Graduate Tuition and Fees


2017-2018 Academic Year Resident Cost Per Term

2017-2018 Academic Year Non-Resident Cost Per Term

Graduate Tuition - Base (Any Term)

$4113 $7587

Graduate Tuition - Business (Any Term)

$8472 $14808

Graduate Tuition – Engineering (Any Term)

$4773 $8247

Graduate Tuition - Medical Physics (Any Term)

$7386 $11676

Graduate Tuition - Public Health (Any Term)

$4680 $8496

Graduate Tuition -Doctor of Veterinary Medicine [1st, 2nd, 3rd years | 4th year] (Any Term)





Graduate Tuition - Doctor of Pharmacy (Any Term) $7560 $13032

Fees - Per Term


Fees - One-Time Matriculation Fee

Fees - One-time International Student Orientation Fee $50
Tuition & Fees Updated 10/24/2017



Tuition based on 12 resident credit hours in an academic term; fees will always accompany tuition charges. Increases of 4.5% per year are suggested for future tuition costs. Fees will be charged at a rate of 90% of actual costs, but this number is provided for budgetary estimation purposes.



Salary Rates for Graduate Assistants:

Graduate Students should be budgeted as Graduate Assistants if they are working more than 12 hours/week during the academic Year. Graduate Assistants receive health care and tuition remission.

Summer salary rates for Graduate Students should be the same as the rate used during the Academic Year. Graduate Assistants must be enrolled in 3 credits during summer session to be eligible for continuing benefits, such as insurance and tuition remission.


Tuition Remission for Graduate Assistants:

Rates that are established full time status for the academic year (12-16 hours) and summer (9 hours). For the summer session, add the additional amount shown for each hour over nine hours. The student must pay for any hours above 16 hours in the summer session.

Full tuition must be charged for all Graduate Assistants (i.e. tuition follows salary). If tuition is not allowed by the sponsor, the grant file will be noted as such and the department is responsible for finding any required tuition/graduate school remission.

  • For Graduate Assistants who are split between two grants, the tuition remission should be charged as the same percentage as salary is charged on each grant.
  • Similar to any other unallowable expense, if tuition is not an allowable expense on a grant then it is not permitted to be counted as cost share (unless specifically approved by the sponsor).


Tuition on Fellowships and other non-Graduate Assistant appointments (i.e. academic-wage and non-employees):