Summer 2014 Tuition and Fees

Summer 2014 Tuition and Fees

In the summer, tuition is charged on a per semester hour basis and fewer fees are charged than during the academic year. Tuition charges are based on course level for undergraduate and graduate courses. Courses numbered (0000-4999) are charged at the undergraduate rate; courses numbered (5000 and above) are charged at the graduate rate. The following are in-state and out-of-state rates.

SUMMER 2014 TUITION RATES

  • In-State Undergraduate - $132.00/cr.hr.
  • In-State Graduate - $165.00/cr.hr.
  • Out-of-state Undergraduate - $412.00/cr.hr.
  • Out-of-state Graduate - $464.00/cr.hr.
  • MBA/MSA Tuition Differential - $150/cr.hr.

SUMMER 2014 STUDY ABROAD TUITION RATES

  • In-state Undergraduate - $132.00/cr.hr.
  • In-state Graduate - $165.00/cr.hr.
  • Out-of-state Undergraduate - $152.00/cr.hr.
  • Out-of-state Graduate - $185.00/cr.hr.

Summer 2014 Tuition Rates
Cr. Hrs. Enrolled
In-State Undergraduate
In-State Graduate
In-State Graduate MBA / MSA Differential
Out-of-State Undergraduate
Out-of-State Graduate
Out-of-State Graduate MBA / MSA Differential
1
$132.00
$165.00
$315.00
$412.00
$464.00
$614.00
2
$264.00
$330.00
$630.00
$824.00
$928.00
$1228.00
3
$396.00
$495.00
$945.00
$1236.00
$1392.00
$1842.00
4
$528.00
$660.00
$1260.00
$1648.00
$1856.00
$2456.00
5
$660.00
$825.00
$1575.00
$2060.00
$2320.00
$3070.00
6
$792.00
$990.00
$1890.00
$2472.00
$2784.00
$3684.00
7
$924.00
$1155.00
$2205.00
$2884.00
$3248.00
$4298.00
8
$1056.00
$1320.00
$2520.00
$3296.00
$3712.00
$4912.00
9
$1188.00
$1485.00
$2835.00
$3708.00
$4176.00
$5526.00
10
$1320.00
$1650.00
$3150.00
$4120.00
$4640.00
$6140.00
11
$1452.00
$1815.00
$3465.00
$4532.00
$5104.00
$6754.00
12
$1584.00
$1980.00
$3780.00
$4944.00
$5568.00
$7368.00


Summer 2014 Study Abroad Tuition Rates
Cr. Hrs. Enrolled
In-State Undergraduate
In-State Graduate
Out-of-State Undergraduate
Out-of-State Graduate
1
$132.00
$165.00
$152.00
$185.00
2
$264.00
$330.00
$304.00
$370.00
3
$396.00
$495.00
$456.00
$555.00
4
$528.00
$660.00
$608.00
$740.00
5
$660.00
$825.00
$760.00
$925.00
6
$792.00
$990.00
$912.00
$1110.00
7
$924.00
$1,155.00
$1064.00
$1295.00
8
$1,056.00
$1,320.00
$1216.00
$1480.00
9
$1,188.00
$1,485.00
$1368.00
$1665.00
10
$1,320.00
$1,650.00
$1520.00
$1850.00
11
$1,452.00
$1,815.00
$1672.00
$2035.00
12
$1,584.00
$1,980.00
$1824.00
$2220.00

Fees for Summer 2014:

Student fees - $12.00 per credit (Semester) hour
Education and Technology Fee - $17.00 per credit (Semester) hour
NC State ASG (Association of Student Governments) Fee - $0.13 per term for 1-5 hours; $0.25 per 6 hrs or more (on a per term basis)
Summer Book Rental Fee - $35.00 (Undergraduate Main Campus students only)
Applied Music Service Charge - $300.00

Student Costs for Summer 2014:

Meal Plan
4 week - $320
5 week - $400

Parking
First session or full summer
Student Lots - $34
Parking Deck - $84

Second session ONLY
Student Lots - $17
Parking Deck - $42

Housing
5 week sessions
Double occupancy rate - $730
Private occupancy rate - $1095 (if available)

When will I be billed? When do I pay?

