Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees 2017-2018

Payment of Fees

Tuition and fee charges, including any balance due after disbursement of financial aid1, must be paid using one of the below options.

Payment in Full

Payment in full (or the total balance due after accounting for financial aid1) made by the first due date of the CSP Installment Plan (below). Students may pay online, by mail or in person.

  • Online – Make a payment online 24/7 by credit card or bank transfer from a checking or savings account online.
  • By mail – Send check or money order to:

Concordia University–St. Paul
NW 5884
P.O. Box 1450
Minneapolis, MN 55485-5884
Please reference your Concordia ID number

  • In person – Check, money order, or cash is accepted at the cashier’s window on campus.

Cashier Hours: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday

1

 Financial aid awards typically include loan opportunities, for which you must apply and sign a Promissory Note.

CSP Installment Plan

In this plan, you will make payments in up to two installments, plus a $35 enrollment fee, per semester according to the timeline found in the Tuition and Fee Payment Procedure for each semester.  This information is found on the portal.

Students who have an outstanding balance due, or have not completed financial aid requirements by the first due date, will be automatically enrolled in the CSP Installment Plan. All late payments will incur a 1% finance charge.

Summer Semester

Summer tuition is due by June 15. Concordia University reserves the right to modify payment plans during the time of student enrollment, specifically from year to year.

Book Purchase Credit

The only students that will be considered for a Book Purchase Credit are those who are Pell Grant eligible and expecting a refund. The amount of the voucher will be equal to the annual published books and supplies allotment.

Traditional Undergraduate Programs

Tuition & Fees (2017-2018)

  Fall/Spring Semesters Academic Year
Tuition $10,875 $21,750
Residence Hall / Food Services $4,375 $8,750
Totals $15,250 $30,500
Undergraduate (per credit hour, for students registered for 6-11 credits) $900
Undergraduate (per credit hour, for students registered for 1-5 credits) $460
Summer School (2018) per credit hour $420
Audit (per class) $175
Course overload (per credit hour, over 19 credits) $260
DCE or DCO Internship (in lieu of on-campus tuition) $10,875

Optional Fees

Parking No charge
Single Room (additional charge per semester) $1,175
Room Charge (per day for early-arrival students) $30
Extra institutional credit (includes credit by examination-per credit hour) $270
Colloquy tuition rate (per credit hour) $270
Private Music Instruction (private lessons) $215
Private Music Instruction (honors lessons) $430
Science Lab Fees (varies by course) $25-$50
Fine Art Fees (varies by course) $25-$50
Biology and Chemistry Research Fee (per credit hour) $100

Required Fees

Application for admission $30
Transcripts $7 each

Deposits

Undergraduate Tuition Deposit1 $100
Residence Hall and Apartment Down Payment2 $125
1

  The tuition deposit is due prior to your orientation date, is non-refundable after May 1, and is applied toward the first semester costs.

2

  The residence hall down payment is due when applying for housing. The down payment is credited to the fall semester room and board charge. It is not refundable after May 1.

Adult Undergraduate

Per Credit Tuition (2017-2018)

Associate of Arts $420
Continuing Studies $420
Accounting $420
Business $420
Child Development $420
Communication Studies $420
Computer Science $420
Criminal Justice $420
Exercise Science $420
Family Science $420
Heath Care Administration $420
Hospitality Management $420
Human Resource Management $420
Information Technology in Management $420
Marketing $420
Nursing (pre-licensure) $700
Nursing (RN to B.S.N.) $420
Organizational Management and Leadership $420
Psychology $420
Pulmonary Science Leadership (B.S.) $420
Radiologic Science Leadership (B.S.) $420
Sport Management $420
Application Fee $30
Audit (per class) $175

Graduate

Per Credit Tuition (2017-2018)

College of Humanities & Social Sciences
MFA in Creative Writing $525
College of Business & Technology
MA in Human Resource Management $475
MA in Leadership and Management $475
MA in Strategic Communication Management $475
Master of Business Administration $625
Master of Business Administration with Emphasis in Cybersecurity $625 (MBA 9 core courses)
$1100 (5 cybersecurity courses)
Master of Business Administration with Emphasis in Health Care Compliance $625
Master of Business Administration with Emphasis in Health Care Management $625
Cybersecurity Risk Management Certificate $1100
College of Education
MA in Education: Early Childhood $395
MA in Education: Classroom Instruction with K-12 Reading Endorsement $395
MA in Education: Differentiated Instruction $395
MA in Education: Educational Leadership $395
MA in Education: Educational Technology $395
MA in Education: Special Education SLD $395
MA in Education: Special Education EBD $395
MA in Education: Special Education ASD $395
MA in Teaching (with K-6 License) $440
Ed.S in Education $415
Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.) $615
College of Health & Science
MA in Criminal Justice Leadership $475
MA in Family Science $395
MA in Human Services with Emphasis in Forensic Behavioral Health $475
MA in Sport Management $475
MS in Exercise Science $475
MS in Orthotics and Prosthetics $515
Doctor of Physical Therapy $810
Application Fee $50

Refund Policy for Traditional Undergraduate Students

Business Day

Business days are defined as Monday through Friday, excluding posted holidays.

