Appendix A - Current Tuition, Fees, & Room and Board Charges

Southern Illinois University of Carbondale
  1. Illinois Residents per term:
    Annual tuition for full-time students (15 hours per semester for undergraduate students, 12 hours per semester for graduate students, and 15 hours per semester for law students)

A.    Regular Tuition Program

SIU Carbondale
Undergraduates*1,5 Per Hour Charge Semester Rate Annual Rate Annual $ Increase Percent Increase
  New Students Guaranteed Rate(FY18) $315.00 $4,725.00 $9,450.00 $351.00 3.9%
  Guaranteed Fall 2016 Cohort(FY17) $303.30 $4,549.50 $9,099 $0 0.0%
  Guaranteed Fall 2015 Cohort (FY16) $294.50 $4,417.50 $8,835 $0.00 0.0%
  Guaranteed Fall 2014 Cohort (FY15) $280.50 $4,207.50 $8,415 $0.00 0.0%
  Guaranteed Fall 2013 Cohort (FY14) $280.50 $4,207.50 $8,415 $0.00 0.0%
  Guaranteed Fall 2012 Cohort (FY13) $280.50 $4,207.50 $8,415 $0 0.00%
  Continuing Tuition Rate Fall 2011 Cohort (FY12) $315.00 $4,725.00 $9,450.00 $1,281.00 15.7%
  Non-Guaranteed Rate (Prior to Fall 2011) $315.00 $4,725.00 $9,450.00 $351.00 3.9%
Graduates*2,5 $460.40 $5,524.80 $11,049.60 $525.60 5.0%
Physician Assistant**3,4 $866.20 $15,833.60 $31,667.20 $1,176.20 3.9%
School of Law*3 $536.50 $8,047.50 $16,095.00 $766.50 5.0%
School of Medicine**3 $751.19 $15,775.00 $31,550.00 $918.00 3.0%

* Undergraduate and Graduate (except Law) tuition assessment is capped at 15 hours per semester. Newly entering Undergraduate or Graduate students who enter in the Fall 2016 semester or thereafter will pay the uncapped credit hour rate for tuition.  (5/8/14), (3/24/16)
** School of Medicine per hour charge based on 21 hours per semester for the MD program and 22 hours per semester for the PA program.  Annual Rate based on two semesters. (3/24/16)

Notes:
1) New entering and continuing international student tuition is 2.5 times the Undergraduate rate unless they qualify for an Alternate Tuition Program.  (5/13/10, 5/10/12, 11/08/12, 5/9/13, 11/14/13, 2/9/17)
2) New entering and continuing non-resident student tuition is 2.5 times the in-state rate unless they qualify for an Alternate Tuition Program. (2/9/17)
3) Non-resident tuition is 3.0 times the in-state rate for the Medical School M.D. Program. For the PA Program, non-resident tution is 1.5 times the in-state rate for the Medical School PA rate portion and 2.5 times the in-state rate for the Graduate School rate portion. For FY2018, the non-resident tuition rate for the School of Law will be $1,232.50 per credit hour.  (5/12/11, 5/10/12, 5/9/13, 11/14/13, 4/16/15, 3/24/16, 2/9/17)
4) Students in the Master of Science Degree in Physician Assistant Studies (PA) will be assessed $405.80 per uncapped credit hour in addition to the Graduate School tuition rate of $460.40, for the first 15 credit hours. All credit hours in excess of 15 will be assessed at $405.80 per credit hour.  A one-year Master of Science Completion Program will be offered for a limited time to Physician Assistants currently in practice holding Bachelor of Science degrees for a reduced rate of $207.00 per uncapped credit hour in addition to the Graduate School tuition rate.  First year PA students take 44 credit hours/AY (Fall 22 credits; Spring 22 credits).    (5/12/11), (3/24/16), (2/9/17)
5)  Beginning Fall 2008 (FY2009), the College of Business implemented a 15% differential tuition surcharge for new entering Undergraduate and Graduate students with a declared College of Business major.  The differential tuition surcharge for both in-state and out-of-state students will be assessed on the applicable in-state tuition rate and will be capped at 15 credit hours per semester.  Also beginning Fall 2008 (FY2009), the College of Business implemented a Minor Program Fee that is equal to 15% of 15 credit hours of applicable in-state tuition for new entering Undergraduate students with a declared College of Business minor. Beginning Fall 2016 and thereafter, newly entering Undergraduate or Graduate students who declare a College of Business major or minor will pay the uncapped credit hour rate for the differential tuition surcharge. (3/24/16)

