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Constantin College of Liberal Arts (Undergraduates)

Undergraduate Tuition & Fees, 2017 - 2018 School Year

Summer 2017

  Tuition
Undergraduate Tuition (per credit hour) $480.00
Undergraduate Tuition Audit (per course) $475.20

 

Fall and Spring 2017 - 2018

  Tuition
Undergraduate Tuition (Flat Rate: 12-18 credit hours) (Each Semester) $18,000.00
Undergraduate Tuition (per credit hour) (Each Semester) $1,485.00
Undergraduate Tuition (19 credits or more per credit hour) (Each Semester) $1,485.00
Undergraduate Tuition Audit (per course) $1,470.15

Summer 2018

  Tuition
Undergraduate Tuition (per credit hour) $500.00
Undergraduate Tuition Audit (per course) $495.00

Fees

  Fees
Comprehensive Fee (Mandatory – Each Semester) (non-refundable) $1,358.00
UG Orientation Fee (Mandatory – Annually – Fall Semester Only) (non-refundable) $150.00
Lab Fees (As assigned to the Course) $15.00-$100.00
Health Insurance Fee (Mandatory - Annually)—See Note Below $1,696.00
Yearbook Fee (Optional - Annually) —See Note Below $65.00
 Music Fee with a class $250.00 
Music Fee without a class $405.00
Internship Fee (per course) (non-refundable) $100.00
Payment Plan Fee (Mandatory, if signed up for payment plan, per semester) (non-refundable) $60.00
Late Payment Plan Fee $60.00
Return Check Fee (non-refundable) $35.00
UD Registration Withdrawal Fee (Summer Semesters Only) (non-refundable) $100.00

Housing

  Fees
Housing Deposit (One Time Deposit) $200.00
Housing for Interterm Session of Fall 2017 $300.00
Housing for Mayterm 2018 $300.00

Fall/Spring Semester

  Fees
Traditional Hall  
Double Room $3,290.00
Single in a Double Room (Pre-Approval From Student Affairs Required) $4,950.00
Single Room $3,900.00
Triple or Quad $3,290.00
Student Apartments  
1 Bedroom-2 Persons $3,150.00
2 Bedroom-4 Persons $2,850.00
2 Bedroom-3 Persons (Pre-Approval From Student Affairs Required) $3,800.00
Clark Hall  
Single Room $4,150.00
Double Room $3,300.00
Triple Suite Room $3,700.00

Meal Plans with Tax

  Price
All Access 7 Platinum (available to all students) $2,790.00
All Access 7 Plus (available to all students) $2,690.00
All Access 7 (Juniors, Seniors, Apartment Residents and Commuters only) $2,560.00
All Access 5 Plus (Juniors, Seniors, Apartment Residents and Commuters only) $2,340.00
All Access 5 (Juniors, Seniors, Apartment Residents and Commuters only) $2,225.00

Admission

  Fee
General Enrollment Deposit (One Time Only - Pre-Enrollment) $400.00
Matriculation Fee (The General Enrollment Deposit will pay this Matriculation fee.) $400.00

Important Notes:

Admissions: The general enrollment fee will be posted to the student’s account in the first semester a student attends the University. At the same time, a $400.00 matriculation fee will be charged to the student’s account. The general enrollment fee is designated to pay the matriculation fee.

Comprehensive Fee: The comprehensive fee, a mandatory fee charged each semester to all undergraduate students supplements on-campus services, resources, programming and events throughout the academic year. This includes but is not limited to student activities (intramural sports, clubs and organizations), fitness facilities (swimming pool, fitness center, recreation areas) health center, counseling center and technology resources (computer labs, printing, internet), all of which are available to University of Dallas students at little or no cost.

Interterm Session for Fall 2017: The Interterm Session for Fall 2017 courses are considered part of the Fall semester. This means that Fall financial aid can cover the Interterm Session for Fall 2017. The Interterm Session for Fall 2017 credit hours can be included in the flat rate for tuition. If you exceed 18 credit hours then you will be charged $1,485.00 per each additional credit hour. Housing for Interterm is $300.00.

Health Insurance: If the student properly submits online proof of other health insurance, then the health insurance can be waived. The waiver deadline for the Fall of 2017 is September 9, 2017 and the deadline for the Spring of 2018 is February 3, 2018. If you would like further details, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at 972.721.5323. The student health insurance fee for the Spring of 2018 is prorated for a student attending for the first time in the spring term. If a student attends the University in the fall semester, they will NOT be charged again in the spring term.

