UND Tuition Model and Student Fees (2023)

Tuition Rates

Tuition rates are based on 12 credits per semester for fall and spring, unless otherwise noted. Tuition rates for summer are based on 9 credits per semester, unless otherwise noted.

Mandatory Student Fees

Mandatory fees support costs that are associated with services, activities, facilities and infrastructure that support students outside the classroom. Fees are required for on-campus and online students.

Maximum Fees Per Semester

The UND Student Fees have a maximum cost of $718.68 based on 12 credits. Students taking less than 12 credits, will be assessed the UND Student Fee at a rate of $59.89 per credit.

UND Student Fees $718.68
Technology Fee $72
Connect ND Fees $66
NDSA Fee $0.48

Fee Details

The amount of the fee represents an average cost based on the estimated number of students, mix of full time versus part time enrollments and the overall estimated cost of services, activities, facilities and infrastructure. Needs of both on-campus and distance students are taken into consideration and all students are charged based on the number of credits enrolled.

The Budget Office is responsible for the allocation of revenue generated by the UND Student Fees. Use of this revenue is reviewed annually with allocation decisions made as part of the annual budget process. The allocations for bond requirements are set at the time the bond is initiated and these legal obligations take priority in the allocation process.

A portion of the fee revenue is allocated taking into consideration the recommendation of the University Fee Allocation Committee. This committee consists of four students, three faculty/staff and is chaired by the Budget Manager or Designee. This committee is advisory to the President.

Examples of costs supported by student fees include Student Government, Student Health, Bonds, Technology, Wellness, Memorial Union, Career Services, Substance Abuse Prevention Programming, Multicultural Programs & Services, Athletics and the Judicial/Crisis Team.

Based on a long standing agreement with Student Government, increases to the UND Student Fees are indexed to the rate of the approved tuition increase up to a maximum of 5%. Any increase above the 5% is approved by the President under SBHE Policy 805.2 section 1.b.

Fee for auditing a class (taking for no credit) will be 50% of the regular, per hour tuition charge of the same course. Mandatory fees are not charged.

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A collaborative student is one who is earning their degree from UND and chooses to enroll in courses at another North Dakota University System (NDUS) institution within the same term. The institution from which the student is earning a degree is considered the "home institution." The institution(s) that supplies courses for a degree is considered the "provider institution(s)."

The student pays tuition/fees at their Home Institution for the Collaborative Courses. The cost information is received from the Provider Institution. This additional amount will be included on the student's account balance at UND. Collaborative courses are not subject to the UND tuition cap.

Room and Board

On average, it’s $160 less per month to live on UND's campus than off campus.

Estimated Room & Meal Plan $10,170/year
Estimated Books & Supplies $800/year

UND Tuition Disclaimers

Undergraduate Tuition Disclaimers

Active Duty Military Tuition Disclaimers

UND offers an Active Duty Military Tuition rate of $250 per credit to undergraduate students* using Federal Tuition Assistance (TA) benefits. You must apply to UND before being eligible for TA benefits.

*Active duty military tuition rates are not valid for any Aerospace, Computer Science, Engineering, Geology, Graduate, Law and Medical Programs or self-paced enroll anytime (SPEA) online courses.

Veteran & Dependents Tuition Disclaimers

Get the North Dakota tuition rate for all on-campus programs regardless of actual state of legal residency if you're one of the following:

  • Active duty military for more than 30 days (includes National Guard and Reserves if active duty for other than training purposes)
  • Member of National Guard or Reserves
  • Military veteran
  • Dependents (spouse or child of a service member) as listed above
  • Contracted ROTC cadets at the University of North Dakota

This tuition rate policy includes undergraduates, graduates, medical and law students enrolled in on-campus programs. Students enrolled in online programs pay a flat rate per credit regardless of military status or residency. You must indicate service member, veteran or military-affiliated on yourapplicationto receive these rates. If you did not indicate your affiliation on the application, you mustapply for North Dakota residency.

You must apply to UND before being eligible to receive military tuition benefits.

2022-23 Military Tuition Rates

Undergraduate Program-Specific Disclaimers

Nistler College of Business & Public Administration

Business program tuition costs are applied to both pre-majors and majors.

