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

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

A.  Regular Tuition Program

SIU Edwardsville
Undergraduates Per Hour Charge Semester Rate Annual Rate Annual $ Increase Percent Increase
  New Students Guaranteed Rate (FY18)1,6,7 $292.40 $4,386.00 $8,772.00 $420.00 5.0%
  Guaranteed Fall 2016 Cohort  (FY17)1,6 $278.40 $4,176.00 $8,352.00 $0 0.0%
  Guaranteed Fall 2015 Cohort  (FY16)1,6 $255.40 $3,831.00 $7,662.00 $0 0.0%
  Guaranteed Fall 2014 Cohort  (FY15)1,6 $243.20 $3,648.00 $7,296.00 $0 0.0%
  Guaranteed Fall 2013 Cohort  (FY14)1 $243.20 $3,648.00 $7,296.00 $0.00 0.0%
  Guaranteed Fall 2012 Cohort (FY13)1 $243.20 $3,648.00 $7,296.00 $0.00 0.0%
  Continuing Tuition Rate Fall 2011 Cohort (FY12) $292.40 $4,386.00 $8,772.00 $1,824.00 26.3%
  Non-Guaranteed Rate (Prior to Fall 2011) $292.40 $4,386.00 $8,772.00 $420.00 5.0%
Accelerated Bachelor in Nursing3 $284.80   $18,227.20 $0.00 0.0%
Graduates2,4,7 $317.20 $3,806.40 $7,612.80 $292.80 4.0%
School of Dental Medicine5   $14,999.00 $29,998.00 $874.00 3.0%
School of Pharmacy5   $11,724.00 $23,448.00 $0.00 0.0%

Notes:
1) New entering and continuing International Student tuition is 2.5 times the Undergraduate rate unless they qualify for an Alternate Tuition Program. (5/10/12, 11/14/13, 2/9/17)
2) Non-resident graduate student tuition is 2.5 times the in-state rate unless they qualify for an Alternate Tuition Program.  (2/9/17)
3) The Accelerated Bachelor Studies in Nursing (ABSN) 15 month program is a post-baccalaureate sequence of study leading to a baccalaureate in nursing degree. Applicants who have already earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited university and have completed all pre-nursing requirements will be eligible to enter this program. The first ABSN cohort began January 2006.  The ABSN program currently requires 62-64 credit hours for completion, which reflects a decrease from the previously required 66 hours.  The decrease is a result of curricular changes and the variability in the number of credit hours depends on the student's research-based coursework in their prior degree.  (5/12/11, 5/10/12, 5/9/13)
4) Students in the Master of Science Program in Nursing with a specialization in Nurse Anesthesia who are in the clinical phase of the program will be assessed a clinical charge of $4,600 per term, effective Fall 2002, in addition to regular graduate-level tuition.  Students must pay the clinical charge each term of clinical registration with a minimum of five terms.  (05/12/11, 05/10/12, 11/14/13)
5) Beginning in Academic Year 2016, Non-resident tuition is 2.3 times the in-state rate for the Dental School and 1.2 times the in-state rate for Pharmacy. Beginning in Academic Year 2018, Pharmacy students who are eligible for and reside in the seven states covered by the Alternate Tuition Program: Regional Enhancement will pay the Pharmacy in-state rate instead of 1.2 times the in-state Pharmacy tuition rate that was previously charged.  (5/7/09, 05/10/12, 11/14/13, 4/16/15, 2/9/17)
6) Beginning with Academic Year 2015, a 15% differential tuition surcharge based upon the in-state rate will be assessed to all undergraduate majors in the School of Engineering.  (5/8/14, 4/16/15)
7) Beginning with Academic Year 2018, a 15% differential tution surcharge based upon the in-state guaranteed rate will be assessed to all newly entering undergradaute students when they declare a business major and to all graduate students in the School of Business. Also, beginning with Academic Year 2018, a one-time Minor Program Fee of $525 will be charged to all newly declared undergraduate minors in the School of Business.(2/9/17)

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

B.  Alternate Tuition Programs

  1. High-achieving/talented international students targeted by the SIUE enhanced international recruitment program will pay an alternate tuition rate of 1.2 times the current in-state tuition per semester starting in Academic Year 2012.

  2. Students participating in the Doctorate of Nursing Practice program will pay an alternate tuition rate of $650 per credit hour starting in Academic Year 2012.

  3. International students participating in dual diploma or other academic programs for which the University has signed a memorandum of understanding with their cooperating educational institutions will pay an alternate tuition rate of 1.8 times the applicable in-state rate per semester starting in Academic Year 2016.

