Fee Register
Official and Approved
List of University Fees
Effective Beginning Fall Semester 2013
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KENT STATE UNIVERSITY
Fee Register
Effective Beginning Fall Semester 2013
The Fee Register is the official list of all university fees as
approved by the Board of Trustees and collected by the
Bursar’s Office. It does not include the charges for
services or products for those auxiliary enterprises which
determine charges on the basis of fluctuating costs and
which are not of a general student nature: i.e., the
University Airport, Golf Course, Ice Arena, Bookstore,
Student Center, and Athletic events.
Rates are subject to change at any time by the Board of
Trustees.
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KENT STATE UNIVERSITY
Fee Register
CONTENTS
Registration Fees
Program Fees and Distance Learning Fees
Special Programs, Partnership Agreements, & Consortium Arrangements
Course Fees
Miscellaneous Fees
Residence Hall Fees
Regional Campus Fees
College of Podiatric Medicine Registration Fees
University Fee Retention Policy
Payment Plans
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KENT CAMPUS
REGISTRATION FEES
Fee
No.
Fee Title
ACADEMIC YEAR SEMESTER
1.
Instructional Fee
1-10 credit hours
11 -16 credit hours
2.
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Undergraduate
Graduate
Credit-hr.
Semester
374.80
4114.00
402.80
4428.00
72.20
794.00
72.20
794.00
General Fee
1-10 credit hours
11 -16 credit hours
Credit –hr.
Semester
Tuition Surcharge—Non-Ohio Residents
1-10 credit hours
11 -16 credit hours
Credit-hr.
Semester
362.00
3980.00
342.00
3758.00
Per Credit Hour Rate Above 16
Credit Hours
Credit-hr
447.00
475.00
SUMMER TERMS
1.
Instructional Fee
Credit-hr.
374.80
402.80
2.
General Fee
Credit-hr.
72.20
72.20
3.
Tuition Surcharge- Non-Ohio Residents
Credit-hr.
362.00
342.00
3.
4.
1
PROGRAM FEES AND DISTANCE LEARNING FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Description
Fee__
Program fees for Undergraduate Baccalaureate Degree Students
(fee is per semester and is non-refundable)
College of Architecture and Environmental Design
College of the Arts
College of Business Administration
College of Communication and Information
College of Education, Health and Human Services
College of Nursing (excludes students enrolled in the BSN for RN’s on-line program)
College of Public Health
Honors College
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
75.00
100.00
85.00
60.00
50.00
75.00
75.00
75.00
Program fees for Undergraduate Associate Degree Students
(fee is per fall and spring semester and is non-refundable)
Respiratory Therapy Technology at Ashtabula Campus
Semester
118.00
Program fees for Graduate Students
(fee is per semester and is non-refundable)
College of Business Administration – Master of Business Administration
(PT and FT Students)
Full –time Fee (9 or more credit hours)
Part-time Fee (less than 9 credit hours and summer term)
Semester
Semester
600.00
270.00
Semester
250.00
One time
250.00
College of Public Health
Program Deposit Non-Refundable Fee
Applied to First Tuition Bill. Full-time
MBA Program Only
Description
______
Distance Learning Courses- Non-Ohio Resident Surcharge for Students enrolled in a fully on-line program
Undergraduate – All Campuses
Graduate – All Campuses
Distance Learning Fee for all Students enrolled in a Distance Learning Course
Semester
10.00/hr.
10.00/hr.
10.00/hr
2
SPECIAL PROGRAMS, PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENTS, AND CONSORTIA ARRANGEMENTS
Fee
No.
Course
No.
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Course Title
College of Arts & Sciences
Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) degree in Creative Writing (CRWG) Program
(consortium agreement with the University of Akron, Cleveland State University,
and Youngstown State University).
Semester
Fee______
531.00/hr.
School of Fashion – Agreement with Paris American Academy Program
Semester
College of Business Administration
Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) 2012-2014
Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) 2013- 2015
Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) 2012-2014 offsite
Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) offsite Fall 2012 or later
Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) for Healthcare Professionals
2013-2015 (per department 2014-2016)
High Impact Leadership Series
Two-yr. Program
Two-yr. Program
Two-yr. Program
Two-yr. Program
Two-yr. Program
1,300.00
39,000.00
43,900.00
24,500.00
24,900.00
44,900.00
Semester
800.00/hr.
Semester
220.00/hr.
Option for Credit Rate
Graduate credit awarded for workshops sponsored by organizations whose
primary audience is teachers or other school district personnel.
Semester
150.00/hr.
Partnership Rate
Rate for graduate workshops offered to teachers through arrangements
between the University’s Kent Campus and participating Regional Campuses,
East Regional Professional Development Center and school districts.
Semester
College and Graduate School of Education, Health and Human Services
International Baccalaureate Workshops
The College and Graduate School of Education, Health and Human Services
has an agreement with International Baccalaureate North America (IBNA) to
provide graduate credit to certain IBNA training workshops.
351.00/hr.
374.00/hr.
398.00/hr.
421.00/hr.
School of Speech, Pathology and Audiology
Au.D. in Audiology with the University of Akron
Tuition
Out of State Surcharge
Semester
Semester
College of Nursing
Joint PHD in Nursing with University of Akron
Tuition
Out of state surcharge
Dissertation I - first & second semester
Dissertation I
Dissertation II - per semester
Semester
Semester
15 credit hours
per credit hour
15 credit hours
BSN for RN’s Online Program
Tuition
Semester
3
475.00/hr.
342.00/hr.
471.00/hr.
318.00/hr.
2,820.00
188.00
15.00
447.00/hr.
SPECIAL PROGRAMS, PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENTS, AND CONSORTIA ARRANGEMENTS (continued)
Fee
No.
Course
No.
Course Title
College of the Arts
Online Masters Degree in Music Education
College of Communication and Information
Online Masters Degree in Journalism and Media Communication with a
Concentration in Public Relations.
4
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee_ __
Semester
617.00/hr.
Semester
617.00/hr.
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
NOTE: The special course fees listed below and on the following pages are computed on a per-hour basis. For clarity the total cost per
semester for each special fee is listed unless the course hours are variable.
Unit
Fee
Course
Covered
No.
No.
Course Title
by Fee
Fee
1.
ADOLESCENT/ADULT EDUCATION (ADED)
32277
Teaching Science in Secondary Schools
Semester
15.00
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
ANTHROPOLOGYY (ANTH)
18631
Issues in Human Evolution
Semester
15.00
ARCHITECTURE & ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN (AED)
10001
Design Thinking I
10002
Design Thinking II
10101
Design Foundations Studio I
10102
Design Foundations Studio II
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
40.00
40.00
60.00
60.00
ARCHITECTURE (ARCH)
10101
First Year Design Studio I
10102
First Year Design Studio II
20101
Second Year Design Studio I
20102
Second Year Design Studio II
20301
Introduction to Building Structures
20601
Computer Applications in Architecture I
20602
Computer Applications in Architecture II
30101
Third Year Design Studio I
30102
Third Year Design Studio II
30112
Third Year Design Studio II - Florence, Italy
30301
Structural Systems I
30401
Methods and Materials I
30501
Environmental Technology I
40101
Fourth Year Design Studio I
40102
Fourth Year Design Studio II
40302
Structural Systems II
40402
Methods and Materials II
40502
Environmental Technology II
45601
Advanced Computer Applications
46995
Special Topic – 3D AutoCAD
50101
Fourth Year Design Studio I
50102
Fourth Year Design Studio II
50402
Methods and Materials II
55601
Advanced Computer Applications
60101
Graduate Design Studio I
60102
Graduate Design Studio II
60103
Graduate Design Studio III
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
40.00
40.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
100.00
100.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
30.00
100.00
100.00
60.00
60.00
120.00
120.00
135.00
ART (ARCS)
10121
Representation of Design I
10122
Representation of Design II
20121
Studio of Architecture Studies I
20122
Studio of Architecture Studies II
30022
Urban Design Discourse
30421
The Environmental Imperative
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
60.00
60.00
80.00
80.00
60.00
60.00
ART (ART)
10022
2D Composition
10023
3D Composition
20024
Digital Media
40008
Professional Practice in Visual Arts
40092
Field Experience: Travel – Study in Art
50092
Field Experience: Travel – Study in Art
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
45.00
45.00
45.00
90.00
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
ART CRAFTS (ARTC)
25300
Textile Arts: Patterns
25400
Ceramics I
25500
Enameling I
25600
Introduction to Glass Working
25700
Introduction to Jewelry/Metals I
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
5
45.00
150.00
150.00
255.00
150.00
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee
No.
Course
No.
7.
ART CRAFTS (ARTC) (continued)
25701
Introduction to Jewelry/Metals For Non-Art Majors
35095
Crafts: Selected Topics
35300
Textile Arts: Dimensional
35301
Textile Arts: Print Pattern
35302
Textile Arts: Feltmaking
35303
Textile Arts: Tapestry
35305
Textile Accessories: Design and Production
35306
Textile Art: Surface Color and Design
35350
Textile Arts: Design & Production
35400
Ceramics II
35600
Glass Blowing
35601
Sculptural and Kiln -Formed Glass
35700
Jewelry: Concepts & Techniques
35701
Metalsmithing: Concepts & Techniques
35702
Enameling: Concepts & Techniques
35703
Textile Techniques in Metal
45092
Crafts: Travel Study
45095
Crafts: Selected Topics
45096
Individual Study - Crafts
45099
Senior Project – Crafts
45300
Textile Arts: Jacquard Weaving
45301
Textile Arts: Advanced Studio
45304
Textile Arts: Pictorial Weaving
45400
Advanced Ceramics
45500
Advanced Enameling
45600
Advanced Glass Working
45700
Design and Production
45701
Tableware
45702
Enameling
45703
Large-Scale Enameling
45704
Studio Jewelry Metals Enameling
55092
Crafts: Travel Study
55095
Crafts: Selected Topics
55300
Textile Art: Jacquard Weaving
55304
Textile Arts: Pictorial Weaving
65095
Crafts: Selected Topics
65996
Individual Study - Crafts
Semester
150.00
Semester
135.00
Semester
60.00
Semester
75.00
Semester
75.00
Semester
60.00
Semester
75.00
Semester
90.00
Semester
75.00
Semester
150.00
Semester
285 00
Semester
325.00
Semester
150.00
Semester
150.00
Semester
150.00
Semester
150.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
45.00/hr.
Semester
50.00/hr.
Semester
200.00
Semester
120.00
Semester
75.00
Semester
75.00
Semester
50.00/hr.
Semester
50.00/hr.