If you register during the early registration period or process any adjustments to your schedule for the first half of Summer School, a billing statement will be e-mailed to you on April 10, 2014. The payment deadline for these transactions is May 16, 2014. If payment is not received and processed by the Student Accounts office by the deadline, the early registration will be cancelled.

If you register during the early registration period or process any adjustments to your schedule for the second half of Summer School, a billing statement will be e-mailed to you May 28, 2014.The payment deadline for these transactions is June 23, 2014.. If payment is not received and processed by the Student Accounts office by the deadline, the early registration will be cancelled.

Account information is accessible on Appalnet. Payments can be mailed to Appalachian State University, Student Accounts Office, John E. Thomas Hall, ASU Box 32005, Boone, NC 28608-2005. Payment by credit card (MasterCard or Visa) is available on Appalnet (Credit Card Payment).

NOTE: IF EARLY REGISTERED, TUITION AND FEES FOR THE SUMMER 2014 TERMS MUST BE PAID BY THE DATES NOTED ABOVE. FAILURE TO PAY BY THAT DATE WILL RESULT IN CANCELLATION OF YOUR CLASS SCHEDULE. PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PAYMENT OF TUITION AND FEES REGARDLESS OF WHETHER A BILLING STATEMENT IS RECEIVED.

Tuition Surcharge

Undergraduate students who initially enrolled at Appalachian in the Fall, 1994 and thereafter, must comply with North Carolina Session Law 321-89 (Senate Bill 27) and 769-17.10 (Senate Bill 1505). In 2009, the General Assembly (Senate Bill 202 - Section 9.10b) increased the surcharge rate from 25% to 50%, beginning Fall 2010. This legislation requires a tuition surcharge on: 1) all credit hours in excess of one hundred and forty (140) when taken as part of students first baccalaureate degree; and 2) all credit hours in excess of one hundred and ten percent (110%) of the number required for a second or subsequent baccalaureate degree. Included in the calculation of credit hours will be 1) all course work attempted at Appalachian (i.e., courses earned, courses failed, courses repeated, and courses dropped after the UNC system "census" date published in the academic calendar), and 2) all course work transferred to Appalachian from other collegiate institutions. Excluded from the calculation will be credit by examination, advanced placement credit, military credit, and credit earned through an extension program or during the summer. (Note: Every baccalaureate degree at Appalachian requires minimum of one hundred and twenty-two credit hours; Appalachian does not offer a baccalaureate degree that requires more than one hundred and twenty-eight credit hours.)

Notice to All Students Enrolled in Internship or Practicum Courses

Appalachian State University participates in a student insurance program with other constituent institutions of the University of North Carolina. Most, if not all, internship hosts require professional liability insurance prior to a student's participation in an internship or practicum. Appalachian requires coverage for all students enrolled in internship or practicum courses, except student teaching. The premium for this coverage is charged to each student's account along with other registration fees. A certificate of insurance will be furnished to each student or internship host upon request. Additional information can be found at: www.registrar.appstate.edu/internship.html

Residence Status for Tuition Purposes

The State of North Carolina, by statute, requires a one year period of domicile (permanent residence) immediately prior to the academic term for which in-state status is claimed. Please understand that domicile requires more than mere physical presence in the State; the student must be able to demonstrate conclusively that physical presence was accompanied by the intent to be permanent. Applications for in-state status are available at the Office of the Registrar, first floor of John E. Thomas Hall or at http://www.registrar.appstate.edu/residency.

NOTE: If you are currently classified as a North Carolina resident for tuition purposes, but no longer permanently reside in the State, you are required by law to so inform the University. Notification should be directed to the Registrar's Office. Please indicate the date on which you ceased to reside in North Carolina.