College of Engineering & Mines

Engineering program tuition costs are applied to both pre-majors and majors.

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John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences

Aviation program tuition costs are applied to both pre-majors and majors. Aviation programs have their own flight course requirements and program fees for an additional cost.

Aviation COSTS

B.S.N.

Costs of laboratory tests, immunizations, and health insurance required for the protection of the student and patients are the responsibility of the student. There are additional expenses related to background checks, uniforms and clinical equipment, graduation, and licensure preparation.

Students are responsible for transportation related to clinical experiences. Students may complete the practicum course at a distant site which will require travel and housing costs associated with that affiliation.

Estimated Books and Supplies
Semester 1 $1,400
Semester 2 $250
Semester 3 $250
Semester 4 $400

Undergraduate Student Additional Fees

Additional fees may be assessed for new incoming students, flight costs/aviation, study abroad, music lessons, marching band, student teaching expenses or select physical education course rental expenses.

Incoming Student Fee

All incoming undergraduate students will pay a one-time, nonrefundable new incoming student fee ($200) to cover the costs of services and events such as New Student Orientation, Welcome Weekend and the U Card (student ID). The fee will be assessed with their first-semester tuition costs.

Incoming graduate, law, medical, collaborative, LAUNCH and non-degree students are exempt from the new student fee. Effective Fall 2021, UND employees who begin an undergraduate degree program and use the employee waiver benefit will receive a waiver of the new student fee.

Graduate Tuition Disclaimers

Rates

Rates include mandatory fees but do not include flight costs/aviation, study abroad, music lessons, marching band, student teaching or select physical education course rental expenses. Mandatory fees will be billed at $71.43 per credit. Tuition and fees are subject to final SBHE approval and are subject to change for the 2022-23 academic year.

On-Campus Students

Tuition and fees will be capped at 12 credits per semester. Semester-based online courses are included in the 12-credit tuition cap and will be billed based on your residency rate.

Online Programs

Tuition is charged per credit regardless of residency. Online tuition is not capped at 12 credits per semester, however, an online student's mandatory fees are capped at 12 credits per semester.

Graduate Programs Military Disclaimers

Get the North Dakota tuition rate for all on-campus programs regardless of actual state of legal residency if you're one of the following:

  • Active duty military for more than 30 days (includes National Guard and Reserves if active duty for other than training purposes)
  • Member of National Guard or Reserves
  • Military veteran
  • Dependents (spouse or child of a service member) as listed above
  • Contracted ROTC cadets at the University of North Dakota

This tuition rate policy includes undergraduates, graduates, medical and law students enrolled in on-campus programs. Students enrolled in online programs pay a flat rate per credit regardless of military status or residency. You must indicate service member, veteran or military-affiliated on yourapplicationto receive these rates. If you did not indicate your affiliation on the application, you mustapply for North Dakota residency.

2022-23 Military Tuition Rates

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Graduate and Professional Program-Specific Tuition Disclaimers

K-12 School Counseling Emphasis Certificate

Students admitted to the Masters in K-12 Online Counseling program or the K-12 School Counseling Emphasis Certificate program prior to Spring 21 will be billed the Online Graduate Education Rate.

Law

Academic year includes fall and spring semesters. Minnesota, Montana, South Dakota Manitoba and Saskatchewan residents receive contiguous tuition rates of $762.64 per credit. Student fees are $71.43 per credit (capped at 12 credits per semester). Tuition is not capped at 12 credits per semester.

Active duty military, veterans and dependents are eligible to receive the North Dakota in-state tuition rate. To receive military benefits, you must follow the military admissions process.

Occupational Therapy

Tuition is billed at a flat full-time rate of $8,335.04 (ND/MN residents) and $12,021.69 (all other residents) for each fall and spring term. Summer term is billed at 60% of the semester flat full-time rate.

If you are a student from a WICHE state* enrolled in the Casper, WY program, tuition is billed the same flat full-rate for fall and spring as for ND residents: $8,335.04 per term. Summer tuition is billed at 60 percent. Fees are billed at $2,357.19 for the academic year, including summer. Contact the Department of Occupational Therapy for tuition details.

