Tuition and Fees - The flat rate tuition charge for full-time, undergraduate students covers twelve to eighteen credits per semester and basic fees. The 2004-2005 flat fee charge is $20,160.
Part-time, undergraduate students (those taking fewer than twelve credits per semester) and full-time, undergraduate students taking more than eighteen credits per semester are charged $611 per credit plus basic fees. Graduate students (both full- and part-time) are charged $611 per credit plus basic fees. Part-time nonmatriculated students are charged $282 per undergraduate credit, plus applicable fees.
Application Fee - A nonrefundable fee of $50 must accompany each application for admission to the College.
|Other Fees (if applicable)
||Acceptance fee (applicable toward tuition)
Application fee for undergraduate admission
Application fee for graduate admission
Athletic clothing fee
Bowling lab fee
Change of room fee
(all but undergraduate full-time students)
Community Music School
Computer graphics fee (1st year students)
EMSM New York Trip Fee
EMSM 350 Practicum Fee
First Aid/CPR certification fee
Golf lab fee
Late registration fee
Late payment fee (see nonpayment policy)
Lifeguarding certification fee
Lock change fee
Loft disposal fee
Lost ID fee
Lost key fee
Music lab fee
New Student Orientation fee
Outdoor Pursuits fee
Physician Assistant Practicum fee
(per semester if enrolled)
PE Professional uniform fee
Returned check charge
Rock climbing fee
Room cancellation fee
(plus a percentage of housing cost after July 2)
Scuba lab fee
Skiing lab fee
Sports first aid certification fee
Sport Management and Recreation Expedition Fee
Transcript fee (official)
Water safety instructor certification fee
The weekly meal option will provide students the opportunity to enjoy “all you care to eat” meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You will receive a specified number of guaranteed meals per week each semester, based on the meal plan you select. Each time you eat in Cheney Hall, one meal is reduced from your weekly meal plan allotment.
All of the dining plans offer Declining Dollars which are accepted like cash in all of our dining locations. Declining Dollars function using the same concept as an ATM or debit card. Whenever you buy food items on campus using this option, the total amount of your purchase will be subtracted from your Declining Dollars and you can add additional Declining Dollars to your card at any time.
The minimum meal plan required for resident students is the 14-meal plan. Note: The minimum meal plan requirement is not applicable to the students residing in the Townhouses, the Living Center, or off-campus housing.
Room Rental - Residence life is considered an integral portion of the students educational experience at Springfield College. Residence in the College facilities is required of all students in the first-year, sophomore, and junior classes, except those students enrolled as commuters. Students desiring to live at home with their families and commute to the College should request a housing waiver form when applying for admission. Seniors, commuters, and married students may take the option of living in College facilities or in off-campus housing. For the 2004-2005 academic year, the cost of living accommodations ranges from $4,000 for most rooms to $8,200 for some off-campus accommodations in the Living Center. Depending on a students individual choice for room furnishings, a fee may be required.
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