Mount Vernon Nazarene University

Mount Vernon Nazarene University

Schedule of Charges – Traditional Programs

Tuition and fees for the 2013-2014 academic year are:

 

Fall

Spring

Total

Tuition

$ 11,845

$ 11,845

$23,690

Housing

1,950

1,950

3,900

Meal Plan

1,540

1,540

3,080

Total Residential

$15,335

$15,335

$30,670

Total Commuter

$11,845

$11,845

$23,690

Tuition: The charge for tuition allows students to carry 12 to 16 hours each semester. Up to 4 hours may be taken in the January term without an additional charge if the full-time tuition rate is paid in fall or spring. A tuition overload fee of $658 is charged for each credit hour over 16 in fall or spring, or over 4 in January term. Students enrolled in less than 12 hours in fall or spring pay part-time tuition of $658 per credit hour.

Any student who is not full time in fall who enrolls in January and simultaneously confirms for spring, will not be billed January charges. However, if spring classes are dropped prior to the 60% point in the semester, January charges will be in effect and will be billed to the student’s account. Any student who enrolls for January classes only will be billed as follows.

January 2014

Tuition

$658/credit hour

Housing

$433

Meal Plan

$342

Summer school tuition for 2013 is offered at $382 per credit hour. Rates for summer of 2014 are yet to be established.

Tuition covers the costs of instruction and the entire complement of University Academic Services. Specific course fees may be added for individualized instruction, laboratory supplies, uniforms, electronic or custom books, transportation, etc. January Term travel fees and Summer School charges may also be published in separate bulletins. Students should contact the faculty member leading a January Term or Summer Session travel course for advance payment deadlines. Students participating in off-campus study experiences are required to follow advanced payment deadlines.

Senior Citizens: (62 or over and retired) may enroll tuition free on a space available basis. Senior citizens must pay applicable course fees. See the Admissions Office for details. Senior citizens cannot enroll in non-traditional or graduate programs.

Housing Charges: Unmarried students not living with parents or guardians must room and board on campus. Exceptions to this requirement are made for students who are 23 or older by August 31, 2013. The annual housing charge is $3,900 for double occupancy. If single occupancy is requested (and available), the charge is $5,850 (a 50% surcharge). Laundry facilities are provided for residential students at no additional charge. Students who live on campus are required to purchase the university’s meal plan.

The cost for a room during the January term for students who do not room on campus in the fall or spring is $433. Students are not permitted to occupy rooms during summer and other vacation periods without permission from the Director of Residence Life and the Student Financial Services Office. When such permission is granted, a charge is assessed and must be pre-paid.

Meal Plan: The annual fee is $3,080 for a continuous service meal plan. A la carte meal rates are higher and are published in the Dining Commons. Students who do not board on campus in the fall or spring are charged $342 for the January meal plan.

Health Care Fee: By the first day of class, all residential students must submit proof through the student portal that they are covered under a health care policy, so as to avoid being charged a health care fee. All full-time commuter students must submit a waiver through the student portal by the first day of class in order to avoid being charged the fee. The annual cost of the University policy is $230. The charge is prorated for those attending only during the January term. Married students may elect insurance for spouses and/or children through the University. Information on premiums is available in the Student Financial Services Office. Information about coverage is available in the Student Health Services Office.