*WICHE states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

^Years 1 and 2 include Fall, Spring and Summer terms. Year 3 includes Fall and Spring only.

Rates are based on AY 20-21 amounts and are subject to change. Additional costs may be incurred related to professional organization memberships and travel for clinicals and fieldwork.

ND/MN Tuition
Year 1^ Year 2^ Year 3^ Total
Tuition $21,671.10 $21,671.10 $16,670.08 $60,012.29
Fees $2,357.19 $2,357.19 $1,714.32 $6,428.70
Books & Supplies $1,800 $1,800 $1,400 $5,000
Total $25,828.29 $25,828.29 $19,784.40 $71,440.99
Non-Resident/WICHE Tuition
Year 1^ Year 2^ Year 3^ Total
Tuition $32,506.65 $32,506.65 $25,005.12 $90,018.41
Fees $2,357.19 $2,357.19 $1,714.32 $6,428.70
Books & Supplies $1,800 $1,900 $1,400 $5,000
Total $36,663.84 $36,663.84 $28,119.44 $101,447.11

ND/MN/WY/WICHE* Tuition
Year 1^ Year 2^ Year 3^ Total
Tuition $21,671.10 $21,671.10 $16,670.08 $60,012.29
Fees $2,357.19 $2,357.19 $1,714.32 $6,428.70
Books & Supplies $1,800 $1,800 $1,400 $5,000
Total $25,828.29 $25,828.29 $19,784.40 $71,440.99
Non-Resident/Non-WICHE* Tuition
Year 1^ Year 2^ Year 3^ Total
Tuition $32,506.65 $32,506.65 $25,005.12 $90,018.41
Fees $2,357.19 $2,357.19 $1,714.32 $6,428.70
Books & Supplies $1,800 $1,800 $1,400 $5,200
Total $36,663.84 $36,663.84 $28,119.44 $101,447.11
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Physical Therapy

Tuition is billed at a flat full-time rate of $7,706.21 (ND/MN residents) and $11,559.32 (all other residents) for each fall and spring term. Summer term is billed at 60% of the semester flat full-time rate.

WICHE Certified physical therapy students receive support payments as a scholarship. Contact Alyson White with the Department of Physical Therapy for tuition details.

Physician Assistant

Physician Assistant program tuition bills at a flat rate for all terms: fall, spring and summer. If you are a South Dakota or Montana resident, tuition is billed a flat rate of $29,148.97 for all terms plus student fees of $2,357.19.

Public Health

Tuition will not be capped at 12 credits per semester for the on-campus Master's in Public Health program.

Nurse Anesthesia

Tuition and fees are calculated at 12 credits for fall and spring terms, 9 credits for summer term.

Additional Graduate Student Fees

Additional fees may be assessed for new incoming students, flight costs/aviation, study abroad, music lessons, marching band, student teaching expenses or select physical education course rental expenses.

Continuing Enrollment

For graduate students finishing their dissertation or thesis, a Continuing Enrollment fee is billed at $100 per credit hour; regular tuition is not charged for Continuing Enrollment credits and mandatory fees are not charged; not eligible for financial aid.

Collaborative Tuition

A collaborative student is one who is earning their degree from UND and chooses to enroll in courses at another North Dakota University System (NDUS) institution within the same term. The institution from which the student is earning a degree is considered the "home institution." The institution(s) that supplies courses for a degree is considered the "provider institution(s)."

The student pays tuition/fees at their Home Institution for the Collaborative Courses. The cost information is received from the Provider Institution. This additional amount will be included on the student's account balance at UND. Collaborative courses are not subject to the UND tuition cap.

UND's Tuition Model

UND moved to a new tuition model to increase transparency and simplicity for students. One of the new model's benefits is that most program and course fees have been rolled into the tuition rates so students know what to expect on their bills. Please see Tuition Model FAQs for full details.

Changes to tuition and fees are governed by State Board of Higher Education (SBHE) Policy 805.1 and 805.3. Waiver of mandatory fees is governed by SBHE Policy 820.

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*Tuition and fees are subject to change.

Questions About Tuition?

If you have questions about your tuition rate, please email onestop@UND.edu.