Semester
325.00
Semester
120.00
Semester
120.00
Semester
120.00
Semester
120.00
Semester
120.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
45.00/hr.
Semester
120.00
Semester
75.00
Semester
150.00
Semester
50.00/hr.
ART EDUCATION (ARTE)
31001
Art Education: Foundations & Concepts
41002
Art Education: Methods & Materials
41003
Art Education: Field Experience
41092
Art Education: Travel Study
51092
Art Education: Travel Study
Semester
15.00
Semester
20.00
Semester
15.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester Actual Cost Basis
ART FINE ARTS (ARTF)
14000
Drawing I
14001
Drawing II
14055
Sculpture I
14060
Painting I
24001
Drawing III
24010
Introduction to Fine Arts Photography
24040
Printmaking I
24055
Sculpture II
24060
Painting II
34001
Drawing IV
34002
Introduction to Figure Drawing
34040
Printmaking: Intermediate Intaglio
34041
Serigraphy I
34042
Lithography I
34050
Sculpture: Life Modeling
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
8.
9.
Course Title
6
Fee
25.00
25.00
66.00
30.00
28.00
72.00
72.00
66.00
42.00
28.00
66.00
54.00
72.00
66.00
66.00
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Fee
No.
9.
10.
11.
Course
No.
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Course Title
Fee
ART FINE ARTS (ARTF) (continued)
34055
34060
44003
44010
44040
44041
44042
44043
44055
44060
44092
44095
44095
44095
44095
44095
44099
54091
54092
64040
Sculpture III
Painting III
Drawing V
Advanced Fine Arts Photography
Printmaking: Advanced Intaglio
Serigraphy II
Lithography II
Advanced Print Making
Sculpture IV
Painting IV
Special Topic: NYC & Other Travel Study
Selected Topics: Fine Arts
Special Topic - Contemporary Art Quilt
Special Topic - Design Education
Special Topic - Design on Fabric
Special Topic - Narrative Cloth
Senior Project: Fine Arts
Studio Seminar: Selected Topics
Special Topic: NYC & Other Travel Study
Printmaking: Individual Study/Travel Study
64050
Sculpture: Individual Study/Travel Study
64060
Painting: Individual Study/Travel Study
64096
Individual Investigation: Fine Arts
Semester
66.00
Semester
30.00
Semester
28.00
Semester
60.00
Semester
45.00
Semester
66.00
Semester
30.00
Semester
66.00
Semester
66.00
Semester
30.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
22.00/hr.
Semester
10.00
Semester
15.00
Semester
20.00
Semester
10.00
Semester
22.00/hr.
Semester
12.00/hr.
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
15.00/hr. +
Actual Cost Basis
Semester
22.00/hr. +
Actual Cost Basis
Semester
10.00/hr. +
Actual Cost Basis
Semester
25.00/hr.
ART HISTORY (ARTH)
32066
Late Modern Art
42025
Art of West Africa
42026
Art of Nigeria
42027
Art of Central Africa
42041
Italian Renaissance Art
42046
Baroque Art of the 17th Century
42051
European Art 1750 - 1900
42061
Early 20th Century Art
42092
Art Museum Internship
42192
Travel Study Art History
52025
Art of West Africa
52026
Art of Nigeria
52027
Art of Central Africa
52041
Italian Renaissance Art
52046
Baroque Art in Europe
52051
European Art 1750 - 1900
52061
Early 20th Century Art
52066
Late Modern Art Since 1940
52092
Art Museum Internship
52192
Travel Study Art History
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
ATHLETIC TRAINING (ATTR)
15011
Introduction to Clinical Athletic Training
15092
Practicum in Athletic Training I
25036
Principle of Athletic Training
25057
Anatomy and Physiology I
25058
Anatomy and Physiology II
25092
Practicum in Athletic Training II
35092
Practicum in Athletic Training III
45192
Practicum in Athletic Training IV
45292
Internship in Athletic Training I
45392
Internship in Athletic Training II
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
7
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
65.00
40.00
20.00
40.00
40.00
30.00
35.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Fee
No.
12.
13.
Course
No.
Covered
by Fee
Fee______
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (BSCI)
10003
Laboratory Experience in Biology
10110
Biological Diversity
10120
Biological Foundations
20020
Biological Structure & Function
20022
Basic Microbiology Laboratory
30140
Cell Biology
30275
Local Flora
30171
General Microbiology
30360
General Ecology
30518
Vertebrate Anatomy
30519
Vertebrate Embryology and Developmental Anatomy
30560
Invertebrate Zoology
30580
Entomology
30582
Ornithology
40159
Molecular Biology Laboratory
40195
Special Topic - Museums I
40195
Special Topic - Natural Resource Survey
40195
Special Topic - Water Management
40195
Special Topic – Aquatic Ecology
40195
Special Topic – Advanced Physiology
40195
Special Topic – Human Anatomy
40269
Biology of the Algae
40277
Morphology of Lower Plants
40360
Ichthyology
40364
Limnology
40368
Wetlands Ecology & Management
40430
General Physiology
40444
Mammalian Physiology Laboratory I
40445
Mammalian Physiology Laboratory II
40556
Vertebrate Zoology
40581
Animal Parasitology
50159
Molecular Biology Laboratory
50269
Biology of the Algae
50364
Limnology
50368
Wetlands Ecology & Management
50444
Mammalian Physiology Laboratory I
50445
Mammalian Physiology Laboratory II
70159
Molecular Biology Laboratory
70269
Biology of the Algae
70364
Limnology
70368
Wetlands Ecology & Management
70444
Mammalian Physiology Laboratory I
70445
Mammalian Physiology Laboratory II
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
25.00
25.00
25.00
20.00
12.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
20.00
50.00
25.00
40.00
25.00
40.00
50.00
75.00
75.00
90.00
60.00
25.00
50.00
28.00
5.00
40.00
40.00
50.00
8.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
50.00
28.00
40.00
50.00
40.00
40.00
50.00
28.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
COUNSELING & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES (CHDS)
40093
Experiential Group
50093
Experiential Group
67636
Practicum I: Community Counseling
67637
Practicum II: Community Counseling
67836
Small Group Practicum
68036
School Counseling Practicum
68128
Individual Appraisal in Counseling
68535
Assessment & Research in Marriage & Family Therapy
68536
Practicum in Couples & Family Therapy
77636
Practicum I: Community Counseling
77637
Practicum II: Community Counseling
77836
Small Group Practicum
78036
School Counseling Practicum
78128
Individual Appraisal in Counseling
78535
Assessment & Research in Marriage & Family Therapy
78536
Practicum in Couples & Family Therapy
87571
Advanced Individual Counseling Practicum
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
30.00
30.00
30.00
10.00/hr.
30.00
30.00
15.00
15.00
30.00
30.00
10.00/hr.
30.00
30.00
15.00
15.00
30.00
30.00
Course Title
8
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee______
COUNSELING & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES (CHDS) (continued)
87871
Advanced Practicum in Small Group Work
88584
Marriage & Family Supervision/Consultation
Semester
Semester
30.00
30.00
CHEMISTRY (CHEM)
10031
Chemistry in Our World Laboratory
10053
Inorganic & Organic Laboratory
10062
General Chemistry I Laboratory
10063
General Chemistry II Laboratory
10960
Honors General Chemistry
10961
Honors General Chemistry
16001
Horticultural Chemistry
20112
Elementary Quantitative Lab
20285
Physiological Chemistry Lab
30107
Analytical Chemistry Laboratory
30108
Analytical Chemistry Laboratory II
30285
Biochemistry Laboratory
30475
Organic Chemistry Lab
30476
Organic Chemistry Lab
40053
Materials Chemistry Lab
40251
Advanced Biological Chemistry Lab
40364
Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry Lab
40477
Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry Lab
40557
Physical Chemistry Lab
40568
Elementary Physical Chemistry Laboratory
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
38.00
20.00
40.00
20.00
65.00
80.00
40.00
65.00
65.00
40.00
120.00
65.00
65.00
65.00
65.00
CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION (CI)
40093
WKSP: Balanced Literacy: The Max Approach
40093
WKSP: Nine Essential Skills to the Love & Logic Classroom
47501
Teaching Mathematics in Early and Middle Grades
47502
Science Teaching in Early and Middle Grades
50093
WKSP: Balanced Literacy: The Max Approach
50093
WKSP: Nine Essential Skills to the Love & Logic Classroom
57501
Teaching Mathematics in Early and Middle Grades
57502
Science Teaching in Early and Middle Grades
Semester
28.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
5.00/hr.
Semester
5.00/hr.
Semester
28.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
5.00/hr.
Semester
5.00/hr.
Fee
No.
Course
No.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Course Title
COMMUNICATIONS STUDIES (COMM)*
15000
Introduction to Human Communications
20000
Foundations of Communication
46091
Senior Seminar
*The above fees for Communications Studies apply only to the Kent Campus sections
COMPUTER SCIENCES (CS)
10001
Computer Literacy
10051
Introduction to Computer Science
10061
Introduction to Computer Programming
13001
Computer Science I: Programming & Problem Solving
13401
User Level Computer Security
23001
Computer Science II: Data Structures & Abstraction
33007
Introduction to Database System Design
33011
Speed Programming Techniques
33092
Speed Programming Practicum
33101
Struct-Program Language
33211
Operating Systems
33223
UNIX Tools
33901
Software Engineering
35201
Artificial Intelligence
38101
Introduction to Game Programming
42201
Introduction to Numerical Computing I
42202
Introduction to Numerical Computing II
43006
Theory of Object Oriented Programming
43111
Structure of Compilers
43202
Systems Administration
43203
Systems Programming
43401
Secure Programming
44201
Artificial Intelligence
9
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Semester
Semester
20.00
20.00
20.00
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Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
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Semester
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Semester
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
25.00
40.00
50.00
50.00
40.00
50.00
50.00
40.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
20.00
55.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee______
COMPUTER SCIENCES (CS) (continued)
45111
Principles of VLSI Design
45201
Computer Communication Networks
45231
Internet Engineering
47101
Computer Graphics
47105
Web Design and Programming I
47106
Web Design and Programming II
47107
Web Design & Programming Studio
47201
Human Computer Interaction
47205
Information Security
47221
Introduction to Cryptology
48101
Game Engine Concepts
48102
Game Development Practicum
49901
Capstone Project – Writing Intensive
49995
Special Topics Courses
52201
Introduction to Numerical Computing I
52202
Introduction to Numerical Computing II
53006
Theory of Object Oriented Programming
53111
Structure of Compilers
53203
Systems Programming
53901
Software Engineering
54201
Artificial Intelligence
55111
Principles of VLSI Design
55201
Computer Communication Networks
55231
Internet Engineering
57101
Computer Graphics
57105
Introduction to Web Design and Programming
57106
Web Design and Programming II
57107
Web Design & Programming Studio
57205
Information Security
59995
Special Topics Courses
63111
Advanced Compiler Design
63201
Advanced Operating System
63301
Parallel & Distributed Computing
64401
Image Processing
65201
Interconnection Networks
67101
Advanced Computer Graphics
73111
Advanced Compiler Design
73201
Advanced Operating System
73301
Parallel & Distributed Computing
74401
Image Processing
75201
Interconnection Networks
77101
Advanced Computer Graphics
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Semester
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Semester
Semester
Semester
55.00
55.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
6.67/hr.
