College of Liberal Arts

CLA Summer 2015

Tuition (per credit) $660
Tuition (per credit) High School Students $350

French Language and Culture in Paris (France)

Afro-Brazilian Culture in Bahia (Brazil)

$4,300

$3,100

Italian language, Art, Culture, etc (Italy)

German Language, Culture & Castles (Germany)

$4,300

$4,300

Tasting the Roots of Western Civilization (Italy)

Health & Human Development in Africa (South Africa)

$2,950

$4,200

Spanish Language and Culture Barcelona (Spain) $4,400
The European Union (UK/Belgium) $3,950
Fees
Application fee (non-refundable) $25
Parking Permit $50
Lab Fee $300
Internship Fee (Summer ONLY) $350
Housing
Double (per week) $209
Single (per week) $228
Single in a Double Room (per week) $288
Housing Deposit $50

CLA Fall 2015 – Spring 2016

Tuition (per assignment below)
Full Time (12-21 credits) per semester $22,776
Overload (Over 21 credits) per credit $1,898
Part Time (up to 11 credits) per credit $1,898
Part Time (up to 11 credits, Continuing Education, Visitors, Special) per credit $1,424
Full Time (over 11 credits, Continuing Education, Visitors, Special) per credit $1,898
Auditors per credit*** $949
Part-Time (High School) per credit $350
Community Education Audit program, Au Pair, ESL $123.75 (per credit)
Spring 2016 Short-term Programs TBA
Room Charges (per semester) (per assignment below)
Single Room Occupancy $4,762
Double Room Occupancy $4,076
Triple Room Occupancy $3,936
Quadruple Room Occupancy $3,784
Housing Deposit $250
Resident Board (mandatory for all resident students, per semester) $2,260 (Buy up $2,340)
Commuter Board – 5 meals per week TBA (per semester)
Commuter Board- 25 meal block/25 points TBA (per semester)
Commuter Board- 50 meal block/25 points TBA (per semester)
Fees
Technology Fee (Started on/after Fall 2013) $125
Technology Fee (Started before Fall 2013) $200
General Fee $291
Computer Upgrade (optional for first year students only) TBA
Returned Check Fee $50
Accident/Sickness Insurance per year ** $1,687
Accident/Sickness Insurance (CUE – Domestic) per year ** $1,687
Accident/Sickness Insurance Spring Entry ** $1,003
Accident/Sickness Insurance Spring Entry (CUE) ** $1,003
Tuition Refund Insurance per semester ** $184
Parking Permit (Full Time or Resident) $200
Orientation Fee (Summer/Fall) $300*
Orientation Fee (Spring) $100*
Orientation Fee (CUE students) $25
Orientation Fee (INTL students) $175
Enrollment Deposit $300
Transcript Fee $25*
Transcript (rush service per transcript) $22
Transcript (same-day service) $10
Duplicate Diploma Fee $25
Late Graduation Fee $25
Late Registration Fees $125
Late Payment Fee $500
Replacement ID $25
Application Fee $50
Resident Student Storage Fee $10 per box (up to 5 boxes)
Course Fees
Music Lessons (100 Level) $420
 Music Lessons (300 Level)  $630
Center for Global Education
Enrollment Deposit (if applicable) $500
London Living Fee $6,085 (no food)

 

CLA January 2016

Tuition (per credit) $680
Fees
Application fee $25
Internship Fee $350
Parking Permit $50
Lab Fee $300
High School Enrichment Tuition (per credit) $350
January 2016 Short-Term Programs TBA
Room Charges (per assignment below)
3 Weeks $1,061
2 Weeks $630

*One time fee for first year students.

**All students have the option to waive the accident and sickness insurance and the tuition refund plan by submitting the completed waiver form before the due date.

***Full-time degree candidates paying full tuition may audit courses free, provided such audits are not entered on the student’s record.  All audited courses entered on the permanent record are considered a part of student’s registration.  Students auditing courses for credit, and for which those credits will push them to the threshold for full-time status, will be billed at the full-time flat rate.

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 Business 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 2015 – Spring 2016

Tuition

M.A. & Ph.D $2,297 (per credit)
Master/Doctor of Letters $1,135 (per credit)
Master/Doctor of Medical Humanities $1,093 (per credit)
Master of Arts in Teaching $962 (per credit)
Master of Arts in Teaching $17,316 (summer 2015, 18 credits), $8,658 (summer 2015, 9 credits)
Master of Arts in Teaching (full time) $11,208 (per semester for fall 2014 and spring 2015), $11,544 (per semester for fall 2015 and spring 2016)
Master of Arts in Teaching (part time) $5,772 (per semester for fall 2015 and spring 2016)
Master of Fine Arts in Poetry & Translation (Fall Term) $514 (per credit)
Master of Fine Arts in Poetry & Translation (Spring Term) $540 (per credit)
Auditors(M.A. & Ph.D) $1,148.50 (per credit)
Auditors(ML, DL) $567 (per credit)
Auditors(MMH, DMH) $546.50 (per credit)
Continuous Registration (M.A. & Ph.D) $750 (per semester)
Continuous Registration (MMH, DMH, ML, DL) $350 (per semester)
Summer 2015 Tuition (ML, DL, MMH, DMH) $537 (per credit)
Summer 2015 Tuition (M.A. & Ph.D) $2,230 (per credit)
January 2016 Tuition (ML, DL) $569 (per credit)
Conflict Resolution Certificate $1,135 (per credit)
Research Ethics Certificate $1,093 (per credit)

Fees

General Fee- M.A. Ph.D & MAT $270
General Fee- Arts & Letters, Medical Humanities $75
MFA Residency Fee (June 2014) $500
MFA Residency Fee (Jan 2015) $550
MFA Housing Charge (single) Off-Campus, $1,102
MFA Housing Charge (double) Off-Campus, $551
Late Registration $125
Late Payment $500
Replacement ID $25
Return Check $50
Application Fee $35*
Orientation Fee (MA/PHD Fall) $125*
Orientation Fee (ARLT/MDHM Fall) $125*
Orientation Fee (Spring) $25*
Orientation Fee (MAT Program) $125
Orientation Fee (MFA Program) $25
Enrollment Deposit $150*
Transcript fee $25*
Summer/January Application Fee $25
Technology Fee $125 ($13.89 per credit)

*One time fee for first year students.

