Undergraduate Part-Time Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees: Part-time Students

All fees, tuition and charges are subject to change at any time at the discretion of the University’s Board of Trustees. These fees are 2018-2019 fees. New tuition and fee charges for 2019-2020 will be announced in the spring of 2019. Please check with the Office of Enrollment Services for current charges.

Application fee

$50.00

All students applying to the University for the first time and all students reapplying after a lapse of one or more semesters will be charged the application fee, which will not be refunded or credited to tuition.  

Tuition for undergraduate courses per credit (on campus)

$997.00

Technology fee (per term)

$211.00

University Wellness Fee (per credit per semester)

$4.00

Returned check charge (NSF, no sufficient funds) $25.00
Transcript fee (per copy) $5.00
Graduation fee (Undergraduate Degrees)
Graduation fee (Accelerated Degrees)
$240.00
$240.00

Experiential learning credits

 
Fee per posting (6-credit limit):  
CLEP
Peace Corps
VISTA
$260.00
$260.00
$260.00

Fee per posting:

 
Special Challenge Examinations, and other University-evaluated credit for prior experience $260.00
Auditing fee - Regular (per course) $997.00
Add $10.00 registration fee per semester and any required course fees.
 
Senior citizens, Metropolitan Campus (per course) $265.00
Florham Institute of Lifelong Learning, (FILL) Florham Campus (per course) $265.00
Per semester for one or more courses offered by Division of Life Experience. Fee waived if senior citizen fee of $265.00 is paid for any regular University course.
 
Alumni Auditor (per course) $574.00
Add $10.00 registration fee per semester and any required course fees.
 

Other Expenses

Estimated cost for each academic year for books, supplies and equipment varies from $500.00 to $625.00, depending upon the curriculum.

Medical technology students pay a fee of $1,053.00 for the 32 college credits earned in the 12-month hospital practice period. The fee, which covers supervision of the program, is payable in the fall semester of the senior year.