Tuition and Fees

 

At Xavier, we're committed to providing you with a high-quality education at a reasonable cost. We offer a range of resources, from merit scholarships to grants, loans and campus employment, assistantships and payment plans. We can help you afford the education you want and deserve.

 

The Office of the Bursar maintains the official website for tuition and fee information. Please visit the links below for this official information:

Tuition and Fees


2014-2015 Undergraduate Tuition and Fees


Effective Summer Semester 2014

College of Arts and Sciences
Full-time Student Tuition & Fees, per semester
12 through 18 credit hours$16,515
Instructional Technology Fee$200
Student Health Fee$150
Student Activity Fee$115
Excess of 18 credit hours, per credit hour
(excludes Honors AB Program)
$915
Part-time Student Tuition, per credit hour*
1 through 6 credit hours$635
7 through 11 credit hours$860
Off-campus Credit Courses$430
Student Activity Fee$9
College of Social Sciences, Health, and Education
Full-time Student Tuition & Fees, per semester
12 through 18 credit hours$16,515
Radiologic Technology Program
subject to approval by hospitals
$4,685
RadTech MRI Full-time
$2,340
Instructional Technology Fee$200
Student Health Fee$150
Student Activity Fee$115
Excess of 18 credit hours, per credit hour
(excludes Honors AB Program)
$915
Part-time Student Tuition, per credit hour*
1 through 6 credit hours$635
7 through 11 credit hours$860
Off-Campus Credit Courses$430
Student Activity Fee$9
Williams College of Business
Full-time Student Tuition & Fees, per semester
12 through 18 credit hours
  Admitted WCB Summer 2010 and later$17,015
  Admitted WCB prior to Summer 2010 $16,515
Excess of 18 credit hours, per credit hour
  Admitted WCB Summer 2010 and later $945
  Admitted WCB prior to Summer 2010 $915
Business Profession Course Fee $250
Instructional Technology Fee $200
Student Health Fee $150
Student Activity Fee $115
Part-time Student Tuition, per credit hour *
1 through 6 credit hours
  Admitted WCB Summer 2010 and later $665
  Admitted WCB prior to Summer 2010 $635
7 through 11 credit hours
  Admitted WCB Summer 2010 and later $890
  Admitted WCB prior to Summer 2010 $860
Off-Campus Credit Courses $430
Student Activity Fee $9

Note: Students with undecided majors should reference the College of Arts and Sciences for tuition and fees.

*Credit-hour rate includes Instructional Technology Fee of $13 and Student Health Fee of $4. Off-campus credit courses excluded.

Related to the Student Health Fee, a student user co-pay may be required after a certain number of visits, as determined by the Health and Wellness Center and Psychological Services Center.


WEEKEND DEGREE, INTENSIVE ENGLISH AND OTHER PROGRAMS
Weekend Degree Program, per credit hour *
Liberal Arts Majors$635
Business Majors Admitted Summer 2010 and later$665
Business Majors Admitted prior to Summer 2010$635
Student Activity Fee (Full-time, per semester)$115
Student Activity Fee (Part-time, per credit hour)$9
Intensive English Program (formerly ESL), per semester
Summer
  Full Semester$4,705
  Half Semester$2,570
Fall and Spring
  Full Semester$5,890
  Half Semester$3,210
Other, per credit hour *
High School Junior Program$80
Collegium Program$50
Senior Citizen Rate**$60
Summer Non-credit Workshop Fee$195

Note: Students with undecided majors should reference the College of Arts and Sciences for tuition and fees.

*Credit-hour rate includes Instructional Technology Fee of $13 and Student Health Fee of $4. Off-campus credit courses excluded.

**This rate does not include graduate, nursing, or occupational therapy classes. Students over 60 years of age are limited to a maximum of 11 hours.

Related to the Student Health Fee, a student user co-pay may be required after a certain number of visits, as determined by the Health and Wellness Center and Psychological Services Center.


ROOM RATES
Residence Halls, per semester
Brockman, Kuhlman and Husman Halls
Double Occupancy$3,060
Triple Occupancy$2,405
Quad Occupancy$2,080
Buenger Hall and Fenwick Place
Single Occupancy (one bed per room units)$3,715
Double Occupancy (two beds per room units)$3,390
Xavier Village
Two-Bedroom Apartment - Double Occupancy$3,840
Four-Bedroom Apartment - Single Occupancy$4,370
The Commons
Two-, Three-, Four-Bedroom Apartment - Single Occupancy$4,370
University Apartments
Triple Occupancy$2,735
Manor House
Single Occupancy$3,500
Double Occupancy$3,280
1019 Dana Apartments
Double Occupancy$3,280

Note: Contact the Office of Residence Life for summer rates and rates for other University-owned facilities.


