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Student Expenses for 2016-2017

Regular Charges and Fees for 2016-2017

Tuition $ 25,788
Fees $ 710
Room Standard Double Room $ 3,528
Harter Hall $ 4,830
Baer Apts $ 4,830
Terra Nova Property $ 8,000
Board Standard (305 block) $ 4,883
10-meal (160 block) $ 3,000
Total Charges Standard $34,876

 

Tuition – Full Time
$ 25,788
Includes twelve (12) to sixteen (16) hours for fall and spring term and four (4) hours in interterm.
Excess hours over sixteen (16) hours: $ 250 per hour

Tuition – Part Time
1-7 hours: $ 430 per hour
8 to 11 hours: $ 750 per hour

Tuition – Summer School
Undergraduate: $ 430 per hour
ACCK Courses: $ 300 per hour

Room
Double Room: (see above)
McPherson College is a residential college. All unmarried students age 23 and under not living with their parents live in residence halls.
Singl
e rooms may be available at an additional $800/semester to the double room charge.

Board
305 block: $ 4,883
160 block: $ 3,000 (required for all off-campus athletes and Baer students)

General Fee
$ 710
The general fee is assessed to all full-time students to assist in covering the costs associated with student activities, computer support, student life, athletics, and Student Government Association.

Student Insurance
To be determined. Proof of Insurance is needed for student athletes and international students.

Part-Time Fee
3-7 hours: $ 30 per term
8-11 hours: $ 50 per term

Graduate Tuition
McPherson students: $ 375 per hour
Milwaukee students: $ 460 3 credit course, $ 175 1 credit course

Special Charges and Fees

Admission
Enrollment Deposit: $ 150/$ 250 for Automotive Restoration. $ 100/$ 200 is applied to the student account.
Deposit is refundable before May 1.

Records
Late Payment Arrangement: $ 100 after August 1
Each change of schedule: $ 50 (drop and add after the first two (2) weeks of term)
Official Transcript: $ 8
Returned Check Charge: $ 30

Special Classes
Auditing Courses, per hour: $ 50
Senior Citizen Audit Fee: $ 25
The Vice President for Academic Affairs determines which courses may be audited. Restoration technology, studio art classes, and private music lessons may not be audited. Permission to audit is granted on a space available basis.
Private Music Lessons: $ 150 per semester hour in addition to regular tuition

Piano rental for Class Piano: $ 50
Instrument Rental: $ 50 per instrument
Student Teaching: $ 125 per semester
Auto Restoration Fee: $ 65 per class ($ 90 for TE152 Sheet Metal)
Maximum for Auto Restoration per semester: $ 260

Individual & Dual Sport I & II Fee: $ 25 per class

Studio Art Courses

G-AR 101 Drawing I: $ 125
AR 210 Drawing II
: $ 125
G-AR 102 Painting I
: $ 125
AR 202 Painting II
: $ 125
G-AR 131 Ceramics 1
: $ 125
AR 231 Ceramics II
: $ 125
AR 103 Elementary Design
: $ 125
AR 315 Metalsmithing
: $ 125
G-AR 350 Sculpture I
: $ 125
AR 355 Sculpture II
: $ 125
AR 203 Photography I
: $ 225
AR 303 Photography II
: $ 225
AR 333 Commercial Photography I
: $ 225
AR 363 Commercial Photography II
: $ 225
AR 403 Photography Portfolio Development
: $ 225
AR 425 Concentrated Studies: $ 125
AR 475A Senior Concentration
: $ 125

Graphic Design Courses

AR 130 Design Software: $ 225
AR 205 Multi-Media Software
: $ 225
AR 230 Graphic Design I
: $ 225
AR 235 Graphic Design II
: $ 225
AR 320 Typography & Logo Branding:
$ 225
AR 330 Graphic Design III:
$ 225
AR 475G Graphic Design IV
:
$ 225
AR 335 Interactive Software
:
$ 225
AR 470 Graphic Design Senior Show
:
$ 225

Art History Courses

Art History I: $ 100
Art History II
: $ 100
Contemporary Design
: $ 25

Graduation

Graduation Fee-undergraduate: $ 75
Graduation Fee-graduate: $ 100

Athletic Insurance

$630

Payment of Accounts

After the first two weeks of the semester, full-time students who choose to drop classes and therefore become part-time will not receive a refund or reduction in charges or financial aid. It is possible that a student who withdraws during the refund period will still have an outstanding balance due the college.

Refunds

Students who receive Title IV funds and who withdraw before completing 60 percent of the semester will be required to return unearned Title IV funds in accordance with federal regulations. The same refund policy applies to institutional, state, and outside aid. The percentage of the semester that the student completes is determined by dividing the number of days the student attended by the number of days in the semester. Calendar days are used, but breaks of at least five calendar days are excluded. Tuition, fees, room and board charges will be pro-rated at the same rate. There will be no refunds given after the ninth week of the semester. Bookstore charges, fines, and other personal costs are not pro-rated and are non-refundable.

After the first two weeks of the semester, full-time students who choose to drop classes and therefore become part-time will not receive a refund or reduction in charges or financial aid. It is possible that a student who withdraws during the refund period will still have an outstanding balance due the college.