55.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
20.00
50.00
20.00
50.00
55.00
55.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
6.67/hr.
50.00
50.00
20.00
10.00
20.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
20.00
10.00
20.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (ECED)
30134
Integrated Expressive Arts & Social Studies in Preschool
30147
Early Experiences in Mathematics & Science
40114
Teaching Science in the Early Years
40147
Teaching Mathematics: Early Years II
50114
Teaching Science in the Early Years
50147
Teaching Mathematics: Early Years II
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
15.00
15.00
15.00
10.00
15.00
10.00
Semester
Semester
10.00
10.00
ENTREPRENEURIAL (ENTR)
27065
Entrepreneurial Experience I
27075
Entrepreneurial Experience II
Semester
Semester
250.00
250.00
EXERCISE SCIENCE (EXSC)
35022
Exercise Leadership
45065
Exercise Testing
45080
Physiology of Exercise
55065
Exercise Testing
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
26.00
20.00
50.00
20.00
Fee
No.
Course
No.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
Course Title
ENGLISH (ENG)
11001
Intro to College Writing – Stretch
11011
College Writing I
The above fees for the Department of English apply only to Kent Campus sections
10
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee
No.
Course
No.
21.
EXERCISE SCIENCE (EXSC) (continued)
55080
Physiology of Exercise
Semester
FASHION DESIGN & MERCHANDISING (FD&M)
10010
Fashion Fundamentals
10020
Fashion Visuals
10030
Fashion Fabrics I
10050
Introduction to Fashion Technology
10140
Foundations of Fashion Drawing
15043
Workroom Techniques I
15044
Workroom Techniques II
15055
Basics of Apparel Construction
20020
Fashion Merchandising Presentations
20030
Fashion Apparel Analysis
20040
Fashion Fabrics II
20121
Fashion Drawing I
20122
Fashion Drawing II
20131
Technical Fashion Drawing I
20132
Technical Fashion Drawing II
20141
Flat Pattern/Draping I
20142
Flat Pattern/Draping II
20153
Flat Pattern
20154
Draping
30050
Fashion Technology: Computer Integrated Textile Design
30083
Professional Seminar
30121
Fashion Design I
30122
Fashion Design II
30123
CAD for Fashion Applications
30124
Apparel Manufacturing Processes
30131
Technical Fashion Design I
30141
Fashion Studio I
30142
Fashion Studio II
30151
Advanced Patternmaking for Technical Design
30152
Apparel Prototype Production and Analysis
30153
Machine Knitting
35270
Computer Applications in Retailing
40121
Fashion Portfolio I
40122
Fashion Portfolio II
40141
Fashion Studio III
40142
Fashion Studio IV
40151
Technical Design Studio I
40152
Technical Design Studio II
45095
Special Topic - Various Travel Courses
45145
Tailoring
45392
Field Experience: Fashion Study Tour
45492
Field Experience: Study Tour for NYC Studio Students
Semester
15.00
Semester
39.96
Semester
35.00
Semester
20.00
Semester
28.50
Semester
50.00
Semester
50.00
Semester
90.00
Semester
15.00
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12.00
Semester
35.00
Semester
19.00
Semester
19.00
Semester
19.00
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30.00
Semester
75.00
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75.00
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90.00
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90.00
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50.00
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5.00
Semester
20.00
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10.00
Semester
50.00
Semester
40.00
Semester
10.00
Semester
36.00
Semester
36.00
Semester
60.00
Semester
60.00
Semester
45.00
Semester
15.00
Semester
10.00
Semester
10.00
Semester
280.00
Semester
55.00
Semester
280.00
Semester
55.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
15.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
44.00
FRENCH (FR)
41092
Field Experience in Classics
43093
Special Topic - Live Pecheur D/Islan
51092
Field Experience in Classics
60012
Software Localization
70002
The Language Industry
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
100.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
45.00
Semester
45.00
22.
23.
24.
Course Title
GEOGRAPHY (GEOG)
21063
Physical Geography Lab
31080
Geography of Wine
40195
Special Topic - Geography Experience Abroad
40195
40195
40195
40195
40195
40195
40292
Fee______
50.00
Semester
30.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
150.00 +
Actual Cost Basis
Semester
249.00
Semester
249.00
Semester
249.00
Semester
85.00
Semester
399.00
Semester
299.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Special Topic - Great Lake Erie
Special Topic - Museums: Environmental/Hist
Special Topic - Natural Resource Survey
Special Topic - Ohio Cult Discovery
Special Topic - Wine & Food Pairing
Special Topic - Wines Of NE Ohio
Field Experience in Geography
11
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Fee
No.
Course
No.
24.
GEOGRAPHY (GEOG) (continued)
40392
Practicum in Emerging Geographic Trends
41052
Glaciers and Glaciations
49070
Geography Information Science
49080
Advanced Geographic Information Science
49230
Remote Sensing
50195
Special Topic - Geography Experience Abroad
50195
50195
50195
50195
50195
50195
50292
50392
51052
59070
59080
59230
70292
70392
71052
79070
79080
79230
25.
26.
27.
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Course Title
Fee______
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
100.00
Semester
50.00
Semester
50.00
Semester
50.00
Semester
150.00 +
Actual Cost Basis
Semester
249.00
Semester
249.00
Semester
249.00
Semester
85.00
Semester
399.00
Semester
299.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
100.00
Semester
50.00
Semester
50.00
Semester
50.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
100.00
Semester
50.00
Semester
50.00
Semester
50.00
Special Topic - Great Lake Erie
Special Topic - Museums: Environmental/Hist
Special Topic - Natural Resource Survey
Special Topic - Ohio Cult Discovery
Special Topic - Wine & Food Pairing
Special Topic - Wines Of NE Ohio
Field Experience in Geography
Practicum in Emerging Geographic Trends
Glaciers and Glaciations
Geography Information Science
Advanced Geographic Information Science
Remote Sensing
Field Experience in Geography
Practicum in Emerging Geographic Trends
Glaciers and Glaciations
Geography Information
Advanced Geographic Information Science
Remote Sensing
GEOLOGY (GEOL)
31070
Earth Materials II
31080
Structural Geology
34061
Invertebrate Paleontology
40095
Special Topics Courses
41080
Tectonics and Orogeny
42030
Remote Sensing
42067
Introductory Hydrogeology
42078
Engineering Geology
41092
Summer Field Camp
43042
Environmental Geochemistry
44052
Glaciers and Glaciations
44070
Sedimentology and Stratigraphy
50095
Special Topics Courses
51080
Tectonics and Orogeny
52030
Remote Sensing
52067
Introductory Hydrogeology
52078
Engineering Geology
53042
Environmental Geochemistry
54052
Glaciers and Glaciations
54070
Sedimentology and Stratigraphy
51092
Summer Field Camp
60095
Special Topics Courses
72030
Remote Sensing
73042
Environmental Geochemistry
74052
Glaciers and Glaciations
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Semester
HEALTH & SAFETY EDUCATION (HED)
36048
Emergency Medical Training
Semester
HOSPITALITLY MANAGEMENT (HM)
13023
Techniques of Food Production I
23012
Food Study
33029
Catering & Banquet Preparation & Service
33031
Food, Wine and Beverage Pairing
37777
Casino Management and Gaming Operations
41095
Special Topic - Bar & Beverage Management
43032
Food Production and Service Management
43040
Strategic Lodging Management
Semester
100.00
Semester
55.00
Semester
25.00
Semester
225.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
100.00
Semester
75.00
12
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
50.00
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
100.00
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
50.00
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
100.00
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
50.00
Actual Cost Basis
100.00
20.00
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee
No.
Course
No.
27.
HOSPITALITLY MANAGEMENT (HM) (continued)
53040
Strategic Lodging Management
Semester
HORTICULTURE TECHNOLOGY (HORT)
36014
Plant Propagation and Green House Production
46014
Garden Center and Nursery Production Management
Semester
Semester
24.00
38.00
HIGH TECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY (HTMT)
13602
Introduction to Lasers
13603
Lasers & Electro-Optic Components & Devices
23600
Semiconductor Manufacturing I
23601
Semiconductor Manufacturing II
23606
Power Radio Frequency
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
45.00
45.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
INTERIOR DESIGN (ID)
14011
Introduction to Interior Design
14012
Design and Human Behavior
14501
Studio Problems in Interior Design I
14512
Interior Design Graphics I
24001
Interior Design Studio I- Space Planning and Human Factors
24002
Interior Design Studio II Detailing and Fabrication
24011
Methods and Materials I Building Systems
24013
History of Interiors I: Ancient to 15th Century
24022
3D Modeling and Rendering
24502
Studio Problems in Interior Design II
24511
Housing in Today’s Society
24522
Interior Design Graphics II
34001
Interior Design Studio III - Large Scale Panning and Documentation
34002
Interior Design Studio IV- Global and Historical Context
34011
Lighting for Interior Spaces
34012
Methods and Materials II – Interior Materials
34013
Interior Design Business and Professional Practice
34503
Studio Problems in Interior Design III
34504
Studio Problems in Interior Design IV
34512
Home Furnishings
34522
Methods & Materials in Interior Design
41093
Variable Title Workshop in Interior Design
41095
Special Topics in Interior Design
44001
Interior Design Studio V- Specialized Focus and Populations
44002
Interior Design Studio VI – Community Engagement
44014
History of Interiors II: 16th through 19th Century
44015
History of Interiors III: 20th Century to Present
44505
Studio Problems in Interior Design V
44506
Studio Problems in Interior Design VI
44507
Studio Problems in Interior Design VII
44512
Historic Furnishing Textiles
44525
Lighting Application in Interior Spaces
44526
Lighting Design in Historic Spaces
44527
Interior Design Study Tours
44534
History of Interiors, to 1600
44535
History of Interiors, 1600 - Present
44592
Practicum in Interior Design
44612
Interior Specifications and Cost Analysis
51093
Variable Title Workshop in Interior Design
51095
Special Topics in Interior Design
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Semester
Semester
Semester
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Semester
Semester
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JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATIONS (JMC)
20004
Media Writing
22001
Photography
26001
Newswriting
26007
Print Beat Reporting
26008
Broadcast Beat Reporting
32001
Photojournalism I
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
28.