MEAL PLANS (per semester)
Residential Plans
Ultimate Muskie + $100$2,450
225 block meals + $100$2,340
14 meals per week + $100$2,220
Commuter Plans
80 meals per sem + $150$950
40 meals per sem + $150$570
25 meals per sem + $150$420

Note: If you live in Brockman, Kuhlman, Husman, Buenger or Fenwick, you are required to select a residential meal plan.


Miscellaneous Fees
Parking (yearly)
Commuter$110
Resident$132
Village or Commons$154
Evenings & Weekends$66
Summer Internship Program Resident$50
Weekly Parking Fee (Summer Conference Programs ONLY)$5
Graduation Fees
Graduate and Undergraduate Programs $50
Fee After Deadline $100
Student Orientation Fee
  Fall Semester - First Semester Freshman$190
  Fall Semester - Transfer Students$55
  Spring Semester - First Time Freshman & Transfers$55
  International Students $100
Application Fee
Undergraduate Programs $35
Other Fees
Transcript Fee (normal processing) $5
Transcript Fee (immediate processing) $10
Additional Diploma Fee $30
Intensive English Program Summer Activities Fee $100
Professional Education License Fee - initial license $35
Professional Education License Fee - continuing license $20
Tuition Deposit
Full-time Undergraduate Students $200
Housing Security Deposit
Residence Halls and Apartments $200
Housing Reservation Deposit
Incoming Students $200
Private Music Lessons
1/2 hour/week or .5 credit hour$300
1 hour/week or 1 credit hour$600

NOTE: This listing includes the most common tuition and fees charged by the University. Specific course, lab and material fees are listed in the Schedule of Classes.

POLICIES

Tuition rates are assessed to a student based on the student's primary matriculation as a graduate or undergraduate student as determined by the academic policies of the University. Students taking courses for audit purposes are charged regular tuition rates.

PART-TIME CHARGING POLICY FOR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Any student registered and charged at the 1-6 credit-hour rate who adds more hours will have overall tuition recalculated at the 7-11 credit-hour rate or full-time rate depending on the number of additional hours added.

Any student registered and charged at the 7-11 credit-hour rate who withdraws during or after the published schedule adjustment period (usually the first seven calendar days of the semester) will receive a tuition credit for the withdrawn hours based on the published refund schedule. The student's overall tuition will be recalculated based on the remaining number of liable billing hours.

FEE PAYMENT

The Office of the Bursar is responsible for the assessment and collection of tuition and fees payable to Xavier University. Inquiries should be directed to the Office of the Bursar, Xavier University, 3800 Victory Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45207-3361. You may contact us at 513-745-3435, by email at xubursar@xavier.edu or through our website at www.xavier.edu/bursar.

Office Hours, all semesters

Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Hours are subject to change.

For further details, consult your online catalog or current schedule of classes online.

WEBSITE

All information about tuition and fees can be found at www.xavier.edu/bursar. To make payments online using MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express or an electronic check, you must log into the MyXU Portal or be an Authorized User. For more information, view our Frequently Asked Questions. There is a convenience fee for all credit card transactions. Credit card payments are only accepted online. There is no fee for paying by electronic check.

PAYMENT OPTIONS

All prior financial obligations to the University must be paid in full before registration is permitted for any new semester or session. If payment or other arrangement is not made by the announced deadline, the Bursar has the option of cancelling the student's registration.

All student charges are assessed at the time of registration. If paying in person, the University accepts cash or checks. You can also pay online by credit card or electronic check. Payment plans are available.

REFUND SCHEDULE

Fall & Spring Terms
Number of calendar days from
beginning of the semester
  Amount of refund
Full Term
Before first day of classes 100%
Day 1-7 100%
Day 8-14 80%
Day 15-21 60%
Day 22-28 40%
Day 29-35 20%
After 35th day 0%
Split Term (7 weeks)
Day 1-7 100%
Day 8-14 60%
Day 15-21 20%
After 21st day 0%
Split Term (8 weeks)
Day 1-6 100%
Day 7-13 60%
Day 14-20 20%
After 20th day 0%