The rate for these students will be as follows:
  Per Hour Semester Annual Minor Prog Fee
  New Undergraduate Fall 2017 Guaranteed Rate (FY18) $362.30 $5,434.50 $10,869.00  
  Guaranteed Fall 2016 Undergraduate Cohort (FY17) $348.80 $5,232.00 $10,464.00  
  Guaranteed Fall 2015 Undergraduate Cohort (FY16) $338.70 $5,080.50 $10,161.00  
  Guaranteed Fall 2014 Undergraduate Cohort (FY15) $322.60 $4,839.00 $9,678.00  
  Guaranteed Fall 2013 Undergraduate Cohort (FY14) $322.60 $4,839.00 $9,678.00  
  Guaranteed Fall 2012 Undergraduate Cohort (FY13) $322.60 $4,839.00 $9,678.00  
  Non-Guaranteed Rate Undergraduate Cohort (FY09-FY12) $362.30 $5,434.50 $10,869.00  
  Graduate Students (new entering in FY09-FY18 &) $529.50 $6,354.00 $12,708.00  
  Minor Program Fee-New UG Fall 2017 Guaranteed Rate (FY18)       $709.00
  Minor Program Fee-Guaranteed Fall 2016 UG Cohort (FY17)       $683.00
  Minor Program Fee-Guaranteed Fall 2015 UG Cohort (FY16)       $663.00
  Minor Program Fee-Guaranteed Fall 2014 UG Cohort (FY15)       $631.50
  Minor Program Fee-Guaranteed Fall 2013 UG Cohort (FY14)       $631.50
  Minor Program Fee-Guaranteed Fall 2012 UG Cohort (FY13)       $631.50
  Minor Program Fee-Continuing Tuition Rate UG Cohort (FY09-FY12)       $709.00

(5/9/13, 11/14/13, 4/17/14, 4/16/15, 9/10/15, 3/24/16, 2/9/17)

B.    Alternate Tuition Programs

  1. All new graduate students from MO, KY, IN, TN & AR who enter in the Fall of 2009 or thereafter will pay an alternate tuition rate of 1.0 times the applicable in-state rate (excludes Medicine, Law and Physician Assistant Studies).  All new graduate students from IA and WI who enter in the Fall of 2014 or thereafter will pay an alternate tuition rate of 1.0 times the applicable in-state rate (excludes Medicine, Law and Physician Assistant Studies.) (2/9/17)
  2. International students who qualify as high-achieving new first-time freshmen and new first-time transfer students who enter in the Fall of 2013 or thereafter will pay an alternate tuition rate of 1.0 the applicable in-state Undergraduate tuition rate (excludes Medicine, Law & Physician Assistant Studies). Students who qualify as high-achieving non-resident first-time students in a graduate program who enter in the fall 2015 or therafter will pay an alternate tuition rate of 1.0 time the applicable in-state Graduate tuition rate (excludes Medicine, Law and Physician Assistant Studies). (4/16/15), (2/9/17)
  3. Newly entering Graduate students who enter in the Fall 2013 or thereafter who are (i) actively serving in the United States Armed Forces or (ii) those who have been honorably discharged will pay an alternative tuition rate of 1.0 times the current in-state tuition rate. (2/9/17)
  4. Newly entering freshman or transfer Undergraduate students who enter in the Fall 2011 or thereafter who have parent(s) or legal guardian(s) who are graduates of Southern Illinois University Carbondale will pay an alternate tuition rate of 0.8 times the applicable Undergraduate tuition rate (excludes Medicine, Law and Physician Assistant Studies). (2/9/17)
  5. Students who are active duty military members, in all branches and including Active Guard and Reserve (AGR) and Guard and Reserve members called to Active Duty, and who enter in Fall 2015 or there after, will pay an alternate tuition rate per credit hour equal to the maximum allowable benefit provided to such students by the Department of Defense's Military Tuition Assistance Program. All Students will pay the appropriate on-campus general student fees as listed in 4 Policies of the Board, Appendix A, 6 or off-campus course fees as listed in 4 Policies of the Board Appendix A, 26. This alternate tuition rate will not apply to academic programs in the professional schools of Law and Medicine or to the online MBA, online Masters of Accountancy and online Masters of Science in Supply Chain Management and Engineering. The College of Business differential tuition surcharge shall not be applied to active duty military students. (4/16/15, 3/24/16, 2/9/17)
  6. Graduate Students entering the online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management and Engineering executive education degree program in the Fall 2016 or thereafter will be assessed a tuition rate of $854 per credit hour. There is no in-state/out-of-state differential rate on students enrolled in this program and students are not subject to other fees. (9/10/15)
  7. Graduate students entering the online Mater of Business Administration program in the Fall 2009 or thereafter will be assessed a tuition rate of $854 per credit hour. There is no in-state/out-of-state differential rate on students enrolled in this program and students are not subject to other fees. (9/10/15)
  8. Graduate students entering the online Master of Accountancy program in the Fall 2009 or thereafter will be assessed a tuition rate of $854 per credit hour. There is no in-state/out-of-state differential rate on students enrolled in this program and students are not subject to other fees. (9/10/15)
  9. (11/14/13), (4/16/15), (9/10/15), (3/24/16) (2/09/17)
    1. SIUC School of Medicine

