Mar 03, 2024  
2008 Summer Sessions Bulletin 
    
2008 Summer Sessions Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Tuition and Fees


 

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and other fees are payable as specified in the following schedule. Checks and money orders are to be made payable to Hofstra University for the exact amount of the tuition and fee payment. Visa and MasterCard payments are also accepted. The privileges of the University are not available until you have completed your registration. No registration can be accepted for a student whose account remains unpaid for a prior semester. Hofstra University reserves the right to alter this schedule of charges without notice.

The Student Administrative Complex on the second floor of Memorial Hall houses the Office of Student Accounts, the Student Account Representatives, the Office of Academic Records and the Office of Financial Aid.

Tuition, per semester hour
 
For undergraduate and 100-level courses
$785
For 200 and above-level courses (graduate students only)
$790
For 200 and above-level courses (graduate business students only) $820
University fee, per session.
$78
UG Student activity fee, per session.
$10
GR Student activity fee, per session.
$20
Technology fee, per session.
(Summer Session I and II)
$35
Fee for uncollected check returned by bank
$25
Transcript fee; student copy (Official Transcripts, no charge)
$5
Late registration fee begins on May 27 for Session I, July 3 for Session II and August 5 for Session III.
$100
Late filing fee for graduation
For students who file for graduation after the following dates:
March 1 for Undergraduate candidates for August graduation, June 16 for Session I, July 15 for Session II and August 15 for Session III for graduate candidates for August graduation.
$25
Program change fee begins May 27 for Session I, July 3 for Session II and August 5 for Session III.
$25
Course description fee, copy per page
Requests for course descriptions are processed through the Office of Academic Records upon written request and payment of the appropriate fee amount.
$2

Tuition Due Dates

Summer Session I: May 14, 2008
Summer Session II: June 23, 2008
Summer Session III: July 28, 2008

$50 late payment fee will be assessed if not paid by the due date.

Refund of Tuition

All students may withdraw from courses before the session begins with no tuition liability. Should you wish to withdraw from the University during a session, you must first fill out the appropriate forms at the Office of Student Accounts and complete the withdrawal by the last day of classes.

Refunds will be calculated on the basis of the date of application for withdrawal or reduction in total semester hours due to program change. All tuition related fees are nonrefundable except in cases where the University has canceled a student’s course(s).

The University will remit tuition charges as follows:

Summer Session I

May 28
100%
May 29-June 3
75%
June 4-9
50%
June 10-13
25%
 

Summer Session II

July 8
100%
July 9-11
75%
July 12-17
50%
July 18-23
25%
 

Summer Session III

August 6
100%
August 7
75%
August 8
50%
August 11
25%

 

Refund Deadlines and Rules

There are no tuition refunds on withdrawals that are made after June 13 for Session I, July 23 for Session II and August 14 for Session III. As of May 29 for Summer Session I, July 9 for Summer Session II and August 8 for Summer Session III, a grade of â¬ÜW’ will be assigned for all course withdrawals. Courses with a grade of â¬ÜW’ are included in the calculation of semester/session tuition and fee charges.

Students enrolled in a course that is canceled by the University must contact the Office of Student Accounts before any applicable refund of tuition and other fees can be processed. The number of classes attended has no bearing on the amount of refund given.

The date the withdrawal application is received by the Office of Student Accounts, in person or by mail, determines the amount of the refund remitted in accordance with the above tuition remission schedule. Telephone calls are not acceptable.

Senior Citizen Tuition Discount

To encourage their participation and extend the benefits of its community service program, Hofstra offers a 50-percent tuition discount for senior citizens registered in credit courses on campus. To be eligible for this discount, a registrant must be at least 60 years of age. The age qualification is to be verified by presentation, at registration, of a Senior Citizen’s Identification Card issued by the Nassau County Department of Senior Citizen Affairs or a town, city, or village Office for the Aging. All students must pay applicable fees.