FAQs

What is indicative total tuition fee? ›

An “indicative total program tuition fee” is the estimated total tuition fee cost of enrolling in a program for its standard duration from its earliest commencing semester. Fees are reviewed annually.

What is the tuition for UND? ›

Is tuition fee per year or per month? ›

Most colleges present their tuition and fees together as an annual cost. Tuition usually applies to one academic year of college classes (from September to May, for example), unless otherwise specified. There are schools with quarter or semester systems which could break their pricing up that way.

What does fee per module mean? ›

Module Fee means the full fee expressed to be payable in respect of a particular Module. In the case of Students resitting Modules, Kaplan may, in its sole discretion, offer a more intensive delivery of this Module for such Students.

How are tuition fees calculated? ›

How to calculate tuition per credit hour
  1. College tuition isn't one flat rate, there are also taxes and additional fees rolled into that sum.
  2. $600 per credit hour x 15 total credit hours (for 5 classes) = $9,000 tuition for the credit hours.
  3. Cost per credit hour x total credit hours = estimated tuition cost.
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What is the difference between tuition fee and semester fee? ›

Tuition fee only includes fees for lectures and study fees. No, they are two different terms, semester is usually for 6 months (half a year) and semester fee includes tuition fees, hostel fees and any other miscellaneous fees. Tuition fee only includes fees for lectures and study fees.

What major is UND known for? ›

We've emerged as a leader in engineering, medicine, aviation, space, and unmanned aircraft systems.

What grades do you need to get for med school at UND? ›

Admission Requirements
  • Completion of an associate degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution;
  • Verification of at least a 2.8 GPA;
  • Successful completion of the following courses with a C or better: Introduction to Chemistry - 4 cr.; Concepts of Biology - 4 cr.; ...
  • Clinical site placement.

Is UND a good University? ›

University of North Dakota's 2022-2023 Rankings

University of North Dakota is ranked #250 out of 443 National Universities. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence.

Do you have to pay tuition all at once? ›

Most schools do not require you to pay tuition for the entire year up front. However, if you receive financial aid, the grant or loan you receive typically covers a full academic year.

How many semesters are in a year? ›

The Academic Year is divided into two (2) semesters of at least sixteen (16) weeks each, exclusive of registration and final examination periods. Each semester shall consist of at least one hundred (100) class days. A midyear session of six (6) weeks follows the second semester.

How many months are in a semester? ›

How Long Is a College Semester in Months? A college semester is 15 weeks, which is just shy of four months. Typical trimester terms are three months, and quarters are about two and a half months long. Accelerated courses are usually finished in two months or less.

How much does it cost to pass a module? ›

You must attempt every assessment you are given to do to pass a module. However, you do not have to get a pass mark in every assessment in order to pass the module overall. A pass mark for undergraduate students is 40% and for postgraduate students it is 50%.

How many modules do you do per semester? ›

A module is a self-contained unit of study within your programme. You will usually study 4 modules in each semester. What is a semester? A semester is a period of study time, usually 15 weeks long.

Do you have to pay to retake modules? ›

The module mark for your resit will be capped (unless special regulations apply to the programme), and will count for the year in which you originally took the module rather than the year of the resit. You will need to pay a registration fee but no tuition fees for that module.

Which one is correct fee or fees? ›

There's a big difference: Fee is singular and denotes a single charge, and fees is plural and denotes two or more charges.

Is tuition fee an income? ›

Tuition and education fees are eligible for tax benefits in India. Deductions of up to Rs. 1.5 lakh can be claimed based on this. There are different eligibility criteria for different payments as well as certain payments that are not eligible.

What is the difference between a fee paying student and a regular student? ›

Fee-paying students will be charged the factual cost of their tuition fees in the public universities, which therefore makes their fees high. Regular students on the other hand, have their tuition fees subsidised by the government so that they don't pay tuition but still pay fees to cover other expenses.

Is tuition and fees expenses or funding? ›

Qualified expenses are amounts paid for tuition, fees and other related expense for an eligible student that are required for enrollment or attendance at an eligible educational institution. You must pay the expenses for an academic period* that starts during the tax year or the first three months of the next tax year.

What is the meaning of 1st year tuition fee? ›

It means fees for one year, not 2 years. It means fees for one year, not 2 years. It means fees for one year, not 2 years.

