 230 Commercial Flight I – $10,900 ground briefing 15.5 hours @ $45; dual flight 20 hours @ $154; dual flight-complex 2 hours @ $186; solo flight 21 hours @ $112; solo flight-TAA 23 hours @ $134; AATD 11 hours @ $120
Avia 231 Commercial Flight II – $8,450 ground briefing 15 hours @ $45; dual flight 7.5 hours @ $154; dual flight-complex 14.5 hours @ $186; solo flight 9.5 hours @ $112; solo flight-complex 10.5 hours @ $141; AATD 11.5 hours @ $120
Avia 232 Multi-Engine – $4,750 ground briefing 15 hours @ $45; dual flight-twin 8.5 hours @ $360; AATD 8.5 hours @ $120
Avia 240 Certificated Flight Instructor – $4,850 ground briefing 23 hours @ $45; dual flight 8.5 hours @ $154; dual flight-complex 9.5 hours @ $186; AATD 6 hours @ $120
Avia 241 Certificated Flight Instructor – Instrument – $3,050
Avia 260 Airline Training Orientation Program – $950
Avia 270 Advanced Multiengine – $7,450

Hours flown in excess of curriculum plan are charged at current rates. Aviation rates are subject to changes in fuel cost or program revisions.

Catalog 2015-16