      General Fees. Students enrolled in the School of Medicine shall pay the general student fees approved by the Board (4 Policies B-6) with the following exceptions. Students attending the Springfield Medical Facility, including those enrolled in programs, shall be exempt from paying:

      1. Student Recreation Fee
      2. Student Center Fee
      3. Athletic Fee
      4. Revenue Bond Fee
      5. Students' Attorney Program Fee
      6. Campus Recreation Fee
      7. Mass Transit Fee
      8. Student-to-Student Grant Fee
      9. Student Services Building Fee (5/2/06)
      10. Information Technology Fee (5/2/06)
      11. Facilities Maintenance Fee (4/12/07)
      12. Green Fee (5/7/09)
      13. Student Media Fee (06/24/14)

      Funds collected from the Student Medical Benefit -- Primary Care Fee for these students shall be paid to the Family Practice Center in Springfield to provide comparable health care for these students. (Note: These students participate in the same extended care coverage as the Carbondale students.)

    2. SIU Professional Schools: Nonresident Tuition

      Non-Resident student tuition is three times the in-state rate for all SIU Professional Schools (e.g., Law, Dental, and Medicine except for Pharmacy. The Pharmacy multiplier is 1.4 times the in-state rate. (10/14/2004)

    3. Course Fees

    4. a. Department of Aviation Management and Flight
      Effective Fall Semester, 2017
    Course Name Rates
    AF 199 Intermediate Flight/
    Program Transition
    $4,764
    AF 201A Primary Flight I $7,841
    AF 201B Primary Flight II $8,762
    AF 203 Flight Basic $12,363
    AF 204 Flight Intermediate $13,481

    AF 206A
    Flight Instrument I $5,812
    AF206B Flight Instrument II $7,839
    AF 207A Flight Advanced $9,988
    AF 207B Flight Multi-Engine Operations $8,062

    AF 300A
    Flight Instructor (Airplane) I $5,458
    AF300B Flight Instructor (Airplane) II $5,875
    AF 301 Flight Instructor/(Airplane-Multi-Engine) $2,685
    AF 302 Flight Instructor/(Airplane-Instrument) $2,461
    AF 304 Practicum in Air Carrier Ops $8,060
    AF 305 Airline Ops and Turbine Transitions Training $2,310
    AF 306 Intro to Technically Advanced
    Aircraft Ops
    $3,368

    Course fees do not include potential fuel surcharge which may be implemented pending market conditions.  Required courses in the AAS in Aviation Flight offered by SIUC include AF 201A, 201B, 203, 204, 206A, 206B, 207A and 207B.  The remaining courses are offered as electives towards the completion of the baccalaureate degree.  (5/8/14)

    b. Dental Hygiene Program
    Effective Summer Session 2017

    DH 207C Pre-Clinic Instrumentation Up to $1,900*
    DH 320C Dental Hygiene Clinic Up to $600*

