Mar 03, 2021  
2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Tuition, Fees, and Expenses



Student Account Services
(http://www.ulm.edu/controller/sas/)

Tuition and Fee Information

ULM students pay tuition per the number of semester hours scheduled, including courses taken for audit. Additional charges, such as laboratory, technology, and activity fees, housing, meals, and vehicle registration, will appear on the fee statement, if applicable. Any credits, such as scholarships and other types of financial aid, as well as prior tuition and fee payments, will also appear on the fee statement, ending with a net balance due. Payments may be made through Banner Self Service on the web at https://banner.ulm.edu/ or at La Capitol Federal Credit Union [#6 on Campus Map].

NOTE: Credit Card payments for current tuition and fees will no longer be accepted over the phone or at La Cap Credit Union. Please log on to your Banner Self Service account to pay online with a credit card.

Drop for Non-Payment Policy

All current and prior account balances must be paid in full by the fee deadline each semester or the student’s classes will be dropped (also housing assignments will be cancelled if applicable). Paid in full means the student’s account balance is zero or their memo and/or authorized aid is equal to or greater than their charges or the student has signed up for the University’s payment plan.

Payment Plan Option

All students qualify for our online payment plan through Nelnet. Your total tuition and fees can be split into three equal payments that will automatically be drafted from a checking/savings account or debit/credit card. There is a $40.00 processing fee for this service ($25.00 for Nelnet fees and $15.00 for ULM fees). For more information please visit www.ulm.edu/controller/sas/.

NOTE: All fees stated in this section are subject to change without notice. All fees must be paid in full to finalize registration.

Students may pay fees at La Capitol Credit Union, located on Northeast Drive in University Commons II. For convenience, student fee payments may also be made on-line with a credit card, debit card or check.

TUITION - All students pay a general tuition based on total student credit hours of enrollment. Undergraduate students enrolled in more than six credit hours and graduate students enrolled in more than three credit hours and are classified as non-Louisiana residents under the regulations of the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors will pay out-of-state tuition in addition to general tuition. Courses enrolled for audit will be charged tuition the same as courses for academic credit.

BOARD ASSESSED FEES - In addition to a general tuition based on total student credit hours of enrollment, a student will pay a building use fee, academic enhancement fee and an operational fee.

UNIVERSITY ASSESSED FEES - Based on the number of hours enrolled, this charge includes the registration service fee, academic excellence fee, institutional assessment fee, Alumni Association, band travel, concert fee, Student Health Services, intramurals, University Library, student short-term loan fund, natatorium maintenance, theater productions and energy surcharge fee.

STUDENT ASSESSED FEES - All students enrolled in more than three credit hours are charged fees in support of the Activity Center, KXUL, ULM Speech and Debate Team, Natatorium, Student Government Association, Student Involvement Scholarship, Student Publications, Student Union, Water Ski Team, ULM Flight Team, ULM Spirit Units, and ULM Theatre Productions. All students are charged fees for Student Union Renovations and Campus Activities Board.

TECHNOLOGY FEE - The Student Technology Fee shall be five dollars ($5) per credit hour for up to 12 credit hours per semester. This fee is dedicated to the acquisition, installation, maintenance, and intelligent use of state-of-the-art technology solely for the purpose of supporting and enhancing student life and learning.

ID FEE -All students, faculty and staff are required to obtain a permanent ULM identification card. A non-refundable validation fee of $15.00 each regular semester and a $7.50 fee for each summer term will be charged. Students who resign from the University are expected to keep their ID cards for use upon returning. A $15 fee will be assessed for a replacement card.

Other Registration Fees

APPLICATION FEE - A non-refundable application fee shall be assessed each person making application for admission or readmission to ULM. A subsequent application fee will be required when a student’s enrollment is interrupted for any reason requiring a new application to the University.

ADDITIONAL COURSE FEES - In certain courses, special services, supplies or equipment may be used. Costs for these are not normally covered by fees, tuition or departmental operating budgets and, therefore, the cost is incurred by the student. These additional charges are listed in each semester’s class schedule.

ELECTRONIC FEE - A student pays a $50 fee for each distance learning course (internet, telecourse, etc.) in which he enrolls.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES FEE - All international students will be charged a fee of $50 per regular semester and $15 per summer term.