  4. Effective Fall 2017, all Master's level graduate students and all School of Pharmacy students from Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee and Arkansas will pay an alternate tuition rate of 1.0 times the current applicable in-state tuition per semester (excludes School of Dental Medicine).

  5. All undergraduate students, including domestic and international students, who are the descendants/siblings of SIUE graduates (parent, grandparent, sibling, step-parent or legal guardian) and who enter in the Fall 2014 semester or thereafter or who are SIUE graduates that re-enter in the Fall 2014 semester or thereafter as undergraduates will pay an alternate tuition rate of 1.0 times the current applicable in-state tuition per semester.

11/14/13, 05/08/14, 3/24/16, 2/9/17

  1. The tuition rate payable by inmates of penal institutions for courses given at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville shall be 25% of the current tuition charge for extension courses.

  2. A full refund of tuition and mandatory student fees shall be refunded to students who officially withdraw from the University by the following deadlines: (11/09/06)
Duration of Course Last Date to Withdraw to Receive a Full Refund of Tuition and Fees
8 weeks or more Last day of 2nd week
4 weeks or more 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 following deadlines: (11/09/06)

Duration of Course Last Date to Withdraw to Receive 50% Tuition Refund
8 weeks or more Last day of 4th week
4 weeks but less than 8 weeks Last day of 2nd week
11 days but less than 4 weeks 4th class meeting
10 days or less 2nd class meeting

Students enrolled in courses of 8 weeks or more duration and who receive a partial 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 3rd week. (11/09/06)

For all other students who receive a partial refund of tuition, no mandatory fees shall be refunded. (11/09/06)

Students who receive a partial refund of tuition shall be assessed an administrative fee of $100.00. (11/09/06)

No tuition or mandatory 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 state or federal law or regulation. The tuition and general student fees shall be refunded on the basis of criteria and procedures established by the Chancellor of SIUE and approved by the President. (2/14/02, 3/13/03, 10/09/03)

  1. General student fees per semester for Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, effective with the collection of charges for fall 2017 are as follows:
Summer Session Fee Rates for FY 2018

Student Fee Fee Rate*
Student Welfare and Activity Fee (4) $96.70 (2/9/17)
Student Fitness Fee (2) $57.80 (5/8/14)
Athletic Fee (1) $129.10 (2/9/17)
Campus Housing Activity Fee (6)   $12.00 (5/7/09)
University Center Fee (5) $118.00 (3/24/16)
Facilities Fee (7) $21.25 (2/9/17)
Textbook Rental Fee (7) $16.30 (2/9/17)
Student Success Center (8) $48.60 (5/13/10)
Information Technology Fee (7) $7.75 (2/9/17)

*Summer fees are about 67% of regular semester fees except for the Textbook Service fee, Information Technology, and Facilities Fees because these fees are charged hourly and are to remain at the 100% of the semester rate. Beginning with FY08, the Student-to-Student Grant will no longer be charged to students in the summer term.

Fall & Spring Semester Fee Rates effective FY 2018


Student Fee Fee Rate
Student Welfare and Activity Fee (4) $145.05 (2/9/17)
Student Fitness Fee (2) $86.70 (5/8/14)
Athletic Fee (1) $193.65 (2/9/17)
Campus Housing Activity Fee (6)
  Single Residents
  Family Residents

$15.50 (5/7/09)
$43.00 (5/7/09)
University Center Fee (5) $177.00 (3/24/16)
Student-to-Student Grant (3) $6.00 (4/12/07)
Student Success Center (8) $72.60 (5/13/10)
Facilities Fee (7) $21.25 (2/9/17)
Information Technology Fee (7) $7.75(2/9/17)
Textbook Rental Fee (7) $16.30 (2/9/17)
Professional Schools Student Fees  
School of Dental Medicine** $5,560.00 (2/9/17)
School of Pharmacy*** $2,846.00 (2/9/17)

1 Per hour prorate for the first 5 hours, flat fee for 6 or more hours per term.
2 Flat fee.
3 No charge first 5 hours per semester; flat fee for 6 or more hours per semester.
4 Basic fee for the first hour, plus prorated per hour from 2 to 5 hours, flat fee for 6 hours or more per semester.
5 Per hour prorated for the first 4 hours; flat fee for 5 or more hours per semester.
6 Paid by resident students living in University Housing.
7 Per credit hour.
8 Prorated over 12 hours/semester.
**Dental students are assessed an Instrument Rental Fee of $314 per academic year and are not assessed the Textbook Rental Fee or the Student-to-Student Grant Fee. In addition, dental students are charged a Dental Student Facility and Equipment Use Fee, beginning with the Fall 2004 semester. The academic year rate for this fee will be $3,200 in FY11.
***Pharmacy students are assessed a School of Pharmacy Student Technology Fee of $200 per semester and are not assessed the Textbook Rental Fee or the Student-to-Student Grant Fee. (5/9/13) In addition, pharmacy students are charged a Pharmacy Clinical Program Fee, beginning with the Fall 2017 semester. The semester rate for this fee will be $200 (2/9/17).