Yearbook Fee: The yearbook fee must be waived by September 8, 2017. This can be done online at https://udallas.edu/sas/yearbook/

Meal Plan Changes: Residential meal plans may be upgraded from one plan to another plan without penalty up until the 3rd Friday of each semester. The Fall 2017 deadline is September 8, 2017. The Spring 2018 deadline is February 2, 2018. Change requests may only be submitted online via Crusader Connect. Meal plans are ‘locked’ in for the remainder of the semester after the deadline date and further changes are not allowed until the next semester. Additional questions may be directed to the Office of Student Affairs at 972.721.5323.

Undergraduate 2017 - 2018 Estimated List of Charges

Please note that this page provides estimated charges for an Undergraduate student for the 2017 - 2018 school year. Depending on other factors, the cost of a semester may be different.

Irving Campus (Estimated)

Fall of 2017

  Amount
Tuition1 $18,000.00
Comprehensive Fee1 $1,358.00
Double Room1 $3,300.00
All Access 7 Plus Meal Plan with Tax1 $2,690.00
Health Insurance2 $1,696.00
Yearbook2 $65.00
Orientation Fee for Freshman & Transfer3 $150.00
Approximate Total $27,259.00
1Mandatory Fee   2May Opt Out  3Only for 1st Semester Freshmen and 1st Semester Transfers

Spring of 2018

  Amount
Tuition $18,000.00
Comprehensive Fee $1,358.00
Double Room $3,300.00
All Access 7 Plus Meal Plan with Tax $2,690.00
Health Insurance $1,049.00
Approximate Total $25,348.00
1Mandatory Fee   2May Opt Out  3Only for 1st Semester Freshmen and 1st Semester Transfers

Rome Campus (Estimated)

Fall of 2017

  Amount
Rome Tuition1 $18,000.00
Comprehensive Fee1 $1,358.00
Room/Board Fee1 $6,063.00
Rome Group Trip1 $2,789.00
Rome Fee1 $604.00
Health Insurance Fee2 $1,696.00
Yearbook2 $65.00
Approximate Total $30,575.00
1Mandatory Fee   2May Opt Out  3Only for 1st Semester Freshmen and 1st Semester Transfers

Spring of 2018

  Amount
Rome Tuition1 $18,000.00
Comprehensive Fee1 $1,358.00
Room/Board Fee1 $6,063.00
Rome Group Trip1 $2,789.00
Rome Fee1 $604.00
Health Insurance Fee2 $1,049.00
Approximate Total $28,814.00
1Mandatory Fee   2May Opt Out  3Only for 1st Semester Freshmen and 1st Semester Transfers

Important Notes:

These are the most common charges that a student is assessed. These charges represent cost for a student living on campus. There are several fees that are not shown above. These fees are course specific fees and are charged when a certain course is assessed.

Health insurance can be waived by the Deadline Date, if the student properly submits proof of other health insurance. If you would like further details, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at 972.721.5323. The student health insurance fee for Spring of 2018 is prorated for a student attending for the first time in the spring term. If a student attends the University in the fall semester, they will NOT be charged again in the spring term.

Rome students will be required to submit proof of insurance that is valid for overseas to the Rome Office. Please note that submitting proof of overseas health insurance for the Rome program does NOT constitute waiving the health insurance fee for the University. That can only be done by following the separate procedure outlined by the Office of Student Affairs. See previous note.

The yearbook fee may be waived up until September 8, 2017. In order to waive the yearbook fee, please fill out the online form. https://udallas.edu/offices/sas/yearbook/index.php If you have any questions, contact the Business Office at 972.721.5144.

Rome charges do not include any rail pass, airfare or any required deposits. Contact the Rome Office for a more detailed listing of charges. Phone: 972.721.5206.

The University has a payment plan that may be used to pay semester charges. The plan can be accessed by logging into Cashnet. If a parent wishes to sign up to pay the semester charges, they will need to have an ID and password to login. This ID and Password will be created by the student. For further explanation please refer to the following webpage. https://udallas.edu/offices/sas/parentinfo.php

Undergraduate Direct Charges

Annual Cost for 2016 - 2017

  Amount
Tuition
Based on 12-19 hours of enrollment for fall and spring semesters
$34,650.00
Fees $2,580.00
Room
Represents typical freshman hall cost. Residence hall, double room, Irving.
$6,450.00
Board
For the all-access meal plan, including tax
$5,146.00
Total Fall and Spring Estimated Direct Costs  $48,826.00

Annual Cost for 2017 - 2018

  Amount
Tuition
Based on 12-18 hours of enrollment for fall and spring semesters
$36,000.00
Fees $2,716.00
Room
Represents typical freshman hall cost. Residence hall, double room, Irving.
$6,580.00
Board
For the all-access meal plan, including tax
$5,350.00
Total Fall and Spring Estimated Direct Costs $50,646.00

The direct costs listed above do not include travel expenses, books, insurance, yearbook, or miscellaneous personal expenses. There may be additional fees dependent on course of study.