29.
30.
31.
Course Title
13
Fee______
75.00
20.00
60.00
80.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
40.00
80.00
30.00
60.00
80.00
80.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
80.00
80.00
7.00
60.00
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
100.00
100.00
60.00
60.00
40.00
80.00
80.00
40.00
60.00
51.00
Actual Cost Basis
80.00
80.00
20.00/hr.
60.00
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
80.00
30.00
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee______
JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATIONS (JMC) (continued)
32002
Photojournalism II
32003
Photo Technology
32004
Advanced Photography
32008
Photo-Design Techniques
33024
Performance for Electronic Media
33032
Audio Studio Production
33033
Audio Field Production
33042
Video Studio Production
33043
Video Field Production
36005
Copy Editing
40002
Reporting for Mass Media
40003
Editing for Mass Media
40004
Computer-Assisted Reporting
40012
Online Journalism
40095
Special Topic - Historical TV Doc
40095
Special Topic - Lighting for Video
40095
Special Topic - Non-Linear Edit
40295
Special Topics - Computer Lab
41005
Advertising Campaigns
42005
Color Photography
42007
Photo Illustration Techniques
42008
Advanced Photojournalism
42009
Fashion Photography
42092
Practicum in Photography
46000
Newspaper Design
46001
Information Graphics
46003
Producing Television News
46009
Reporting Public Affairs
46016
Magazine Publishing
46018
Feature Writing
46020
Magazine Design
46021
Magazine Writing & Editing
46052
Advanced Broadcast News Practices
46054
Broadcast Documentary
47003
Teaching High School Journalism
47005
Advising Journalism Publications
48001
Media Relations & Publicity
48002
Public Relations Tactics
48006
Public Relations Publications
49021
Corporate Video
50002
Reporting for Mass Media
50003
Editing for Mass Media
50004
Computer-Assisted Reporting
50012
Online Journalism
53042
Video Studio Production
55051
Reporting Broadcast News
56000
Newspaper Design
56009
Reporting Public Affairs
56016
Magazine Publishing
56018
Feature Writing
56020
Magazine Design
56021
Magazine Writing & Editing
56052
Advanced Broadcast News
56054
Broadcast Documentary
57003
Teaching High School Journalism
58002
Public Relations Tactics
59021
Corporate Video
60295
Special Topics - Computer Lab
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30.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
25.00
55.00
20.00
10.00/hr.
30.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
7.50/hr.
45.00
45.00
60.00
30.00
20.00
20.00
45.00
20.00
60.00
60.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
60.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
60.00
80.00
45.00
30.00
20.00
20.00
45.00
20.00
45.00
60.00
20.00
20.00
60.00
10.00/hr.
KENT BLOSSOM ART (KBA)
44080
Studio Experience in Fine Arts
45080
Studio Experience in Crafts
54080
Studio Experience in Fine Arts
55080
Studio Experience in Crafts
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
22.00/hr.
25.00/hr.
22.00/hr.
25.00/hr.
Fee
No.
Course
No.
31.
32.
Course Title
14
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee______
LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE (LIS)
40693
WKSP: Digital Imaging 1
40693
WKSP: Metadata
40693
WKSP: Repair Decisions
50693
WKSP: Digital Imaging 1
50693
WKSP: Metadata
50693
WKSP: Repair Decisions
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
25.00
25.00
55.00
25.00
25.00
55.00
MANAGEMENT & INFORMATION SYSTEMS (M&IS)
34175
Special Topic - Learning to Lead
Semester
434.00
MATHEMATICS (MATH)
00006
Basic Algebra I and II
00007
Basic Algebra III and IV
00020
Pre Algebra
00021
Basic Algebra
I
00022
Basic Algebra
II
00023
Basic Algebra
III
00024
Basic Algebra
IV
42031
Math Models and Dynamical Systems
42091
Seminar: Modeling Projects
42201
Introduction to Numerical Computing I
42202
Introduction to Numerical Computing II
52031
Math Models and Dynamical Systems
52091
Seminar: Modeling Projects
52201
Introduction to Numerical Computing I
52202
Introduction to Numerical Computing II
62203
Computational Finance
72203
Computational Finance
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Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
72.00
72.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
MIDDLE CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (MCED)
30001
Teaching Mathematics in Middle Childhood I
30002
Integrated Social Studies & Science in Middle Childhood
40001
Teaching Mathematics in Middle Childhood II
40002
Teaching Science in Middle Childhood II
50002
Teaching Science in Middle Childhood II
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
10.00
15.00
10.00
15.00
15.00
MUSIC (MUS)
Class Instruction:
17011
Piano Class for Non-Music Students
17012
Piano Class for Non-Music Students
17111
Piano Class
17112
Piano Class
21113
Music Production I
21221
Audio Recording I
21222
Audio Recording II
27111
Piano Class
27112
Piano Class
31113
Music Production III
31114
Music Production IV
31221
Audio Recording III
31222
Audio Recording IV
36913
Applied Studio Musicianship
37111
Functional Piano
41113
Music Production V
41114
Music Production VI
41181
Acoustics and Technology in Music
41221
Audio Recording V
41222
Audio Recording VI
47012
Folk Guitar Class I
47013
Folk Guitar Class II
47014
Folk Guitar for Music Educators
47311
Voice Class
47411
String Class
47511
Woodwind Class
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Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
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Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
45.00
45.00
35.00
35.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
45.00
45.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
50.00
45.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
45.00
45.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
Fee
No.
Course
No.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
Course Title
15
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee______
MUSIC (MUS) (continued)
47611
Brass Class
47711
Percussion Class
47811
Instrument Class for the Choral/General Music Educator
Semester
Semester
Semester
35.00
35.00
20.00
Applied Music:
36011
Applied Music –Jazz
36111
Piano
36311
Voice
36411
Violin
36412
Viola
36413
Cello
36414
Double Bass
36511
Flute
36512
Oboe
36513
Clarinet
36514
Bassoon
36515
Saxophone
36611
Trumpet
36612
Horn
36613
Trombone
36614
Euphonium
36615
Tuba
36711
Percussion
36912
Guitar
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
50.00/hr.
(These courses are also offered at the 40000, 60000, & 70000 levels)
66112
Piano Accompanying
Semester
22.50/hr.
Fee
No.
Course
No.
37.
38.
Course Title
NURSING (NURS)
10050
Introduction to Professional Nursing
20010
Interpersonal & Communication Skills for Health Care Professionals
20020
Foundations of Assessment & Communication in Nursing
20030
Foundations of Nursing Interventions
30010
Parent & Newborn Nursing
30020
Health Care of Children
30030
Nursing of Adults
30040
Nursing of Adults with Rehabilitation Needs &/or Gerontologic Changes
30050
Basic Nursing Informatics
30060
Basic Pharmacology for Nursing Practice
40005
Professional Nursing Development
40010
Nursing of the Critically Ill
40020
Community Health Nursing
40030
Psychiatric Nursing & Mental Health Nursing Care
40045
Integration of Leadership & Management in Nursing
40872
Introduction to Nursing Research
60008
Advanced Health Assessment Across the Lifespan Laboratory
60011
Advanced Assessment Across the Lifespan Laboratory for
Advanced Practice Registered Nurse
60013
Advanced Health and Physical Assessment Across the Lifespan Laboratory
for Family Advanced Practice Registered Nurse
60043
Adult Primary Health Care II
60080
Health Care of Well Woman
60220
Primary Care II: Chronically Ill Adults Across the Lifespan
61492
Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner Practicum
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
20.00
20.00
90.50
77.00
67.00
67.00
77.00
67.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
89.00
89.00
89.00
110.50
20.00
25.00
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
Actual Cost Basis
*The following courses offered at the Salem Campus include an International Experience.
Students enrolled in the Salem Campus section will be assessed fees based on the actual
travel and program cost.
*31095
*40020
39.
ST: Transcultural Nursing and Health Care
Community Health Nursing
Semester Actual Cost Basis
Semester Actual Cost Basis
NURSING TECHNOLOGY (NRST)
10001
Foundations of Nursing Agency
10003
Nursing Agency I
Semester
Semester
16
190.00
228.00
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee
No.
Course
No.
39.
NURSING TECHNOLOGY (NRST) (continued)
10006
Transitions in Nursing Agency
10008
Paramedic to Associate Degree in Nursing Transitions
20206
Nursing Agency II
20208
Nursing Agency III
20212
Practicum
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
150.00
250.00
190.00
152.00
76.00
NUTRITION & DIETETICS (NUTR)
43013
Experimental Methods in Nutrition
53013
Experimental Methods in Nutrition
Semester
Semester
20.00
20.00
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT TECHNOLOGY (OCAT)
10001
Therapeutic Media I
10003
Occupational Therapy Practice Skills Lab
20001
Professional Issues in Occupational Therapy
20003
Therapeutic Media III
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
25.00
35.00
75.00
25.00
PAN AFRICAN STUDIES (PAS)
20300
Black Images
31092
Practicum: African Theatre Arts
37020
The Model African Union
Semester
Semester
Semester
120.00
25.00/hr.
