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Fall, Spring and Summer Tuition
Academic Year 2014-2015

Comprehensive Fee Schedule (PDF)

 

Fall and Spring Tuition
Summer Tuition
NEARR Program
Distance Education
Tuition Waivers
Application for Kansas Regents Employee Fee Exemption
Other Tuition and Fees

PER SEMESTER BASIC FEES (16 WEEKS OR MORE)


Flat Rate Tuition for Undergraduate students enrolled
in 10 or more On-Campus credit hours

 
Resident
Undergraduate
Resident
Graduate
Non-Resident
Undergraduate
Non-Resident
Graduate
Tuition $2250 --- $8325 ---
Campus Activity Fees 623 --- 623 ---
Total Required Fees $2873 --- $8948 ---
 

 

Undergraduate students enrolled in less than 10 credit hours
and graduate students enrolled in all credit hours (per credit hour)

 
Resident
Undergraduate
Resident
Graduate
Non-Resident
Undergraduate
Non-Resident
Graduate
Tuition $150 $227 $555 $706
Campus Activity Fees 75 75 75 75
Total Required Fees $225 $302 $630 $781
 

 

Employees (at least 50% time appointment or equivalent)

   
Resident
Undergraduate
Resident
Graduate
Undergraduate students enrolled in 10 or more credit hours
Total Required Tuition $2250 ---
 
Undergrauate students enrolled in less than 10 credit hours and graduate students enrolled in all credit hours

Total Required Tuition
(per credit hour)

$150
 

$227
 
  

Employees must be at least 50% time appointment or equivalent. See employee fee policy for eligibility and fee exemption application

 

Summer Tuition (per credit hour)
Academic Year 2013-2014

 
Resident Undergraduate Resident Graduate Non-Resident Undergraduate Non-Resident Graduate
Tuition $150 $227 $555 $706
Campus Activity Fees 75 75 75 75
Total Required Fees $225 $302 $630 $781
 

 
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International Partnership Programs and NEARR Fees                                                                                                 (involves the states of Nebraska, Colorado, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Texas)
PER SEMESTER BASIC FEES (16 WEEKS OR MORE)
Falt Rate Tuition for Undergraduate students enrolled in 10 or more credit hours

 
NEARR
Undergraduate
NEARR
Graduate
Tuition $3375 ---
Campus Activity Fees 623 ---
Total Required Fees $3998 ---
 

Undergraduate students enrolled in less than 10 hours
and graduate students enrolled in all credit hour

 
NEARR Undergraduate NEARR Graduate
Tuition $225 $341
Campus Activity Fees 75 75
Total Required Fees $300 $416
 

 
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Distance Education

 
Resident Undergraduate Resident Graduate Non-Resident Undergraduate Non-Resident Graduate
Tuition $150 $227 $225 $341
Required Area Fees 75 75 75 75
Total Required Fees $225 $302 $300 $416
  (per credit hour)
 

Note: Students enrolled in Distance Education classes will pay tuition and required area fees at the per credit hour rate, unless enrolled in 10 credit hours of undergraduate on campus courses, where at that time no additional tuition and fees will be added.


*An exception or waiver would be allowed for out-of-state residents who are employed in Kansas. Verification must be made with the Office of the Registar.

Distance Education Electronic Media Fees for Telenet, Internet, and ITV

   
          Undergraduate and Graduate (per course)          $42.00         
 

 

Distance Education Equipment Use Fee Off-Campus
Fees for off-campus equipment may be assessed at an amount not to exceed $20.00 per credit hour.

Emporia State University- Kansas City

Students will be assessed a site facility fee not to exceed $30.00 per credit hour.

Site facility fee will be $30.00 per credit hour for any course at ESU-Kansas City.

Other Site Fees (Other than Emporia State University- Kansas City)

Students will be assessed a site facility fee not to exceed $30.00 per credit hour at sites throughout the state when the University is charged for using that site.

Out-of-State On-Site Classes, i.e. SLIM Classes
All non-resident students will pay the non-resident rates per credit hour plus an area fee per credit hour when taking classes taught out-of-state face to face. Kansas residents will pay resident rates per credit hour plus an area fee per credit hour.

 
Resident
Graduate
Non-Resident
Graduate
Tuition $227 $706
Required Area Fees (per credit hour) 75 75
Total Required Fees $302 $781
 

 

Technology Fee
A $6.00 per credit hour technology fee will be assessed of all students.