 

Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts

Braniff Tuition & Fees 2017 - 2018

Fall, Spring & Summer 2017 - 2018

  Tuition
Braniff Tuition (per credit hour) $650.00
Educators Cohort Tuition (per credit hour) (No Fees Charged) $500.00
Catholic Teacher Cohort (per credit hour) (No Fees Charged) $410.00
Classical Education Teacher Program (per credit hour) (No Fees Charged) $410.00
Master of Arts of Teaching (per credit hour) (No Fees Charged) $410.00
Braniff Tuition Audit (per course) $643.50
Internship Fee $100.00
Psychology Practicum (per credit hour) $650.00
Graduate Readings $125.00
Doctoral Readings $125.00

 

Fees

  Fees
Braniff Fee (per credit hour) $35.00
Braniff Graduate Student Assoc. Fee (Optional-Contact Braniff Office) (Fall and Spring) $25.00
Lab Fees (As assigned to the Course) $30.00-$75.00
Payment Plan Fee (per semester) (non-refundable) $60.00
Late Payment Plan Fee $60.00
Return Check Fee (non-refundable) $35.00
Graduation Fee (non-refundable) $85.00
Braniff Registration Withdrawal Fee (Summer Semesters Only) (non-refundable) $100.00
Braniff Late Registration Fee $100.00

 

Satish and Yasmin Gupta College of Business (Graduate)

Graduate College of Business Tuition & Fees 2017 - 2018

Graduate Tuition - Master's Courses

  Tuition
MBA, MS and Certificate programs (per credit hour) $1,250.00
Course audit (per course) $1,237.50
Corporate/VA rate (per credit hour) $1,000.00
Qualifying and Foundation courses (per credit hour) $700.00
One Hour Internship (will be charged for 1 credit hour) $700.00
Three Hour Internship (will be charged at $1,250.00 per credit hour) $3,750.00

Fees

  Fees
Matriculation Fee (Mandatory one-time fee for new students) $160.00
Certificate Fee (non-refundable) $60.00
Graduation Fee (non-refundable) $150.00
Diploma Reorder Fee (students who do not graduate in the term for which they apply)(non-refundable) $60.00
Payment Plan Enrollment Fee (non-refundable) $60.00
Payment Plan Late Payment Fee $60.00
Returned Check Fee (non-refundable) $35.00

Important Notes:

Company Letter of Credit/Company Vouchers: Some companies have programs that will pay directly for a student’s tuition and fees. These programs issue the student a Letter of Credit or Company Voucher that is to be presented to the Student Account Services.

Please submit your Letter of Credit or Company voucher to the Student Account Services either by fax, email to bursar@udallas.edu or US mail. In order for your company to pay the account, Student Account Services must receive the Letter or Credit or Company Voucher.

Students, whose companies are reimbursing educational expenses directly to the employee at the end of the term and not using a Letter of Credit or Voucher system, will need to use the Pay in Full option, UD Payment Plan or receive Financial Aid. The student will not be allowed to pay their account once they have been reimbursed.

Doctor of Business Administration Tuition & Fees 2017 - 2018

Doctor of Business Administration - Tuition

  Tuition
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) – (per credit hour) (Fall 2014 - 2019   Cohort 1) $1,400.00
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) - (per credit hour) (Fall 2016 - 2021   Cohort 2) $1,625.00
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) - Dissertation Reading Tuition (per credit hour) $500.00

Fees

  Fees
Graduation Fee $150.00
Diploma Reorder Fee (students who do not graduate in the term for which they apply) $50.00
Payment Plan Enrollment Fee (non-refundable) $60.00
Payment Plan Late Payment Fee $60.00
Returned Check Fee (non-refundable) $35.00

Important Notes:

Company Letter of Credit/Company Vouchers: Some companies have programs that will pay directly for a student’s tuition and fees. These programs issue the student a Letter of Credit or Company Voucher that is to be presented to the Student Account Services.

Please submit your Letter of Credit or Company voucher to the Student Account Services either by fax, email to bursar@udallas.edu or US mail. In order for your company to pay the account, the Student Account Services must receive the Letter or Credit or Company Voucher.

Students, whose companies are reimbursing educational expenses directly to the employee at the end of the term and not using a Letter of Credit or Voucher system, will need to use the Pay in Full option, UD Payment Plan or receive Financial Aid. The student will not be allowed to pay their account once they have been reimbursed.

