Tuition and Fees

2022-23 Student Fees—Full-Time Students

Tuition (per semester for 12 to 17 credit hours) – $14,736
Online Acadeum tuition per hour in addition to full-time tuition charge (for credits over 12) – $250
Room – per semester – $1,999
Meal plans Larks Dollars can be used in the Larks Nest or for additional meals in the dining hall.

  • All Access Plan + $50 Larks Dollars – $2,998 per semester (required for freshmen and sophomores, available to all students)
  • 150 Meal Block + $50 Larks Dollars – $2,248 per semester (available to juniors and seniors)
  • 75 Meal Block + $50 Larks Dollars – $1,080 per semester (available for seniors and commuter students)

Technology Fee – per semester – $240

2022-23 Student Fees—Part-Time Students

Tuition Per Hour For Credit for all hours if taking
6 to 11 credit hours per semester – $1,228
1 to 5 credit hours per semester – $614
Tuition Per Hour For Audit for all hours if taking
1 to 11 hours per semester – $100
Online Tuition Per Hour if taking only online courses – $420
Technology Fee (6 to 11 hours per semester) – $120
(1 to 5 hours) – $0

Online Tuition Fees

Full time 12 hours or more – $5,040
Part time up to 11 hours (per credit hour) – $420
regardless of delivery mechanism (online, consortium, hybrid, on-campus)

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
Per hour of audit for all hours audited – $80

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 per credit hour – $30

Senior citizen includes those 60 and older.

Other Charges

Per Hour Overload Charge (hours in excess of 17 per semester) – $614
Nursing fees (by enrollment)
– Nurs 300 ($500 clinical fee, $900 resource fee) – $1,400
– Nurs 302 ($500 clinical fee, $700 resource fee) – $1,200
– Nurs 400 ($500 clinical fee, $700 resource fee) – $1,200
– Nurs 402 ($500 clinical fee, $700 resource fee) – $1,200
– Nursing L.P.N. to B.S.N. Advanced Placement – ($300 clinical fee, $900 resource fee) – $1,200
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. 1, 2022 to July 31, 2023) Basic group plan only. Affordable Care Act compliant. Does not include Intercollegiate Sport coverage. – $2,043 (estimate)
Secondary Athletic Insurance Fee (mandatory for all athletes, includes all athletes who practice or participate in an intercollegiate sport) – $200
Optional international non-ACA policy with limitations, separate terms and conditions – $1,747

Credit by Exam – $50 exam fee, $50 per hour
Official transcript Fee (first copy free) – $5
Single Room – $850 per semester (in addition to regular room and board charges)
Room change – $50
Commuter Meal Plan – $100 per semester for 20 meals (meals tracked on ID cards; no carryover)

Summer/Winter Tuition Fees

Tuition (per hour)(regardless of delivery mechanism – online, hybrid, on campus) – $420

Aviation Fees

Examination Fees (Avia 101, 222, 229, 336) – $160 per course, charged by aviation office at time of testing
Avia 103 Private Pilot I – $7,600 ground briefing 22.5 hours @ $45; dual flight 25 hours @ $154; solo flight 12 hours @ $112
Avia 104 Private Pilot II – $3,400 ground briefing 14 hours @ $45; dual flight 10.5 hours @ $154; solo flight 5 hours @ $112
Avia 107 Aviation Pilot Transition – $3,400
Avia 220 Instrument Flight I – $2,725 ground briefing 11 hours @ $45; dual flight 7.5 hours @ $154; AATD 7.5 hours @ $120
Avia 221 Instrument Flight II – $5,325 ground briefing 23.5 hours @ $45; dual flight 6 hours @ $154; dual flight-TAA 15.5 hours @ $179; AATD 10 hours @ $120
Avia 230 Commercial Flight I – $13,750 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 – $8,275 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 325 Mountain Flying – $1,900 ground briefing 13 hours @ $45; dual flight-complex 6 hours @ $186
Avia 332 Airplane Multi-Engine Land – $6,925 ground briefing 15 hours @ $45; dual flight-twin 8.5 hours @ $360; AATD 8.5 hours @ $120
Avia 340 Flight Instructor – Airplane – $6,275 ground briefing 23 hours @ $45; dual flight 8.5 hours @ $154; dual flight-complex 9.5 hours @ $186; AATD 6 hours @ $120
Avia 341 Flight Instructor – Airplane – Instrument – $3,500
Avia 432 Multi-engine Experience (per credit hour) – $7,875
(Avia 451 Crew Resource Management – $3,500)
Avia 470 Flight Instructor – Multi-engine – $4,450
Avia 4XX Advanced Turbine Aircraft Operations – $3,500

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 2022-23