Summer Term
  Amount of refund
EVENING CLASSES
Before 2nd class meeting   100%
Before 3rd class meeting80%
Before 4th class meeting60%
Before 5th class meeting40%
Before 6th class meeting20%
After 6th class meeting0%
DAY CLASSES
Before 2nd class meeting   100%
Before 3rd class meeting80%
Before 5th class meeting60%
Before 7th class meeting40%
Before 9th class meeting20%
After 9th class meeting0%
WORKSHOPS
Before workshop begins100%
On first day of workshop50%
After first day of workshop0%
SHORT-TERM CLASSES
Before 1st class meeting100%
Before 2nd class meeting60%
Before 3rd class meeting20%
After 3rd class meeting0%
ONLINE CLASSES
Week 1100%
Week2, If dropped Sun - Tues80%
Week2, If dropped Wed - Sat60%
Week3, If dropped Sun - Tues40%
Week3, If dropped Wed - Sat20%
Week40%

IMPORTANT NOTE

Failure to attend class(es) is not sufficient notice to the University to qualify for a refund and may result in a punitive grade of VF (failure to officially withdraw) on the student's academic record.

Not all fees are refundable after classes begin.

Refunds for students approved to move off-campus are based on the day the student leaves University housing.

Meal plan refunds are based on the above tuition Refund Schedule. Any meal plan refund issued in the first through seventh calendar day of the semester will be based on actual usage.

Intensive English Program (formerly ESL) students follow a different refund schedule. Please contact the Center for International Education for more information.

In extraordinary circumstances, such as serious illness or injury, when a student is forced to withdraw from classes after the refund period has ended, a written appeal may be made to the dean of the college requesting special consideration. Appropriate documentation is required with such an appeal.

Policies are subject to change.

 

FREQUENTLY USED TELEPHONE NUMBERS

Admission (undergraduate)513-745-3301
ALL Card Center513-745-3374
Auxiliary Services (meal plans, parking)513-745-4281
Bursar513-745-3435
Center for Adult and Part-time Students513-745-3355
Center for International Education513-745-3301
Collection Office513-745-4841
Executive MBA Program513-745-3412
Financial Aid513-745-3142
Graduate Programs (all but MBA)513-745-3360
MBA Office513-745-3525
Registrar513-745-3941
Residence Life513-745-3203
Student Life513-745-3202

OPEN REGISTRATION

Any registration after early registration through the first day of school is defined as "open" registration. All students are required to arrange for payment of tuition and fees at the time of open registration to avoid cancellation.

LATE REGISTRATION

Late registration refers to any registration that occurs after school begins. All late registrants are required to make payment arrangements within 48 hours of registering late.

PAYMENT PLANS

All students must sign up for a payment plans each term. The payment plan will calculate the minimum amount due for the student, taking into account any awarded financial aid, and may require an initial minimum payment at the time of enrollment in the plan. All payment plans are subject to change. Any changes that take place will be made prior

All unpaid balances on all of the above plans are assessed a monthly interest charge of 1 percent (rate is subject to change). All of these plans can be reviewed at www.xavier.edu/bursar.

RETURNED CHECKS

Checks and ACH payments returned unpaid by the bank result in the assessment of a service charge of $25 per check against the issuer's account or against the account of the student on whose behalf the check was presented. Failure to make prompt payment for returned checks will result in the cancellation of registration, as well as other collection activity. All collection costs are the responsibility of the student on whose behalf the check was presented.

REFUNDS

Students who officially withdraw from the University or withdraw from class(es) may be eligible for a refund of tuition based upon the amount of tuition assessed and the date of official withdrawal. (See withdrawal policies on the Registrar's website. www.xavier.edu/registrar) Students must officially withdraw through the Office of the Registrar or the Center for Adult and Part-time Students to be eligible for any refund. All financial aid must be adjusted before a refund is issued.

Tuition refunds for summer sessions are pro-rated based upon the official withdrawal date and the portion of the session elapsed. Contact the Office of the Bursar for specific refund amounts.

The Bursar's Office processes refunds (overpayments on students' bursar accounts) once a week. Students who have a credit balance on their bursar account will receive a refund by electronic deposit (eRefund) or by paper check. To enroll in eRefund, follow the directions on the bursar website. Refunds that are not deposited electronically will be mailed to the student's local address. Refund checks are not available for pick up.

BILLING PROCESS

Xavier uses an eBilling process to present students and Authorized Users with an invoice detailing charges for tuition, fees, room and board, in addition to estimated financial aid that has been arranged through the University's Office of Financial Aid as of that date. Be sure to visit www.xavier.edu/bursar and read the Frequently Asked Questions pertaining to billing. Payment is due on the 20th of each month. Due date is subject to change.

Estimated financial aid, as shown on the initial semester billing (July for Fall semester and December for Spring semester, becomes an actual posting during the first full month of the semester. Please call the Office of Financial Aid at 513-745-3142 if you have questions.