    *Fee to be set at actual costs of instruments and supplies

    c. Department of Forestry
    Effective Summer Session 2017

    Forest Resources Management Summer Camp Series:

    For 310C Silviculture Field Studies (1 cr hr) Up to $125*
    For 314C Forest Protection Field Studies (2 cr hrs) Up to $250*
    For 351C Measurements Field Studies (2cr hr) Up to $250*
    For 360C Forest Industries Field Studies (1 cr hr) Up to $125*
    Total for four course series: Up to $750*

    FOR 422C Park and Wildlands Management Camp Up to $750*

    *Fee to be set at actual costs of the camp.


5. Tuition and all mandatory student fees shall be refunded to students who officially withdraw from the university by the following deadlines: 

 A 100% refund of tuition and mandatory student fees shall be refunded to students who officially withdraw from the University by the deadlines outlined below:

Duration of Course Last Date to Withdraw to Receive a Full Refund*
8 weeks or more Last day of 2nd week
4 weeks and less than 8 weeks Last day of 1st week
Less than 4 weeks 1st class meeting
A partial refund of 50% of tuition shall be given to students who officially withdraw from the University by the deadlines outlined below:
Duration of Course Last Date to Withdraw to Receive a 50% Tuition Refund*
8 weeks or more Last day of 4th week
4 weeks and less than 8 weeks Last day of 2nd week
2 weeks and less than 4 weeks 4th class meeting
less than 2 weeks 2nd class meeting
Students enrolled in courses of 8 weeks or more duration and receive a 50% refund of tuition shall be given a 100% refund of mandatory student fees if they officially withdraw from the University by the last day of the third week.

For all other students who receive a 50% refund of tuition, no mandatory student fees shall be refunded.

Students who receive a 50% tuition refund will be assessed an administrative fee of $100.00.

*Eligibility for full or 50% tuition refund determined by the beginning date of the course and the last day of the student's attendance (i.e., the date the student officially withdraws from the University).


No tuition or mandatory student fees shall be refunded after the deadlines stated above except for students entering military service for six months or longer, students called to active military duty at a time of national need, and students in grave circumstances who demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Chancellor or the Chancellor's designee that, for reasons beyond their control, they are unable to continue their educational program. Nothing in this policy shall preclude the Chancellor from complying with any applicable law or regulation. The tuition and mandatory student fees shall be refunded on the basis of criteria and procedures established by the Chancellor of SIUC and approved by the President. (2/14/02, 3/13/03, 7/10/08)
  1. General student fee schedule approved by the Board for Southern Illinois University Carbondale in effect Fall Semester:
a. Fees: Capped at 12 Credit Hours (1) (Per Credit Hour Per Semester) Effective
Fall 2016
Effective
Fall 2017
Student Recreation Fee(1) $11.22 $11.22
Campus Recreation Fee(1) $0.72 $0.72
Student Activity Fee(1) $3.88 $3.88
Student Center Fee(1) $12.34 $12.34
Mass Transit Fee(1) $4.21 $4.21
Revenue Bond Fee(1) $4.95 $4.95
Student Media Fee(1) $0.75 $0.75
Green Fee(1) $0.84 $0.84
Student Services Building Fee(1) $6.67 $6.67
b. Fees: Flat Rate (Per Semester) Effective
Fall 2016
Effective
Fall 2017

Student Medical Benefit:
Student Health Fee(2)

Student Medical Benefit:
Student Insurance Fee(3)

$219.00 (4/14/11)


$625.00

$219.00 (5/08/14)


$675.00 (2/9/17)
Student-to-Student Grant Fee(4) $3.00 $3.00
Students' Attorney Fee $6.00 (5/7/09) $6.00 (5/7/09)
c. Fees: Uncapped (Per Credit Hour Per Semester) (5) Effective
Fall 2016
Effective
Fall 2017
Athletic Fee(5) $26.25 $26.25
Information Technology Fee(5) $7.00 $7.00 (5/8/14)
Facilities Maintenance Fee(5) $19.50 $19.50 (4/16/15)

