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Tuition & Fees

2009 - 2010 Tuition & Fee Rates

In accordance with Virginia law, in-state students who initially entered a Virginia public institution during the fall 2006 semester will be assessed a surcharge for any credit hours over 125% of their degree program requirement. Exceptions may apply when credit hours are required for an additional program.

Tuition charges are based on the course career and not the academic level of the student. An undergraduate student given permission to take a graduate level course will be charged the graduate rate in addition to the appropriate undergraduate charges. All JMU approved internships will be charged the regular tuition rate.



2009 - 2010 UNDERGRADUATE TUITION
(per semester)

Virginia Non-Virginia
Hours Fees Hours Fees
1-3 $ 719 1-3 $1,933
4-6 $1,439 4-6 $3,865
7-9 $2,159 7-9 $5,799
10-11 $2,638 10-11 $7,087
12+ $3,622 12+ $9,688



2009 - 2010 GRADUATE TUITION

Virginia Non-Virginia
$305/credit hour $890/credit hour

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How we spend tuition
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Room & Board (per semester)

Room
Location Amount
Residence Hall $1,944
Board
Plan Amount
14+ meal plan $1,749
19+ meal plan $1,901
Weekly 11+ plan $1,834









Miscellaneous Fees

Orientation Fee (Freshman & Transfer) $150
Internet Connection Fee* $ 60*

*Charged each semester to all students housed on campus.

In accordance with Virginia law, in-state students who initially entered a Virginia public institution starting with the fall 2006 semester will be assessed a surcharge for any credit hours over 125% of their degree program requirement. Exceptions may apply when credit hours are required for an additional program.

Miscellaneous Fees, Fines and Deposits

Students may encounter other fees, fines and deposits depending on their course of study or specific needs. These could include:

Fees are required for credit by exam, housing contracts, Utility Deposit Assistance Program (UDAP), certain classes, and some health center visits. Long distance telephone calls made from a residence hall telephone are applied as a monthly fee to student accounts. A fee may also be assessed to reissue a lost refund or allotment check.

Fines are assessed by numerous areas on campus which include Judicial Affairs, the Library, the Parking Office, Athletics, and Residence Life. Fines from the Parking Office are held for 30 days and if unpaid, are transferred to UBO on the 31st day and are posted to the student account. All fines create an immediate hold on the student account and must be paid in full to have the hold released. Fines can be paid by mailing a check; making a payment by check, FLEX or cash at the cashier counter in Warren Hall during business hours; or at our payment page with a credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover) or electronic check payment.

Deposits are required for university admission and off-campus programs, i.e. all study abroad programs and Semester in Washington, and are credited toward the cost of the program. Deposit amounts and due dates will vary depending on the program.

Please contact the office responsible for the fee, fine or deposit for additional information.