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Campus Tuition & Fees

An education with Post University is both valuable and affordable. We work with you to find a plan that works, no matter what your education goals may be. See the tuition rates and fees for all our programs below.

 

2019-20 Tuition & Fees

Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

Undergraduate Tuition & Fees  

2019-20

Tuition* $28,250
Room & Board1 Okinaga Hall, Apartment-Style
West, South, Paparazzo
Middle, East
$12,400
$11,600
$10,600
Student Service Fee2 $1,100
Technology Fee3 $200
Science Lab Fee4 $200
Art Supply Fee5 $150

* Full-time undergraduate main campus students are those who register for courses starting in September and/or January and who take at least 12 but no more than 18 credits per semester. Any student taking over 18 credits will be subject to $945 per credit hour fee.

  1. The Post University Board plan consists of 19 meals per week. Students living off campus may also participate in the meal plan.
  2. The Student Service Fee supports extracurricular experiences. This includes the Student Government Association’s various clubs, organizations and programs, the Programming Board and additional services that support students outside the classroom.
  3. The Technology Fee is paid by full-time students for technological accommodations and equipment provided.
  4. The Laboratory Fee is paid by full-time students for science classes that require laboratory accommodations and supplies.
  5. The Art Studio Fee is paid by full-time students for art classes that require studio sessions and supplies.

Tuition and fees may be subject to change with notification.

 

Graduate Tuition & Fees

Graduate Tuition & Fees  

2019-20

Master of Business Administration Tuition $730 per credit hour
Room and Board1
Okinaga Hall, Apartment-Style
West, South, Paparazzo
Middle, East
$12,400
$11,600
$10,600
Student Service Fee2 $1,100
Technology Fee3 $200
  1. The Post University Board plan consists of 19 meals per week. Students living off campus may also participate in the meal plan.
  2. The Student Service Fee supports extracurricular experiences. This includes the Student Government Association’s various clubs, organizations, and programs, the Programming Board, and additional services that support students outside the classroom. This fee is only applicable to students residing on campus.
  3. The Technology Fee is charged at a rate of $50 per term. The stated fee is based upon enrollment in 4 consecutive terms for the academic year. This fee is for technological accommodations and equipment provided.
  4. The Laboratory Fee is charged at a rate of $100 per semester. The stated fee is based upon enrollment in 2 consecutive semesters for the academic year. This fee is for science classes that require laboratory accommodations and equipment provided.
  5. The Art Studio Fee is charged at a rate of $75 per semester. The stated fee is based upon enrollment in 2 consecutive semesters for the academic year. This fee is for art classes that require studio sessions and supplies.

Tuition and fees may be subject to change with notification.

Student Health Insurance Coverage Requirements & Fees*

All full-time students must have health insurance coverage. Students will automatically be enrolled in Post University’s insurance plan unless a waiver of personal insurance coverage is submitted, verified, and approved before the first day of classes. Students who are not enrolled for the full academic year will pay a prorated health insurance fee.

For more details, please visit STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE 2019-20 REQUIREMENTS AND PRICING INFORMATION

*If other Health Services are needed, visit Health Services. Fee is updated on an annual basis

$1,140 Annually

Additional Fees that May Apply to You
Books and Supplies (annual estimate)
The cost of books and supplies depends on the Program of Study, Studio, laboratory, Electronic Course Material fees may be applied to a course. Post University has transitioned many of its course materials to Electronic Course Materials. In many courses, students are charged a $90 fee for these materials. Electronic Course Materials are course materials that are available in a completely electronic format, which may include electronic versions of textbooks, narrated PowerPoint presentations, articles, case studies, access codes to additional content, and materials that are developed and gathered by faculty to address specific program and course outcomes.
 $1,200
Returned Check Fee
The following returned check fee will be applied for any declined check(s).
 $25
New Student Deposit
In order to ensure a position in a starting class, students must pay a deposit. Deposits are applied as a credit to a student’s tuition charges. Deposits are not refundable after May 1st.
 $100
Late Payment Fee
A late tuition payment fee is applied to accounts if full-time tuition and fees are not received by the specified due dates.
 $25
Orientation Fee (Undergraduate)
New Students
New International Students
New, full-time undergraduate students pay an orientation fee during their first semester.
$100
$375
SEVIS Fee
The SEVIS fee is a nonrefundable fee paid to the US Government for F-1 students.
$200
Transcript Copies
The following fees apply for transcript requests:Official per copy
Unofficial per copy
$10
$3
Graduation Fee
The following graduation fee will apply:
Graduate Undergraduate
$90
$90

 

 

 

Undergraduate Part-time Main Campus Tuition & Fees

Students enrolled for fewer than 12 credits hours per semester are classified as part-time students. The tuition for part-time students is as follows:

Tuition                                          2019-2020

Campus Day Course Fee              $945/credit
Auditing Fee                                  $472.50/credit
Senior Citizens Fee                       $300/course

A senior citizen (a person 62 years of age or older) may enroll in one or more credit courses on a space-available basis. Proof of age is required.

 

Payments

Monthly Statements

Monthly statements explain the current balances and activity on students’ accounts for the prior month. Students on monthly payment plans must follow the terms of their agreements. Any balances not covered by monthly payment plans are due and payable within 30 days.

Payment Schedule

A payment plan agreement can be obtained from the Office of Student Accounts. Payments are due beginning July 15th for the Fall Semester and December 15th for the Spring Semester. Subsequent payments are due on the 15th of each month.

Late Payments

Payments are due as established by the monthly payment plan agreements. Payments must be made on, or before, the set due date(s) or late payment fees will apply. If circumstances are such that payments cannot be made by the scheduled due date(s), students must contact the Office of Student Accounts to make special payment arrangements. These arrangements must be made in writing and agreed to by the student and the Office of Student Accounts no later than one week prior to the payment due date(s). An account that is not current could result in removal from classes or athletic activities, denial of registration for courses, withholding transcripts and diplomas, and assessment of interest equal to 1.5% monthly of the balance due, equal to 18% annually of the balance due. Students who are removed from classes may be administratively withdrawn from Post University.

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