400.00
PHYSICAL EDUCATION BASIC (PEB)
10095
Special Topics: Beginning Ice Hockey
10095
Special Topics: Beginning Rock Climbing
10095
Special Topics: Beginning Spinning
10095
Special Topics: Flag Football
10095
Special Topics: Intermediate Ice Hockey
10095
Special Topics: Intermediate Ice Skating
10095
Special Topics: Intermediate Spinning
10095
Special Topics: Introduction to Kayaking
10095
Special Topics: Sand Volleyball
10095
Special Topics: Broomball
10101
Scuba Diving
10304
Bowling
10305
Billiards
10315
Intermediate Billiards
10504
Sand Volleyball
10604
Beginning Golf
10704
Intermediate Golf
11203
Horsemanship
11325
Advanced Ice Hockey
11666
Beginning Spinning
11904
Beginning Ice Skating
12004
Basic Figure Skating
12204
Beginning Broomball
13013
Canoeing
13024
Beginning Kayaking
13028
Introduction to Kayaking
13030
Beginning Rock Climbing
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
35.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
20.00
35.00
30.00
35.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
6.00
15.00
100.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
20.00
20.00
35.00
35.00
PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL (PEP)
25026
Overview of Outdoor Pursuits & Adventure Education
Semester
75.00
PHYSICS (PHY)
13021
Gen College Physics Lab I
13022
Gen College Physics Lab II
21041
Physics in Entertainment & the Arts Laboratory
23101
General University Physics I
23102
General University Physics II
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
PHYSICAL THERAPY (PTST)
10001
Principles of Patient Care in Physical Therapy
10002
Analysis of Movement
10003
Clinical Conditions I
Semester
Semester
Semester
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
Course Title
17
Fee______
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee______
PHYSICAL THERAPY (PTST) (continued)
10004
Physical Therapy Procedures I
11005
Physical Therapy Practice
11092
Practicum in Clinical Education I
20003
Clinical Conditions II
20004
Physical Therapy Procedures II
20006
Physical Rehabilitation Procedures
20008
Clinical Conditions III
22005
Physical Therapy Seminar
22007
Physical Therapy Capstone
22092
Practicum in Clinical Education II
23092
Practicum in Clinical Education III
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
PUBLIC HEALTH
30101
Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
30102
Air Quality & Pollution Control
30103
Food Protection
30105
Water and Wastewater
30106
Environmental Toxicology
40100
Vector Borne & Zoonotic Disease
40101
Introduction to Occupational Health & Safety
40109
Laboratory Hygiene and Biosafety
40112
Institutional & Recreational Environments
40200
Built Environments
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
30.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
RADIOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY (RADT)
14016
Patient Care Mgmt.
14005
Clinical Education I
14015
Clinical Education II
14025
Clinical Education III
14075
Clinical Education IV
24015
Clinical Education V
24025
Clinical Education VI
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
28.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
RECREATIONAL PARK & TOURISM MANAGEMENT (RPTM)
26030
Recreation Group Leadership
36081
Adventure Education
Semester
Semester
12.00
10.00
SECONDARY EDUCATION (SEED)
52277
Teaching Science in Secondary Schools
Semester
15.00
SOCIOLOGY (SOC)
32221
Data Analysis Laboratory
Semester
25.00
SPEECH PATHOLOGY & AUDIOLOGY (SP&A)
64492
Clinical Practice in Speech Pathology & Audiology
70743
Clerkship I
70744
Clerkship II
70747
Graduate Audiologist I
70748
Graduate Audiologist II
70749
Graduate Audiologist III
70692
Internship in Audiology I
70792
Internship in Audiology II
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
SPECIAL EDUCATION (SPED)
43020
Assessment in Special Education
43313
Literacy Assessment & Intervention for D/HH Students
53020
Assessment in Special Education
53313
Literacy Assessment & Intervention for D/HH Students
63202
Instructing Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings
63957
Assessment & Evaluation of Early Childhood Services
73957
Assessment & Evaluation of Early Childhood Services
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
60.00
25.00
60.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY (SPSY)
67951
Cognitive Assessment of Children in Schools
Semester
60.00
Fee
No.
Course
No.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
Course Title
18
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee______
SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY (SPSY) (continued)
67955
Instructional Assessment for School Psychologists
67972
Social Emotional Assessment for School Psychologists
77951
Cognitive Assessment of Children in Schools
77955
Instructional Assessment for School Psychologists
77972
Social Emotional Assessment for School Psychologists
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
60.00
15.00
60.00
60.00
15.00
TECHNOLOGY (TECH)
10001
Information Technology
11071
Woods Technology I
13580
Engineering Graphics I
20001
Energy Power
20002
Materials & Processes
20004
Electrical Circuits I
21021
Survey of Electricity & Electronics
21046
Graphic Communications Technology I
21071
Construction Materials, Methods & Techniques
22200
Construction Document Reading
23200
Electronic Circuit Fabrication Laboratory
23224
Electrical Circuits II
23581
Computer-Aided Engineering Graphics
26301
Networking Hardware I
31015
Construction Technology
31020
Automated Manufacturing
31023
Construction Surveying
31043
Principles of Concrete Construction
31065
Cast Metals
31071
Woods Technology II
31087
Design for Technology Education
32002
Materials & Processes II
33010
Computer Hardware
33033
Hydraulics/Pneumatics
33220
Electronic Devices
33222
Digital Design & Applications
33870
Facility Design & Material Handling
34002
Advanced CAD II
36302
Networking Hardware 2
41040
Construction Estimating
41041
Construction Estimating II
41052
Technology and Engineering for K to 8 STEM
42105
Construction Contracts
42107
Construction Scheduling
43026
Microprocessor Systems
43050
Inventive Problem Solving
43221
Digital Control Systems & Instrumentation
43550
Computer-Aided Manufacturing
43700
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
43800
Applied Engineering Technology Seminar
46350
Network Management & Design Technology
51052
Technology and Engineering for K to 8 STEM
53026
Microprocessors Systems
53221
Digital Control Systems & Instrumentation
53550
Computer-Aided Manufacturing
53700
Computer-Integrated Manufacturing
53800
Applied Engineering Technology Seminar
56350
Network Management & Design Technology
60000
Project Management in a Technological Environment
63050
TRIZ – theory of Innovative Problem Solving
63870
Facility Design and Material Handling
65400
Evaluating Quality Systems Through Process Control
65500
Quality Systems and Industrial Productivity
65700
Applied Reliability Engineering
65800
Burn- In/Stress Testing Reliability
66380
Advance Networking
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semesters
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
25.00
100.00
25.00
30.00
80.00
25.00
35.00
25.00
20.00
20.00
50.00
25.00
30.00
25.00
100.00
20.00
75.00
20.00
80.00
100.00
20.00
80.00
50.00
50.00
35.00
30.00
25.00
40.00
25.00
45.00
45.00
20.00
20.00
45.00
30.00
80.00
20.00
60.00
60.00
40.00
25.00
20.00
30.00
20.00
60.00
60.00
40.00
25.00
30.00
80.00
25.00
20.00
30.00
30.00
20.00
25.00
Fee
No.
Course
No.
54.
55.
Course Title
19
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee______
TECHNOLOGY (TECH) (continued)
67221
Life Cycle Design II
Semester
75.00
TECHNOLOGY (AERN) - FLIGHT PROGRAM & OPERATIONS*
15741
Private Pilot Flight
15742
Private Pilot Helicopter Flight
15743
Private Pilot Helicopter Flight Add-On
25351
Fundamentals of Air Traffic Control Lab
25743
Commercial Pilot Flight I
35101
Helicopter Theory & Operations
35150
Aircraft Structures
35344
En-Route Air Traffic Control Lab
35345
Terminal Operations I Laboratory
35644
Instrument Flight Theory
35645
Instrument Pilot Flight
35646
Instrument Helicopter Flight
35647
Commercial Pilot Flight II
35648
Instrument Helicopter Flight Add-On
35747
Commercial Pilot Flight III
35749
Commercial Helicopter Flight
35748
Commercial Pilot Helicopter Flight Add-On
45291
Aerospace Senior Seminar
45300
Air Traffic Control Capstone
45321
Air Traffic Control II Lab
45344
En-Route II Laboratory
45649
Flight Instructor - Airplanes
45650
Certified Flight Instructor Helicopter Flight
45651
Flight Instructor - Instruments
45652
Certified Flight Instructor Instrument Helicopter Flight
45653
Multi-Engine Pilot Flight
45654
Certified Flight Instructor Helicopter Flight Add-On
45655
Advanced Multi-Engine Pilot Flight
45656
Certified Flight Instructor Instrument Helicopter Flight Add-On
45657
Multi-Engine Flight Instructor
45659
Basic Aerobatic Flight
45711
Turbine Engine Theory & Operation Laboratory
45721
Crew Resource Management Laboratory
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
8,440.00
10,300.00
7,700.00
475.00
8,900.00
240.00
50.00
475.00
475.00
5.00
9,010.00
10,500.00
8,130.00
4,000.00
6,990.00
27,800.00
8,900.00
25.00
475.00
475.00
475.00
7,010.00
6,700.00
3,570.00
4,050.00
4,330.00
4,100.00
2,935.00
4,050.00
3,090.00
728.00
120.00
30.00
Fee
No.
Course
No.
55.
56.
Course Title
*Fees listed above for the School of Technology - Flight Program & Operations include minimum prescribed flight time as well as required books
and supplies for the associated flight theory course. Due to varying levels of student ability, the minimum flight times may be exceeded necessitating
an additional flight time charge. These charges will be a prorated hourly cost for dual and solo flight time and will be billed and collected at the end of
the semester.
57.
THEATRE (THEA)
11521
Graphics of the Theatre
11524
Introductory Costuming
11622
Introductory Scenery
11722
Fundamentals of Production I: Scenery, Stagecraft, and Sound
11732
Fundamentals of Production II: Costumes, Lighting and Projections
21016
Make-up for Stage & Screen
21306
Musical Theatre Performance I
21501
Sophomore Portfolio Review
21521
Theatrical Drafting
21522
Lighting Design
21523
Costume Technology
21524
Costume Design
21621
Scene Painting
21622
Scene Design
31501
Junior Portfolio Review
31560
Scenic Technology
41095
Special Topic – The New York City Experience
41191
Variable Topic – Seminar in Theatre History: Medieval Theater
41301
Acting for the Camera I
41302
Acting for the Camera II
20
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
35.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
60.00
85.00
30.00
35.00
30.00
45.00
90.00
130.00
50.00
30.00
60.00
200.00
200.00
55.00
55.00
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee
No.
Course
No.
57.
