Tuition and Expenses

 

Undergraduate Tuition and Fees (2014-2015)

  Semester Year Summer
Tuition $10,066 $20,132  $390/hr
General Fee $474 $948  
Room Rent
(double occupancy)
$1,860 $3,720 $240/mo
Campus Dining Minimum $1,400 $2,800  

Total Estimated Expense

$13,800

$27,600

 

 

Potential Additional Costs Semester Year Summer
Books and Academic Supplies
(varies by major)
$550 $1,100  
Health Insurance
(estimated student-only rate)
$597 $1,110 $273


Go here for the international student student estimated expenses.

 

Graduate Physician Assistant Costs (2014-2015)

  Grad Year 1 Grad Year 2 Grad Year 3 
Tuition* $28,080 $33,696 $22,464
Fees $3,448 $3,948 $2,948

Total

$31,528

$37,644

$25,412

 

*Tuition costs vary between years because of summer class requirements. Grad Year 1 students are part-time students in the summer. Grad Year 2 students are full time summer students. Grad Year 3 do not have summer classes.
 

Potential Additional Costs Semester Year Summer
Books/Supplies Estimate $1,225 $2,550 $1,000
Health Insurance
(estimated student-only rate)
$650 $1,110 $300


When planning for your collegiate experience, typically tuition and fees increase 3-5% per year, but that is just an estimate. Tuition and fee rates will be posted annually. 

 

Undergraduate Tuition and Fees (2014-2015)

Tuition and General Fee
Full-time students (12-17 credits) enrolled in undergraduate level classes pay flat-rate tuition or a rate of $840 per credit below 12 and above 17 credits.

A per hour audit fee of $84 is applied when available. Students enrolled in the master's-level physician assistant program pay flat-rate tuition or a rate of $936 per credit hour. General fees are assessed each semester for all students taking six or more credits. See table above.

Residence Hall Rent
Local telephone, high-speed Internet and cable TV services are included. A refundable $105 deposit is charged. Single occupancy is an additional $1,225 per year. An additional $100 per year is charged for students in Prescott Hall. College apartments are available, on space available basis, to married students, students who are parents, or students 22 years of age or older. See table above.

Campus Dining - Residence Hall Students
The average yearly cost for women is $2,750-3,200 and $2,750-3,400 for men. Minimum charge per semester is $1,400 for all students living in a residence hall. Learn more about meal plan choices here.

Books & Academic Supplies
The estimated cost for books and academic supplies per semester is $550. The cost of additional supplies that may be required for classes such as art, music, nursing, engineering and physical education is not included in this estimate plan.

International Rescue and Relief Fees
International Rescue and Relief has an additional general program fee of $380 per semester beginning with the first semester of sophomore year, excluding the semester abroad.

SEMESTER ABROAD:
In addition to regular tuition charges, the program fee for the semester abroad is $6,100 (includes lodging and food).

COLORADO:
Tuition for the Colorado trip is $4,200, plus a $1,135 program fee.

Nursing Fees
For students admitted into the nursing program, a nursing confirmation fee of $250 will be charged. For those enrolled in the nursing program, a fee of $700 per semester/summer term will be charged.

Health Insurance
Health insurance is required for all full-time students (students registered for 12 or more credits). Proof of coverage is required at registration. Health plans may also be purchased through Union at an estimated $1,110 per year (August to August) of coverage (student-only rate; packages available for spouces and dependents).

Music Lessons
13 half-hour lessons are $350 per semester.

Teaching Learning Center (TLC)
A variety of services are available, and typical costs are $720 per semester.

Terms:
Union College reserves the right to make changes to any provision or requirement at any time with particular reference to admission, registration, tuition and fees, financial aid and scholarship programs. 

 

 

Estimated Tuition and Fees (2013-2014)

  Undergraduate Physician Assistant
  Semester Year Summer Semester Year Summer
Tuition $9,775 $19,550  $375/hr $10,795 $21,590 $900/hr
General Fee $460 $920   $460 $920  
Room Rent
(double occupancy)
$1,810 $3,620 $232/mo      
Campus Dining Minimum $1,375 $2,750        
Total Estimated Expense $13,420 $26,840   $11,255 $22,510  
Books and Academic Supplies
(varies by major)
$550 $1,100   $1,100 $2,200  
Health Insurance
(estimated student-only rate)
$597 $1,010 $273 $597 $1,010 $273

Go here for the international student student estimated expenses.

 

Tuition and Fees (2013-2014)

Tuition and General Fee
Full-time students (12-17 credits) enrolled in undergraduate level classes pay flat-rate tuition or a rate of $815 per credit below 12 and above 17 credits.

A per hour audit fee of $81 is applied when available. General fees are assessed each semester for all students taking six or more credits. See table above.

Residence Hall Rent
Local telephone, high-speed Internet and cable TV services are included. A refundable $105 deposit is charged. Single occupancy is an additional $1,200 per year. An additional $100 per year is charged for students in Prescott Hall. College apartments are available, on space available basis, to married students, students who are parents, or students 22 years of age or older. See table above.

Campus Dining - Residence Hall Students
The average yearly cost for women is $2,750-3,200 and $2,750-3,400 for men. Minimum charge per semester is $1,375 for all students living in a residence hall. Learn more about meal plan choices here.

Books & Academic Supplies
The estimated cost for books and academic supplies per semester is $550. The cost of additional supplies that may be required for classes such as art, music, nursing, engineering and physical education is not included in this estimate plan.

International Rescue and Relief Fees
International Rescue and Relief has an additional general program fee of $335 per semester beginning with the first semester of sophomore year, excluding the semester abroad.

SEMESTER ABROAD:
In addition to regular tuition charges, the program fee for the semester abroad is $6,100 (includes lodging and food).

COLORADO:
Tuition for the Colorado trip is $4,075, plus a $1,135 program fee.

Nursing Fees
For students admitted into the nursing program, a nursing confirmation fee of $250 will be charged. For those enrolled in the nursing program, a fee of $700 per semester/summer term will be charged.

Health Insurance
Health insurance is required for all full-time students (students registered for 12 or more credits). Proof of coverage is required at registration. Health plans may also be purchased through Union at an estimated $1,010 per year (August to August) of coverage (student-only rate; packages available for spouces and dependents).

Music Lessons
13 half-hour lessons are $350 per semester.

Teaching Learning Center (TLC)
A variety of services are available, and typical costs are $700 per semester.

Terms:
Union College reserves the right to make changes to any provision or requirement at any time with particular reference to admission, registration, tuition and fees, financial aid and scholarship programs. 

 

 

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