Oct 17, 2018  
2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Tuition and Fees


Tuition and Fees *

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  1. Billing materials for the first term’s tuition will be sent in mid-June. Bills for the second term’s tuition will be sent in November.
     
  2. Payment of bills is to be made before July 24 for the 1st term and before December 22 for the 2nd term, made payable to Saint Joseph’s College, and addressed to: 

    Treasurer’s Office
    Saint Joseph’s College
    278 Whites Bridge Rd.
    Standish, ME 04084.

    Cash payments are not officially received unless receipted at the Treasurer’s Office.
     
  3. All financial obligations must be satisfied in order to insure continuance at the College. Grades and/or transcripts will not be released until all financial obligations are met. When it is necessary to forward an unpaid account to an outside collection agency, that account is responsible for all collection fees.

* All tuition and fee figures are applicable for the 2010 - 2011 academic year.

Note: Any student, regardless of program, taking 12 credits or more a semester is charged the full-time undergraduate rate.

Tuition

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Full-time students (12-19 credits per semester)   $13,200 per semester
Extra course (credits in excess of 19 per semester)   875 per credit
Part-time students (9-11 credits per semester)   875 per credit
Part-time students (1-8 credits per semester)   475 per credit
General Fee (assessed to full-time students)   325 per year

Two or more members of the same family are entitled to a 10% reduction of tuition for the second member.

Special Fees

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Audit, per credit hour   $150
Graduation fee   150
Transcript fee for each additional copy after the first   5
Late payment fee (per semester)   100
B.S. in Nursing, per year   1,200
Technology fee for full-time resident student   410
Technology fee for full-time commuter student   170
Technology fee for part-time student (6-11 credits)   170
Lab fee   75

Resident Student Fees

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Room and Board (per semester)   $5,275
Security Deposit   250

Activity Fees

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A charge for Student Activities will be paid directly to the Treasurer of the College and will be included in the billing for the first term.

The rates are:   for residents   $210
    for commuters   195

Advance Deposits

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All incoming first-year and transfer students are required to submit a $200 tuition deposit to the Office of Admission. The deposit will be applied to first term tuition charges. This deposit is refundable until May 1 for those entering in September. Deposits received after May 1 are nonrefundable. Requests for a refund must be addressed to the Office of Admission and be postmarked no later than May 1.

Candidates for the spring term must also submit a $200 tuition deposit upon notification of acceptance to the College. The spring term deposit is refundable if notice is given prior to January 1.

Refunds

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The College must anticipate for fiscal reasons that enrolled students will complete the term to which they were admitted. Should it be necessary for valid reason (e.g., military service) to withdraw prior to the end of a term, the student must personally notify the Office of the Registrar to receive official permission to withdraw and to determine the date of withdrawal for refunding purposes. At that time the Treasurer will determine the amount of refund according to the following schedule for tuition (but not for fees):

Withdrawal during the first 2 weeks   Refund of 80% of tuition
Withdrawal during the 3rd week   Refund of 60% of tuition
Withdrawal during the 4th week   Refund of 40% of tuition
Withdrawal during the 5th week   Refund of 20% of tuition
Withdrawal after the 5th week   No refund

[ NOTE: Room and Board is NOT REFUNDABLE ]

Students who have received or who are scheduled to receive federal financial aid and withdraw during a semester are subject to federal refunding rules. The federal formula allows a student to keep aid that is earned based on the amount of time the student was enrolled. This calculation is performed upon receipt of the official withdrawal form or at the request of the student.

A student’s charges are determined using the institution’s refund formula. Therefore, it is advisable for a student who is considering withdrawal to meet with the Associate Dean for Financial Aid to determine the financial aid impact of such a decision. For specific information regarding withdrawal as it relates to financial aid, please contact the Office of Financial Aid.

Full-time students dropping to part-time status after the add/drop period are eligible to a proportional refund based on full-time charges. The amount of the refund is based on the college refund policy. The same is applicable for part-time students dropping credits after the add/drop period.

A student who leaves the College without explicit permission of the Vice President for Academic Affairs or a student dismissed from the College forfeits all rights to a refund.