(1) Capped at 12 hours/semester. (3/13/03)
(2) Summer rates for Student Health Fee: 2017, $131.40   (2/9/17)
(3) Summer rates for Student Insurance Fee: 2017, $231.00: 2018 $263.00 (Effective Summer 2005, Summer rates only assessed to students not enrolled the preceding Spring Semester.) (4/16/15), (3/24/16), (2/9/17)
(4) Student-to-Student Grant: Amount refundable upon student's request within specified period of time. Graduate and professional students do not pay this fee.
(5) Students entering in Fall 2013 and thereafter pay the uncapped credit hour rate for Information Technology Fee and Facilities Management Fee. Students entering prior to Fall 2013 have those rates capped at 12 credit hours. Students entering in Fall 2015 and thereafter pay the uncapped credit hour rate for Athletics Fee. Students entering prior to Fall 2015 have the rate capped at 12 credit hours. (4/16/15)
  1. Students enrolled in the Evening and Weekend Program shall pay tuition and general student fees approved by the Board of Trustees with the following exceptions:

    • Student Medical Benefit Fee
    • Athletic Fee
    • Student-to-Student Grant Program Fee
  2. Student Recreation Fee: The approved Student Recreation Fee shall be collected from each full-time student and shall be deposited in the Student Recreation Fund for Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. This fee shall be reduced 1/12 for each semester hour less than 12.

    1. Funds generated from this fee shall be used to support the debt service expense (operational expenses of the Student Recreation Center) and to fund the Student Recreation Repair and Replacement Reserve.

    2. The Student Recreation Repair and Replacement Reserve shall be funded in accordance with the covenants of the Recreational Facilities System Revenue Bonds, Series 1988. Since these covenants require funding based on only the new portion of the building, this Board hereby authorizes and requires that similar reserve funding requirements be applied to the original portion of the building. The Board Treasurer, with the concurrence of the Board Finance Committee, shall establish this required funding level. The maximum amount which shall be accumulated in this reserve will not exceed the amount of capital reserves allowed by the Legislative Audit Commission University Guidelines. These reserve funds shall be deposited into a special plant fund account, administered by the Board Treasurer, for repair, maintenance, and expansion of Student Recreation capital facilities.

  3. Athletic Fee: In order to provide a regularized source of funding for Men's and Women's Intercollegiate Athletic programs at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, a fee is established for each student. This fee shall be reduced 1/12 for each semester hour less than 12. The capped rate will not apply to new students entering for the Fall 2015 and thereafter. (4/16/15)

    1. Funds generated from this fee shall be distributed in a manner to provide equal opportunities for male and female athletes.

    2. Funds generated from a $5.00 portion of this fee shall be used to establish an "Intercollegiate Athletics Repair, Replacement, and Modernization Reserve," which shall have a maximum level to be determined by application of the Legislative Audit Commission University Guidelines. These reserve funds shall be used for repair, replacement, and modernization of facilities and equipment used for programs of intercollegiate athletics. (6/11/97)

  4. Student-to-Student Grant Program Fee: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale is authorized to participate in the "Student-to-Student Grant Program" administered by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission and a contribution of $3.00 per semester shall be collected from each on-campus undergraduate student enrolling at SIUC. The contribution shall apply without regard to the number of hours of academic work carried, and provision shall be made for a full refund of the "Student-to- Student Grant Program" contribution to any on-campus undergraduate student who requests a refund at the time of payment of fees or within 10 days thereafter. The net aggregate of money so collected shall be retained by the university in an identifiable, separate account and shall be used solely for the purposes of making scholarship grants to qualified on-campus undergraduate students enrolled in SIUC and for application toward obtaining matching grants from the Illinois Student Assistance Commission pursuant to 110 ILCS 947/1 except as provided below. (3/13/03)

    The net aggregate of money collected through the "Student-to- Student Grant Program" from on-campus undergraduate international students will be retained by the university in the Student-to-Student Grant account but identified as money to be used for international students through the use of a separate aid code and shall be used solely for the purpose of making scholarship grants to qualified on-campus undergraduate international students enrolled in SIUC and shall not be matched by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission.

