Summer 2015 – Tuition and Fees

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Summer 2015 – Tuition and Fees
Summer 2015 – Tuition and Fees
 Tuition is assessed at each campus independently.
UNDERGRADUATE & NON-DEGREE UNDERGRADUATE
1 to 5 hours, per hour (Part-time)
6 to 9 hours, block (Full-time)
>9 hours, per hour
Additional Undergraduate Tuition Differential
NM Residents
Tuition
Fees
$218.69
$50
$1,312.14
$300
$218.69
$50
per hour; block from 6 to 9
Anderson School of Management (ASM)
Non-Residents
Tuition
Fees
$218.69
$50
$1,312.14
$300
$218.69
$50
per hour; block from 6 to 9
$10
$10
Other Mandatory Fees
College of Education Curriculum Fee (TK20): $125 assessed to new COE admits, one-time fee.
COLLEGE OF NURSING
1 to 11 hours, per hour (Part-time)
$235.25
$50
$811
12 to 14 hours, per hour (Full-time)
$235.25
$50
15 to 18 hours, block (Full-time)
$2,503.35
$720
12 to 18 hours, block (Full-time)
$9,732
>18 hours, per hour
$166.89
$48
$811
Additional Undergraduate Tuition Differential
per hour; block from 15-18
College of Nursing – Bachelors
Architecture & Planning (courses)
ASM – non-ASM students (courses)
Anderson School of Management (ASM)
Law
Public Administration (courses)
Speech and Hearing Sciences
Additional Graduate Tuition Differentials
per hour; block from 12-18
$185
$185
NM Residents
GRADUATE
Tuition
Fees
GRADUATE, GRADUATE PROFESSIONAL AND NON-DEGREE GRADUATE
1 to 5 hours, per hour (Part-time)
$239.99
$55
6 to 9 hours, block (Full-time)
$1,439.94
$330
>9 hours, per hour
$239.99
$55
Additional Graduate Tuition Differentials
per hour; block from 6 to 9
$74.63
$82.00
$183.70
$352.34
$50.00
$119.00
Non-Residents
Tuition
Fees
$239.99
$1,439.94
$239.99
$55
$330
$55
per hour; block from 6 to 9
$74.63
$82.00
$183.70
$352.34
$50.00
$119.00
per hour for all hours
Masters of Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy Doctorate
$50
$600
$50
per hour for all hours
$140
$164
$140
$164
Other Mandatory Fees
College of Education Curriculum Fee (TK20): $125 assessed to new COE admits, one-time fee.
COLLEGE OF NURSING
1 to 11 hours, per hour (Part-time)
$246.85
$55
$833.42
>11 hours, per hour (Full-time)
$246.85
$55
12 to 18 hours, block (Full-time)
$10,001.04
>18 hours, per hour
$833.42
Additional Graduate Tuition Differentials
College of Nursing – Masters
College of Nursing – Doctorate
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY (Pharm D)
1 to 5 hours, per hour (Part-time)
6 to 9 hours, block (Full-time)
>9 hours, per hour
DISSERTATION
1 to 9 hours
per hour for all hours
per hour; block from 12 to 18
$249
$366
$371.58
$2,229.48
$371.58
$594 (flat)
$55
$660
$55
$249
$366
$55
$330
$55
$371.58
$2,229.48
$371.58
$55
$330
$55
$594 (flat)
April 16, 2015
Summer 2015 – Tuition and Fees
Enrollment Cancellation is Friday, June 5, 2015. Students must pay their Enrollment Cancellation balance by 5:00 PM.
Payment plans and online payments will be available through 11:59 PM.
Reduced Tuition for Senior Citizens
A student qualifies for a reduced tuition rate of $5.00 per credit hour if they are:
 A New Mexico resident as defined by the NM Department of Higher Ed;
 Age 65 or older as of the 21st day from the start of the semester;
 Registering for no more than six credit hours;
 Registering on or after June 1, 2015
Refund Deadlines
Courses must be dropped by 5:00 PM on the listed day to receive the refund:
All Programs, except College of Nursing
1st 4-week
Friday, June 5, 2015
8-week (Full-Term)
Friday, June 12, 2015
2nd 4-week
Friday, July 3, 2015
College of Nursing
1st Half-term
Full-Term
2nd Half-Term
Monday, May 18, 2015
Monday, May 25, 2015
Friday, July 10, 2015
Open Learning Courses, or courses that are outside the traditional schedule, are fully refundable if dropped before 20% of
the course has been completed, except Independent Study through Correspondence courses (see below). Do not include
partial days when calculating 20% of completion. For example, 20% of an 8-day course equals 1.6 days; therefore, the refund
is calculated only if course is dropped on or before the first day. Courses with duration of 5 days or less must be dropped on
or before the first day of the course to receive a full refund.
Independent Study through Correspondence courses are fully refundable if dropped on or before the 33rd day of registration
AND no coursework has been submitted. Please contact the Correspondence Office for additional information.
A course is not dropped by not attending. It is the student’s responsibility to officially drop or withdraw from UNM by the
published deadline (see above) to insure proper credit of tuition and fees are received.
Mandatory Student Fees, Course Fees, and Curricular Fees
Mandatory Student Fees, as prescribed in UNM Policy 1310, are assessed to all students registered on main campus,
including the Health Sciences Center, and are assessed with tuition. Through the Student Fee Review Board (SFRB), ASUNM
and GPSA hold deliberation on the fee amount to assess. The Board of Regents approves the final amount.
Course Fees, as prescribed in UNM Policy 8210.3.2, “are intended to help defray costs specifically associated with certain
courses and are not intended to replace general operation costs, which are paid from tuition.”
Curricular Fees, as prescribed in UNM Policy 8210.3.2.2, “are charged to support curricular needs in the department, college,
or school. The fee funds short-term and long-term needs for the purpose of instructing students, including technology,
broadly shared materials and equipment, and other expenses relevant to multiple courses in a program.”
April 16, 2015