LATE REGISTRATION FEE - Any student registering for four or more hours after the close of the regular registration period will be charged an additional late registration fee of $50.

MILITARY SCIENCE ACTIVITY FEE - Textbooks, equipment, and military uniforms are furnished without deposit; however, each cadet is assessed a $10 non-refundable activity fee to support cadet activities.

VEHICLE REGISTRATION FEE - Each student who uses a motor vehicle on the campus must register the vehicle with the University Police Department at the time of enrollment. Students will pay a $50 yearly vehicle use fee during the Fall Semester.

On-Campus Meal Plan Contract

Plan Cost Flex Meals  

 
Gold* $1,205 $ 50 Unlimited  
Platinum $1,220 $150 15/week  
Silver $1,220 $100 200/semester  
*(Default Plan)        
Maroon $1,270 $575 10/week  
Village Apts $ 670 $400 50/semester (block)  
Commuter l $ 401 $276 50/semester (block)  
Commuter ll $ 303 $303 0  
Summer Flex $ 320 $320 0  
Village Summer Flex $ 193 $193 0  

All meal plan prices are subject to change no more than 5% in any Fall term.

Room and meal plan reservations are contracted separately through the Housing Office and the Warhawk ID Services Office, respectively. All students living on campus are required to contract for an on-campus meal plan. All meal plan changes must be made before the fifth (5th) class day. Unless a specific meal plan is indicated, residents will automatically be enrolled in the Gold Plan. Village Apartment residents will automatically be enrolled in the Village Apt Plan unless a standard meal plan is chosen.
Residents are not eligible for either Commuter Plan. Students living on- or off-campus, with less than 30 hours may choose from meal plans 1 through 3. Two Commuter Plans are offered for students living off-campus; however, students living off-campus may choose from any meal plan of their choice, if eligible. Students living on campus during rotations, participating in internships, or moving into the residence halls at any point after the semester begins are required to pay for meals on a pro-rata basis according to days in residence.

At the twenty-first (21st) class day, students with an unpaid balance on their Banner Self Service Account will have their meal plans automatically adjusted to the Gold Plan.

All meal plans include “Flex-Dollars” that are the equivalent of cash and may be redeemed at any of Aramark’s dining facilities. Flex-Dollar balances roll over from fall semester to spring, but do not roll over from spring to fall. Fall-term Flex-Dollars will be forfeited if a new meal plan is not purchased for the subsequent spring term. Additional Flex-Dollars may be purchased at any time throughout the semester. Please contact the Aramark Office (ph: (318) 342-1979) for details.

Standard (block) meals are served at Schulze cafeteria. Dining services are not open during University closures and observed holidays. Please refer to the University calendar for scheduled closure dates and holidays.

Contact the Warhawk ID Services (ph: 318-342-5003) to sign up for your plan or for any additional meal plan information.

Housing and Living Accommodations

Campus housing is under the Division of Business Affairs and the Department of Residential Life. First-time freshmen and new transfer students will receive necessary information to access the online Housing Application after they have been accepted to the University. Continuing students will have access to the online application during the room sign up period spring semester.

A $25 non-refundable application fee and a $200 room reservation fee must accompany each housing application for first-time freshmen and new transfer students. Current residents, who re-apply for their housing, will pay a $50 room reservation fee and a $150 prepayment of their fall housing. A student entering the Residential Life system and properly maintaining occupancy for continued semesters would only pay the application fee once. The room reservation fee of $50 must be paid each subsequent year prior to an assignment being made.

Any student not returning to the residence hall system by a designated deadline, may be required to fill out a new housing application and they must also submit a $25 application fee as well as the $100 room reservation fee prior to an assignment being made

Students residing in university housing must abide by all university policies and procedures, the Student Code of Conduct as outlined in the Student Policy Manual and the Guide to Residence Hall Living. Both documents are located on the Residential Life website at www.ulm.edu/residentiallife.

ULM has an established GPA requirement; therefore all students residing in Madison Hall, Masur Hall, Ouachita Hall, University Commons I and University Commons II must maintain at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA at all times. The Bayou Village Apartments has a required 2.3 cumulative GPA and a 24 earned hours requirement; the Health Science section of University Commons II has a required 3.0 cumulative GPA and Bayou Suites which is the scholar’s hall has a 3.5 cumulative GPA for first time freshmen and a 3.3 cumulative GPA for continuing and transfer students.

