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Graduate Tuition and Fees

Summer 2012

To determine tuition and fees

  1. Add tuition
  2. Add applicable tuition differential
  3. Add applicable fees
  4. Add applicable assessment
1. Graduate Tuition
GRADUATE BASE RATE (Degree & Non-Degree)
  Range I
(6 hours and over)
Range II
(3 to 5 hours)
Range III
(1 to 2 hours)
Range IV
(Zero hours)
In state Out of state In state Out of state In state Out of state In/Out of state
Graduate Base Rate $2,596 $5,596 $1,731 $3,731 $865 $1,865 $433

2. Graduate Tuition Differentials
(applies to degree and non-degree in major;
graduate non-degree unassigned are excluded)
  Range I Range II Range III Range IV
Architecture and the Arts - Architecture, Art and Design $1,150 $767 $383 $192
Architecture and the Arts - Art History $863 $575 $288 $144
Architecture and the Arts - MA in Architecture Design Criticism $1,050 $700 $350 $175
Architecture and the Arts - MA in Museum & Exhibition Studies $1,437 $958 $479 $240
Architecture and the Arts - MS in Architecture in Health Design $2,000 $1,333 $667 $333
Biomedical Visualization $1,739 $1,159 $580 $290
Business: MBA, MA in Real Estate, MS Accounting, MS in Management Information Systems, and MS in Finance $2,050 $1,367 $683 $342
College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs (CUPPA) - Public Administration $1,000 $667 $333 $167
College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs (CUPPA) - Urban Planning and Policy $1,250 $833 $417 $208
Engineering - All Except Energy Engineering $520 $347 $173 $87
Engineering - Energy Engineering $1,584 $1,056 $528 $264
LAS - Science only: Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Physics, and Psychology $438 $292 $146 $73
Medical Biotechnology MS? $1,725 $1,150 $575 $288
Nursing $1,933 $1,289 $644 $322
Occupational Therapy (OT): Doctor of OT and MS in OT $1,026 $684 $342 $171
Public Health (all except Healthcare Administration) $905 $603 $302 $151
Public Health - Healthcare Administration $2,426 $1,617 $809 $404
Social Work $192 $128 $64 $32

3. Fees
  Range I
6 hours and over
Range II
3 to 5 hours
Range III
1 to 2 hours
Range IV
Zero hours
General Fee $284 $284 $284 $284
Service Fee $214 $214 $137 $137
Health Service Fee $60 $60 $60 $60
Health Insurance Fee. With proof of insurance, this fee can be waived. $264 $264 $264 $264
CTA U Pass Transportation Fee. Graduate full time study defined as 5 hours. $84 Not assessed for less than full time
Subtotal fees
$906 $822 $745 $745

4. Assessment
  Range I Range II Range III Range IV
Academic Facilities Maintenance Fund Assessment (see note 7 below). $150 $100 $50 $25
Library and Information Technology Assessment (see note 8 below). Assessed to students entering Fall 2008 and after. $100 $67 $33 $17
Subtotal assessments
$250 $167 $83 $42

Notes

  1. Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice any time prior to the first day of instruction

  2. Undergraduate E-Tuition rate of $479 per credit hour at UIC will be assessed to all students admitted to degree and non-degree on-line programs excluding UIC Online. Graduate E-Tuition rate of $740 per credit hour at UIC will be assessed to all students admitted to degree and non-degree on-line programs excluding UIC Online. eTuition is assessed to students admitted into formally recognized online programs (with program codes ending in "U"). The program of admission will control tuition and fee assessment. See the OAR web site for online tuition rate information.

  3. In fall and spring, $3.00 will be assessed for the Student-To-Student Assistance Program (refundable). Not assessed in summer.

  4. ll full time students are assessed a $84 transportation fee for the CTA U Pass. Full time is defined as 6 or more credits hours for undergraduate and professional students. Full time is defined as 5 or more credit hours for graduate students.

  5. The transportation fee will be assessed to degree and non-degree students in the categories listed in note 4 above.

  6. Undergraduate degree seeking students entering the University in Summer 2004 or after are provided a four year tuition guarantee. The purpose of the undergraduate guaranteed tuition plan is to provide a high degree of certainty about tuition costs for students and families. The plan applies to all undergraduate students enrolled in a baccalaureate degree program on one of the three campuses of the University of Illinois. The plan treats every student as part of a cohort defined by the date of entry to the University. Each cohort is guaranteed an unchanged tuition schedule for four years. Please note that fees are subject to change annually. For details on guaranteed undergraduate tuition see http://www.usp.uillinois.edu/guaranteed_tuition/index.cfm. Senate Bill 3222 allows students whose 4 years have expired to remain in the next most recently admitted cohort for 2 years. After the four year guarantee, students move to the next most favorable cohort rate in year 5, stay there for year 6. See http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ and search for SB 3222.

  7. The Academic Facilities Maintenance Fund Assessment (AFMFA) is assessed to all students. AFMFA is $150 in summer for full time enrollment. For less than full-time enrollment, the AFMFA will be based on enrolled credit hours pro-rated according to range calculations.

  8. In order to generate the resources to improve the learning environment, a Library and Information Technology Assessment of $100 in summer is assessed to all students. For students at less than full-time enrollment the assessment is pro-rated according to tuition range calculations.

  9. Tuition differentials are applied to non-degree students in major specific non-degree program codes.

  10. CLINIC INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT. In order to generate the resources to improve the learning environment, ensure the availability of contemporary technology, and support clinical patient care learning experiences, the Clinic Education Fee has been replaced with a Clinic Infrastructure Assessment (CIA). The CIA is assessed to students in the DDS, DMD and IDDP programs at the rate in effect for each specific group/class at time of matriculation.

Refunds

  1. Students who officially withdraw from the University by the second Friday of classes will receive a full refund of tuition and fees.

    After classes begin, students who officially withdraw from the University (by dropping all classes) may receive a pro-rata refund based upon the official date of withdrawal.

    Assessed tuition, the service and general fees are refunded on a pro-rata basis less $50 in an Administrative Withdrawal Fee in fall and spring.

    The Health Service and Health Insurance Fees are nonrefundable after the second Friday of fall and spring, first Friday of Parts of Term A and B.

  2. For refund schedule see http://www.uic.edu/depts/oar/financial_matters/refund_schedule.html#sum2010, or enter http://registrar.uic.edu and select Financial Matters