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Financial
Student Affairs



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Policy Title:
Tuition Schedule

Document Number:
7815

Effective Date:
July 08, 2014


This policy item applies to:
State-Operated Campuses
Table of Contents
Summary

Policy
Definitions
Other Related Information
Procedures
Forms
Authority
History
Appendices


Summary

This policy sets forth the tuition charges at the State-operated campuses of the State University of New York (University).


Policy

Tuition charges as listed in the following table for categories of students, terms and programs as defined in University policy, and as modified, amplified or explained in footnotes 1 through 9 are effective with the 2014 fall term and thereafter.

 

 

Charge per Semester

Charge per Semester credit hour1
Special Students

New York State residents

Out-of-State residents

New York State residents

Out-of-State residents

(1)

Students enrolled in degree-granting undergraduate programs leading to an associate degree and non-degree granting programs of at least one regular academic term in duration which have been approved as eligible for Tuition Assistance Program Awards

$3,085

$7,910

$4,8702

$5,1703

$5,3204

 $7,6605

 

$257

$2576

 

 

$659

$4062

$4313

$4434

$6385

$2576

(2)

Students enrolled in degree-granting undergraduate programs leading to a baccalaureate degree and non-degree granting programs of at least one regular academic term in duration which have been approved as eligible for Tuition Assistance Program Awards

$3,085

$7,910

$9,7957

$8,9058

$4,6309

$257

$659

$8167

$7428

$3869

(3)

Students enrolled in graduate programs (other than Masters of Business Administration, Architecture, Social Work or Physician Assistant) leading to a Master’s, Doctor’s or equivalent degree

$5,185

$10,095

$7,7809

$432

$841

$6489

(4)

Students enrolled in a graduate program leading to a Masters of Business Administration (MBA)

$6,610

$11,085

$551

$924

(5)

Students enrolled in a graduate program leading to a Masters of Architecture

$5,960

$10,095

$497

$841

(6)

Students enrolled in a graduate program leading to a Masters of Social Work

$5,940

$10,095

$495

$841

(7)

Students enrolled in the professional program of pharmacy

$11,870

$23,015

$989

$1,918

(8)

Students enrolled in the professional program of law

$11,975

$20,920

$998

$1,743

(9)

Students enrolled in the professional program of  medicine

$17,545

$30,125

$1,462

$2,510

(10)

Students enrolled in the professional program of dentistry

$15,120

$31,475

$1,260

 $2,623

(11)

Students enrolled in the professional programs of physical therapy and doctor of nursing practice

$10,655

$19,490

$888

$1,624

(12)

Students enrolled in the professional program of optometry

$12,040

$21,870

$1,003

$1,823

(13)

Students enrolled in the professional program of physician assistant

$5,900

$12,005

$492

$1,000

 

1 The Chancellor shall determine the equivalent of a credit hour.

2 In accordance with Chapter 309 of the Laws of 1996, and enabling action by the Board of Trustees, the Colleges of Technology at Alfred, Canton, Cobleskill, Delhi and Morrisville are authorized to charge a lower rate for non-resident students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to an associate degree or in non-degree granting programs.  This reduced rate does not apply to those students in degree-granting programs leading to a baccalaureate degree.  Alfred is authorized to charge the rate noted effective with the fall 2014 term.

 

In accordance with Chapter 309 of the Laws of 1996, and enabling action by the Board of Trustees, the Colleges of Technology at Alfred, Canton, Cobleskill, Delhi and Morrisville are authorized to charge a lower rate for non-resident students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to an associate degree or in non-degree granting programs.  This reduced rate does not apply to those students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to a baccalaureate degree.  Canton and Delhi are authorized to charge the rate noted effective with the fall 2014 term.

In accordance with Chapter 309 of the Laws of 1996, and enabling action by the Board of Trustees, the Colleges of Technology at Alfred, Canton, Cobleskill, Delhi and Morrisville are authorized to charge this lower rate for non-resident students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to an associate degree or in non-degree granting programs.  This reduced rate does not apply to those students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to a baccalaureate degree. Morrisville is authorized to charge the rate noted effective with the fall 2014 term. 

In accordance with Chapter 309 of the Laws of 1996, and enabling action by the Board of Trustees, the Colleges of Technology at Alfred, Canton, Cobleskill, Delhi and Morrisville are authorized to charge a lower rate for non-resident students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to an associate degree or in non-degree granting programs. This reduced rate does not apply to those students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to a baccalaureate degree. Cobleskill is authorized to charge the rate noted effective with the fall 2014 term. 

In accordance with Chapter 309 of the Laws of 1996, and enabling action by the Board of Trustees, the Colleges of Technology at Alfred, Canton, Cobleskill, Delhi and Morrisville are authorized to charge this lower rate for special students (part-time) enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to an associate degree or in non-degree granting programs, and taking classes at off-campus locations or during the summer or winter intercessions. This reduced rate does not apply to those students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to a baccalaureate degree.

7  In accordance with the NY-SUNY 2020 Challenge Grant Program Act, the University Centers at Buffalo and Stony Brook are authorized to charge this rate for non-resident undergraduate students.

8 In accordance with the NY-SUNY 2020 Challenge Grant Program Act, the University Centers at Binghamton and Albany are authorized to charge this rate for non-resident undergraduate students.

9 As authorized by the Board of Trustees (2010-081), Maritime College is authorized to charge up to this rate for non-resident students from states considered to be in-region (Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Virginia, and Washington D.C.).

 

Time and Method of Payment - Additional Guidelines

The chancellor shall issue regulations concerning the time and method of payment of all fees included in this section, and shall issue such other guidelines as shall be necessary to implement the definitions, regulations and schedule of rates adopted herewith.

Waiver of Tuition

Various tuition waiver programs that are in effect are:

Refunds of Tuition

For Refund of Tuition see Refunds, Refunds - Tuition and Fees, Refunds to Students whose Programs Drop below 12 Credit Hours or Refunds – Fiscal and Preparing Special Charge Voucher for Refunds.


Definitions

There are no definitions relevant to this policy.


Other Related Information

 




Procedures

There are no procedures relevant to this policy.


Forms

There are no forms relevant to this policy.


Authority

NYS Education Law §355 (Powers and duties of trustees – administrative and fiscal functions)

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 14 –  adopted September, 2014.


History

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 13 -060 adopted September 18, 2013.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 12 – 065 adopted September 12, 2012.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 11 – 107   adopted September 20, 2011.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 10 – 161 adopted November 17, 2010.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 09 –  047 adopted May 12, 2009.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 08 – 153 adopted November 18, 2008.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 08 – 152 adopted November 18, 2008.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 08 – 108 adopted June 17, 2008.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 07 – 123 adopted September 27, 2007.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 04 – 120 adopted September 14, 2004.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 03 – 66 adopted June 30, 2003.

 

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolutions 02 – 51 and 02 – 52 adopted April 23, 2002.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 01 – 77 adopted May 22, 2001.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolutions 00 – 94 and 00 – 95 adopted May 31, 2000.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 99 – 161 adopted October 26, 1999.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 98 – 90 adopted June 23, 1998.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 96 – 205 adopted November 19, 1996.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 96 – 146 adopted September 25, 1996.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution 95 – 140 adopted June 27, 1995.


Appendices

There are no appendices relevant to this policy.