Available Housing

There are many different styles of housing available. Ouachita Hall and Masur Hall South are female only suites and Madison Hall is a male only suite style building. Masur Hall North, University Commons I, University Commons II and Bayou suites are co-ed within the building but they are the same gender within a suite or by floor. The Bayou Village Apartments are co-ed buildings and floors but same gender within the apartment. Ouachita Hall, Madison Hall, Masur Hall are double occupancy suites with shared bathrooms. University Commons I is a double occupancy room with a shared bathroom. University Commons II and Bayou Suites are private bedroom suites with a shared bathroom. The apartments are 1 bedroom/1 bathroom, two bedroom/2 bathrooms and four bedroom/2 bathrooms with each person having a private bedroom.

Amenities

Madison Hall, Ouachita Hall, the suites and the apartments all have individually controlled heating and air conditioning units. All campus housing has high speed data connections, cable TV with HBO and local telephone service.

Each apartment is fully furnished; they include a washer and dryer, as well as a kitchen equipped with a stove, refrigerator, microwave and dishwasher.

Private rooms are available in some residence halls at an additional cost when space is available. All students living on campus are required to contract for on-campus meals. Both room and meal contracts are executed on an academic year basis.

All residence halls and apartments adhere to the University “no smoking” policy. Students may smoke in designated areas but not in their rooms. For health and safety reasons pets of any kind are not permitted in the residence halls or apartments at anytime or for any reason.

Off-Campus Exemption Request

The following policy, approved by the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors, governs student residence on the campus: “ALL UNMARRIED FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO LIVE IN ON-CAMPUS RESIDENCE HALLS AS LONG AS SPACE IS AVAILABLE.”

In order to be fair and consistent in considering exemptions from the on-campus residency requirement, students who believe they meet the criteria for an allowable exemption should first contact the Office of Auxiliary Enterprises in person for correct information concerning appropriate procedure and documentation. Students seeking exemption from the requirement must complete and submit an Off-Campus Housing Request application packet obtained in the Office of Auxiliary Enterprises. Applications must be submitted must be made THIRTY (30) DAYS prior to the first day of registration for the semester of the exemption. Approval to live off campus must be granted from the Office of Auxiliary Enterprises BEFORE the student makes any binding arrangements to live off campus. STUDENTS VIOLATING THE HOUSING POLICY WILL BE REQUIRED TO MOVE INTO THE RESIDENCE HALL SYSTEM AND PAY FULL ROOM AND MEAL CHARGES FOR THE PERIOD IN WHICH THE VIOLATION OCCURRED. The University-endorsed allowable exemptions are:

  1. Students TWENTY-ONE (21) years of age or older.
  2. Students living with a parent, grandparent, married sibling or legal guardian in permanent housing within 50-miles of Monroe. Neither rented nor leased apartments, townhouses or condos meet this requirement unless the property is owned by the student or his/her parents. These are the only familial relations recognized by the University and the student must submit notarized letters of permission from both the relative and the parents.
  3. Students living in property they themselves own or in property owned by the student’s immediate family. A copy of the deed, bill of sale, or title must be submitted along with a utility receipt.
  4. Students classified as veterans with at least twenty-four (24) months active duty. A Form DD-214 must be submitted.
  5. Students with a severe medical problem. A letter from the student’s physician must be submitted. Asthma and allergies are not generally considered to be a severe medical condition and are specifically excluded.
  6. If you are a part-time student. A form must be signed in the Office of Auxiliary Enterprises.
  7. If you are a graduate student.

Students who have been denied an exemption for off-campus living by the Office of Auxiliary Enterprises may appeal to the Housing Appeals Committee. Please note that decisions rendered by the Housing Appeals Committee will be final.

Discretionary Expenses

WARHAWK EXPRESS. Warhawk Express is a convenient way for students to make school related purchases without the need to carry cash. Warhawk Express is accepted at on-campus dining locations and concession outlets, the University Bookstore, athletic events, University Library copiers, University Library fines, automated beverage and snack vending machines, laundry machines, and a growing list of off-campus merchants and other vendors.

