Tuition and Fees

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Tuition & Fees – Academic Year 2024 – 2025

DescriptionOn CampusOff Campus
Undergraduate Day Tuition1$41,115$41,115
Comprehensive Fee$1,590$1,590
Health Services Fee$160$160
Housing (Standard Room)2$9,000N/A
Meals (Standard Meal Plan)2$6,800N/A
Personal Expenses$1,500$1,500

Housing & Meals – Academic Year 2024 – 2025

DescriptionYear Total
Standard Housing/Meal2$15,800
Copper Beech Apartments/Meal2$16,950

Additional Fees – Academic Year 2024 – 2025

Fee DescriptionAmount
Health Insurance*TBD
Lab & Course Fees$30 to $90
Late Payment Fee$250
Overload Fee (excess of 18 credits)$1,000 per credit
Parking Fee* (Residents)$390
Parking Fee* (Commuters)$340
Refund Insurance Fee*TBD
*All students are charged Student Health Insurance; however, the fee is waived if the student completes an online waiver showing they have comparable coverage.

Massachusetts State Law requires that students who attend college full-time pay a health insurance fee. You may qualify to waive this fee. Under state law, every student enrolled in at least a 75% full-time course load must participate in a qualifying student health insurance program or in a health benefit plan with comparable coverage. Massachusetts State Law requires students carrying 9 or more credits be enrolled in a qualified health insurance program. To enroll in the Nichols plan or submit a waiver, please complete the corresponding form at University Health Plans.

Statements are available electronically prior to the start of the semester and are due on the following schedule (subject to change):

  • Fall: Payment in full or a payment plan must be finalized by July 1st.
  • Spring: Payment in full or a payment plan must be finalized by January 3rd.
  • Summer and Winter sessions: Payment is due by the posted payment date for the session.

There are many ways to pay your statement charges:

  • 529 Plan Disbursements
  • Check/Cash
  • Credit/Debit Cards
  • Financial Aid Loans & Grants
  • Monthly Payment Plans
  • GI Bill / Yellow Ribbon Program
  • MEFA UPlan
  • Scholarships from other companies/organizations in your community and extended community.

Students who are considering withdrawing should contact Deborah Champagne, Director, Student Accounts at 508-213-2320 or or Jackie Chaisson, Assistant Director, Student Accounts at 508-213-2379 or to review any potential financial impact.

Residence Life Fees – Academic Year 2024 – 2025

Fee DescriptionAmount
Single Room Supplement$3,275
Single Room Supplement – Copper Beech$3,275
Returned Check Fee$50
Study Abroad Fee$1,500

International Students – Academic Year 2024 – 2025

Fee DescriptionAmount
International Student Fee$650


¹ The cost of textbooks is not included in tuition charges. Textbooks are purchased separately through the First Day® Complete program. Students may be eligible to obtain a book voucher from Student Financial Services. Contact to learn more about our book voucher program.

² Residency changes during the term:

  • Resident to Commuter: If you move off campus during the term, your room and meal is pro-rated according to the Withdrawal Policy. There is a very limited time frame to receive a pro-rate of charges.
  • Commuter to Resident: Becoming a resident student mid-term is subject to room availability. Please contact the Residence Life Department to discuss your options at

All Resident students are required to have a meal plan. A Commuter Meal Plan is also available. Contact for more information.