• Student Accounts

  • Creative Writing Programs Tuition Rates

    Tuition Due Dates 

  •  2014-2015 Tuition Rates  

    Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (per credit)

    $445

    Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (per credit)

    $507

    Master of Arts in Children and Young Adult Lit.

    $668

    2014-2015 Other Graduate Student Fees

    Facilities Fee (per credit)

    $3

    Degree-seeking Program Fee (new students only)

    $190

    Course Materials (as required by instructor)

    Variable

    Health Insurance (optional, estimated)

    $1,846

    International Student Fee (per year)

    $270

    Water-Stone Review (optional)

    $15

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  • 2013-2014 Tuition Rates

    Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (per credit)

    $445

    Master of Arts in Fine Arts (per credit)

    $492

    Master of Arts Fine in Writing for Children
    and Young Adults (per credit)

    $636

    2013-2014 Other Graduate Student Fees

    Facilities Fee (per credit)

    $3

    Degree-seeking Program Fee (new students only)

    $190

    Course Materials (as required by instructor)

    Variable

    Health Insurance (optional, estimated)

    $1,520

    International Student Fee (per year)

    $260

    Water-Stone Review (optional)

    $15

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  • news

    Hamline Professor Lisa Ferguson Stegall was interviewed by WCCO-TV Reporter Heather Brown for the Good Question segment where she was asked, "Why do our noses run when it's cold?"

    The Humanities Symposium luncheon program invites the Hamline community to the lecture, "The Power and Potential of Restorative Justice," featuring Shannon Moroney. Please RSVP for this free lunch and lecture by Friday, March 13.

    The Asian Pacific American Coalition invites the Hamline community to participate in Korean traditional drumming on Tuesday, March 3 and Wednesday, March 4 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. in Bush Student Center HUB.