Warhawk Express works like a stored value or gift card, without the monthly bill. Deposits are made online at the time of registration using Banner Self Service prior to the fee payment deadline or after the fee payment deadline, at Student Account Services or La Capitol Federal Credit Union to the student’s Warhawk Express account. Each time a purchase is made using the Warhawk Express Card, the amount will be debited from the student’s Warhawk Express account and the remaining balance will be displayed at the register or on the receipt so the card-bearer will always know what their balance is. Unlike Flex-Dollars for use only at any of Aramark’s retail dining facilities, Warhawk Express may be used anywhere Warhawk Express is accepted and balances carry over from semester to semester, as long as the student is enrolled. Cash withdrawals cannot be made from Warhawk Express accounts. All Warhawk Express refunds will be made at the end of the semester. Exceptions may be made for students who officially resign from the University. A $10 processing fee will be withheld from balances before a refund is processed. For reasons of security, Warhawk Express account cancellations must be made in person at the Warhawk ID Services Office in University Commons II on Northeast Drive. After the fee payment deadline, if a student wishes to add funds to their Warhawk Express account they may do so only if they do not owe a debt to the University. If a student awaiting financial aid wants to add funds to their Warhawk Express account and for any reason, a portion or all of the aid is not awarded, then the student’s Warhawk Express account will be frozen with funds no longer available until all debts are paid. Financial Aid proceeds will be applied to any outstanding balances and students will be charged for Warhawk Express monies used to this point.

Other Expenses

TEXTBOOKS. The University Bookstore is your one-stop resource for textbooks and everything the student needs for success in the classroom - notebooks, binders, paper, pens, pencils, highlighters, markers, scantrons, blue books, and calculators - as well as test preps, study guides, and other resource materials.

The store offers a large variety of apparel and accessories adorned with the school logo, including hats, caps, shirts, shorts, jackets, socks, and umbrellas. Sizes range from infant to XXXL.

In addition to the large variety of gift items the store has to offer, the student will find gift wrap, balloons and greeting cards.

The Graduation Center is the graduating senior’s source for graduation regalia, invitations, rings, and more.

Fax and copy services are always available.

Online ordering is available at the store’s website, www.ulmbookstore.com.

From snack food and beverages to textbooks and supplies, the University Bookstore, located in Sandel Hall next to Admissions, has everything needed for the ULM student.

FIELD TRIP FEES. Certain courses require trips away from the campus. Specific fees for these courses will be announced at the beginning of the semester or summer term.

BINDING FEE. Graduate students will pay the necessary fees to cover the costs of binding the thesis or dissertation at $12.00 per volume and $65 for microfilming the dissertation.

ULM CREDIT EXAMINATION. Students who take a credit examination pay a fee of $10 per semester hour.

DENTAL HYGIENE FEE. In addition to regular University fees, students in the Dental Hygiene program should expect to pay approximately $1,000 for instruments and supplies and approximately $300 forlaboratory coats and uniforms.

NURSING FEE. In addition to the regular University fees, students entering the School of Nursing Professional Program should expect to pay approximately $900 for instruments, name badges, textbooks, and uniforms.

TRAFFIC TICKETS. Fines for violations of the ULM Traffic and Parking Regulations are to be paid at the La Capitol Federal Credit Union on Northeast Drive, University Commons II. For each citation not paid within ten calendar days after receiving the ticket (including Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays), a $5 administrative fee will be charged. Fines for violations are listed in the current ULM Traffic and Parking Regulations. Copies of these regulations are available at the University Police Department.

Drop for Non-Payment Policy

All current and prior account balances must be paid in full by the fee deadline each semester or the student’s classes will be dropped (also housing assignments will be cancelled if applicable). Paid in full means the student’s account balance is zero or their memo and/or authorized aid is equal to or greater than their charges or the student has signed up for the University’s payment plan.

Student Debt Information

Students indebted to the University will not be allowed to re-enter or receive an official transcript of scholastic work. A student may be dropped from University enrollment for non-payment of fees and/or other debts when due or when a check offered by the student in satisfaction of an obligation to the University is not honored by the bank on which it was drawn. The Controller’s Office will notify the student of the delinquency by mail or email. The student is responsible for informing the Registrar of any change of address from that given at registration.

Service and delinquent payment charges will be levied as follows:

Returned check service charge per check returned $15.00
Short-term loan processing fee: $20.00


Delinquent student debts and federal student loans are assigned to the ULM Collections Department. However, if it becomes necessary to refer debts to an outside collection agency, a collection fee will be added and collected with the original debt.