Housing Fees

Tipple/ Wendel 1 BR $5,863 (per semester)
Tipple/ Wendel 2 BR $7,301 (per semester)
Tipple/ Wendel 3 BR $8,477 (per semester)
Wendel 1 BR Efficiency $4,781 (per semester)
Loantaka/Wendel/Tipple Single Room $4,286 (per semester)
Loantaka/Wendel/Tipple Double Room $4,052 (per semester)
Loantaka/Wendel/Tipple Commuter Room $2,208 (per semester)
Small Effeciency Townhouse $5,164
Large Effeciency Townhouse $6,074
Two BR Townhouse $9,676
Three BR Townhouse $10,979
Housing Reservation Deposit $250
Housing Reservation Deposit (MFA) TBA
Summer Single Room $235 (per week)
Summer Double Room $215 (per week)
Summer Single in a Double Room $297 (per week)

Board Fees

Commuter – 5 meals per week TBA
Commuter – 25 meal block/25 points TBA
Commuter – 50 meal block/25 points TBA

Optional Fees

Student Accident/Sickness Insurance ** $4,002
Student Accident/Sickness Insurance (MAT Summer Semester) ** Not Available
MFA Student Health Insurance by request (June – Dec 2015) Not Available
MFA Student Health Insurance by request (Jan – Dec 2016) Not Available
Student Accident/Sickness Insurance (Spring Entry) ** $2,350
Parking Permit $200 (per year)
Parking Permit (Summer/Jan Term) $50
Tuition Refund Insurance ** $184
Tuition Refund Insurance (MAT Summer Semester)** $101
Tuition Refund Insurance (MFA Summer Semester)** $62
Tuition Refund Insurance (MFA Winter Semester)** TBA
Transcript (rush service) $22
Transcript (same day service) $10
Duplicate Diploma Fee $25
Late Graduation Fee $25

**All students have the option to waive the accident and sickness insurance and the tuition refund plan by submitting the completed waiver form before the due date.

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 Graduate School students, are available in the Business 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 2015 – Spring 2016

Tuition

Enrollment in 11-15 credits $9,373
10 credits or less $878(per credit)
Auditors $439(per credit)
Ph.D Division of Religion $1670 (per credit) $15,030 (full time 9 credits per semester)
Continuous Registration (STM only) $165
Continuous Registration (MA/PhD) First Four Terms $500
Summer 2015 Tuition $852 (per credit), eligible for scholarship
January 2016 Tuition $877 (per credit), eligible for scholarship

Fees

General Fee $270
Technology Fee $125
Late Registration $125
Late Payment $500
Replacement ID $25
Return Check $50
Computer Initiative Fee – per semester for 6 semesters (Full Time MDiv only, 12/13 start and prior) TBA
Application Fee * $35
Orientation Fee (fall) * $200
Orientation Fee (spring) * $150
Enrollment Deposit * $300
Transcript Fee (one time) * $25
Student Health/Accident Insurance ** $4,002
Student Health/Accident Insurance (Spring Entry) ** $2,350
Parking Permit (Full Time or Resident) $200
Tuition Refund Insurance ** 
$184
Transcript (rush fee) $22
Transcript (same-day service) $10
Duplicate Diploma Fee $25
Late Graduation Fee $25
Summer/January Term Application Fee $25
Summer/January Parking Permit $50

*One time charges for first year students
**All students have the option to waive the accident and sickness insurance and the tuition refund plan by submitting the completed waiver form before the due date.

Housing Fees

Tipple/ Wendel 1 BR $5,863 (per semester)
Tipple/ Wendel 2 BR $7,301 (per semester)
Tipple/ Wendel 3 BR $8,477 (per semester)
Wendel 1 BR Efficiency $4,781 (per semester)
Loantaka/Wendel/Tipple Single Room $4,286 (per semester)
Loantaka/Wendel/Tipple Double Room $4,052(per semester)
Loantaka/Wendel/Tipple Commuter Room $2,208 (per semester)
Small Efficiency Townhouse $5,164 (per semester)
Large Efficiency Townhouse $6,074 (per semester)
Two BR Townhouse $9,676 (per semester)
Three BT Townhouse $10,979 (per semester)
Housing Reservation Deposit $250
Summer Single $235 (per week)
Summer Double $215 (per week)
Summer Double in a Single Room $297 (per week)

Board Fees

Commuter – 5 meals per week TBA
Commuter – 25 meal block/25 points TBA
Commuter – 50 meal block/25 points TBA

Dmin Program Tuition and Fees

(Tuition rate at student’s start term – remains for 3 years – increases to current rate at time following 3 year expiration)

Tuition (Start FALL 2015 or after) $566 (per credit)
Tuition (Start FALL 2013 – SUMMER 2015) $550 (per credit)
Tuition (Start prior to FALL 2013) $566 (per credit)
New Advisor Fee $500
Continuous Registration $250
Audit Fee $283 (per credit)
Technology Fee $125 full time ($13.89 per credit)
Application Fee $35
Admission Fee (applied to tuition payment) $50

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 Theological School students, are available in the Business 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.

*One time charges for first year students

**All students have the option to waive the accident and sickness insurance and the tuition refund plan by submitting the completed waiver form by the due date.

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