Can you smoke on UND campus? ›

UND is a tobacco free campus; however, tobacco use is allowed on city sidewalks and streets. The Tobacco Free Policy covers all forms of tobacco including all forms of electronic smoking devices.

Is UND a wet campus? ›

“UND is a dry campus with a very leaky roof,” UND student said. Although UND claims to be a dry campus, it seems to be a reoccurring topic whether we are or not.

How much does it cost to live in a dorm at UND? ›

On average, it's $160 less per month to live on campus than off-campus.
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Residence Hall Rates.
Living TypeMonthly Rate*Monthly Cost Per Person**
Residence Hall Double Room$520$520.00/person
Residence Hall Single Room$660$660.00/person
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Is a 3.0 too low for med school? ›

While perfect grades are not required for medical school admission, premeds "would want to be in the mid-3.0 range and higher to feel relatively competitive," Grabowski says. Still, it is possible to get into med school with a mediocre or low GPA.

What is the lowest GPA for med school? ›

Most medical schools set a cap at a 3.0 GPA. Generally, a low GPA is less than a school's 75th or 80th percentile. You can also review your chosen school's average GPA for accepted students. If your GPA is more than 0.3 points below that average, you can assume the school will consider it low.

Can you get into medical school with 2 C's? ›

In general, pre-med students are advised to retake courses in which they have earned a 'C. ' In reality, one or two 'C's will not rule out medical school for anyone, especially for otherwise high-achieving students.

Is nd a Ivy League? ›

The University of Notre Dame is not an Ivy League School.

The Ivy League is an NCAA Division I athletic conference, rather than an academic designation.

Is UND a safe campus? ›

UND is consistently ranked as the safest college in North Dakota.

Do you have to live in a dorm at UND? ›

All first-year students are required to live in a residence hall on-campus for their first, full academic year. First-year students are defined as undergraduate students who: Enroll full-time at UND within one year of their high school graduation or equivalent.

What happens if you dont pay student tuition? ›

If you can't pay your college tuition, your school account could be placed on hold. This means you might not be able to attend classes, receive financial aid, or have your diploma issued until your account is brought up to date.

What happens if I don't pay my tuition fees? ›

If you don't pay your University tuition fees you will be suspended from your course and from access to all University facilities. You will not be allowed to sit any examinations or submit any coursework. If you are having difficulty paying your fees, we recommend you talk to your college at the earliest opportunity.

What happens if you forget to pay tuition? ›

An unpaid tuition bill can also end up in collections. Your school may have its own collection department or it may sell unpaid tuition debt to a collection agency. If collections aren't resolved and the amount owed paid, your school may choose to take legal action.

What are 4 semesters called? ›

A quarter system divides the academic year into four sessions: fall, winter, spring, and summer.

Does 2 semesters equal a year? ›

A semester is the basic unit of time by which an academic year is divided under a “semester system.” An academic year is typically divided into two such semesters—consisting of a total of 15 weeks each.

How many semesters is 2 years? ›

How Many Semesters Are in 2 Years of College? At a college that's on the semester system, you can typically complete 4 semesters in 2 years. During your first academic year, you can enroll for the fall term and then the spring term.

How long is usually 1 semester? ›

A semester is a calendar that divides the academic year into 15 - 17 week terms. There are generally two semesters per academic year: Fall (beginning in August or September) and Spring (beginning in January).

How many classes do you take a day in college? ›

On average, students attend six classes every day in the same building. While some classes such as electives only last for a fall or spring semester, other classes like English or math last the entire academic year. Classes like these depend heavily on each institution's curriculum.

What does 1st semester mean? ›

First semester means the first 90 teaching days of the 180 days of the school year.

Can I still pass if I fail a module? ›

Usually, universities allow students to re-sit a failed module. If a learner doesn't pass the failed module after a re-sit, the learning institution will let them repeat or retake that module in the next academic year.

What happens if I fail a module? ›

you must repeat the modules that you failed. you may be excluded from further study and you may not continue.

Can I graduate if I fail a module? ›

If your uni has the same system, then even if you fail your exam resit you will probably pass the year and graduate (so long as you achieve a paltry 25% for the module).

