Chapter 8

8.01-8.05 | 8.06-8.09

8.01-8.05

Tuition, Fees, Room & Board

Effective Date: 09/01/2010

8.1 Tuition Rates, Residence Hall Room and Board and Apartment Rates, and Related Fees

The Board of Trustees shall set tuition rates, to be charged according to the number of credits for which the student is registered, residence hall and apartment room and board rates and other fees unless such power is otherwise expressly granted by the Board. The Board Secretary will at all times maintain a current schedule of all then applicable tuition, rates and fees. All tuition rates, residence hall and apartment room and board rates, fees or any other charges currently in effect pursuant to any Board of Trustees Policy shall, notwithstanding this Policy, remain in force and effect until changed by Board of Trustees action.

Refunds of tuition, fees and room and board charges shall be made pursuant to Procedures established by the President or his designated representative.

History
  03/20/81  
  01/28/82  
  03/19/82  
  11/19/82  
  07/15/83  
  07/13/84  
  09/21/84  
  03/22/85  
  09/20/85  
  03/21/86  
  09/19/86  
  03/20/87  
  01/22/88  
  07/22/88  
  09/23/88  
  07/21/89  
  07/20/90  
  07/19/91  
  11/22/91  
  05/22/92  
  05/21/93  
  05/20/94  
  06/16/95  
  06/21/96  
  06/27/97  
  05/22/98  
  07/07/99  
  06/29/2000  
  07/17/2001  
  05/10/2002  
  06/25/2003 Implemented differential tuition
  06/25/2004 Implemented per credit hour
  06/24/2005  
  06/22/2006  
  06/21/2007  
  06/19/2008 Implemented Graduate Student Research Mode Only per credit hour rate
  07/16/2009  
  03/04/2010 Implemented the On-Line MBA Program
  07/15/2010 Was previously Policy 9.4. Renumbered; integrated 9.9, 9.10 and 9.11; and deleted specific rates as a part of policy, leaving them to be set by the Board.

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Effective Date: 09/01/2010

8.2 Special Fees and Pricing

  1. The President or the President's designate is authorized to establish special fees for certain course offerings requiring unusual amounts of supplies and/or special equipment and to establish fees and prices for the following:
    1. Educational programs, courses, conferences and the like not otherwise covered by the regular schedule of tuition for instruction and public service, upon presentation of an acceptable budget.
    2. Housing and food service for those situations not otherwise covered by the regular full-term housing rate schedules approved by the Board of Trustees.
    3. Services, such as, by way of illustration not limitation, providing transcripts, changing housing assignments, offering memberships in various facilities, athletic events, concerts, lectures, photo-copying.
    4. Sales of materials, services, and supplies, such as by way of example and not limitation, books, educational supplies, sports equipment, stumpage, wood, sundries, etc.
History
  07/31/91 Lab fees
  08/29/92 Coupon books for supplies
  12/17/94 $25 deposit, purchase with coupons
  11/20/96  
  01/18/36 Transcript fees for vocations education
  01/11/50 Transcript
  10/11/68 Transcript
  08/08/69  
  02/13/70 Fee for room change
  12/15/72  
  04/26/74  
  08/11/78  
  12/14/79  
  01/28/82  
  03/23/90 Deleted Public Service courses
  09/18/92 Changed Responsibility
  08/03/2000 Changed Executive Vice President and Provost title to Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs
  04/29/2005 Removed "senior" and "student services" from provost's title
  07/15/2010 Was previously Policy 9.5. Renumbered; changed Provost to President; moved subsection 3 to Policy 2.2.

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Effective Date: 09/01/2010

8.3 Waiver of Certain Fees

The Vice President for Student Affairs, in special circumstances, is authorized to waive student fees related to admission, registration, continuing enrollment deposit, and the enrollment process. Such waivers shall be reported to the Board annually.

History
  06/12/65  
  12/11/70  
  10/12/73  
  01/28/82  
  11/18/88 Changed to Student Services
  03/19/93 Changed to Executive Vice President and Provost
  08/03/2000 Changed Executive Vice President and Provost title to Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs
  04/29/2005 Removed "senior" and "student services" from provost's title
  07/15/2010 Was previously Policy 9.7. Renumbered and granted authority to Vice President for Student Affairs.

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Effective Date: 09/01/2010

8.4 Payment of Fees

No student shall be permitted to attend classes unless all amounts due the University have been paid, or suitable arrangements for later payment have been made.

History
  07/24/97  
  08/10/37  
  04/27/57  
  01/28/82  
  07/15/2010 Was previously Policy 9.8. Renumbered only.

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Effective Date: 05/01/2015

8.5 Late Fee Assessments

  1. Late Enrollment Processing Fee

    Students who have not paid their account in full, have not made appropriate arrangements for deferred payment with the Accounts Receivable Office, or have not processed their billing statement by the Billing Statement Due Date will be assessed a $50.00 late fee.

  1. Late Enrollment/Registration Fee

    Continuing students who are not registered by the Billing Statement Due Date and subsequently register or students who have not processed their billing statement, have had their course schedule withdrawn and subsequently register will be assessed a $100.00 late enrollment/registration fee. The late enrollment/registration fee is not applicable Summer Term.

  1. Late Payment Fee-non rental delinquencies

    A $25.00 per month late payment fee will be assessed monthly throughout the semester during which the account balance was created on all accounts with balances, (excluding apartment rent charges which are covered only by Part D below) over $100.00 after the second billing due date. Students enrolled in the three payment plan will be assessed the monthly late payment fees commencing upon each failure to pay according to the contract schedule rather than on the second billing due date. In no event will total monthly late payment fees in excess of $100 be assessed for any late payment.

  1. Late Rent Payment Fee -Daniell Heights Apartments

    Late payment of Daniell Heights Apartment rent will be assessed a $50.00 late rent payment fee on the 11th day of each month when rent is not paid in full by the 10th day of the month. 

History
  08/19/39 5% penalty for late payment of room fee, ejected if more than 10 days
  08/07/59 Increase fee
  02/10/67  
  02/13/70  
  08/13/71  
  02/16/78  
  01/28/82  
  05/20/88 Raise maximum limit from $7 to $20 for late payment for Daniell Heights Apartments
  11/18/88 Changed to Student Services in the second paragraph
  03/19/93 Title change in second paragraph
  07/16/93 Deleted late payment schedule and changed responsibility to the Comptroller
  05/19/2000 Increased fee to $50, changed title to Controller, and added may extend late registration period in individual cases with unusual circumstances
  06/25/2003 Rewritten to offer a grace period before classes are dropped and increased the late enrollment/registration fee from $50 to $100
  12/11/2009 Added a $25.00 per month late payment fee non-rental delinquencies
  07/15/2010 Was previously Policy 9.6. Renumbered only.
  05/01/2015 Raise late rent payment fee for Daniell Heights Apartments.

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