Summer undergraduate tuition is $981 per credit hour. This is the 50% reduced rate.
Summer undergraduate tuition is half that of the academic year. All students registered in courses numbered 1-399 pay 50% of the tuition rate. Undergraduates enrolled in graduate level courses numbered 400 and above pay full undergraduate tuition. Graduate students enrolled in courses numbered 1-399 pay 50% of the graduate tuition rate.
Summer graduate tuition for courses numbered 400 and above is $1827 per credit hour.
Fourth year students pursuing the BSN degree in the School of Nursing have the option of completing their capstone during the summer and completing all program requirements by the end of the fall semester. Students electing this summer and fall enrollment plan will incur the prevailing tuition charge for summer coursework. Financial aid, consisting of scholarship, grant, and loan is available for this summer study.
Summer funding is limited to Federal Loans and private loans. There is no institutional gift money at the undergraduate level in the summer except under very extraordinary circumstances. Students who enroll in the regular summer session and who will enroll in the Fall semester may receive Federal Loans for the summer session. Students who are graduating in August may apply for private loans. Students graduating in August and who are enrolled in both the three week May Term and the regular summer session may apply for Federal loans.
Students should apply for assistance for the full 2018-19 academic year by April 1, 2018 through the Office of Financial Aid. 368-4530
The Student Financial Services Office (368-2226; Yost Hall, Room 115) bills registered students via their Case email accounts. Visiting students should activate their email accounts in order to receive their bills. Students do not have to pay at the time of registration. Bills are emailed in mid-May, mid-June, and early July. Late fees for non-payment are imposed in mid-July. Please see the Student Financial Services Office website for exact billing and due dates.
If you have registered for the May Term or any of the summer sessions and wish to cancel your enrollment, you must contact Dean Claudia Anderson in the Office of Undergraduate Studies, Sears Bldg., Rm. 357. A refund of 100% will apply only to students who cancel enrollment on the first day of the classes. Refund amounts will be reduced beyond that date.