Emporia State University- Kansas City
Public educational entities governed/coordinated by the Kansas Board of Regents or under the auspices of the State Department of Education, may be allowed to use the Emporia State University- Kansas City on a space available basis by charging individuals the ESU-KC fee equated to a credit hour basis.  The revenue will be remitted from this collection to ESU.

Workshops and Short Courses

Fees are assessed and collected as announced in official University publications.  All fees must be paid on or before the first day of the workshop or course.

Tuition Policy for Post-Baccalaureate Students

Degree Program Students:
Post-baccalaureate students seeking a graduate degree pay graduate tuition rates. All regular graduate tuition and fee charges will apply to this group of students.
Enrichment Program Students (Certificate, Licensure or Non-Degree Seeking):
Post-baccalaureate students who are not in a degree seeking program may apply through the Graduate application process for consideration of undergraduate tuition for courses numbered 100 - 499. Courses numbered 500 and above will be charged at the graduate rates. The full-time tuition rate in the Fall and Spring semesters does not apply to these students. All courses are charged by the credit hour regardless of the number of enrolled hours.

Tuition Policy for Undergraduate Students Receiving Graduate Credit

An undergraduate student may apply a maximum of 12 hours of credit earned in courses numbered 500-699 to a degree program.  Approval of the graduate dean prior to enrollment is required to receive graduate credit for those courses.  The graduate faculty of each department determines whether graduate courses previously taken are appropriate for a given graduate degree program.  Undergraduate students receiving graduate credit for graduate level courses will pay graduate fees.

Graduate Teaching Assistants and Graduate Research Assistants
Applicable tuition is waived for graduate teaching and graduate research assistants if working 20 hours per week. Students will be responsible for campus activity fees, area fees and technology fees. In the event that a student cancels the graduate assistantship, the student must repay the tuition waiver based upon the number of days remaining in the semester.

Extended Payment Agreement
The University makes available an Extended Payment Agreement for account balances. Under this plan, students make a $150 account payment by the 5th day of class. This down payment, which can include financial aid, will retain the student’s class schedule. If a student can not pay the account balance in full by the first day of class, a $50 administrative fee will be applied to the account for an automatic payment extension to the 20th class day. If charges are not paid on or before the first extension, an additional $50 administrative fee will be automatically applied for an additional extention to the 35th class day. Any account balance remaining after the second payment extension is considered past due. A late fee of $50 will be assessed each month the balance remains outstanding.   An Extended Payment Agreement can be completed in person or obtained on-line at http://www.emporia.edu/busaff/important-forms/. The form must be completed and returned to the Office of Cashiering Services prior to the 5th day of class.

In the summer, the University requires that students pay all charges in full prior to the first day of class. An Extended Payment Agreement is available; additional fees apply. Up-to-date payment policies for Summer 2015 will be posted at this website.

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Tuition Waivers
Kansas Teacher of the Year Tuition Waiver
Tuition will be waived for up to nine hours annually for any past or present Kansas Teacher of the Year. To be eligible, a person must be a past or present recipient of the award under the program administered by the Kansas Department of Education and be employed as a teacher in an educational institution accredited by the Kansas Department of Education.

Graduate Teaching Assistants and Graduate Research Assistants
Applicable tuition is waived for graduate teaching and graduate research assistants if working 20 hours per week. Students will be responsible for campus privilege fees. In the event that a student cancels the graduate assistantship, the student must repay the tuition waiver based upon the number of days remaining in the semester.

ESU Dependent and Spouse Tuition Waiver Program
The Spouse and Dependent Tuition Waiver Program is available for spouses and dependent children of eligible employees to receive financial assistance for a course or courses taken at Emporia State University (ESU) while seeking an undergraduate or graduate degree. This program will provide tuition assistance only. All participants are required to pay all applicable fees. The application form must be completed and submitted to the Office of Human Resources. 

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Persons Age 60 or Over Waiver
Residents of Kansas who are 60 years of age or over may take courses at the University without paying the regular fee. Some courses may have special fees. The special fees will be paid if the special fees cover the direct cost of supplies and materials. A course taken free cannot be counted toward a degree. The person will be considered an auditor in the class, and admission to the class will be by permission of the instructor and only if space is available. Interested individuals should consult with the Registrar or the Director of Admissions.

