The University reserves the right to provide some or all instruction and related academic activities through alternative methods of delivery, including remote delivery. It also reserves the right to change the method of delivery before or during an academic term in the event of a health or safety emergency or other circumstance when it determines that such change is necessary or in the best interests of the campus community. Tuition and mandatory fees will not be reduced or refunded if the University changes the delivery method for any or all of an academic session.

Undergraduate Tuition & Fees for 2022-2023
Virginia Resident
Hours
Tuition
Tuition Scholarship
Comprehensive Fee
Total
1-11
$256/credit
($112)
$179/credit
$435/credit
12+
$3,842
($112)
$2,704
$6,434
The University will provide each in-state, undergraduate student with a one-time tuition scholarship of $112 per semester (Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 semesters only) to reduce tuition costs.  Students enrolled in one to eleven credit hours will pay $256/credit for tuition, less $112.  Please see the table below for further clarification. 
VA Resident Part-Time Examples
Hours
Tuition
Tuition Scholarship
Comprehensive Fee
Total
3
$768
($112)
$537
$1,193
6
$1,536
($112)
$1,074
$2,498
9
$2,304
($112)
$1,611
$3,803
Non-Virginia Resident
Hours
Tuition
Comprehensive Fee
Total
1-11
$824/credit
$179/credit
$1,003/credit
12+
$12,372
$2,704
$15,076

All tuition rates are by semester. For information on the breakdown of the tuition and comprehensive fee, please visit our page to explain these charges.

In accordance with Virginia law, in-state students who initially entered a Virginia public institution during or after 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.

Tuition Differential and Course Fees

  • All College of Business (COB) classes will charge an additional $50 per credit hour. For information on the tuition differential for COB, please go to COB's website.
  • All Nursing classes will charge an additional $90 per credit hour. For information on the tuition differential for Nursing please go to Nursing's website.
  • Course fees are assigned by each individual department.

Orientation Fee: There is a one-time fee of $200 charged for incoming students to cover the costs associated with orientation.

The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia - Guide to the Tuition and Fees (T1/T2) Reports

Undergraduate Room & Board for 2022-2023
Room Rent
On Campus Board
Location
Amount
Plan Name
Amount
Residence Hall
$2,875
All Access ($175 DD)
$3,095
Grace Street Apartments
$3,375
All Access Plus ($275 DD)
$3,195
14 Meal Plan ($275 DD)
$2,849
 
 
11 Meal Plan ($500 DD)
$2,984
Internet Connection Fee
$138
Grace St 50 Block Plan
$936

All charges are by semester. The internet connection fee is charged each semester to all students living on campus.

See also Commuter Student Meal Plans

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. A fee may also be assessed if a check is rejected due to Insufficient Funds.

Fines are assessed by numerous areas on campus which include the Office of Student Accountability and Resorative Practices (OSARP), Libraries & Educational Technology, Parking Services, Athletics, and the Office of Residence Life. Fines from Parking Services are held for 30 days, and if unpaid, are transferred to UBO and 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 the Student Success Center 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 admission to off-campus programs (i.e. Study Abroad). Deposits are credited towards the cost of the program; amounts and due dates will vary depending on the program. 

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

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