Business Service Hours

On campus business hours are defined as Monday through Friday 8am – 4:30 pm, excluding posted holidays.

Online campus business hours are defined as 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, including holidays.

Traditional Undergraduate Student

Traditional undergraduate students are defined as learners enrolled at the undergraduate level in a 15 week term, which may be offered in a variety of settings including (but not limited to) on-campus delivery and online delivery.

Total Drop

A total drop is a drop from all registered courses done before the start of the 11th business day of the term. Dropped courses do not appear on a transcript and do not affect academic standing.

  • 100% refund before the start of the 6th business day of the term
  • 75% refund from the 6th business day to before the start of the 11th business day of the term

Total Withdrawal

A withdrawal from all registered courses from the 11th business day through the end of the 50th business day of the term. Withdrawn courses appear on a transcript with a grade of “W” and have a direct impact on academic standing and financial aid status.

  • 50% refund from the 11th business day to before the start of the 16th business day of the term
  • 25% refund from the 16th business day to before the start of the 21st business day of the term
  • 0% refund from the 21st business day to end of the 50th business day of the term

Refund Schedule for Traditional Students Withdrawing from the University

  • 100% refund before the start of the sixth business day of the term
  • 75% refund before the start 11th business day of the term
  • 50% refund before the start of the 16th business day of the term
  • 25% refund before the start of the 21st business day of the term
  • 0% refund on or after the 21st business day of the term

Dates for the various refund periods for traditional students withdrawing from the university during fall term 2017:

  • Through September 5: 100% Refund
  • Sept. 6 - Sept 11: 75% refund
  • Sept. 12 - Sept. 18: 50% refund
  • Sept. 19 - Sept. 25: 25% refund
  • After September 25: no refund

Dates for the various refund periods for traditional students withdrawing from the university during spring term 2018:

  • Through January 15: 100% refund
  • January 16 – January 22: 75% refund
  • January 23 – January 29: 50% refund
  • January 30 – February 5: 25% refund
  • After February 5: no refund

Partial Drop

A drop from at least one, but not all registered courses. No refunds are granted for partial drops. Dropped courses do not appear on a transcript and do not affect academic standing.

Partial Withdrawal

A withdrawal from at least one, but not all registered courses. No refunds are granted for partial withdrawals.

Refund Policy for Adult Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Business Day

Business days are defined as Monday through Friday, excluding posted holidays.

Business Service Hours

On campus business hours are defined as Monday through Friday 8am – 4:30 pm, excluding posted holidays.

Online business hours are defined as 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, including holidays.

Adult Undergraduate Student

Adult undergraduate students are defined as learners enrolled at the undergraduate level in a term consisting of two seven week sessions which may be offered in a variety of settings including (but not limited to) on-campus delivery and online delivery.

Graduate Student

Graduate students are defined as learners enrolled at the graduate level in a term consisting of two seven week sessions which may be offered in a variety of settings including (but not limited to) on-campus delivery and online delivery.

Drop

Students are allowed to drop any course before the start of the 6th business day of each term. Students who drop a course will receive a full refund of tuition. Dropped courses do not appear on a transcript and do not impact academic standing

Withdrawal

Students are allowed to withdraw from any course from the 6th business day of each term through the end of the 25th business day of the term. Withdrawn courses appear on a transcript with a grade of “W” and have a direct impact on academic standing and financial aid status. No refunds are granted for withdrawals.

Current Add/Drop/Withdrawal Schedule

2017-18 Adult Undergraduate, Graduate and SCS Add/Drop Dates

Fall 2017
First Seven Weeks (September 4 – October 20)
  • Last day to add a first half semester course: September 3, 2017
  • Last day to drop (without record or charge) a first half semester course: September 10, 2017
  • Last day to withdraw (“W” grade) a first half semester course: October 8, 2017
Second Seven Weeks (October 23 – December 15)
  • Last day to add a second half semester course: October 22, 2017
  • Last day to drop (without record or charge) a second half semester course: October 29, 2017
  • Last day to withdraw (“W” grade) a second half semester course: December 3, 2017
Spring 2018
First Seven Weeks (January 8 – February 23)
  • Last day to add a first half semester course: January 7, 2018
  • Last day to drop (without record or charge) a first half semester course: January 15, 2018
  • Last to withdraw (“W” grade) a first half semester course: February 12, 2018
Second Seven Weeks (March 5 – April 27)
  • Last day to add a second half semester course: March 4, 2018
  • Last day to drop (without record or charge) a second half semester course March 11, 2018
  • Last day to withdraw (“W” grade) a second half semester course: April 15, 2018
Summer 2018
First Seven Weeks (May 14 – June 29)
  • Last day to add a first half semester course: May 13, 2018
  • Last day to drop (without record or charge) a first half semester course May 20, 2018
  • Last day to withdraw (“W” grade) a first half semester course June 17, 2018
Second Seven Weeks (July 9 – August 24)
  • Last day to add a second half semester course: July 8, 2018
  • Last day to drop (without record or charge) a second half semester course July 15, 2018
  • Last day to withdraw (“W” grade) a second half semester course August 12, 2018