• Tuition

    Tuition & Fees

    Undergraduate tuition is $614 per semester credit (most courses are 4 semester credits.)

    * Tuition is discounted to $589 per semester credit if you register by May 9, 2014.

    View Graduate Summer Term Enrollment Costs.

    Full payment is due Monday, June 2, 2014

    Refund Schedule

    If a student officially withdraws from a summer term, tuition will be refunded according to the following dates:

    Term 

     

    % Refunded

     
     

    100%

    75%

    50%

    25%

    0%

    Term I

    June 3

    June 4

    June 5

    June 6

    June 9

    Term II

    July 8

    July 9

    July 10

    July 11

    July 14

    Term III

    June 5

    June 6

    June 9

    June 10

    June 11

    Audits

    To audit a course you must obtain permission from the instructor. Pick up an Audit Card from the Student Administrative Services office, bring it to the first day of class, and have the instructor sign it. Courses can be audited for a fee of $100 which must be turned in with the audit card by the second day of class. The audit fee is non-refundable. Courses must have a minimum enrollment of eight students for an audit to be allowed.

    Course Fee

    Some courses have a nominal additional fee to help cover laboratory supplies, field trips, etc. Course fees are not refundable if you cancel your registration after the class has begun.

    Financial Aid & VA Benefits

    Financial aid is available for summer students enrolled in at least six semester credits. Financial aid for summer normally consists of Federal Subsidized or Unsubsidized Stafford Loans, PLUS Loans, SELF, Private Loans, Minnesota State Grant, and Pell Grant (when applicable). Contact the Student Administrative Services office at 651-523-3000 for information on eligibility and application deadlines.

    If you are eligible to receive VA educational benefits during the academic year, you are probably eligible to receive them for the summer. For further information, consult with the veterans benefit coordinator at 651-523-3000.

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