  5. Student Activity Fee: A Student Activity Fee shall be collected from each student to be used in support of student activities and welfare. This fee shall be reduced 1/12 for each semester hour less than 12.

    1. Funds generated from a $18.60 portion of this fee shall be used for support of student organizations and programming. (5/10/01)

    2. Funds generated from a $2.63 portion of this fee shall be used to support a program of campus safety. (6/8/06, 5/10/12, 5/8/14)

    3. Funds generated from a $11.75 portion of this fee shall be used to construct or lease a child-care facility and in support of a program of day care for student dependents through Rainbow's End child development center. (6/8/06, 5/10/12)

    4. Funds generated from a $5.50 portion of this fee shall be used for enhanced support of fine arts activities. (5/10/01, 3/13/03)

    5. Funds generated from a $8.00 portion of this fee shall be used in support of student programming initiatives by the Student Programming Council.  (5/9/13)

    6. That portion of the funds generated from the fee paid by the medical students at the Springfield facility, including those enrolled in programs of physiology and pharmacology, shall be assessed at the rate of the Carbondale student activity fee and shall be allocated to support student organizations and programming at that location. (5/10/01, 5/8/03)

  6. Student Medical Benefit Fee: The Student Medical Benefit Fee shall comprise two separate but related components:

    1. SMB Student Health Fee: A flat fee shall be collected from each student to provide primary health care on campus for students. The summer rate shall be 60% of the rate for the previous fall semester.(4/16/15)

    2. SMB Student Insurance Fee: A flat fee shall be collected from each student to provide a program of medical insurance coverage through a program of health insurance.

    Authorization is granted for the expenditure of monies collected from this fee for a comprehensive program of health care for students at SIUC.

    A refund of the SMB Student Insurance Fee component of the Student Medical Benefit Fee components is authorized to the extent that the student is able to demonstrate duplicate medical insurance coverage and such proof is presented to the administrative director of the Student Health Program or such director’s designee. (6/13/96, 3/13/03, 7/14/11)

  7. Revenue Bond Fee: A Revenue Bond Fee shall be collected from each student. This fee shall be reduced 1/12 for each semester hour less than 12. Monies collected from this fee shall be used to compensate for the loss of available retained SIUC tuition fees pledged in support of the Southern Illinois University Housing and Auxiliary Facilities System Revenue Bonds, and, in such sums as may be approved by the Board from time to time, applied to the support of Evergreen Terrace Family Housing.

  8. Student Center Fee: A Student Center Fee shall be collected from each student. This fee shall be reduced 1/12 for each semester hour less than 12. Monies collected from this fee shall be used in support of the budget for the Student Center.

  9. Students' Attorney Program Fee: A flat fee shall be collected from each student to support the budget of the Students' Attorney Program.

  10. Campus Recreation Fee: A Campus Recreation Fee shall be collected from each student to be used in support of campus-wide recreation facilities and activities. The fee shall be reduced 1/12 for each semester hour less than 12.

  11. Mass Transit Fee: A Mass Transit Fee shall be collected from each student. This fee shall be reduced 1/12 for each semester hour less than 12. Funds generated from this fee shall be segregated for the purpose of supporting the operation of a mass transit system on the campus and into the surrounding community.

  12. University Housing

    1. Schedule of rates for University-operated single student housing at SIUC effective Summer Session 2017:
  Rate
In Dollars 2017 2018
Residence Halls — Per Semester $
  Double Occupancy    
    Thompson Point $2,968 $3,146
    Towers, University Hall $2,968 $3,146
  Single Room Increment    
    Thompson Point $1,724 $1,827
    Towers, University Hall $1,724 $1,827
  Break Housing (per night) $27 $29
Residence Hall - Summer Session - Per Night
  Double Occupancy $20 $21
  Single Room $26 $28
       
