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Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are automatically calculated based on your enrollment status, residency, and your course selections. View the fee schedules effective for the current academic year.

FEE SCHEDULES 2018 - 2019

PDF iconCSU Guarantee Fee Rate (Undergraduates beginning Summer 2018).pdf

PDF iconStandard Fee Rate (Undergraduates beginning before Summer 2018).pdf

PDF iconGraduate In State (Fall 2018, Spring 2019, Summer 0219).pdf

PDF iconGraduate Non-Resident DOMESTIC (Fall 2018, Spring 2019, Summer 2019).pdf

PDF iconGraduate Non-Resident INTERNATIONAL (Fall 2018, Spring 2019, Summer 2019).pdf

PDF iconDoctoral Fee Rate (Fall 2018, Spring 2019, Summer 2019).pdf

PDF iconLaw Fee Rate (Fall 2018, Spring 2019, Summer 2019).pdf

 

The Special Program Fee Schedule is available for students in the following programs:  Global Accelerated MBA (GAMBA), Mobile Accelerated MBA (MAMBA), Executive MBA (EMBA), Diversity Management (Masters & Certificate programs), Masters of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Fine Arts (MFA)

Below are typical costs for undergraduate, graduate and law students. Review the Fee Schedule for the exact details for per-credit hour fees. Please note that the fee schedule is subject to change without notice by the Board of Trustees. The fee schedule for Non-Resident students is separated between domestic students (those living in the United States, but not in the state of Ohio) and International students (for instance students studying at Cleveland State with an F1 or J1 Visa).  All students attending classes on the Main Campus downtown are charged a $35 UPass fee each semester.  An Intercollegiate Athletic Fee of $3 per credit hour is assessed to all student accounts and a Career Services Fee of $4 per credit hour is assessed to all student accounts.

Tuition: Full Time Students

FALL 2018 / SPRING 2019 / SUMMER 2019 - TUITION GUARANTEE RATE

In State OUT OF STATE (DOMESTIC) Out of State (INTERNATIONAL)

Undergraduate Tuition (incomming students who enroll beginning in the Summer 2018, Fall 2018 or Spring 2019)

The tuition band for Undergraduate tuition is 12 - 18 credit hours.

$5,193.60
(432.60 per credit hour)

$7,377.00 ($614.75 per credit hour) $7,813.80   ($651.15 per credit hour)

Graduate Tuition
The per credit hour rates for the College of Business and select programs in the College of Sciences and Health Professions, the College of Education & Human Services, as well as the School of Nursing is different than the figures noted here.  NOTE:  Full time status for Graduate students is 9 hours or more.

$4,909.05
($545.45 per credit hour)

$8,390.70 (932.30 per credit hour) $9,261.00 ($1,029.00 per credit hour)

Doctoral Tuition

The per credit hour rates for the College of Business and select programs in the College of Sciences and Health Professions,  is different than the figures noted here.  NOTE:  Full time status for Doctoral students is 9 hours or more.

$4,909.05
($545.45 per credit hour)

$7,085.25 ($787.25 per credit hour)

$7,085.25
($787.25 per credit hour)

Law School Tuition

Students entering Fall 2016 or later.  NOTE:  Full time status for Law students is 10 hours or more.

$10.465.00 ($1,046.50 per credit hour) $10,503.50 ($1,050.35 per credit hour) $10,503.50 ($1,050.35 per credit hour)

Law School Tuition

Students entering the Law program prior to Fall 2016.  NOTE:  Full time status for Law students is 10 hours or more.

$10,019.00
($1,001.90 per credit hour)

$10,057.50 ($1,005.75 per credit hour)

$10,057.50
($1,005.75 per credit hour)

2018 - 2019 Additional considerations to the Cost of Education:

The actual cost of education is composed of multiple factors, tuition being only a portion. Other items such as housing, meals, transportation, parking, books and supplies should all be considered when determining the actual cost of education. The following are provided to assist in estimating a student’s actual cost of education. These amounts are subject to change and are available to provide estimated costs. The links below can provide details for specific meal plan options, residency hall rates, parking options and a link to the bookstore.

Full Time (12 - 18 credit hours) Fall Spring Academic Year
Room (Euclid Commons, four bedroom, two bath, with living area and kitchenette) $4,694 $4,694 $9,388
Board (Block 175 Meal Plan - 175 meals per semester plus $350 Dining Dollars) $2,480 $2,480 $4,960
UPass Fee (assessed each semester a student is enrolled in 1 or more credit hours on the main CSU campus) $35 $35 $70

Athletic Fee  of $3 per credit hour for the 2018 - 2019 academic year.  (CSU students approved a nonbinding referendum in April 2015.)

$36 - $54 $36 - $54 $72 - $108
Career Services Fee of $4 per credit hour. $48 $48 $96
Books and Supplies (estimated) $400 $400 $800
Transportation (for commuter students) $870 $870 $1,740
Personal / Miscellaneous $850 $850 $1,700

Please note: All rates are subject to change. The tuition and fee information provided here is not intended to be comprehensive and is subject to change pending an action by the Board or the Ohio Legislature. Changes become effective on the date of enactment. This information should be used only as a guide for estimating tuition and fees. Your actual costs may differ based on residency, program, credit hour enrollment, etc.