 

Ann & Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry

Tuition & Fees 2017 - 2018

Tuition - Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Summer 2018

  Tuition
Tuition (per credit hour) $650.00
Tuition Audit (per course) $643.50

Fees

  Fees
Payment Plan Fee (Mandatory if signed up for payment plan, per semester) (non-refundable) $60.00
Late Payment Plan Fee $60.00
Return Check Fee (non-refundable) $35.00
Graduation Fee (non-refundable) $85.00
Registration Withdraw Fee (Summer Semesters Only) (non-refundable) $100.00
School of Ministry Late Registration Fee $100.00

Important Notes:

The University reserves the right to change tuition and other charges at the beginning of any semester if the University judges such change necessary. The University of Dallas may change any institutional policies without prior notification.

All Fees are due by the Tuition Payment Due date. Students registering after this date must immediately pay the account in full, set up a payment plan, or have financial aid that will cover the account at the time of registration. Students registering after the initial Tuition Payment Due date are required to process their payment arrangements on the same day of registration.

International Health Insurance: International students attending on F-1 visas must enroll in a policy provided by the International Student Services Office. For further information, contact Joanne Rodriguez at jrodriquez@udallas.edu.

Audits: Students may be allowed to audit University courses with the permission of the instructor and the Registrar. No credit is awarded and laboratory privileges are not included. If a student desires college credit, the class must be repeated as a regular course at the regular tuition rate.

Refunds: UD now delivers all refunds to students electronically. BankMobile is the company that UD has partnered with to deliver this service. The student has two choices when determining how their refund is delivered. They will either choose to have the funds direct deposited (ACH) into an existing account or open a Vibe checking account with BankMobile. Please visit the webpage for further information. https://udallas.edu/offices/sas/refund.php 

Payment of Accounts

The student is responsible for payment of all the expenses incurred at the University of Dallas. It is the student’s responsibility to assure that all payments and credits are received by Student Account Services located in the Business Office, including financial aid, scholarships, and sponsorships.

Payment Options

All payments for tuition, fees, deposits, and/or room and board may be paid online or in the Business Office. Payments received online must use electronic checks, Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, or Discover. If a debit or credit card is used as the form of payment, then there will be a 2.75% convenience fee (domestic cards) and 4.25% convenience fee (international cards) assessed per transaction. There is no fee charged for using electronic checks. Any payments received in the Business Office must be paid either by cash or check. All checks received in the Business Office for payment on the student account may be electronically deposited to the Bank. Individuals wanting to pay in the Business Office using a debit or credit card will be directed to the payment kiosks outside the entrance of the office.

Students that do not make payment arrangements for a semester will be deleted from the semester.

Payment in Full: Payment in full, or acceptable arrangements, are due by the payment deadline for each semester. Checks that are mailed or presented to the Business Office in person should be made payable to the University of Dallas. Credit cards are only accepted online and at the payment kiosks in front of the Business Office.

Online Payment: Students wishing to pay online have several choices. UD has the ability to accept electronic checks and credit cards online (Visa, MasterCard, Amex, and Discover). Parents wishing to pay online for their student must have their own ID and Password for the online payment system; the student sets this up. Further information may be found at the following link: https://udallas.edu/offices/sas/parentinfo.php.

UD Payment Plan: Those desiring to pay their charges by using the UD payment plan can go to the following website for additional information. https://udallas.edu/offices/sas/plans.php.There is a $60 enrollment fee for the UD payment plan per semester. Anyone with questions concerning the UD payment plan may contact Student Account Services located in the Business Office at 972-721-5144. Payments are due on the 15th of the month; any payment received later can be subjected to a late fee of $60.00.

For International Students: Notice to Sponsored Students: If you request the Business Office to bill your foreign embassy or sponsor for tuition, you must attach a copy of the sponsorship letter to a printout of your current term’s schedule every time you register for a new term, even if a letter has been previously provided to the Business Office. This will expedite the payment process to the University and avoid you receiving notices of unpaid bills. If you have any questions regarding this matter please contact the Business Office at 972-721-5144.

International Payments: The University of Dallas has partnered with Flywire to provide our international students with an easy and secure method to send international payments in your home currency through Cashnet's International Payments Payment option.  Please see our website for more information at: https://udallas.edu/offices/sas/foreigncurrency.php.

Financial Aid: If the student’s financial aid pays for the entire semester’s costs, then the student receiving financial aid will be allowed to use this as payment for the semester. For any amounts on the account not fully covered by financial aid, other payment arrangements will need to be completed. The student must either cover the difference by paying in full at the time of registration, or by signing up for the UD payment plan.

Collections: A student with a delinquent account will be denied future registration, grades, transcripts, and diploma until all obligations are fulfilled with the University of Dallas. In the event that the student’s account is placed in the hands of a collection agency or attorney for collection, the student agrees to pay reasonable collection fees, including court costs, as permitted by law.

 

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