School of Education, Health and Human Behavior - Course Specific Fee
 
Students taking EDAD 525a - Instructional Leadership and Supervision:  Theory and Research will be assessed a course specific fee of $650 to cover the cost of the Growth Through Learning training modules.
(approved 7/11/13)


School of Nursing
 
Nursing Program Fee of $320 per clinical course
(approved 2/9/17)


Students taking NURS 529 - Orientation to Nurse Anesthesia Practicum will be assessed a course specific fee of $320.
(approved 3/24/16)


School of Dental Medicine-International Advanced Placement Program
 
Bench Test Fee
$450 flat fee
(approved 4/16/15)


Clinical Certification Course Fee

$22,329 flat fee
(approved 4/16/15)


  1. The Textbook Rental Fee, SIUE, shall be as stipulated in Appendix B-4 above and shall be assessed of undergraduate students registered at the university. Graduate students are required to purchase their textbooks and are not assessed the Textbook Rental Fee. (6/13/96)

    The following categories of students shall not be assessed the fee: students enrolled only in off-campus courses and students enrolled only in the clinical portion of the B.S. Degree in Biological Sciences, specialization in Medical Technology. A student to whom a fee is not assessed is not eligible to receive services provided by that fee. (6/13/96) 

    The Executive Director of Educational Outreach has the authority, with the consent of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, to charge this fee to future programs or courses dependent upon the benefit of the Textbook Rental program to the student effective Spring 2009.  (5/7/09)

  2. The University Center Fee, SIUE, shall be as stipulated in Appendix B-4 above and shall be assessed of all students registered at the university except for the following categories of students: students enrolled only in off-campus courses; students enrolled only in the clinical portion of the B.S. Degree in Biological Sciences, specialization in Medical Technology; and SIU employees other than those employed at SIUE. A student to whom a fee is not assessed is not eligible to receive services provided by that fee. (6/13/96)

  3. The Student-to-Student Grant Fee, SIUE, shall be as stipulated in Appendix B-4 above. The Student-to-Student Grant Fee is authorized to be collected on a continuing basis in the manner and form previously approved by the Board on October 20, 1972.

  4. The Campus Housing Activity Fee as stipulated in Appendix B-4 above for each academic term for which an on-going campus housing contract is in force shall be collected from and administered for the benefit of all students residing in university housing at the Edwardsville campus. This activity fee shall be deposited to the University General Operating Fund Account to be disbursed by authority of its fiscal officer in accordance with university policy and the approved budget of recognized organizations including all students who pay the fee. (6/10/04, 5/2/06)

  5. The Student Welfare and Activity Fee, SIUE, shall be as stipulated in Appendix B-4 above and shall be assessed of all students registered at the university except for the following categories of students: students enrolled only in off-campus courses; students enrolled only in the clinical portion of the B.S. Degree in Biological Sciences, specialization in Medical Technology; SIU employees other than those employed at SIUE; SIUE civil service employees enrolled pursuant to approved personnel policy provisions; and civil service employees of other Illinois state colleges and universities. A student to whom a fee is not assessed is not eligible to receive services provided by that fee. The fee will be distributed among the subfees in amounts determined by the Chancellor. (6/13/96, 3/13/03)

  6. The Athletic Fee, SIUE, shall be as stipulated in Appendix B-4 above and shall be assessed of all students registered at the university except for the following categories of students: students enrolled only in off-campus courses; students enrolled only in the clinical portion of the B.S. Degree in Biological Sciences, specialization in Medical Technology; SIU employees other than those employed at SIUE; SIUE civil service employees enrolled pursuant to approved personnel policy provisions; and civil service employees of other Illinois state colleges and universities. A student to whom a fee is not assessed is not eligible to receive services provided by that fee. ( 6/13/96)

  7. Rental rates for the use and occupancy of university housing on the campus of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville are as follows:
FAMILY HOUSING I, COUGAR VILLAGE
Per Month
FY17 FY18 FY19  
$1,090 $1,125 $1,160 - two bedroom, unfurnished apartment
$1,280 1,320 1,360 - two bedroom, furnished apartment
$1,225 1,260 1,300 - three bedroom, unfurnished apartment
$1,435 1,480 1,525 - three bedroom, furnished apartment


