Please note tuition is assessed based on student type and not course type. That is:
- Undergraduate students taking undergraduate courses, pay the undergraduate rate
- Undergraduate students taking graduate courses, pay the undergraduate rate
- Undergraduate students taking a mixture of undergraduate and graduate courses, pay the undergraduate rate
The chart below shows actual costs for Pennsylvania and non-Pennsylvania residents during the 2013-2014 academic year for each semester.
All costs are subject to change.
Full time undergraduate tuition fee covers a normal academic load between 12 and 18 credit hours per semester.
The Advanced Registration Deposit (ARD) is $175. This is non-refundable. Please note that the New Student Orientation fee is included with the Advanced Registration Deposit.
Details about other fees that are related to tuition can be found here. These include the General Fee, Technology Fee and Transportation Fee.
Special Tuition Rate
Reduced tuition is charged to highly qualified out-of-state students enrolled as mathematics, science, or technology majors, including math and science education. Students assessed this special tuition rate need to remain full time during the semester that it is applied. This rate is assessed at $4967 for each semester during the 2013-2014 academic year. Click here for more details.
Students will be able to choose from 5 different meal plans. Please access the Meal Plan page to see current plans and rates. The 19 meal plan is pre-assigned to students living on campus. Changes and/or additions to meal plans and dining dollars can be made through the myESU portal page.
Students must sign-up for on campus housing each year (Fall & Spring) through their myESU portal page. A housing deposit of $200 must be paid during the housing sign-up period. This is applied to the student housing charges and is non-refundable. Please access the Housing page to see current rates.
The fees and charges set forth herein are subject to adjustment at any time. Questions regarding rates and fees should be directed to the Student Enrollment Center.