THEATRE (THEA) (continued)
41306
Professional Aspects: Design & Technology
41307
Musical Theatre Performance II
41308
Musical Theatre Audition
41499
Musical Theatre Showcase
41501
Senior Portfolio Review
41521
Advanced Lighting Technology I
41522
Design Studio: Lighting
41524
Design Studio: Costume
41525
Props and Crafts
41526
Advanced Lighting Technology II
41529
Advanced Wig & Makeup Techniques - Stage & Screen
41560
Theatre Fabrication Technology
41621
Presentation Media
41622
Design Studio: Scenery
51095
Special Topic – The New York City Experience
51191
Variable Topic- Seminar in Theatre History: Medieval Theater
51301
Acting for the Camera I
51302
Acting for the Camera II
51306
Professional Aspects: Design & Technology
51309
Musical Theatre Showcase
51521
Advanced Lighting Technology I
51522
Design Studio: Lighting
51524
Design Studio: Costume
51525
Props and Crafts
51526
Advanced Lighting Technology II
51529
Advanced Wig & Makeup Techniques - Stage & Screen
51560
Theatre Fabrication Technology
51621
Presentation Media
51622
Design Studio: Scenery
61095
Special Topics: Advanced Studies in Design
61201
Software Applications
61521
Advanced Theatre Drafting
61522
Advanced Studies in Lighting Design
61524
Advanced Studies in Costume Design for Stage & Screen
61525
Millinery & 3D Characters
61561
Advanced Construction Theory
61622
Advanced Study: Scenery for Stage & Screen
61701
Movement Form and Space II: Neutral and Character Mask
61806
Singing for the Actor
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
24.00
85.00
80.00
100.00
30.00
30.00
30.00
45.00
110.00
30.00
80.00
80.00
76.00
50.00
200.00
200.00
55.00
55.00
24.00
100.00
30.00
30.00
45.00
110.00
30.00
80.00
80.00
76.00
50.00
60.00
45.00
35.00
30.00
30.00
135.00
30.00
50.00
10.00
80.00
URBAN DESIGN (UD)
60701
Urban Design Studio I
60702
Urban Design Studio II
60703
Urban Design Studio III
60704
Urban Design Studio IV
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
120.00
120.00
120.00
120.00
VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY (VTEC)
10002
Veterinary Nursing I
10204
Clinical Laboratory I
10205
Veterinary Nursing II
20008
Clinical Laboratory II
20009
Veterinary Nursing III
20010
Imaging Techniques
20212
Surgery and Anesthesia
20214
Veterinary Nursing and Hospital Procedures
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
20.00
30.00
30.00
40.00
30.00
30.00
40.00
20.00
VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN (VCD)
13001
Introduction to Visual Communication Design II
20000
Basic Computer Graphic Design and Illustration
20003
Intermediate Computer Graphic Design & Illustration
20006
Kinetic and Sequential Graphic Design I
20009
Sophomore Entrance Examination/Portfolio Review
23000
Intermediate Studio Skills/GD&I
23001
Introduction to Typography
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
15.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
5.00
33.00
12.00
58.
59.
60.
Course Title
21
Fee______
KENT CAMPUS
COURSE FEES
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee
No.
Course
No.
60.
VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN (VCD) (continued)
24001
Product Design
27000
Interiors Rendering
28000
Photography
28002
Photography II
33000
Graphic Design I
33001
Graphic Design II
37000
Visual Design for Media Advanced
38001
Photographics
38003
Photo Technology
38004
Advanced Photography
38008
Photo Design Techniques
40025
Professional Portfolio: Graphic Design & Illustration
40053
Graphic Design Studio: GLYPHIX
40095
Special Topics: Graphic Design & Illustration
43000
Studio Production
43001
Kinetic & Sequential Graphic Design II
43002
Typographic/Photographic Graphic Design
43003
Graphic Design/Corporate Identity
43004
Issues for Graphic Design Businesses
43005
3D Graphic Design - Direct Mail/Packaging/Point Purchase
43006
Environmental Design
43007
Information Graphics
43051
Type High Press
44001
Packaging & Exhibition Design
46000
Web Design & Programming I
46001
Web Design & Programming II
48005
Color Photography
48007
Photo Illustration Techniques
48009
Fashion Photography
48092
Practicum in Photography
49199
Senior Project - Graphic Design & Illustration
50003
Intermediate Computer Graphic Design & Illustration - Various Structures
50025
Professional Portfolio - Graphic Design & Illustration
50053
Graphic Design Studio: GLYPHIX
50095
Special Topics: Graphic Design & Illustration
53001
Kinetic & Sequential Graphic Design
53002
Typographic/Photographic Graphic Design
53003
Graphic Design/Corporate Identity
53005
3D Graphic Design - Direct Mail/Packaging/Point Purchase
53051
Type High Press
56000
Web Design & Programming I
56001
Web Design & Programming II
60053
Graphic Design Studio Management - GLYPHIX
60095
Special Topics: Graphic Design & Illustration
60096
Individual Investigation: Graphic Design & Illustration
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
10.00
12.00
65.00
125.00
36.00
36.00
40.00
45.00
90.00
90.00
60.00
9.00/hr.
15.00/hr.
7.00/hr.
10.00
60.00
36.00
33.00
10.00
30.00
10.00
30.00
15.00/hr.
12.00
20.00
20.00
110.00
120.00
45.00
15.00/hr.
21.00
36.00
12.00
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
60.00
32.00
28.00
28.00
45.00
20.00
20.00
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
12.00/hr.
VITICULTURE AND ENOLOGY (VIN)
11100
Introduction to Viticulture and Vineyard Establishment
14800
Winery Sanitation
16000
Winery Equipment
21000
Introduction to Wine Operations
24600
Intermediate Enology
25992
Cellar Operations
26600
Sensory Evaluation
26800
Wine and Must Analysis
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
60.00
120.00
60.00
61.
Course Title
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Fee______
KENT CAMPUS
MISCELLANEOUS FEES
Fee
No.
1.
Fee Title
Full-time
or
Part-time
Student
Admission Service Fee
Undergraduate (Kent Campus Students)
U
FT and PT
Admission Service Fee
Undergraduate (Regional Campus Students)
Effective Spring 2014
U
U
FT and PT
FT and PT
Admission Service Fee
Graduate (except international students)
International Students
2.
Graduate
or
Undergraduate
G
G and U
Art Fee
Fee applies to Freshmen, Sophomore,
and Junior Undergraduate
(i.e., Completed less than 90 credit hours
at the beginning of the semester) enrolled in
6 or more credit hours of Kent Campus coursework.
The fee is for Fall and Spring semesters.
3.
Auditing a Course
(An audited course is not counted as part
of the course load; however, the student
must go through the normal registration
procedures and pay the usual registration fee.)
4.
Credit by Examination
5.
Diploma-Request for Duplicate
6.
Dissertation Registration
Dissertation I
(Applies to graduate students registered for
Dissertation I and the first thirty hours of
dissertation.
Dissertation II
(Applies to graduate students registered for
Dissertation II. The fee is equal tone-third of
the cost of one graduate credit hour.)
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Application
for admission
to the university
or evaluation of
credentials from
other schools
FT and PT
FT and PT
Fee___
40.00
30.00
40.00
30.00
70.00
FT and PT
Semester
FT and PT
Semester
U
FT and PT
Semester-hour
50.00
G and U
FT and PT
Diploma
25.00
G
FT
G and U
Semester
or
Total Summer
15.00
2850.00
G
FT and PT
Semester
158.00
U
FT and PT
Matriculation
150.00
FT and PT
Semester
35.00
Flight Training “No Show” Penalty
Single Engine Aircraft
Multiengine Aircraft
Course
Course
15.00
25.00
10.
Graduation Application – Late Processing Fee
Semester
200.00
11.
H-Visa Processing Fee (International Students)
(One-time fee assessed to an individual or hiring
department to process the document needed for
employment purposes.)
G and U
FT and PT
Employment
100.00
12.
International Students Activity Fee
G and U
FT and PT
Semester
20.00
13.
Late Payment-Miscellaneous Fees
(For fees other than instructional fees)
G and U
FT and PT
Late Payment
30.00
7.
Enrollment Fee
(Applicable to all first-time, non-transfer,
freshmen students at the Kent Campus.)
8.
Enrollment Fee Transfer Students
(Applies to Undergraduate Students Transferring
to Kent Campus. Effective Spring 2013)
9.
U
23
KENT CAMPUS
MISCELLANEOUS FEES
Fee
No.
Fee Title
Graduate
or
Undergraduate
Full-time
or
Part-time
Student
Unit
Covered
by Fee
Fee___
30.00
14.
Late Payment Processing Fee
(Fee for processing payment after due date to
avoid cancellation of pre-registered schedule.)
G and U
FT and PT
Late Processing
15.
Late Registration
(Fee for any registration form processed after
Friday of the first week of classes.)
G and U
FT and PT
Registration
16.
Library Fines
Normal Circulation Items:
Three Day Reserve:
Two-Hour/Overnight Reserve:
Reference/Non-circulating Items:
Recalled Materials:
Billing Fee:
Processing Fee:
OhioLINK Fines:
OhioLINK Recall:
Interlibrary Loan Fines:
$.10 per day per item ($15.00 max.)
$.50 per day per item ($15.00 max.)
$.60 per hour or any part thereof
$1.00 per day per item
$1.00 per day per item
$15.00 per item
$25.00 per item (Lost OhioLINK items only)
$.50 per day per item ($15.00 max.)
$2.00 per day per item
$1.00 per day per item
17.
Locker Service Charge
G and U
FT and PT
Padlock
18.
Non-Payment Fee
Fee assessed to students who haves not paid their
registration by the end of the first week of class.
G and U
FT and PT
Non-Payment
100.00
19.
Parking Permits
Student Lot Permits:
One Semester (Fall or Spring)
-S - 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, Yellow R Permits
-C Permits
-Other C Permits CIA, CSCI, CREC, CMWF
-Summit East Commuter Permits
-Allerton Sports Complex Commuter Permits
-Stadium Permits
-Evening/Morning/Weekend Commuter Permits
-Allerton Family Housing (Monthly)
-Motorcycle Permits
Fall and Spring Semesters
-S - 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, Yellow R Permits
-C Permits
-Other C Permits CIA, CSCI, CREC, CMWF
-Summit East Commuter Permits
-Allerton Sports Complex Commuter Permits
-Stadium Permits
-Evening/Morning/Weekend Commuter Permits
-Allerton Family Housing (Yearly)
-Motorcycle Permits
G and U
G and U
G and U
G and U
G and U
G and U
G and U
G and U
G and U
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
105.00
105.00
90.00
80.00
80.00
80.00
30.00
13.00
5.00
G and U
G and U
G and U
G and U
G and U
G and U
G and U
G and U
G and U
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
Vehicle
200.00
200.00
175.00
155.00
155.00
155.00
55.00
156.00
10.00
G and U
G and U
FT and PT
FT and PT
Vehicle
Vehicle
40.00
5.00
Summer Term
-Residence Hall or Commuter
-Motorcycle Permits
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100.00
2.00
KENT CAMPUS
MISCELLANEOUS FEES
Fee
No.
20.