MSEP (Midwest Student Exchange Program) SLIM or On-Campus Students Only
The Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP) includes Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin. Students must declare a major to be eligible. Residents of all noted states are eligible for 150% of Kansas resident tuition.  Please see MSEP guidelines for information on eligibility requirements and programs at Emporia State University.

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Other Tuition and Fees
Contracts and Compensatory Charges
This schedule does not limit the charges which may be collected under arrangements with other governmental or private agencies, except that such arrangements may not provide for lesser charges. Tuition or other charges to more nearly cover the actual cost of instruction are specifically authorized. No tuition is charged to students enrolled in programs for which the entire cost is financed by governmental or private agencies. Students taking such courses on campus must pay all required campus privilege fees.

Corky Plus Tuition
Students who are residents of Buchanan, Cass, Clay, Jackson and Platte counties in Missouri are eligible for the same tuition as Kansas in-state students. See resident rates listed above. The Corky Plus Tuition rate begins Fall 2013.

Auditing, Visiting, or Non-Credit Course Fees
Same charge as regular enrollment.

  

   

Intensive English Program Fees
Fall 2014/Spring 2015

1 course*

2 courses* 

3 courses*

4 courses*

   

       
Non-Resident
       
IEP Fees- Undergraduate & Graduate
$1884
$3768
$5652
$7536
   Undergraduate
      Campus Activity Fees
225
450
675
623
      Total UG  IEP & Fees
$2109
$4218
$6327
$8159
   Graduate
      Campus Activity Fees
225
450
675
900
      Total GR IEP & Fees
$2109
$4218 $6327 $8436
Resident/Exchange Programs (includes Paraguay Partners)
IEP Fees- Undergraduate & Graduate
$942
$1884
$2826
$3768
   Undergraduate
      Campus Activity Fees
225
450
675
623
      Total UG IEP & Fees
$1167
$2334
$3501
$4391
   Graduate
      Campus Activity Fees
225
450
675
900
      Total GR IEP & Fees
$1167
$2334
$3501
$4668
Non-Resident and Resident/Exchange Programs


   Technology Fee $18.00
$36.00
$54.00
$72.00
*1 Intensive English Course is the equivalent of 3 credit hours during the Fall and Spring semesters and 2 credit hours during the Summer term.
       

 

   

Intensive English Program Fees
Summer 2015

1 course*

2 courses* 

3 courses*

4 courses*

   

       
Non-Resident
       
IEP Fees- Undergraduate & Graduate
$1256
$2512
$3768
$5024
   Undergraduate
      Campus Activity Fees
150
300
450
600
      Total UG IEP & Fees
$1406
$2812
$4218
$5624
   Graduate
      Campus Activity Fees
150
300
450
600
      Total GR IEP & Fees
$1406
$2812
$4218
$5624
Resident/Exchange Programs (includes Paraguay Partners)
IEP Fees- Undergraduate & Graduate
$628
$1256
$1884
$2512
   Undergraduate
      Campus Activity Fees
150
300
450
600
      Total UG IEP & Fees
$778
$1556
$2334
$3112
   Graduate
      Campus Activity Fees
150
300
450
600
      Total GR IEP & Fees
$778
$1556
$2334
$3112
Non-Resident and Resident/Exchange Programs
   Technology Fee
$12.00
$24.00
$36.00
$48.00
*1 Intensive English Course is the equivalent of 3 credit hours during the Fall and Spring semesters and 2 credit hours during the Summer term.
     

 

More information will be available later in the semester on this page. Intensive English Fees - Out of Country On-Site Classes 

Departmental Cost-Recovery Fees
All departmental charges for specific goods and services (i.e., may include but will not be limited to mediated instructional costs, building use, special equipment) not explicitly identified herein will be priced at an amount that approximates actual cost. Appropriate campus administrative procedures are to be followed for approval and collection of these charges.

Testing Cost-Recovery Fee
Testing fees will be assessed at a rate that includes the direct cost recovery of the test plus an administrative fee of up to $25.00 per test. Appropriate campus administrative procedures are to be followed for approval and collection of these fees.

Sponsorship of Student Teaching Fee
Student teaching fee of $125.00 will be charged for those students enrolled in the Professional Development School (PDS) studies.

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