College of Liberal Arts

CLA Fall 2018 – Spring 2019

Tuition (established and approved)

Full Time per semester $19,334
Part Time (less than FT & Overload) per credit $1,612

Estimated Room Charges (per semester)

Double Room Occupancy $4,324
Housing Deposit (retained for duration of occupancy) $250

Estimated Board Charges (per semester)

Resident Board $2,600

Fees

Technology Fee $125
General Fee $291
Orientation Fee $300
Transcript Fee (one-time, 1st sem) $25

 

Default of Payment

When a student registers for coursework or other academic progress, there are fees associated with that registration that are outlined by the Tuition & Fees Schedules published in late Spring of each year for the following academic year (current and previous schedules, besides what is provided above for the current CLA students, are available in the Student Accounts Office upon request).

An electronic billing statement is made available to students each semester and on a continuing monthly basis and can be retrieved by logging into their TreeHouse access. They also have real-time access to their student account through TreeHouse at any time and are able to grant access to up to 5 authorized viewers by setting up access for them once they are logged into their TreeHouse. Please note that Drew acknowledges and closely follows the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). The student is responsible for payment of fees associated with their enrollment which must be paid prior to the start of the semester (any balances that become due after the semester billing – i.e. registration changes, financial aid changes, fines, etc. – are due immediately). A student may not register for a subsequent semester if a balance from a current or previous semester remains. If any overdue obligation is referred either to the University Collection Department or to an outside agency or attorney for collection efforts and/or legal suit, the debt shall be increased to cover all reasonable costs of collection, including collection agency fees (up to 40% of each payment collected will be paid to agency fees leaving as little as 60% of payments to be applied toward the principle balance), attorney fees, and court costs. By registering for any academic progress at Drew University, each student accepts and agrees to be bound by the foregoing University policy as applied to any pre-existing or future obligation to Drew University.

Graduate School

Graduate Fall 2018 – Spring 2019 – Summer 2019

Tuition (established and approved)

All Programs (per credit) $1,200
Auditors (per credit) $600

Fees

Enrollment Deposit (all programs) $300
General Fee (all programs) $500
MAT Accreditation Fee (one-time, 1st sem) $110
Continuous Registration Fee $600
Application Fee $35
Transcript Fee (one-time, 1st sem) $25

 

Default of Payment

When a student registers for coursework or other academic progress, there are fees associated with that registration that are outlined by the Tuition & Fees Schedules published in late Spring of each year for the following academic year (current and previous schedules, besides what is provided above for the current CLA students, are available in the Student Accounts Office upon request).

An electronic billing statement is made available to students each semester and on a continuing monthly basis and can be retrieved by logging into their TreeHouse access. They also have real-time access to their student account through TreeHouse at any time and are able to grant access to up to 5 authorized viewers by setting up access for them once they are logged into their TreeHouse. Please note that Drew acknowledges and closely follows the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). The student is responsible for payment of fees associated with their enrollment which must be paid prior to the start of the semester (any balances that become due after the semester billing – i.e. registration changes, financial aid changes, fines, etc. – are due immediately). A student may not register for a subsequent semester if a balance from a current or previous semester remains. If any overdue obligation is referred either to the University Collection Department or to an outside agency or attorney for collection efforts and/or legal suit, the debt shall be increased to cover all reasonable costs of collection, including collection agency fees (up to 40% of each payment collected will be paid to agency fees leaving as little as 60% of payments to be applied toward the principle balance), attorney fees, and court costs. By registering for any academic progress at Drew University, each student accepts and agrees to be bound by the foregoing University policy as applied to any pre-existing or future obligation to Drew University.

 

Theological School

Theological Fall 2018 – Spring 2019 – Summer 2019

Tuition (established and approved)

GDR Program (per credit) $1,200
All Other Programs (per credit) $650
Auditor (per credit) $325

Fees

Enrollment Deposit (all programs) $300
General Fee (6 or more credits) $500
Continuous Registration Fee $600
Transcript Fee (one-time, 1st sem) $25

Default of Payment

When a student registers for coursework or other academic progress, there are fees associated with that registration that are outlined by the Tuition & Fees Schedules published in late Spring of each year for the following academic year (current and previous schedules, besides what is provided above for the current CLA students, are available in the Student Accounts Office upon request).

An electronic billing statement is made available to students each semester and on a continuing monthly basis and can be retrieved by logging into their TreeHouse access. They also have real-time access to their student account through TreeHouse at any time and are able to grant access to up to 5 authorized viewers by setting up access for them once they are logged into their TreeHouse. Please note that Drew acknowledges and closely follows the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). The student is responsible for payment of fees associated with their enrollment which must be paid prior to the start of the semester (any balances that become due after the semester billing – i.e. registration changes, financial aid changes, fines, etc. – are due immediately). A student may not register for a subsequent semester if a balance from a current or previous semester remains. If any overdue obligation is referred either to the University Collection Department or to an outside agency or attorney for collection efforts and/or legal suit, the debt shall be increased to cover all reasonable costs of collection, including collection agency fees (up to 40% of each payment collected will be paid to agency fees leaving as little as 60% of payments to be applied toward the principle balance), attorney fees, and court costs. By registering for any academic progress at Drew University, each student accepts and agrees to be bound by the foregoing University policy as applied to any pre-existing or future obligation to Drew University.

 

The University reserves the right to adjust or change all charges.