Refund Policies

Tuition and Fees Resignation Refund Policy - Fall and Spring

A student who resigns from the University under the conditions listed below may receive a partial reduction of regular tuition, out-of-state tuition and student activity fees. The student must officially resign through the Registrar’s Office no later than the fourteenth day of classes to be eligible for a reduction of fees.

  1. A 100% refund will be made when a student completes resignation on or before the last day of late registration (per University calendar dates).
  2. A 90% refund will be made when a student completes resignation after the last day of late registration (per University calendar dates) through the eighth (8th) day of classes in a regular semester.
  3. A 50% refund will be made when a student completes resignation during the period of the ninth (9th) day through the fourteenth (14th) day of classes in a regular semester.

Students resigning with disciplinary action pending or those suspended for disciplinary reasons are not eligible for refunds.

Refunds will be applied to any existing indebtedness to the University prior to disbursement to a student.

Tuition and Fees Refund Policy – Summer

A student who drops from classes from any part of the Summer term will be given a 100% refund through the second day of class only. No further refunds for resignations are applicable. Students resigning with disciplinary action pending or those suspended for disciplinary reasons are not eligible for refunds.

Refunds will be applied to any existing indebtedness to the University prior to disbursement to a student.

Return of Title IV Funds Policy

Students that receive Title IV Financial Aid will be subject to the Return of Title IV Funds Policy if the student withdraws before completing 60% of the semester in which the student was disbursed Title-IV Aid.

The Return of Title IV Funds calculates the student’s percentage of earned aid by using the following formula:

The pro-rata percentage of earned aid =number of calendar days attended /number of calendar days in the enrollment period.

The number of calendar days attended is calculated by counting from the first day of the semester to the students official withdrawal date. The number of calendar days in the semester is calculated by counting from the first calendar day of the semester/summer session to the last calendar day of the semester/summer session. Weekends and holidays (excluding Mardi Gras and Spring Break) are included in the number of calendar days.

Note: Those students who stop attending classes and do not officially resign from the University will also be subject to this policy. All professors involved will be contacted to verify the last date of class attendance.

REMEMBER: Students who have direct deposit will have funds available on the published date. All paper checks will be mailed.

Tuition and Fees Chart

The University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors may adjust tuition, fees and costs for dining plans and housing at any time without providing notice to students.

2011-2012 Fall and Spring Semesters Tuition and Required Fees
 
Undergraduate Students Residents   Nonresidents
Tuition & Required Fees Tuition & Required Fees Nonresident Fee Total
12 hours AND ABOVE $2,550.45 $2,550.45 $3,973.00 $6,523.45
11 hours $2,379.45 $2,379.45 $3,642.00 $6,021.45
10 hours $2,219.45 $2,219.45 $3,311.00 $5,530.45
9 hours $2,059.45 $2,059.45 $2,980.00 $5,039.45
8 hours $1,898.45 $1,898.45 $2,649.00 $4,547.45
7 hours $1,738.45 $1,738.45 $2,317.00 $4,055.45
6 hours $1,578.45 $1,578.45 $ - $1,578.45
5 hours $1,418.45 $1,418.45 $ - $1,418.45
4 hours $1,259.45 $1,259.45 $ - $1,259.45
3 hours $ 789.00 $ 789.00 $ - $ 789.00
2 hours $ 580.00 $ 580.00 $ - $ 580.00
1 hour $ 420.00 $ 420.00 $ - $ 420.00

Pharmacy Professional Doctorate Students - PHARM D

12 hours AND ABOVE
Includes $4650 Professional Fee
$8,763.45 $8,763.45 $6,643.00 $15,406.45

Undergraduate Part of Term II and Winter will be charged $171.00 per hour.

Graduate Students      Residents   Nonresidents
Tuition & Required Fees Tuition & Required Fees Nonresident Fee Total
12 hours AND ABOVE $2,529.45 $2,529.45 $3,977.00 $6,506.45
11 hours $2,502.45 $2,502.45 $3,977.00 $6,479.45
10 hours $2,475.45 $2,475.45 $3,977.00 $6,452.45
9 hours $2,448.45 $2,448.45 $3,977.00 $6,425.45
8 hours $2,229.45 $2,229.45 $3,535.00 $5,764.45
7 hours $2,028.45 $2,028.45 $3,093.00 $5,121.45
6 hours $1,827.45 $1,827.45 $2,651.00 $4,478.45
5 hours $1,625.45 $1,625.45 $2,209.00 $3,834.45
4 hours $1,424.45 $1,424.45 $1,767.00 $3,191.45
3 hours $ 910.00 $ 910.00 $ - $ 910.00
2 hours $ 664.00 $ 664.00 $ - $ 664.00
1 hour $ 463.00 $ 463.00 $ - $ 463.00

Graduate Part of Term II and Winter will be charged $217.00 per hour.