Is 3 classes a semester enough? ›

Generally, a student who takes 12 credits or hours per semester is considered a full-time student. As every class typically requires at least 3 classes, you would need to take at least 4 classes per semester to be considered full-time. However, this may vary from one college to another.

Is 4 classes enough for a semester? ›

Breaking it down further, most college courses at schools with semesters are worth three credit hours. So on average, you would expect to take five classes a semester. That's above the usual minimum, which is 12 hours, and below the maximum, which is normally 18.

Can I take 4 classes per semester? ›

Since a class typically requires at least three credits, for most students four classes per semester is what is considered a full-time student.

How many times can you fail a module in university? ›

The general principle is that you are entitled to receive the teaching for a module once and that you can have two attempts at passing it.

What happens if you fail a module twice? ›

What Happens If You Fail A Module Twice?: Students typically get one chance to retake failed modules. If they don't pass in that amount of time, they'll probably have to retake the module the following year, which will cost them more money and prevent them from moving on to the next year of their study.

What happens if you fail one module in first year? ›

Basically it boils down to the uni saying "okay, so all your other work is of standard, we'll let you off this one module". They may request a resit or some other form of work, but it does allow you to progress on to the next year of study.

Is tuition fee and enrollment fee the same? ›

Tuition fees are the cost of the degree you want to study. The enrollment fee is just the amount of money you have to pay to enroll yourself into that course.

What is the difference between fee paying and regular student? ›

Fee-paying students will be charged the factual cost of their tuition fees in the public universities, which therefore makes their fees high. Regular students on the other hand, have their tuition fees subsidised by the government so that they don't pay tuition but still pay fees to cover other expenses.

What is statutory tuition fee Netherlands? ›

Statutory tuition fee amount

The statutory tuition fees for the 2022-2023 academic year are € 2,209.00 for a full-time study programme. The statutory tuition fees for the 2023-2024 academic year are € 2,314.00 for a full-time study programme.

What is total assessment fee? ›

An Assessment fee is charged on the total of your monthly sales for each credit card brand and is paid entirely to the credit card associations. The combination of these fees are sometimes referred to as a “swipe fee”. This term describes these fees well.

Can a fee paying student become a regular student? ›

No! Once a fee paying student, always a fee paying student. In other words, you cannot change your admission status from fee paying to regular. If a fee paying student can no longer sustain the payment of fees, he has to withdraw his studentship.

Why do we pay tuition fees? ›

It helps cover the amount an institution spends to provide educational services to students, but the total amount to deliver a high-quality college education exceeds the price students pay.

Why are student fees so high? ›

The main reason for the excessive cost is the lack of government funding for universities. All schools of higher education are profitable institutes which receive minimal public funding so must charge fees for high quality tuition.

Are student tuition fees means tested? ›

Tuition Fee Loan

This money isn't means-tested, so household income won't affect how much you get.

Can a student pay their full university fees? ›

Students should pay their full university fees themselves as they benefit from having university studies and not the society as a whole.

How much does a student need per month in the Netherlands? ›

Students spend an average of € 800 - € 1,100 a month.

How much bank balance is required to study in Netherlands? ›

Proof you have sufficient financial means to support yourself during the course of your studies, set by the Dutch Ministry of Justice to be at least €850 per month. Bank statements and scholarship letters are accepted.

How much money do you need to study in Netherlands? ›

You can expect to pay anywhere between: 6,000 - 15,000 EUR/year for a Bachelor's degree. 8,000 - 20,000 EUR/year for a Master's degree.

What is the difference between a fee and an assessment? ›

Whereas dues are a recurring fee intended to pay for the day-to-day expenses of the HOA, assessments are a one-time fee typically meant to cover the cost of unexpected expenses. The calculation of monthly HOA dues takes place before the beginning of each year by making expense projections and factoring in the reserves.

What is a fee total? ›

Total Fee means the sum of the Plan Fee and the Insurance Fee, as applicable. The Total Fee is exclusive of applicable taxes and levies.

What is a fee assessment questionnaire? ›

The FSQ form aims to get more information about you and your family's background on which the university can make their final decision on your fee status. They will also ask for corresponding evidence to match what you write on the form.

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