Full-time
or
Part-time
Student
Unit
Covered
by Fee
_Fee
Parking Violation Fines
Parking Lot Violations—
if paid within seven calendar days:
-tickets one and two
-tickets three through eight
-tickets nine and above
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
Offense
Offense
Offense
15.00
35.00
50.00
if paid after seven calendar days:
-tickets one and two
-tickets three through eight
FT and PT
FT and PT
Offense
Offense
20.00
40.00
FT and PT
Offense
55.00
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
Offense
Offense
Offense
15.00
35.00
50.00
FT and PT
FT and PT
FT and PT
Offense
Offense
Offense
20.00
40.00
55.00
FT and PT
Offense
50.00
FT and PT
Offense
50.00
FT and PT
Offense
100.00
FT and PT
Offense
100.00
Fee Title
Graduate
or
Undergraduate
-tickets nine and above
Parking in violation of posted signs—
if paid within seven calendar days:
-tickets one and two
-tickets three through eight
-tickets nine and above
if paid after seven calendar days:
-tickets one and two
-tickets three through eight
-tickets nine and above
Giving false information in application
for a permit
Using a permit for any purpose other than
that for which it was intended
Display, make, or possess an altered,
counterfeit, stolen, or found permit
Parking in a handicap space without
the proper permit
21.
Psychological Services Fee
Assessed after initial intake session.
G and U
FT and PT
Hour
Counseling
20.00
22.
Reinstatement
G and U
FT and PT
Reinstatement
25.00
23.
Replacement of ID Card
G and U
FT and PT
Card
10.00
24.
Returned Check Charge
G and U
FT and PT
Check
30.00
25.
Selective Service Noncompliance Fee
(Applies to all students in violation of H.B. 845equal to the current tuition surcharge for nonOhio residents)
G and U
FT and PT
Semester
26.
Student Recreation and Wellness Center Fee
(A per semester fee that applies to all students
enrolled in less than five hours at the Kent
Campus who opt to use the Student Recreation
And Wellness Center.)
G and U
PT
27.
Thesis Registration
Thesis I
G
FT and PT
Semester
or
Total summer
G
PT
Semester
or
Total Summer
Thesis II
(Applies to all graduate students who were
registered in a previous semester for 6
hours of Thesis I but have not completed
their thesis. Applies only to students
registered for Thesis II. The fee is equal to
one-third of the cost of one graduate hour.)
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Recreational
Services
__
3,980.00
55.00
Instructional
Fees Apply
158.00
KENT CAMPUS
MISCELLANEOUS FEES
Fee
No.
28.
Fee Title
Transient Student Fee
(A transient student pays a $10.00 admission
fee for one semester only. If a transient student
wishes to enroll for class work for more than one
semester in succession, he/she must be admitted
to Kent State University as a transfer student and
pay the admission service fee.)
Graduate
or
Undergraduate
U
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Full-time
or
Part-time
Student
Unit
Covered
by Fee
FT and PT
Admissions
Fee___
10.00
UNIVERSITY POLICY REGARDING STUDENT HOUSING
As a residential campus, the residential experience is viewed as part of the total university education. Kent State requires all single students
enrolled for 9 or more academic credits to reside in the university’s residence halls and participate in the food plan. This requirement is applicable
until: (1) the student attains junior academic standing (60 semester or 90 quarter credit hours) at the start of fall semester; (2) the student is 21
years of age at the start of fall semester; (3) the student has lived in residence halls two or more years; (4) the student commutes from the primary
residence of the parent or legal guardian residing within 50 miles of the Kent campus. A registration hold is placed on the record of a student in
violation of this policy.
KENT STATE UNIVERSITY
ROOM AND BOARD RATES
EFFECTIVE FALL 2013
Amount per
Student
Hall and Room Type
Weekly
Forfeiture
__________________
1. Student Housing
ROOMS WITHOUT SEASONAL AIR CONDITIONING:
Dunbar, Prentice, Verder, Lake, Olson,
Fletcher, Manchester
2-Person Double
Standard Single
Deluxe Single w/Private Bath
1-Person Double/Deluxe Single
$
2,938.00
3,234.00
4,650.00
3,918.00
$
367.25
404.25
581.25
489.75
ROOMS WITH SEASONAL AIR CONDITIONING:
Koonce, Wright
2-Person Double
1-Person Double/Deluxe Single
2,938.00
3,918.00
367.25
489.75
Leebrick
Single
1-Person Double/Deluxe Single
3,234.00
3,938.00
404.25
492.25
Beall, McDowell
2-Person Suite
Deluxe Single w/Private Bath
Single w/Private Bath
Single Semi Suite w/Shared Bath
2-Person Semi Suite w/Private Bath
Single w/Shared Bath
1-Person Suite
3,938.00
4,650.00
4,414.00
4,318.00
4,258.00
3,938.00
5,252.00
492.25
581.25
551.75
539.75
532.25
492.25
656.50
Centennial Court Buildings A, B, C, D, E, F, Johnson, Stopher
2-Person Semi Suite w/Shared Bath
A
2-Person Semi Suite w/Shared Bath
A, B, D, E, F, Joh, Sto
3-Person Semi Suite w/Private Bath
B, D, E, F, Joh, Sto
Single Semi Suite w/Shared Bath (aka Centennial Single) A, C
1-Person Semi Suite w/Shared Bath
A
Single Semi Suite w/Private Bath
A, B, D, E, F, Joh, Sto
3,844.00
4,258.00
3,382.00
4,318.00
5,126.00
5,678.00
480.50
532.25
422.75
539.75
640.75
709.75
Korb, Allyn, Clark, Wright
Double
Single
1-Person Double/Deluxe Single
2,990.00
3,290.00
3,988.00
373.75
411.25
498.50
Engelman
4-Person Suite
Single Studio
Single
Deluxe Single
3,712.00
4,664.00
5,486.00
5,754.00
464.00
583.00
685.75
719.25
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Amount per
Student
Hall and Room Type
Allerton Student Family Apartments
2-Bedroom
Weekly
Forfeiture
_________________
830.00
*Monthly Rate Effective 9/01/13
KSU – GENEVA PROGRAM
Amount Per
Student
Room Type_________________________________________________________________________________________________________
2-Person Room
3-Person Room
4-Person Room
$
5,455.00
4,960.00
4,725.00
$
25.00
SUMMER HOUSING:
Contact Residence Services for information on Summer 2014 housing.
Early Arrival- Daily charge for arrival prior to official hall opening.
New applicants for residence hall space are required to submit a nonrefundable $25 application fee when returning the signed Residence Hall
Contract. Any new residence hall student wishing to live in the residence halls is required to pay a $200 pre-paid housing fee by June 1, 2013. If
students apply on or after June 1, 2013, they must pay the $25 application fee and the $200 pre-paid housing at the same time. Returning
residence hall students are required to pay the $200 prepaid housing fee at the time of contract renewal or their assignment will be cancelled and
they will need to re-apply for housing.
Non-payment of the pre-paid housing fee does not mean the student’s assignment is
automatically cancelled.
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KENT CAMPUS RESIDENCE HALLS AND ALLERTON APARTMENTS
__________________CONTRACT CANCELLATION, CONTRACT RELEASE, AND REFUND POLICY________________
CANCELLATION OF CONTRACT - RESIDENCE HALLS
Request for cancellation of the contract before moving into a residence hall (checking out residence hall room keys) and prior to the applicable
opening day of the residence halls, will be accepted with one of the following guidelines:
1.
A written request for cancellation received on or before June 1, 2013, for the fall semester or January 1, 2014 for the spring semester
(new spring semester applicants only) will result in a refund of the $200 pre-paid housing fee.
2.
A written request for cancellation received after June 1, 2013 for the fall semester or January 1, 2014 for the spring semester (new
spring semester applicants only) will result in the forfeiture of the $200 pre-paid housing fee.
A request for cancellation of the Residence Hall Contract, including Food Plan (if contracted), must be done either by phone, by email, online at
www.res.kent.edu, or in writing, addressed to and received by: Department of Residence Services, Kent State University, P.O. Box 5190, Kent,
Ohio 44242-0001. Students notifying the department of Residence Services that they will not be coming to Kent State University will result in
the termination of the submitted residence hall application. Further, the Department of Residence Services will inform the Registrar’s Office of
the student’s intentions, and all scheduled classes will be cancelled. Students exiting the university between semesters must officially check out
with residence hall staff and return keys/card keys to avoid charges.
If a student is not returning to the university for the spring semester, the student will be released from the contract. However, the student must
inform the Department of Residence Services, by phone, e-mail, online, or written letter by 5 p. m. of the second Friday of November (academic
dismissal exempt).
Request for cancellation of this contract after moving into a residence hall or after the applicable opening day of the residence halls will require a
Petition for Contract Release, and the student must show just cause for termination (major unforeseen circumstances).
In order that all petitions may be reviewed and appeals, if needed, conducted prior to the start of spring semester, the deadline to petition for a
contract release is 5 p. m. on the second Friday in November. Petitions received after this deadline may not be reviewed until after the start of the
spring semester. Please note that the entire petitioning process may take between four to six weeks to complete. A petition for contract release
form, as well as the procedural instructions, may be secured from the student’s Residence Hall Director. This contract cannot be terminated solely
for the purpose of living off-campus or in order to commute from home.
A forfeiture charge of 12.5 percent per week of the contracted room cost will apply to students leaving the university and/or receiving a written
release from their residence hall contract. Students will be charged a forfeiture rate for each week of occupancy. There are no room refunds after
the seventh week of the semester.
IMPORTANT: A student submitting a written request for cancellation of the residence hall contract, who remains obligated under the University
Housing Policy, must also follow the established procedure for requesting an exemption to the University Policy Regarding Student Housing.
Please note that the terms of the signed Residence Hall Contract supersede the terms of the University Policy Regarding Student Housing.
2.
Student and Family Housing
ALLERTON APARTMENTS
2 Bedroom
830.00*
*Monthly Rental
New applicants to Allerton are required to submit a nonrefundable $25 application fee when returning the signed Residence Hall Contract.
Allerton apartments are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants are placed on a waiting list based on the date the completed
application is received in the Allerton Office. An applicant must be an enrolled student at Kent State University throughout their stay (summer
sessions excluded).
Apartments are available to legally married couples (marriage certificate required) or to an individual parent who has at least one dependent child
living with said parent. Apartments are also available to single students who have (60) sixty credit hours or more and/or are (21) twenty-one years
of age or older.
CANCELLATION OF CONTRACT – ALLERTON STUDENT FAMILY HOUSING
A request for cancellation of the contract after moving into Allerton must be submitted to the Allerton office not less than forty-five (45) days
prior to the move out date. Moving or walking away from the apartment at any other time will not terminate the lease. The lessee may be required
to pay rent through the lease expiration date. After proper notification, the lessee will be charged the daily rate equal to the current rental rate,
plus damages, if any, until such time as the apartment is vacated.
3.