 

The University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors may adjust tuition, fees and costs for dining plans and housing at any time without providing notice to students.

2011-2012 Summer Part of Term 1 and 10 Week Full Term

 

Graduate Students Residents   Nonresidents
Tuition & Required Fees Tuition & Required Fees Nonresident Fee Total
12 hours AND ABOVE $2.012.41 $2,012.41 $3,648.45 $5,660.86
11 hours $1,985.41 $1,985.41 $3,648.45 $5,633.86
10 hours $1,958.41 $1,958.41 $3,648.45 $5,606.86
9 hours $1,931.41 $1,931.41 $3,648.45 $5,579.86
8 hours $1,746.86 $1,746.86 $3,243.06 $4,989.92
7 hours $1,563.71 $1,563.71 $2,837.68 $4,401.39
6 hours $1,380.56 $1,380.56 $2,432.29 $3,812.85
5 hours $1,197.41 $1,197.41 $2,026.91 $3,224.32
4 hours $ 1,014.81 $1,014,81 $1,621.53 $2,636.34
3 hours $ 742.64 $ 742.64 $ - $ 742.64
2 hours $ 502.69 $ 502.69 $ - $ 502.69
1 hour $ 319.54 $ 319.54 $ - $ 319.54

Graduate Summer Part of Term II and Maymester will be charged $271.00 per hour

 

2011-2012 Summer Part of Term 1 and 10 Week Full Term

 

Undergraduate Students Residents   Nonresidents
Tuition & Required Fees Tuition & Required Fees Nonresident Fee Total
12 hours AND ABOVE $2,023.26 $2,023.26 $3,644.76 $5,668.02
11 hours $1,882.16 $1,882.16 $3,341.03 $5,223.19
10 hours $1,736.96 $1,736.96 $3,037.31 $4,774.27
9 hours $1,591.76 $1,591.76 $2,733.58 $4,325.34
8 hours $1,446.01 $1,446.01 $2,429.85 $3,875.86
7 hours $1,300.26 $1,300.26 $2,126.11 $3,426.37
6 hours $1,155.06 $1,155.06 $ - $1,155.06
5 hours $ 1,009.31 $ 1,009.31 $ - $1,009.31
4 hours $ 864.66 $ 864.66 $ - $ 864.66
3 hours $ 630.44 $ 630.44 $ - $ 630.44
2 hours $ 427.34 $ 427.34 $ - $ 427.34
1 hour $ 282.14 $ 282.14 $ - $ 282.14

Undergrad Summer Part of Term II and Maymester will be charged $171.00 per hour

Pharmacy Professional Doctorate Students - PHARM D

12 hours AND ABOVE
Includes $3500 Professional Fee
$7,595.46 $7,595.46 $6,094.20 $13,689.66

 

The University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors may adjust tuition, fees and costs for dining plans and housing at any time without providing notice to students.

2011-2012 Fall and Spring Semesters Professional Program Fees

 

Medical Laboratory Science
Dental Hygiene
Marriage and Family Therapy
Nursing
Nursing Testing Fee
Occupational Therapy

$250.00
$250.00
$250.00
$250.00
$ 60.00
$ 250.00

Pharmacy - PHARM D
Pharmacy - Graduate
Radiologic Technology
Speech-Language Pathology
Toxicology
 

$4,650.00
$100.00
$250.00
$250.00
$250.00
 

 

2011-2012 Summer Professional Program Fees

 

Medical Laboratory Science
Dental Hygiene
Marriage and Family Therapy
Nursing
Nursing Testing Fee
Occupational Therapy

$125.00
$125.00
$125.00
$125.00
$125.00
$125.00

Pharmacy - PHARM D
Pharmacy - Graduate
Radiologic Technology
Speech-Language Pathology
Toxicology
 

$4,650.00
$100.00
$125.00
$125.00
$125.00