Extended University Programs Tuition for Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 Semesters - Michigan Regional Locations

Students with total hours of 56 or more credit hours will be assessed their tuition costs at the upper-level tuition rate. This higher tuition rate takes effect at the time of the change in classification—which may be after the start of the semester or session—and the difference in tuition cost will be applied to the cost of the student's class schedule in progress at the time of the classification change, resulting in additional charges.

RESIDENT

Undergraduate-lower level—up to 55 credit hours

  • $422.86 per credit hour 

Undergraduate-upper level—56 or more credit hours

  • $467.34 per credit hour 

Graduate

  • $635.95 per credit hour

NON-RESIDENT - ADMITTED SUMMER I 2017 OR LATER

Undergraduate-lower level—up to 55 credit hours

  • $528.58 per credit hour

Undergraduate-upper level—56 or more credit hours

  • $584.17 per credit hour 

Graduate

  • $635.95 per credit hour 

NON-RESIDENT - ENROLLED SPRING 2017 OR EARLIER

Undergraduate-lower level—up to 55 credit hours

  • $1,037.36 per credit hour 

Undergraduate-upper level—56 or more credit hours

  • $1,155.06 per credit hour 

Graduate

  • $635.95 per credit hour 

MANDATORY FEES

  • New degree-seeking students will be charged a $300 records initiation fee the first semester, and students may be charged a laboratory or other supplemental fee per class.
  • A $60 per credit hour support fee will be charged for all undergraduate students.
  • Graduate students will be charged a $20 per course technology fee.

Please note: Students enrolled in a combination of courses on the main campus and online who fall in the flat rate credit hour range may see an adjustment on their account to reflect the flat rate minus the online support fee of $60/credit hour. The $20 per course EUP technology fee will not be charged for the undergraduate online courses.

These tuition rates do not apply to students in the Haworth College of BusinessCollege of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and College of Fine Arts.