SINGLE STUDENT HOUSING I, COUGAR VILLAGE
Per student occupancy fee rates:
  Per Semester
Per Summer
Term
Per Five Week
Summer Term
Per Three Week
Summer Term
Assignment type* FY17 FY18 2017 2018 2017 2018 2017 2018
Shared Room $2,210 $2,275 $1,255 $1,295 $630 $650 $380 $390
Single Room 3,285 3,385 1,885 1,940 945 970 570 580
Deluxe Single Room 3,785 3,885 2,385 2,440 1,195 1,220 720 730


SINGLE STUDENT HOUSING I, WOODLAND, PRAIRIE, AND BLUFF HALLS
Per student occupancy fee rates:
  Per Semester
Per Summer
Term
Per Five Week
Summer Term
Per Three Week
Summer Term
Assignment type* FY17 FY18 2017 2018 2017 2018 2017 2018
Shared Room $2,910 $2,995 $1,665 $1,715 $835 $860 $500 $515
Deluxe Single Room 5,820 5,990 3,330 3,430 1,670 1,720 1,000 1,030
 
Meal Plan Charge:
Plan A $1,680 $1,730  
Plan B 2,320 2,390  



SINGLE STUDENT HOUSING I, EVERGREEN HALL
Per student occupancy fee rates:
  Per Semester
Per Summer
Term
Per Five Week
Summer Term
Per Three Week
Summer Term
Assignment type* FY17 FY18 2017 2018 2017 2018 2017 2018
Studio Apartment $5,775 $5,950 $3,115 $3,210 $1,560 $1,605 $935 $965
Shared Apartment 3,090 3,185 1,670 1,720 840 860 505 515
Private Apartment 4,125 4,250 2,220 2,285 1,110 1,145 665 685
Private Suite 3,500 3,605 1,895 1,950 950 975 570 585

* Shared Room = two students assigned to a bedroom designed for occupancy by two students.
* Single Room = one student assigned to a bedroom designed for occupancy by one student.
* Deluxe Single Room = one student assigned to a bedroom designed for occupancy by two students.
* Studio Apartment/Private Apartment/Private Suite = one student assigned to a bedroom designed for occupancy by one student.
* Shared Apartment = two students assigned to a bedroom designed for occupancy by two students.
(4/16/15)
  1. Student fees and other financial obligations to the university are payable in advance either by academic term or in appropriate installments under a plan or plans proposed by the chancellor and approved by the president, and no student shall be enrolled in classes in any educational unit until at least the first installment of fees and other financial obligations shall have been paid, except upon specific authorization of the chancellor or the chancellor's designee. Each 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.

  2. The Student Fitness Center Fee, SIUE, shall be as stipulated in C.5 above and shall be assessed of all students registered at the university except for the following categories of students: students enrolled only in off-campus courses; students enrolled only in the clinical portion of the B.S. Degree in Biological Sciences, specialization in Medical Technology; and SIU employees other than those employed at SIUE. A student to whom a fee is not assessed is not eligible to receive services provided by that fee. (6/13/96)

  3. A Facility and Equipment Use Fee shall be collected from each predoctoral candidate for a doctorate of dental medicine degree to be used to cover the cost of maintaining and updating clinical training facilities, associated dental and sterilization equipment, and classroom and laboratory equipment. Effective Fall 2004, the fee shall be $1,600 per Fall and Spring semester and a pro-rated fee of $711 shall be charged for clinical students for the Summer clinic sessions preceding years three and four of the curriculum. (2/12/04)

  4. The Student Success Center Fee, SIUE, shall be as stipulated in Appendix B-4 above and shall be assessed of all students registered at the University except for the following categories of students: students enrolled only in off-campus courses; students enrolled only in the clinical portion of the B.S. Degree in Biological Sciences, specialization in Medical Technology; and SIU employees other than those employed at SIUE. A student to whom a fee is not assessed is not eligible to receive services provided by that fee. (5/2/06)

  5. The Information Technology Fee, SIUE, shall be as stipulated in Appendix B-4 above and shall be assessed of all students registered at the university except for the following categories of students: students enrolled only in the clinical portion of the B.S. Degree in Biological Sciences, specialization in Medical Technology; and SIU employees other than those employed at SIUE. A student to whom a fee is not assessed is not eligible to receive services provided by that fee. (5/2/06)

  6. The Facilities Fee, SIUE, shall be as stipulated in Appendix B-4 above except for the following categories of students: students enrolled only in the clinical portion of the B.S. Degree in Biological Sciences, specialization in Medical Technology, SIU employees other than those employed at SIUE, and students enrolled in off-campus courses for which the fee will not be applied against their off-campus credit hours. (5/7/09)