Wall and Grand Apartments - Per Semester - Furnished with utilities
  Single Room $3,779 $3,892
  Double Room $3,112 $3,205
  1. Schedule of rates for University-operated dining halls effective Summer Session 2017:
  2017 2018
Resident — Dining Plans Fall and Spring semesters
  Saluki Anytime Plan (unlimited + 6 guest meal passes included) $2,125 $2,165
Dining Plan Only - housing apartment residents and off-campus students    
  Block-20 Plan - 20 meals in dining facilities $186 $190
SIUC Leased Office Space
  Annual (without utilities & maintenance) $20,300  $20,300
  1. Schedule of rates for University-operated rental housing at SIUC effective July 1:
  2017 2018
Evergreen Terrace - Unfurnished plus charges for metered electricity    
  Two-bedroom apartment (unfurnished) $681 $701
  Three-bedroom apartment (unfurnished) $734 $756
  ET Undergrad room rental - small bedroom (furnished) $417 $430
  ET Undergrad room rental - large bedroom (furnished) $437 $450
Elizabeth Apartments - Furnished with utilities    
  Efficiency $621 $640

(2/9/17)

  1. Semester tuition schedule for the Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant, effective Summer Semester, 2004:
  Illinois
Resident
Illinois
Non-Resident
Summer Semester $2,040 $4,080
Fall Semester $4,080 $8,160
Spring Semester $4,080 $8,160
Total Per Year $10,200 $20,400
(11/9/95, 5/8/03)
  1. A Disability Insurance Program Fee shall be collected from each medical student to be used to cover the cost of disability insurance, according to the following schedule: Disability Insurance Benefits: $70.20, M-1/M-2; $87.76, M-3/M-4/M-5. (9/9/99)

  2. All student fees and other financial obligations to the University are payable in advance either by school terms or in appropriate installments under a plan or plans proposed by the Chancellor and approved by the President. No student shall be enrolled in classes in any educational unit until at least the first installment of fees shall have been paid, except upon specific authorization of the chief officer for student services. Each fee installment plan shall provide for appropriate regulatory fees and withdrawal of academic services and privileges for students who fail to perform their obligations under the plan.

  3. Student Services Building Fee: In order to provide a regularized source of funding for financing the Student Services Building, a fee is established for each student. This fee shall be reduced 1/12 for each semester hour less than 12. (5/2/06)

  4. Information Technology Fee: In order to provide a regularized source of funding for maintenance and improvements to the Information Technology network and fund the costs of a new student information system, a fee is established for each student. This fee shall be reduced 1/12 for each semester hour less than 12.  The capped rate will not apply to new students entering for the Fall 2013 and thereafter (5/2/06, 5/8/14)

  5. Facilities Maintenance Fee: In order to provide a regularized source of funding to partially cover the costs of utilities and the maintenance and improvement costs to the University facilities, a fee is established for each student. This fee will be charged to all incoming undergraduate students and all other students, effective Fall 2007, except students in a Guaranteed Tuition Plan prior to Fall 2007. This fee shall be reduced 1/12 for each semester hour less than 12. The capped rate will not apply to new students entering for the Fall 2013 and thereafter.  (4/12/07, 05/08/14)
  1. Green Fee:  To provide a regularized source of funding for on-campus renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainability projects and research, a fee is established for each student.  This fee shall be capped at 12 semester hours and be reduced 1/12 for each semester hour less than 12.  (5/7/09)
  1. Beginning Spring 2011, students registered for Distance Learning or Off-Campus courses are not required to pay mandatory student fees as listed in Appendix A.6 above, except for the Information Technology Fee, the Student Services Building Fee and the Student-to-Student Grant Fee.  Students registered in Distance Learning or Off-Campus courses will also be required to pay a Distance Learning Fee of $59.00 per credit hour in addition to tuition rates equivalent to rates listed in Appendix A.6 above.
  2. Students who are enrolled in both regular courses AND Distance Learning or Off-Campus courses will be charged the mandatory fees for regular course registration and the Distance Learning Fee.  (12/09/10)

  3. Student Media Fee:  To provide a regular source of funding for the operation of the Daily Egyptian, a fee is established for each student.  This fee shall be reduced 1/12 for each semester hour less than 12.  (6/24/14)

  4. Beginning Fall 2016, students registered for the online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management and Engineering program are not required to pay mandatory student fees. (9/10/15)

  5. Beginning Fall 2009, students registered for the online Master of Business Administration program or the online Master of Accountancy program are not required to pay mandatory student fees. (9/10/15)