Food Plan
Type
Amount
(In the event of an authorized contract release from the
Food Plan portion of the Residence Hall Contract, through
the 7th week of the semester the individual will be refunded
90 percent of the current semester’s balance on the dining plan.)
Lite
Basic
Premier
Premier Plus
Commuter
1,685.00
1,830.00
2,160.00
2,535.00
725.00
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REGIONAL CAMPUS
REGISTRATION FEES
Fee
No.
Fee Title
ACADEMIC YEAR SEMESTER
1.
Instructional Fee
1-10 credit hours
11 or more credit hours
2.
General Fee
1-10 credit hours
11 or more credit hours
3.
Addition Fully Online Instructional Fee
4.
Tuition Surcharge Non-Ohio Residents
1-10 credit hours
11 or more credit hours
5.
Undergraduate
Lower
Undergraduate
Upper
Credit-hr.
Semester
235.50
2,585.00
278.50
3,062.00
402.80
4428.00
Credit-hr.
Semester
17.50
192.00
17.50
192.00
72.20
794.00
Credit-hr.
25.00
30.00
Credit-hr.
Semester
362.00
3,980.00
362.00
3,980.00
796.00
796.00
Credit-hr.
73.00
73.00
Credit-hr.
Credit-hr.
235.50
17.50
278.50
17.50
Special Rates – Undergraduate Surcharge
Regional Campus – Full Time Rate
Semester
for residents from Western PA
and West Virginia approved counties
Regional Campus – Per hour special rate
for residents from Western PA
and West Virginia approved counties
SUMMER TERMS
1.
Instructional Fee
2.
General Fee
3.
Unit
Covered
by Fee
342.00
3,758.00
402.80
72.20
Additional Fully Online Instructional Fee
Credit-hr.
4.
Tuition Surcharge Non-Ohio Residents
5.
Special Rates – Undergraduate Surcharge
Regional Campus – Per Hour special rate Credit-hr.
for residents from Western PA
and West Virginia approved counties
NOTE:
Graduate__
25.00
Credit-hr.
30.00
362.00
362.00
73.00
73.00
342.00
In those cases where a student is attending a Regional Campus and the Kent Campus concurrently, fees will be assessed at the rate
currently in effect at the respective campuses of attendance.
COURSE FEES
(Except as noted below, course fees will
be assessed at the Regional Campuses at
a rate not to exceed the rate for the same
course at the Kent Campus.)
Semester
Tuscarawas
PEB 10095 Whitewater Rafting
PEB 10906 Racquetball
PEB 13012 Backpacking
PEB 13022 Camping
Semester
Semester
Semester
Semester
30
Not to exceed
the rate for
the same course
at the Kent Campus
15.00
15.00
5.00
5.00
MISCELLANEOUS FEES
(Except as noted below, miscellaneous
fees will be assessed at the Regional
Campuses at the same rate as
determined by the Kent Campus.)
1.
Determined by
Type of Fee
Tuscarawas-Non-County Resident
Semester
As determined
by Kent Campus
1.00
COLLEGE OF PODIATRIC MEDICINE
REGISTRATION FEES
UNIT COVEREED
BY FEE
FEE
Tuition – Four Year Program
In-State
Out-of-State
Academic Year
Academic Year
$33,230.00
$33,240.00
Fees – Four Year Program
Lab Fees
Year 1
Year 2
Year 2 – Surgery
Year 3
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
$0.00
$0.00
$60.00
$40.00
Certification, Testing, and Other Fees
Year 1 – Registration Fee
Year 1 – Drug Testing Fee
Year 2 – National Board Fee Part 1
Year 2 – HIPPA Certification
Year 3 – ACLS Course
Year 3 – Background/Drug Testing Fee
Year 4 – National Board Fee Part II
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
$100.00
$100.00
$900.00
$25.00
$200.00
$200.00
$900.00
Food Fees
Years 1, 2
Year 3
Year 4
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
$930.00
$670.00
$440.00
Parking Fees
Years 1, 2
Year 3
Year 4
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
$440.00
$330.00
$220.00
TUITION – FIVE YEAR PROGRAM
In-State – Year 1, 2
In-State – Years 3, 4, 5
Academic Year
Academic Year
$22,164.00
$33,230.00
Out-of-State – Years 1, 2
Out-of-State – Years 3, 4, 5
Academic Year
Academic Year
$22,171.00
$33,240.00
Fees – Five Year Program
Lab Fees
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 3 – Surgery
Year 4
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$60.00
$40.00
Certification, Testing, and Other Fees
Year 1 – Registration Fee
Year 1 – Drug Testing Fee
Year 3 – HIPPA Certification
Year 3 – National Board Fee Part 1
Year 4 – National Board Fee Part II
Year 4 – Background/Drug Testing Fee
Year 4 – ACLS Course
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
$100.00
$100.00
$25.00
$900.00
$900.00
$200.00
$200.00
Food Fees
Years 1, 2, 3
Year 4
Academic Year
Academic Year
$930.00
$670.00
DESCRIPTION
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COLLEGE OF PODIATRIC MEDICINE
REGISTRATION FEES
UNIT COVEREED
BY FEE
FEE
Year 5
Academic Year
$440.00
Parking Fees
Years 1, 2, 3
Year 4
Year 5
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
$440.00
$330.00
$220.00
Annual Fees Applicable to Both Programs
Heath Service Fee
Hepatitis Vaccine Fee
Medical Plan
Student Activity Fee
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
Academic Year
$431.00
$240.00
$1,550.00
$180.00
Other Fees
Clicker Enrollment Code Replacement Fee
Clicker Replacement Fee
Food Beverage Policy Violation
Graduation Fee
ID Card Hang Tag Fee
ID Card Holder Fee
ID Card Replacement Fee
Library Book Fee
Parking Hang Tag Fee
Parking Registration Replacement Fee
Parking Ticket
Remedial Course
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
Per Course
DESCRIPTION
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$0.00
$0.00
$15.00
$250.00
$5.00
$1.00
$25.00
Value
$5.00
$75.00
$15.00
$750.00
UNIVERSITY FEE RETENTION POLICY
A student, who withdraws from all courses or drops one or more course, not later than the first week of classes for the semester, may obtain a full
refund of fees paid or an adjustment of fees billed. A student is not considered withdrawn until the withdrawal transaction is completed as
described in the Schedule of Classes. The portion of fees retained by the university is determined by the date on which the transaction is
processed on the Banner System. A student who has not paid registration or housing fees and fails to withdraw from the university and/or
residence hall will continue to be liable for the fees assessed.
The following university fee retention schedule applies to both course withdrawals and total withdrawals from the university. The percentages
apply to the fees assessed for the courses from which a student withdraws. Days of classes are counted Monday through Sunday, including
official university holidays. Below are the withdrawal periods for the fall and spring semesters with their respective percentages of course fee
assessments to be retained by the university. The number of days per refund percentage will vary for the summer term. Exact refund
dates can be obtained by contacting the Bursar’s Office.
1. First week of classes
2. Second week of classes
3. Third week of classes
4. Fourth week of classes
5. After fourth week of classes
0%
20%
35%
40%
100%
Note: Flexibly scheduled courses may have a different fee retention schedule that the semester fee retention schedules listed above.
The university fee retention policy includes provisions to conform with Department of Education guidelines cited in CFR part 668 Sections 21
and 22 concerning the treatment of Title IV funds when a student withdraws from all classes during a semester.
All balances due to the university as a result of other obligations will be deducted from the amount (if any) to be refunded for course withdrawals.
The Bursars Office prepares all checks for credit balances. Fee refunds (if any) may not occur until thirty days after the dropping of courses or
until 30 days after the beginning of the semester (whichever is later). Students who withdraw from laboratory classes must return laboratory
equipment before fees will be refunded.
If fees are paid under mistake of law or fact, they are returnable in full. Any appeals to the fee retention policy should be referred to the Bursars
Office.
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PAYMENT PLANS
1.
Installment Payment Plan - 3 Payments Per Semester
Payment Dates
Students may pay some or all of their fees in three installments on the payment dates indicated below:
Fall Semester
August 9, 2013
September 20, 2013
October 11, 2013
Spring Semester
January 2, 2014
February 3, 2014
March 3, 2014
Payment Procedure
A payment equivalent to at least 34% of the fees due plus the service charge must be received by the first installment payment date. A
payment equivalent to at least 67% of the fees due plus the service charge is required for payments received after the first installment
payment date but prior to the second installment payment date. EBills will be sent approximately two to three weeks prior to the second
and third installment payment dates for those students using the Installment Payment Plan. The billing remittance advice should
accompany installment payments whenever possible.
Service Charge
Students pay a service charge of $35.00 per semester for electing to pay fees under the Installment Payment Plan.
Late Charge
A late charge of $30.00 will be assessed for payments received after the established payment dates.
2.
Ten Payment Plan - 10 Payments Per Academic Year
This plan is available to all students who project a minimum obligation after financial aid of $1,500.00. Kent State University, in
conjunction with Tuition Management Systems, Inc. offers a 10-Payment Plan. There is a nonrefundable enrollment fee. Payment option
begins in June and ends in March. Details of program administration and enrollment can be obtained by contacting Tuition Management
Systems at 1-800-722-4867.
3.
Kent First Tuition Payment Plan for Undergraduate Education
This plan is available to incoming freshmen for fall semester. It is based on an initial down payment due in July and 42 monthly
payments drawn by ACH from participants' bank accounts. Based on full-time attempted hours in fall and spring semester, the plan
continues until obtaining an undergraduate degree, 144 attempted credit hours, or 5 years have elapsed since the start of the plan. Details of
program can be obtained by contacting the Bursars Office.
4.
Kent First Tuition Payment Plan for Second Year Undergraduate Education
This plan is available for undergraduate students with 22 to 64 credit hours, with plan enrollment in fall semester. It is based on an initial
down payment due in July and 30 monthly payments drawn by ACH from participants' bank accounts. Based on full-time attempted hours
in fall and spring semester, the plan continues until obtaining an undergraduate degree, 144 attempted credit hours, or 4 years have elapsed
since the start of the plan. Attempted credit hours prior to enrollment are counted in the total 144 credit hours. Details of the program can
be obtained by contacting the Bursar's Office.
5.
Kent Plus Payment Plan Room and Board
The Kent Plus Payment Program is a plan for three years of Residence Hall accommodations (fall and spring semesters only) in a 2-person
double room and with the basic food plan. It is based on an initial down payment due in July and 24 monthly payments drawn by ACH
from participants’ bank accounts. Details of the program can be obtained by contacting the Bursar's Office.
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